Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell are going to be busy today, and perhaps the next few days, working on the government budget.
There's a lot of talk about what they'll be debating. Here's a look at what's in it
The House passed it last night. This morning, we'll take you to Washington where Tracie Potts is sifting through all the details. She joins us at 5:05 a.m.
The FDA approved UAB's plan to study CBD oil. That's the marijuana-derived oil that may help treat patients with seizures. We'll introduce you to one valley family that sees a lot more hope, now that the process is moving forward. You'll hear the mother explain why the process just can't stop at 5:35.
We're looking into a civil lawsuit stemming from the Discovery Middle School shooting in 2010. It's one filed by Todd Brown's parents, and it's back in court today. Just after 5:00 and 6:00, Muriel bailey will update you on what we can expect there today.
Tomorrow's Heisman Trophy Day. Alabama wide receiver Amari Cooper technically has a chance. He's one of the finalists, though Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota appears to be a lock. Last night, he won the Walter Camp, Davey O'Brien and Maxwell Awards. Check out their credentials here
and you decide.
And Mother Nature's decided we needed another chilly morning, but Meteorologist David Ernst is looking at the possibility we might warm up a little for the weekend (yes, please). Check out his Weather On The Tens.
Tiani is off, and Lauren Morrison is keeping me company on the desk. Now, all we need is you! So, join us. We're on right now!