A sad day for electronic innovation in the world.

The co-founder of Apple has died.  His passing is tonight's top story at 10pm.  Jobs was born of humble beginnings.  His adoptive parents could barely afford to send him to college.  He dropped out after 6 months and started Apple in his garage.  It grew to one of the world's most successful and innovative companies that changed personal computing and more.  We'll have more on Jobs' impact.

State Democrats crying foul claiming Republican used tax-exempt corporations to funnel campaign funds.  We'll hear from both sides.

Condolences are pouring into Birmingham tonight after the death of Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth - a pioneer in the civil rights movement of the 1950's and 60's.  We'll look back on his life and contributions to his cause.

And, a local restaurant takes down its signs that included a black woman that critics called a "mammy" which they say is offensive.

Plus, Sir Charles Barkley in town today.  He's up in sports talking about expanding the SEC and the NBA lockout!

Don't miss Rich's forecast, too.

I'll see you on the set at 10!

Take care,

Bob H.