Huntsville city employees may be waking up pleased this morning. The City Council voted to immediately up the pay for workers but what about firefighters. Just how much? Our Jonathan Radford will break that all down for you at 5:00 & 6:00 a.m. on WAFF 48 News Today.
Just when you thought the fight over same-sex marriage was over in the country much less our state, Elmore County Probate Judge John Enslen pops up. He says he has a solution for those who don't want to issue marriage licenses, hear that at 5:30 a.m.
Many people struggle with it everyday, now the State Board of Education has decided to name dyslexia a learning disorder.
A good scare & a good cause. The annual WAFF 48 Can-a-thon is coming soon, but you can help feed local families in need before then while having some hair-raising Halloween fun. The Halloween for Hunger Food Drive, is a partnership between WAFF, The Food bank of North Alabama, and the Haunted House of Horror in Courtland. It all kicks off tonight and we'll have all the details during the show.
Also, don't forget that every 15 minutes starting at 5:45 we have your First Alert Traffic Report.
Do you have a favorite boy or girl band from the 90s, well two of the biggest are talking about a major reunion tour. I'll tell you who during what's trending at 5:25 a.m.
There are some big changes with the forecast and if you're headed out to High School Football tonight, you're going to want to catch your weather on the 10s with Meteorologist David Ernst.
Alright, we've made it to Friday y'all. See you starting at 4:30 a.m. & Stephanie Mills is filling in for Trent while he has time off with his family.
Have a fantastic Friday!!