1. The Red Cross is gearing up and preparing for the worst as Isaac churns towards Alabama.
2. An Alabama man is the latest victim of West Nile. The man, in his 60's is the first death of the 12 cases reported in the state this summer.
3. A Valley woman was scammed while trying to buy tickets to Alabama's season opener in Dallas. She wired more than 7 hundred dollars to an eBay purchasing agent. Turns out there's no such thing.
4. Traffic was brought to a standstill on Governor's Drive when a water main busted. The two southbound lanes were closed near Covemont.
5. A laid-off store worker returned to his old job near the Empire State building and opened fire on a former co-worker, killing the employee and wounding several others. Nine other were shot as police exchanged bullets with the man who was eventually killed.
6. Missouri state troopers chased down an Iowa woman flying over a hundred miles per hour down the highway. But, she called them after her pedal was stuck and her car wouldn't slow down for more than 60 miles.
7. After spending millions testing new scanning devices TSA says fliers will still have to remove their shoes at airport checkpoints for the foreseeable future.
8. A Georgia high school coach under fire accused of violating the first amendment for allowing local churches to feed his team. An anti-religious group is asking that the practice be stopped.
9. A Texas High School unveils a new $60 million stadium. 10,000 people showed up to get a glimpse of the facility that will also host private events and concerts.