TONIGHT AT 10: Former Madison County deputy pleaded not guilty, State budget crisis is a big concern to law enforcement and verdict for Colorado shooter

Hope you are having a great Friday! Here is an overview of what we will be covering tonight at 10.

Former Madison County Deputy Justin Watson pleaded not guilty to beating and chocking a man in 2012 in court today . Tonight, he is free on bond. But that bond come with conditions.  What Watson can and can't do tonight at 10.
The state budget crisis is a big chief concern for state law enforcement officers.That's because The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency faces drastic cuts that would lay off dozens of officers and civilian workers. How those layoffs could affect you tonight at 10.

The man convicted of killing 12 people and injuring 70 others in a Colorado  Theater received his sentence today The jury took less than 7 hours to reach a verdict. Will he be put to death or spend the rest of his life behind bars? We'll tell you at 10.

Join us for these stories and more tonight on WAFF 48 News at 10.

Brad will  have your weekend tax free shopping forecast as well!

See you then,