Good Morning. Here's what we're working on for you this morning on WAFF 48 News Today.

Several children are safe after a fire breaks out in a Huntsville apartment complex overnight.

A homicide investigation in Huntsville still has no motive, no suspects and no identity of two men found dead inside a home.

Criticism but no charges recommended for Hillary Clinton. The bombshell announcement from the FBI in the Hillary Clinton email investigation is opening the door for political attacks. Clinton isn't saying much about it but Republicans have plenty to say. However, there is one more hurdle for her to clear.
This morning, House democrats say they will keep pressing gun control legislation until something is done. What about the other side of the aisle? Will Republicans vote on a measure?
No one is waking up a millionaire today. No one had the winning numbers for the Mega Millions jackpot drawing last night. You know what that means, gas up the car for another trip over the state line because the jackpot is now at an estimated $508 million dollars.

Here is one way I bet you didn't guess your tax dollars will be spent in this state. Apparently, the money will likely pay for attorneys to defend Governor Bentley in a wrongful termination lawsuit. Stick around for details on this story at 5:30 & 6:30 a.m.

We're getting some more needed rainfall overnight but will it stick around for your morning commute. Meteorologist David Ernst has your Wednesday forecast.

See you starting at 4:30 a.m.

--Margo Gray