Good news tonight for furloughed Redstone Arsenal workers: the Department of Defense made the announcement that the furloughed days will be cut from 11 to 6.
Cullman City School Superintendent Billy Coleman said they plan to go ahead with the prayer caravan in spite of a group's opposition. Tonight, why Coleman plans to stand his ground.
And people with Alzheimer's and those who care for them aren't getting the support they need, according to a local Alzheimer's task force. What they found and what they are doing to reverse that trend and assure patients get the help they need .
Join us for these stories and more tonight on WAFF 48 News at 10.
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