Memorials made for Marines killed in Chattanooga; Proposal to change law concerning recruitment offices; 2 wounded men drove to HPD's north precinct after shooting

. - Good Friday evening and TGIF!
We're continuing our team coverage on Thursday's deadly Chattanooga shooting spree at two military recruitment centers. Four Marines were shot and killed, and the gunman was also fatally shot by law enforcement. WAFF 48's Lauren Bale is in Chattanooga and will have more on the large number of make-shift memorials that are popping up at the two shooting scenes there.
We're also following pending legislation that would allow military members at recruitment offices and other facilities around the country to be armed. Right now, those locations ban military members from having weapons with them. WAFF 48's Tiani Jones will have more from Congressman Robert Aderholt on the proposed bill to change that law.
And we're continuing to dig deeper into a bizarre shooting investigation. Two wounded men actually drove themselves to HPD's North Precinct. The men were immediately taken to Huntsville Hospital. WAFF 48's Jim Abath will have more on the details being released in this investigation.
We hope you'll join us tonight at 10.
Mark Thornhill