It's nice, quiet and cool right now, but some of that's going to change quite a bit over the next 24 hours. http://bit.ly/GSwBfq Meteorologist David Ernst says expect highs near 90 again today. And then, it gets interesting when the storms roll on. And I hope you have those fall clothes nearby. I'll let David pick up the story from here. He has your Weather On The Tens.
In the news, a former Shoals youth minister accused of sex crimes is set to appear in a Colbert County courtroom today. Muriel Bailey will have more on Charles Adcock's case.
In Decatur, an increase in immigrant children has Decatur City Schools facing unexpected financial challenges. Our Lauren Morrison is looking into that. She's covering several angles and will join us at the top of the half hours with the latest.
Remember the talk earlier this week about the computer cop program? Well now, Limestone County's Sheriff is clashing with an activist group over that program that's designed to protect children online. You'll hear what he has to say.
And after several days of heated talks in Washington about security breaches at the White House, the head of the Secret Service has stepped down. We'll take you through the timeline and look at what's next. Look for that at 5:08. http://bit.ly/1r0gT7j
But we're on right now. So, come keep me company, and let's caught up on the world together!