Tuesday - August 23, 2011
Follow me on Twitter: bobhowell_wsfa
A light turnout expected for the city election today. Candidates for city council and mayor are on the ballot. We'll start our live coverage of election day at 5 p.m. with results as soon as the votes are counted.
Did you feel any of the rumblings associated with the Virginia earthquake? Folks who work in Montgomery's tallest building, the RSA Tower, say they definitely felt the tremors. We'll talk with them at 6 p.m.
A cab driver has been arrested in the death of an University of Alabama football player. Aaron Douglas was found dead at a house party near Jacksonville, Florida in May. The man arrested is charged with homicide manslaughter and sale and delivery of a controlled substance, namely methadone.
And, Hurricane Irene could be a big one. She appears to be on track for a date with the east coast states. Our entire Storm Team is tracking her every movement and will fill us in starting at 5.
Hope you'll join us for all our newscasts - and that you'll download our new news app for 'Droid and iPhones. Its clean, loads quickly and keeps you connected 24/7.
See you on the set at 6!
One father has taken the initiative to create a mobile app that freezes his son’s phone until he responds to his father’s message.More >>
The county coroner's office has identified the two employees killed during the robbery of a CresCom Bank in Conway. The victims are: Donna Major, 59 years old, from Conway and Kathryn "Katie" Skeen, 36 years old, from Green Sea, according to Deputy Coroner Michelle McSpadden.More >>
A breakdown of all the races from the August 22nd, 2017 Birmingham Municipal and Lincoln Sunday Alcohol Sales Election.More >>
U.S. officials confirm that the commander of the Navy's 7th Fleet will be removed after a series of warship accidents in the Pacific.More >>
The network says the decision was made "as the tragic events in Charlottesville were unfolding, simply because of the coincidence of his name."More >>
President Donald Trump is blaming the media for widespread condemnation of his response to the Charlottesville tragedy.More >>
Three former U.S. health secretaries of both parties say President Donald Trump and the GOP-led Congress should make stabilizing health insurance marketplaces their immediate goal.More >>