It's déjà vu at Greenetrack in Greene County. For a second time state police have raided the bingo hall seizing more than 700 bingo machines. Greenetrack was shutdown last summer after a dispute over the machines' legality. The facility reopened in March. We'll have reaction starting at five.
Make way for news jobs in Andalusia. The Governor was on hand today for the announcement that Vector Aerospace is expanding. Vector specializes in helicopter maintenance and repairs. We'll tell you how many jobs and how much money will go into the expansion.
Inside Alabama's Legislature, the Alabama House passed a bill making it easier for military and overseas voters to cast their ballots while serving abroad. We'll tell you what's next for the bill in a full report.
And WSFA 12 News Anchor Bob Howell heads to the capitol to interview Governor Robert Bentley. They'll discuss the state's budgets and the timeline to get them passed. Catch his interview live at six.
Join us for these stories plus your sweltering forecast tonight at five and six.
See ya then,