Why Valley Doctors Say We Shouldn't Panic About Ebola

Why Valley Doctors Say We Shouldn't Panic About Ebola

No need to panic. That's the word from valley doctors on ebola. One of them, Dr. Donald Stallons, says we can't get it just from another person coughing or sneezing. You'll more from him during WAFF 48 News Today. We're also keeping in step with the second nurse who got ebola here in the U.S. And is now in Atlanta for treatment.

Should Dr. Casey Wardynski's contract as Huntsville City Schools' superintendent be extended? That's what the school board will discuss later today. This morning, Muriel Bailey breaks down what they will be considering. You'll see her at 5:06 and 6:02 a.m.

It's another Thursday, which means another WAFF 48 Investigates report is on tap. Sarah Navoy joins me at 5:35 and 6:36 to discuss weapons. Besides Redstone Arsenal, we have a long list of defense contractors here in the valley. And with all the airstrikes and other military action in the Middle East, that has to be good for the valley's economy, right? Well, yes and no.

Apple has another big announcement today. It's being tight-lipped, as usual, about it. But we have an idea about what they'll reveal.

And Meteorologist David Ernst is talking more cool temperatures for your Thursday. The weekend's right around the corner. He says we may get a slightly warmer Ribbon Run Saturday morning. And by warmer, I mean it may not be 40 degrees.

That's just scratching the surface. WAFF 48 News Today is on right now. Join us!

-- Jim Abath