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Happy Friday Everyone. Here's what we have going on this morning on WAFF 48 News Today.

We'll start on a positive note, plenty to see and do this holiday weekend. Of course, we'll give you the rundown on all the happenings across the Tennessee Valley.

We are on the scene of a house fire in Huntsville this morning. As a matter of fact, two fire trucks blew past me on my way into work to respond to the home on Crenshaw Drive. We'll break down the latest.

It sits on prime real estate and the City of Huntsville is finally moving forward with deciding what to do with Madison Square Mall. Hear details for yourself at 5:00 & 6:00 a.m.

If you are traveling today, you are one of millions. The Friday before Memorial Day is the 4th busiest travel day of the year. We'll be monitoring surrounding airports to see if your flight is on time this morning.

The route from eastern Madison County to the arsenal is going to get easier. We'll update you on plans for a new bypass.

President Obama just arrived in Hiroshima, Japan, visiting the peace memorial. By the way, he's the first sitting U.S. President to do so since the first nuclear bombing.

Reporter, Jonathan Radford easily got the best assignment for the day. He'll be reporting from the sky this morning. He will tell you why Decatur is the place to be this weekend.

Alright, let's us get you started this Friday so we can all get to the weekend!

See you starting at 4:30 a.m.

--Margo Gray
 

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