1. A trial date is set for Hammad Memon, the teen accused of gunning down fellow student Todd Brown at Discovery middle school in 2010. He's scheduled to go before a jury in January.
2. Liberty Middle School in Madison was named a Blue Ribbon School by the US secretary of Education. Liberty is one of only five Alabama schools honored for overall academic excellence in 2012.
3. You can now take a virtual tour of the University of North Alabama through Google's street view technology. The street view map of the campus launched this morning.
4. A seven year old boy that was hit in the eye with a rock while riding the buss now blind while doctors wait for the swelling to go down to check his eyesight. Police are looking for a teen who threw the rock at the bus in California.
5. A new jobs report is not good news for job creation. US employers added 96,000 new jobs last month. That's down from 139,000 at the start of the year.
6. Video game sales are sliding. Sales are down 20 percent from last year. Analysts think consumers are waiting for new consoles to hit the market.
7. Suspensions were lifted for four players in the NFL's bounty investigation. A three member appeals panel made the decision, claiming Commissioner Roger Goodell did not have jurisdiction to hear the players' appeals.
8. A contractor in Arkansas tore down the wrong house. He went to the wrong address while working for the city to take down a condemned building.
9. A suspect trying to evade police, ended up calling 911 for help. The 32 year old was involved in a high speed chase and crash. When he fled the crash on foot, he got wedged between two buildings.