MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - Happy Friday morning from the digital desk for Today in Alabama. We are working to bring you the latest news and weather headlines. Here are just some of the reports you'll see on Today in Alabama:
Deadly Kansas Shooting:
A gunman armed with an "assault-style" weapon drove through a south-central Kansas town, taking shots at people, before storming the factory where he worked. Four people were killed including the shooter and 14 others were wounded. Coming up on Today in Alabama, we have the latest details on the shooting and the shooter.
General Fund Budget:
State senators were working late last night passing a proposed general fund budget. The proposed spending plan cuts some departments and for others, provides level-funding from last year. The big issue though is medicaid. Details on the budget and what lawmakers say they would have to do to fund medicaid.
Home Building Expo:
The 2016 Home Building and Remodeling Expo kicks off today and organizers were out yesterday pushing a new initiative. Organizations were partnering to educate the public on how to make their homes a safer place to live. Coming up on Today in Alabama Reporter Bethany Davis is LIVE from the expo with more coverage from the expo.
Wanted by Troy Police:
A 22 year old is wanted by Troy police after a shooting early this morning. Samuel Crawford is facing charged of shooting into an occupied dwelling and attempted murder. He is considered armed and extremely dangerous. We have more details on the shooting and a photo of Crawford coming up.
Join us for the latest details on these stories and many more coming up in just a few minutes on Today in Alabama!