Here's a look at some of the stories we're working on for WAFF 48 News at 10:
Fireworks are a Fourth of July tradition. Across the country, cities are planning huge productions and shows. But here in the Tennessee Valley the forecast for the fourth is calling for rain, rain and more rain. What will fireworks shows do in the event of a downpour? Tonight at 10, we talk to the organizers of the some of the largest fireworks shows to see if they have a backup plan.
Police are looking for a man who slammed a dog onto the concrete, killing it as horrified neighbors looked on. Tonight, authorities search for the animal killer.
It's a pretty shocking statistic, but some North Alabama counties have higher cancer rates than others. Morgan County is one of them. But why? Tonight, WAFF 48 investigates what may be contributing to the concentration of cancer cases in certain areas.
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