Hearing set for tomorrow at 7 a.m.

Thursday - April 21, 2011

Talk about a bolt out of the blue.  No one saw this one coming: one of two casino owners indicted on federal corruption charges ready to plead guilty.  The plea should be entered first thing tomorrow morning.  The lawyer for Country Crossing developer Ronnie Gilley notified the court that his client will plead guilty and cooperate with federal prosecutors.  Tonight at 10, we'll look back on months of Gilley's defiant defense of his innocence - which is now all for naught.

A former police chief in our area has been indicted on 40 counts of ethics violations.  How did an officer of the law find himself accused of that many charges?  We'll tell you at 10.

And, a former Dothan circuit judge is gound guilty of ethical misconduct in the operation of his courtroom.  That decision from a panel of judges meeting here in Montgomery today.

There are growing concerns about the health of children and adults living in a nearby county.  Now they're getting help from the Internet and an agency hundreds of miles away.

Plus, accused Toomer's Corner tree poisoner talks about his alleged assault.  It's your first chance to hear from Harvey Updyke after the latest chapter in this unusual case.

Join us at 10...you'll be glad you did!

Bob H.