Nurse Still Battling Ebola Quarantine, This Time In Maine

Nurse Still Battling Ebola Quarantine, This Time In Maine

That's Kaci Hickox, the nurse at the center of the hubbub over ebola and mandated quarantines in some states. She was quarantined in New Jersey after treating ebola patients in West Africa. Now, she's fighting the State of Maine and a quarantine there. Check out part of the story here

and join us for WAFF 48 News Today. We have a host of reporters joining us for the rest of the story.

Here in the valley, an anti-abortion group is hoping to take its fight to court. It wants to shut down North Alabama's only abortion provider for the second time in a year. Our Muriel Bailey is on that. She'll join us at 5:00 and 6:00 a.m. with what we can expect from that group's battle today.

Lauren Morrison is back in the Alert Center. I can't tell you what she'll be talking about all morning because she's monitoring the news as it comes in, and stories keep changing. But I can tell you at 5:03, she'll be talking about one Alabama lawmaker's proposal to stop daylight saving from going away. What do you think about that? Not falling back every fall?

We'll also take you to Hawaii again this morning for a check of the lava flow. It's fascinating from afar but scary for the people who live there. Look for that at 5:45.

I have to run off to the set. It's an exciting morning, so join us for all the fun from 4:30 to 7:00 a.m.!