1. Bond has been revoked for the man charged in connection with a fatal hit and run in Florence. James Wilson was out of jail on bond from a prior arrest on public intoxication charges when the accident happened that killed a Lauderdale County Teen.
2. The Alabama State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners voted Wednesday to reject a proposed change that would have closed nonprofit spay and neuter clinics in the state.
3. Marshall County is getting some help from the federal government to build eight new tornado shelters. FEMA will cover 75 percent of the cost of the $25,000 safe rooms.
4. The race for a city council seat in Guntersville was still undecided after last night's runoff election. Samuel Stewart and Charles Avery each received 50 percent of the vote. Now, 6 provisional votes will decide the race.
5. SpaceX is making history by becoming the first private company to deliver supplies to the International Space Station. The unmanned Dragon nine will remain docked for three weeks before returning to earth.
6. A North Carolina man was arrested for creating counterfeit airbags. The National Safety Administration is now warning car owners who've had their air bags replaced in the last three years to check a government website to make sure they're safe.
7. 22 percent of all vehicles made for the 2012 model year were white. Silver came in second followed by black gray and red.
8. A petting zoo goat was kidnapped and then returned with a pink pedicure. Surveillance video caught a young woman hopping the fence. The goat wasn't harmed.
9. An Indiana woman says she found Jesus on the side of her corn silo. She says His image is in the rust spots.