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Look Ahead: Authorities investigate death of Lacy's Spring man. Amtrak trains back in service following a deadly crash in Philadelphia.

HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) - Good morning! Here are some things to keep your eye on today:

Authorities investigate death of Lacy's Spring man.

There are many unanswered questions in the death of a Lacy's Spring man.

Police identified 25-year-old Joshua Davis yesterday.

A family member identified him after they called police looking for him.

Investigators have not indicated whether Davis' death is somehow connected.

Preliminary reports expected today.

Remember the miniature horse that was shot and skinned in Boaz? 

Today, we expect to find out more about the bizarre murder of Mr. Nubby's death.

The horse's owner, John Tuck, said the horse was last seen April 28, then found two days later.

Tuck says he has no idea why anyone would want to do something like this to his horse unless they were psychopathic.

Family members believe their second miniature horse was also a target, saying he now won't let people around him.

Tuck says the two miniatures hadn't been seen in a couple days, so when they started looking for them, they discovered Mr. Nubby in a pond at the very backside of the farm by a worker.

Tuck says he waded in the water and pulled the horse closer - only to find what he saw quite disturbing.

Amtrak trains back in service on busy Northeast Corridor

Amtrak trains began rolling on the busy Northeast Corridor early today, the first time in almost a week following a deadly crash in Philadelphia, and officials vowed to have safer trains and tracks while investigators worked to determine the cause of the derailment.

Amtrak resumed service along the corridor with a 5:30 a.m. southbound train leaving New York City. The first northbound train, scheduled to leave Philadelphia at 5:53 a.m., was delayed and pulled out of 30th Street Station at 6:07 a.m.

About three dozen passengers boarded the New York City-bound train in Philadelphia, and Mayor Michael Nutter was on hand to see the passengers and train off.

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