MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - Today in Alabama may be over but there are several other stories to cover in the day ahead. Here are just some of the stories we are working on or following for you throughout the day:
CLINTON: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will testify before the house select committee on Benghazi. the tragedy that happened in Benghazi has followed Clinton since she served as secretary of state. The Clinton campaign released a summary that said she is appearing before the committee to honor the memory of the four Americans killed in Benghazi.
RECALL: Toyota announced Wednesday it is launching a recall for about 2 million Toyota vehicles over a potential fire hazard related to the driver's-side power windows. The vehicles' power window master switch on the driver's side was produced without sufficient lubricant, creating the potential for fire.
WEATHER: Meteorologist Eric Snitil says, it's still warm and still quiet today as highs rise into the lower 80s. Looks like we'll stay dry through at least Sunday before shower chances pick up late Sunday night into next week.
STATEWIDE BROADBAND: Gov. Robert Bentley said he will have a plan for statewide broadband in front of the silver haired legislature Tuesday and for his state-of-the state Oct. 30. It is unclear exactly what the governor's plan will entail but Bentley says he's wanted statewide broadband for three or four years.
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