We've had a busy night here in the WAFF 48 newsroom gathering the latest information for you for our 10 p.m. newscast.
We're continuing to follow breaking news of a Grissom High School student who's in hot water for allegedly bringing a weapon on campus. We're told Grissom parents were sent an e-mail alerting them to this situation. More on this incident and a check of similar incidents in Grissom's past.
Also, new tonight at 10, the city of Athens is a step closer to having a new high school. The city council agreed to vote on a resolution of financial support for the new building. The plan would have the city contributing $300,000 a year for six years.
And Madison Mayor Troy Trulock presented his State of the City Address this evening. He called 2015 a banner year with growth in housing, new roads and a new interstate interchange. He also said a third interchange along Zeirdt Road is in the works for 2016.
We hope you'll join Brad, Scott and me for these stories and more tonight on WAFF 48 News at 10.
See you then,