1. A burglary turns into a police chase in Decatur. Police say two people took off when they showed up around 2PM and led them down 6th Avenue.
2. A kerosene pump was struck by a car avoiding an accident in Decatur. It happened just after the high speed chase just a few hundred feet away. The driver was arrested for being under the influence of prescription pills.
3. A body found around 8:00AM Wednesday in the Tennessee River caused quite a delay on Whitesburg. An abandoned car was found at the bridge which separates Morgan and Madison Counties.
4. A Lee County judge revoked bond for Harvey Updyke, the Alabama fan accused of poisoning the Oaks at Toomer's Corner. That decision came after the judge watched a video of Updyke's arrest in a Louisiana home improvement store.
5. A would-be robber in Missouri learns the hard way not to mess with one couple. The homeowners trapped the robber in the basement and stood guard until police arrived.
6. Drive-thru ashes are going mainstream. A Michigan church is one of many across the country offering a quick way for parishioners to observe the beginning of Lent.
7. It was a big year for baggage handlers. According to the Department of Transportation, reports of lost, delayed or damaged bags dropped last year to their lowest rate since 1988.
8. The 137th Westminster Best in Show was Banana Joe, the Affenpinscher from Pennsylvania. The five-year-old pup plans to retire and head back to the Netherlands, where he was born and bred.
9. Chris P. Bacon is a disabled pig from Florida and he's taking the web by storm with thousands of followers on Twitter and Facebook. His owner fashioned a wheel chair out of toy parts after he was born with broken hind legs.