(WAFF) - Dozens of raids in connection with Paris attacks
French officials say that 168 locations across France have been raided in connection with the deadly attacks in Paris on Friday. French Interior Minister Bernard Cazenueve says that within the last 48 hours, 104 people total have been placed on house arrest. Meanwhile, the manhunt for the suspects in the attacks continue.
Tune into WAFF 48 News Today as we continue to provide updates on-air on the attacks in Paris.
New court documents show victim denied protection order
Newly obtained court documents show that a woman who was shot and killed Saturday had previously filed for a protection order against her ex-husband, who is facing charges for her death. Kay Stevens had filed for a protection order against Roger Dale Stevens in 2014, which was denied. In the court documents, Stevens says her then-husband had threatened to kill her and also shot fireworks at her apartment. Kay was shot in front of The Corner Bakery Saturday and later died from her injuries. Roger Dale Stevens was arrested and charged with her murder.
Bentley stands by decision blocking refugees
Sunday night, Governor Robert Bentley announced that he refuses to allow any Syrian refugees relocate to Alabama. In a statement release, the governor says, "The acts of terror committed over the weekend are a tragic reminder to the world that evil exists and takes the form of terrorists who seek to destroy the basic freedoms we will always fight to preserve," Bentley said. "I will not place Alabamians at even the slightest possible risk of an attack on our people."
Cool start to work week
Monday morning will start out about 5 to 10 degrees warmer than Sunday. It will be mostly cloudy throughout the day but you should stay dry as most of the rain stays to north and west. Temperatures will reach the mid-to-upper 60s today.