We're following developments in the wake of the shootings at a high school in Ohio yesterday. Our sister station in Cleveland's reporting that two of the students died, and three others were injured.
The suspect, T. J. Lane, is expected in court this afternoon at 3:30. Police say he is cooperating. Here's the latest from WOIO -- http://bit.ly/xsbSmR
From now until 7:00 and again during The Today Show, you'll hear from the students who heard and saw the shooting.
There are two more big GOP presidential primaries today, Arizona and Michigan. It appears Mitt Romney's headed for another win in Arizona, but it's still a toss-up in Michigan.
Both primaries are worth watching because Tennessee and Alabama are among the states next in line. Tennessee's primary is next Tuesday, but early voting ends today.
Alabama's primary is two weeks away. If you live in Alabama and haven't registered yet, we have you covered. Our Tricia Forbes runs down what you need to do all morning long on WAFF 48 News Today. Your polling place may have changed, too, because county commission, school board and precinct lines have.
Governor Bentley's going to reveal his plans for a sales tax holiday today. It will be for severe weather prep items. Get your pen and pad, or at least your DVR ready. WAFF 48's Jamel Lanee will l run down what's on the governor's list.
And did someone say free pancakes? Someone did. We'll show you where you can score some free flapjacks. It's a today only deal.
So, join us for all this and more. Then, go have a great breakfast and an even better day!
-- Jim Abath