Lawmakers in the Tennessee Valley are sounding off on President Obama's plan to expand background checks for gun sales. The administration also wants more funding for mental health treatment. As you guessed, this is a heated debate. Hear what Governor Bentley & Senator Richard Shelby have to say on WAFF 48 News Today.
A valley woman accused of setting her home on fire with her husband inside is headed to court today. We'll breakdown this case piece by piece and why deputies were called to that home 30 minutes before the fire broke out.
Just as we're starting to get comfortable with lower gas prices, state lawmakers are talking about raising the gas tax. They say it's to help with our crumbling roads and bridges. But first, they need your input. We'll tell you where and when you'll get your chance.
Your red meats will look a little different for your next trip to the store. Hear why at 5:40 & 6:18 a.m.
We'll also discuss all the preparations going into the National Championship Game with Alabama & Crimson.
It's colder around the valley than it was yesterday so prepare yourself. Tune in for your weather on the 10s with David Ernst.