1. Huntsville Police are investigating a homicide on Chickamauga Trail. We're told two people were found dead and a suspect is in police custody.
2. Huntsville police are searching for the person they say injured one man in a drive-by shooting. Police say someone fired shots at Richard Smartt as he walked out of a gas station on Jordan Lane.
3. The city of Cullman has reeled in the Bass Fishing Hall of Fame. The organization announced the location for the $17 million project that will cover 101,000 square feet.
4. Tennessee lawmakers should decide this week whether a proposal to allow supermarket wine sales moves ahead or withers on the vine. The current law prevents shoppers from buying wine alongside groceries.
5. The White House released a state-by-state detailed report of the potential impact of "The Sequester." One effect in Alabama: approximately 27,000 civilian Department of Defense employees would be furloughed, reducing gross pay by around $176.9 million in total.
6. The sequestration deadline also means the possibility of higher prices at the meat market because of a furlough to meat inspection workers.
7. At least five of the 12 spectators taken to the hospital after a crash at Daytona's Nationwide race that sent debris into the stands have been released. As many as 33 fans were hurt in the 12 car wreck at turn four.
8. FAA officials say a Cessna airplane's right engine lost power before it crashed into the water off the Florida coast. Rescuers found the passengers on the wings of the half-sunken plane with only minor injuries.
9. An Indiana sixth grader lost both of his feet at a young age, but Evan Light is still on his school's wrestling team. He has even been a kicker on the football team.