Good evening and Happy Friday eve!
We've had more than our share of rain recently. And residents in a Madison subdivision are still trying to dry out after a flooding issue. We'll hear from one of the residents who lives in the Hurst Haven Court Subdivision. He tells our Vincent Crivelli that the rain run-off from a nearby construction project is causing an extremely soggy situation for him and his neighbors. We'll see and hear what's happening there at 10.
We're also following the despicable crime of vandalizing a cemetery. In this case, it's a Lauderdale County cemetery with many headstones dating back over 100 years that were damaged or destroyed. You can help us solve this unthinkable crime.
And in a WAFF 48 Investigates Report, Nick Laugh is digging deeper into changes in Alabama's DUI law involving ignition interlock devices. In other words, devices that wouldn't allow you to crank your car if a breathalyzer test showed you're above the legal limit. Nick is uncovering loopholes in the law that might be preventing the law from having any impact.
Be sure and join us for these stories and more at 10.