1. A Marshall County jury recommended death for Jessie Phillips. He's the man convicted of capital murder for shooting and killing his pregnant wife in Guntersville in 2009.
2. Jury selection is underway in the trial of Harvey Updyke, the Alabama fan accused of poisoning Auburn's famous Oak trees at Toomer's Corner. Updyke's attorneys want to know which school potential jurors root for.
3. An early morning wreck in the Shoals took the life of a new member of the Littleville volunteer fire department. It happened on Osborn Hills Road just before 2 a.m.
4. KaBoom, a non-profit organization associated with the Dr. Pepper-Snapple group, is donating $15,000 to install playground equipment at Lakewood Park on York Road in Huntsville. The city of Huntsville is contributing $5,000.
5. The Southern Baptist Convention elected its first African-American president Tuesday. He's New Orleans pastor Rev. Fred Luter.
6. Authorities say a Texas father who beat a man to death for trying to molest his 4-year-old daughter will not be charged. The dad says the man was working for him at the time.
7. A third grade student in North Carolina was strip searched at school after another students accused him of stealing money. No money was found and his mother is furious.
8. A French aircraft company is offering larger seats to accommodate passengers. Airbus will offer 20 inch seats instead of 18. At least 20 airlines have expressed interest already.
9. A new law in Durham, North Carolina is not sitting well with some residents. The city banned the use of upholstered furniture on front porches.