(WAFF) - Rise & Shine on this Wednesday, Margo Gray here with your morning headlines.
Crews in Lauderdale County found the helicopter but not the pilot. This morning, the search will continue for the pilot who crashed his helicopter into the Tennessee River Monday afternoon. The search will resume today morning at 10. Our Muriel Bailey will have the latest information on recovery efforts at 5:00 & 6:00 on WAFF 48 News Today.
Delivery drivers don't need this in their lives. Jackson Matthew Hall, 24, of Decatur is now charged with indecent exposure after police say he exposed himself to a delivery woman. She told police he exposed his genitalia to her in a sexual fashion while she was making a delivery.
Do you remember my investigation into Angel Gieske? She was the woman who claimed to be a doctor and faked her credentials to counsel children in custody cases with DHR. Well her trial is finally set for May 11th. She's accused of stealing $864,000 in medicaid funds
You should never text and drive but this Friday is definitely not the day to even attempt to. State troopers will be out in full force looking drivers who do. The fine for the first citation is $25, with fines jumping to $50 for the second violation and $75 for the third. Troopers say this is their way to help save lives.
State health officials will start testing Alabama State University students who might have been exposed to tuberculosis. The person with tuberculosis had previously been treated for the disease but suffered a relapse. Now, officials are trying to identify people who might have been exposed to that person and test them for tuberculosis.