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2 suspects dead in mass shooting

Two suspects in the San Bernardino attack are dead and police have ruled out the possibility of a third suspect. Authorities have identified the deceased suspects as 28-year-old Syed Farook and 27-year-old Tashfeen Malik. Police say they were armed with assault rifles and handguns, and dressed in assault-style clothing. Police recovered AR-15-style long guns and a pipe bomb from the suspects' SUV. 14 people total were killed and 17 were injured in the attack.


2 Army pilots dead in helicopter crash

Two pilots are dead after their military helicopter crashed in rural Tennessee near Fort Campbell. The two crewmembers were flying a two-seat AH-64D Apache during a routine training mission when the helicopter went down around 7 p.m. Wednesday. The cause of the crash has not yet been determined.


Significantly cooler morning in store

It’s noticeably colder this morning with temperatures about 15° cooler compared to yesterday. You’ll want to grab the jacket as many are in the low-to-mid 30s. What you won’t need is the umbrella: Skies are clear this morning.  


We hope you'll join Margo Gray, Trent Butler and David Ernst for WAFF 48 News this morning. Remember, you can always watch online at WAFF.com/Live or by tapping "Watch Newscasts" on your WAFF News mobile app.

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  • First Alert for strong storms today

    First Alert for strong storms today

    Friday, June 22 2018 2:42 PM EDT2018-06-22 18:42:20 GMT

    We’re giving you the First Alert about the threat for strong to severe storms this afternoon.

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    We’re giving you the First Alert about the threat for strong to severe storms this afternoon.

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  • Athens, Alabama Man Indicted for $22 million fraud using church school

    Athens, Alabama Man Indicted for $22 million fraud using church school

    Friday, June 22 2018 2:41 PM EDT2018-06-22 18:41:48 GMT

    An Athens man accused of selling $22 million in surplus government computers intended to be given to schools and nonprofit organizations has been indicted by a federal grand jury in Illinois, according to our news partner The News Courier. The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Central District of Illinois reported Wednesday the seven-count indictment accuses 50-year-old Steven Mays of defrauding the federal “Computers for Learning” program through his Athens business, ...

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    An Athens man accused of selling $22 million in surplus government computers intended to be given to schools and nonprofit organizations has been indicted by a federal grand jury in Illinois, according to our news partner The News Courier. The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Central District of Illinois reported Wednesday the seven-count indictment accuses 50-year-old Steven Mays of defrauding the federal “Computers for Learning” program through his Athens business, ...

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  • Army Reserve member still missing

    Army Reserve member still missing

    Friday, June 22 2018 1:12 PM EDT2018-06-22 17:12:24 GMT
    (Source: Clay County Florida Police Department)(Source: Clay County Florida Police Department)

    Army Reserves member, Cayln McLemore has been missing since Wednesday, June 20. According to a Jacksonville news station McLemore was participating in a 25-day leadership training course at Camp Blanding and was sent out Wednesday morning with dozens of classmates for a land navigation assignment. The exercise, which involves individual soldiers finding rally points in the woods before returning to a designated location, should only have taken a couple of hours, ...

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    Army Reserves member, Cayln McLemore has been missing since Wednesday, June 20. According to a Jacksonville news station McLemore was participating in a 25-day leadership training course at Camp Blanding and was sent out Wednesday morning with dozens of classmates for a land navigation assignment. The exercise, which involves individual soldiers finding rally points in the woods before returning to a designated location, should only have taken a couple of hours, ...

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