Like it or not, same sex marriage is still one of our top stories this Tuesday morning. Some counties didn't approve licenses yesterday. With all the confusion following the U.S. Supreme Court's denying a stay and State Chief Justice Roy Moore ordering probate judges to not grant licenses, several of those judges held off. We're checking to see where that stands.
In court, we're on verdict watch. Today, the jury may come back in Ezekiel Gholston's capital murder trial. He's accused of killing two employees at a Decatur Krystal's. Muriel Bailey will get you caught up on the case.
There's a big job fair today that you might want to check out. Verizon is growing its workforce, looking to fill hundreds of positions in customer service, tech support and human resources. That starts at noon at Verizon's Thornton Research Park headquarters on Quality Circle in Huntsville.
And the roller coaster ride continues. It's definitely colder this morning than it was this time yesterday. It's not brutal, but you'll feel it. Meteorologist David Ernst says we'll warm up a bit, though. today. You'll see him every ten minutes. That's on our Weather On The Tens. http://bit.ly/GSwBfq
See what else we have in store on WAFF 48 News Today. David, Jim, Lauren, Muriel and I are off and running. We'll see you on the TV!
-- Margo Gray