Certainly, Alabamians can understand what tornado victims are experiencing in Missouri. Deadly storms ripped through Joplin Sunday, killing dozens and injuring hundreds more. Today, Governor Bentley sent his condolences. Hear what he had to say tonight at five.
Meanwhile, the Red Cross continues to help tornado victims in Alabama. We'll show you where your donations are going and who they're helping.
The first day in Alabama's gambling corruption trial is expected to be a long one. The judge has set aside six hours and 20 minutes for opening statements. There are nine defendants in the case that's set to begin June 6th.
Jubilee Cityfest is in the books and organizers are calling it a success. Official crowd numbers aren't in yet, but we know downtown Montgomery was packed! Melissa Johnson takes a look at the future of the event.
Join us tonight for these stories, plus weather and sports tonight at five and six on WSFA 12 News.
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