1. Alabama State Senator Shadrack McGill weighs in on a facebook post from his wife, gone viral. He says she needed to write it.
2. There was a mistrial in Madison County Court after a district judge ordered the proceeding for John Nash closed to the media and the public. The former Discovery Middle School band director is charged with failure to report child abuse.
3. Lawrence County authorities say a man arrested in connection with a Decatur man's death is believed to be responsible for murders in Florida and California.
4. A popular tourist attraction in DeKalb County will close its doors soon. Sequoyah Caverns will end tours because of slowed traffic.
5. An emotional plea for answers was made on Capital Hill by an organizer of the tea party movement in Alabama. Tea Party members say they were unfairly targeted by the IRS.
6. Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange is partnering with Facebook to launch a consumer education campaign focused on online privacy. A team involving 20 other Attorneys General is creating a series of videos and a tip sheet.
7. A new McAfee study shows 62 percent of parents don't think their kids can get into any trouble online. 80 percent don't know how to find what their children are doing.
8. The mighty Mississippi is reaching levels St. Louis hasn't seen in decades. Kids are turning a local park into water park, while the city closes 23 flood walls.
9. A bizarre scene popped up on radar over Redstone Arsenal. The picture shows the radar image and nothing over the area where the image is popping up.