Cocaine found in car that struck crossing guard

Good evening and TGIF! Here's a look at a few of the stories we're hard at work on here in the WAFF 48 Newsroom.

We're digging deeper into a hit-and-run near Johnson High School in Huntsville this afternoon that left a school crossing guard with minor injuries. 4 teenagers, including the driver, are charged with cocaine possession. WAFF 48's Shumuriel Ratliff is investigating how high school students can even afford to buy cocaine, which currently ranges from $80 to $100 on the streets.

Also, more on the University of Alabama taking another step toward ending segregation within the Greek organizations on campus. Today, Alabama sororities extended invitations to 4 black African-American students, as well as 2 other minorities.

We'll also have you covered with scores and highlights from week four of the high school football season in Alabama with another edition of Friday Night Fever. Scott Theisen and Carl Prather will have you covered with all the action from across the Tennessee Valley.

We'll see you for WAFF 48 News at 10.