It's going to be a rough day for many Madison city employees. Madison's aquatics director, Kyle Parker, died in an accident Tuesday night but no one found him until 6:00 last night.
Our Muriel Bailey has more on the accident and why he was so important to the city. She joins us live at 5:00 a.m.
Remember the organic tomato guy? We've been tracking James Lawhorne for more than a year now. He's in jail on 24 charges. We'll get you caught up at 5:31. Meantime, check out the timeline, one that our nargo Gray (Twitter: @MargoGray48) Here's the link
Football fans, you want to hear about a real mess. We have one in Oklahoma. The high school playoffs are on hold in one bracket, and now a judge has to step in before another game's played. I'll fill you in at 5:09. Trust me. It's wild!
Troops returning home never gets old, especially when it's a bit of a surprise. So, of course, I have one for you from Birmingham. You'll see that at 5:40.
And it's colder this morning than it was yesterday, but it's just crisp - no wind. At least, I didn't feel any. Meteorologist David Ernst is taking a hard look at the chilly forecast in Weather On The Tens.
OK, back to the news. We're on your TV right now. Just click on WAFF 48, and we're off! Have a great Thursday!