1. Three bodies were found in the rubble left behind after a fire ripped through a home in Lauderdale County. Investigators are calling it a tragic accident.
2. There was also an early morning house fire in Hartselle. The homeowner was able to get out of his home on Lando Cain Road, and call police.
3. A Huntsville doctor turned himself in. Dr. Amish Shah, an independent member of the medical staff at both of Huntsville's hospitals, faces harassment charges.
4. Governor Robert Bentley wasted no time in signing legislation providing tax credits to parents who send their children to private schools instead of failing public schools. That move was made possible by a Supreme Court decision on Wednesday.
5. Boaz city leaders, looking for an economic boost, proposed a large scale recreation and aquatic center at the old Outlet mall. A public hearing was held Thursday night on the proposal.
6. Slain Alabama school bus driver Charles Poland Jr. was honored by the students he died protecting. Poland was driving his school bus in Dale County in January when Jimmy Lee Dykes boarded and demanded he hand over two children.
7. A stepdad and mother are facing charges in Georgia, accused of child abuse. Police say they hogtied their children as a form of punishment.
8. Graduation was held for an Ohio woman, aged 106. The woman says she didn't do a book report back in 1925 because she had already read the book. The school board voted to give her the diploma.
9. Inside the stomach of a dog, 111 pennies were found. Jack's owner says he left some stray bagel crumbs on his desk next to a box of pennies.