1. A Marine's dirt bike stolen from a repair shop has been returned thanks to a tip police received. Seven juveniles were arrested and charged with first degree theft.
2. A Marshall County wounded soldier is back home in Guntersville for good. Volunteers from six states are in Guntersville building Corey Garmon and his family a new home.
3. Doctors say a man who drove through a fence and crashed into a propane tank in Rogersville had a seizure right before the accident. Kevin Holt of Waynesboro, Tennessee is in stable condition at Huntsville Hospital.
4. Thousands of dead and dying starfish washed ashore on several Alabama beaches. Marine experts say the rough surf associated with storms this past weekend have pushed them to the shore.
5. Senators are accusing General Motors of a potentially criminal cover-up of its defective ignition switches. Members of a Senate panel wondered whether the switches were replaced in a way that would cover up the deadly flaw.
6. Chrysler is recalling nearly 870,000 SUVs because corrosion may make the vehicles' brakes harder to use. Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Durango's from the 2011 through 2014 model years are involved.
7. The private sector added 191,000 new jobs last month. The government officially weighs in on the job market on Friday with the March employment report.
8. Blackberry says it will not renew its license with T-Mobile later this month, but will continue to provide service to existing customers on the T-Mobile network.
9. The 2014 Alabama Barbecue Bracket rates the best barbecue places in the state. "Smokin on the Boulevard" in Florence is in the top four.