Companies paying to keep generic medicine off shelves; New home being built for wounded warrior

Good Tuesday evening. Here are a few of the stories we're working on tonight here in the WAFF 48 newsroom.

Generic products are a big money-saving choice these days. But when it comes to medicine, some companies are paying to keep those generic brands off store shelves. Money-saving information for you, tonight at 10.

We're also continuing to follow a war veteran's return home. WAFF 48's Shumuriel Ratliff will have more on the effort in Boaz to build a new home for Corey Garmon – with big help from a non-profit: HONORS.

And we're following the capital murder charges against Homajean "Lee" Grisham. WAFF 48's Marie Waxel uncovers that Grisham will stay in the Shoals for the alleged killing of Jessica Broadfoot, despite outstanding felony charges California.

We hope you'll join us for WAFF 48 News at 10. See you then!

Mark Thornhill