1. The remains found in Lee County Florida are those of Amy Patterson. Daniel Proctor pointed authorities to the body after he was convicted of theft in a Madison County courtroom.
2. A fire turns fatal in Huntsville. Investigators believe the victim was trying to escape from the house on Glendale Ln. when she was overcome by smoke.
3. The trial for Huntsville dance studio owner, Ann Brown, set for today was rescheduled for October 26th. Brown is charged with disorderly conduct, accused of threatening the owner of a neighboring business for towing cars belonging to dance students from the business owner's parking lot.
4. A gate agent assigned to help an 11 year old boy get from Florida to New York instead helps herself to the boy's wallet.
5. A rare interview with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was found by a Tennessee man who's father interviewed the civil rights leader more than 50 years ago. The interview was recorded three years before King's famous "I Have a Dream" speech. In it he said, "I am convinced that when the history books are written in future years historians will have to record this movement as one of the greatest epics of our heritage."
6. A Detroit babysitter is facing charges after leading police on a car chase. Police say he stole the car, crashed it, and tried to run away while carrying a baby in his arms.
7. Anticipating rowdy protesters, authorities are clearing a jail in Tampa. The facility is prepared for up to a thousand inmates during next week's Republican National Convention.
8. The CDC says contaminated tattoo ink caused at least 22 skin infections in four states last year. The FDA does not directly regulate tattoo ink because it is regarded as cosmetic.
9. A phone number for the elderly to call for help ended up dialing a sex line. The number used to belong to a New Jersey office for the institutionalized elderly.