Dieter Grau turns 100, Thousands in lawn equipment stolen

Dieter Grau and Liz Hurley
Dieter Grau and Liz Hurley

Good Wednesday evening and Happy Hump Day!

Anytime someone celebrates their 100th birthday, it's a special occasion. But our co-anchor Liz Hurley caught up with a now-100 year old Huntsville resident who had an extremely crucial role in helping to put man on the moon. We'll take you to the party and let you in on what Dieter Grau did for Huntsville, NASA and the world.

We're digging into a story of theft at a local city park. Someone broke into a storage shed at the Blue Water Springs Park in the Madison County town of Toney and stole thousands of dollars worth of lawn equipment and tools. And this isn't the first time this has happened. WAFF 48's Shumuriel Ratliff has more on this developing story.

Speaking of crimes, we need your help catching a thief who stole a wallet from a locker room at a local fitness center. While the victim was working out, the thief was giving the victim's credit card a "workout" at a local store. We'll show you the thief and see if you can help us catch him for a healthy reward in Huntsville Area Crime Stoppers.

We hope you'll join us for these stories and much more All New at 10.

Mark