Brussels suicide bombers identified

Brussels suicide bombers identified

(WAFF) - Belgian investigators have identified two suicide bombers involved in the deadly attack at the Brussels airport on Tuesday.  Good morning. Trent Butler here.

They are brothers Khalid and Brahim El Bakraoui, both of whom were known to police, but for organized crime, not for acts of terrorism.  
This morning, the search continues for a suspect in the bombings at the airport and metro station that killed 34 people.

This morning, we'll tell you what Homeland Security officials are saying about any terror plots against the U.S.

On the presidential primary front, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Ted Cruz each won a state last night.  We'll recap the results and let you know how the delegate counts stands now.

There are many political rumblings coming out of Montgomery this morning. Governor Robert Bentley announces the termination of ALEA Secretary Spencer Collier amidst allegations of improper use of funds. Now, there are reports Collier will hold a press conference today to give his side of the story. We'll keep you posted right here on WAFF 48.

A warmer start to your Wednesday. David Ernst says enjoy today's sunshine before unsettled weather moves in on Thursday. We hope you'll join us for the mid-week edition of WAFF 48 News Today.