That's the breaking news this morning. It just came down in the last half hour.
A second worker at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas has tested positive for ebola. We're scrambling to get as much information to you as soon as we can. We'll have updates for you on WAFF 48 News Today, also on Twitter, Facebook and at
You've probably heard about this scam before. Someone calls, claiming that you owe money to Huntsville Utilities. If you don't pay right away, they'll disconnect your service. Well, the scam is back and our Muriel Bailey is all over it. She'll go into what you need to beware.
The temperature's much cooler this morning. I think you'll like it.
Meteorologist David Ernst takes a closer look at just how much it will warm up every ten minutes. That's our Weather On The Tens.
And we're taking a closer look at Paul Hubbert's life and career. He was a powerful union leader and passionate lobbyist in Montgomery, formerly from Huntsville, who passed away yesterday. Charles Molineaux picks up the story from there at 5:38.
But we're on the air right now. So, join David, Muriel, Lauren Morrison and me for your morning show. We'll get this Wednesday kicked off right for you!