(WAFF) - Good morning! Trent Butler here hoping you had a nice weekend. It's never long enough, right?
This morning, we're just hours away from a scheduled meeting between state auditor Jim Ziegler and Governor Robert Bentley. Zeigler is asking Governor Bentley to testify about his use of state funds and his personal and professional relationship with his former aid Rebekah Mason.
The looming question is, will Governor Bentley show up to this morning's meeting? Recently, he said he didn't need to attend the meeting since he was already cooperating with the Alabama Ethics Commission. Jonathan Radford preview's today's meeting in a live report.
A man from Maine is behind bars in Lauderdale County, accused of inappropriately touching two children who were visiting the Jungle Safari traveling petting zoo. We'll tell you what the owner of the petting zoo is telling police.
The battle over how to divide Prince's estate is beginning today. The late singer's sister and five half-siblings will head to court for a hearing on how to sort out his fortune. Family members are trying to claim thousands of unreleased songs that Prince reportedly kept in a vault at his home in Minnesota.
Those songs could be worth hundreds of millions of dollars.