Good Evening from Barbara Gauthier in the WTVM Newsroom. We hope you'll join us tonight for News leader 9 at 11. Here's a look at some of the stories we're working on that are all new since 6 o'clock.
Columbus Family Wants More Investigation into Mother/Son Deaths
Columbus Police have ruled the shocking deaths last February of a mother and her 6-year old son in Oakland Park a murder- suicide. But the woman's family doesn't believe she would kill her son or take her own life. They held a candlelight vigil tonight calling for more investigation into the killings.
It's been eleven years since terrorists attacked the U-S, killing nearly three thousand people when they crashed planes into the World Trade Center Towers, Pentagon and a field in Pennsylvania. Tonight we'll take you to services around the country and in Columbus as we remember the victims and families of the tragedy.
Will Alabamians Turn Out for Amendment One?
Next week voters will decide on Amendment One, the proposed amendment to take about a half a million dollars from a huge state savings account to pay for healthcare and prisons in Alabama. But with a week to go there are concerns about voter turnout. We'll tell you what the vote means for you.
Join us for these stories and much more tonight on News Leader 9 at 11.
Family members are speaking out on what they say are vile conditions at an East Alabama cemetery. News Leader 9 spoke exclusively with dozens of valley residents while visiting the Resthaven Memorial Cemetery in Chambers county.More >>
Coroner Bill Harris confirms to News Leader 9 that a 34-year-old man has died from an apparent lightning strike to the head on Lake Harding.More >>
A forced to be reckoned with on the football field, but a life gone too soon. Carver High School head football coach speaks after the tragic loss of one his former young players.More >>
News Leader 9 is at the scene of a traffic accident on JR Allen Parkway Westbound lane just before Moon Road.More >>
Police say no laws were violated by five teens who made a video of a drowning man and posted it to social media.More >>
Authorities confirm that 2 people have been arrested in Shreveport after a raid at a Shreveport massage parlor in connection with a multi-state human trafficking investigation.More >>
As the world, the United States, and South Carolina prepared for arguably the coolest celestial event in decades, our old friends at NASA want you to know that pairs of unsafe solar eclipse glasses are being distributed.More >>