1. The Fyffe City Council held a hearing Monday night on the jobs of two of the town's police officers. The mayor who placed them on administrative leave, will have the ultimate decision.
2. Governor Robert Bentley was in the Valley to announce a flow of cash to pay for road projects. Madison County is getting $21 million dollars. Jackson, Marshall, and Morgan Counties also receiving ATRIP funds.
3. There's a leak at a Brown's Ferry cooling tower. The wooden structure cools off river water before it goes back to the Tennessee River. The cause of the damage is under investigation.
4. He's accused in 12 deaths and the wounding of 58 others in the Colorado theater shootings, but James Holmes was charged with 24 counts of murder and 116 counts of attempted murder. The dual charges are designed to create more options during sentencing, if he's convicted.
5. A Georgia woman battling something doctors believe she got from her dog's saliva has already lost her hands and feet. The bacteria that usually doesn't cause an infection preyed on the woman's suppressed immune system after two bone marrow transplants while she battled cancer.
6. Parts of Arizona were under water after severe storms rolled in this weekend. The monsoon-like weather brought winds of up to 60 miles per hour.
7. Twelve people were stuck at the highest point of the Superman roller coaster at a California theme park. They sat about 150 feet in the air for an hour.
8. A Florida airboat captain who was attacked by an alligator is now facing charges for feeding alligators. A tourist on board says she saw him holding a fish right before the gator bit off his hand.
9. 400 dogs showed up to audition at an open casting call for DOG-TV. The new network is looking for three pups to be featured on the channel.