Day two on the stand for State Senator in Gambling Trial

A state senator who is testifying in the federal government's gambling corruption trial is in the hot seat again Wednesday. The defense is grilling him for using terms like "Aborigines" to describe black customers of an Alabama bingo. We'll have more on his comments and day three of the trial starting at five.

The U.S. Department of Justice learned more about how to identify and investigate gang activity during training at A-U-M today. A 2009 report shows there are more than 731,000 active gang members in the country!

Thousands of people filled the Birmingham Civic Center last night for a huge country music concert: "Bama Rising". We'll have a look back at the event that will help tornado relief efforts.

And a local judge is calling it quits just months after winning re-election. We'll tell you who she is at 5:00.

See ya then,

Valorie Lawson

Join us for these stories plus your forecast tonight at five and six on WSFA 12 News.