A Dothan woman is dead and her husband is now behind bars, accused of kidnapping and murdering her. Now, investigators want to know why. WSFA 12 News is gathering more details on what happened. We'll have the latest at 6.
"Guilty." That was the word that came out of the Elmore County coroner's mouth this morning in a theft and public corruption case. WSFA 12 News reporter Jennifer Oravet explains what Elmore County Coroner Tim Ellison and his co-defendant, a funeral home director, were accused of doing, and their fate, in a story you'll see Only on 12.
State lawmakers have approved a bill to keep secret the manufacturers and suppliers of lethal injection drugs used in death penalty cases. We'll tell you why other state's are adopting similar laws.
We featured a woman earlier this week who is an amputee, frustrated because she can't find the financial help she needs to keep her prosthesis in working order so she can walk. Tonight, the 12 NEWS DEFENDERS have an update.
And there are lots of hugs and kisses greeting members of the 908th Airlift Wing today following a seven month deployment to Southeast Asia. We'll take you to the homecoming!
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