(WAFF) - lawmakers in the senate approved a new bill that will mean more in-home care for Medicaid patients, and 1 and a half billion dollars in saving for tax payers in the next ten years.
sorry to those who were hoping the lottery would come to Alabama.
The bill that would have allowed a lottery and casino gambling is dead.
It didn't get a floor vote yesterday.
But all hope is not lost.
Senate Pro-tem Del Marsh says the idea could come up again if lawmakers have a special session.
The death of a Fayetteville woman who was accidentally shot during a drug deal in Huntsville is headed to a grand jury.
Police say Amanda Jo Scott was meeting someone to buy drugs at a home on Timbercrest Drive in North Huntsville Tuesday.
They say the suspect was handling a gun when it fired accidentally.