COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) - From the WTVM News Leader 9 web desk, here are the top three stories you need to know for Monday, June 29:
- Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore has remained outspoken on the Supreme Court's decision to legalize gay marriage. This time Moore expressed his opinion at a church near Birmingham on Sunday.
- An Alabama family held a memorial motorcycle run for a teenage who drowned in the Chattahoochee River earlier this month. Friends and family of Coleton Brown took part in a Dice Run on Sunday, in an effort to help his family raise money for a grave marker for Coleton's final resting place.
- FINALLY: Did you see something in the sky early Monday morning? Folks in the Chattahoochee Valley have been reporting they say something bright streaking across the sky after 1:30 a.m. Monday. Storm Team 9 Meteorologist Greg Majewski says it could have been a meteoroid, an asteroid or some other form of space debris. Viewer Gerald Coachman sent us beautiful video of the occurrence than you can check out on this story. The suspected space junk has a projected path from the Yucatan Peninsula to Virginia.
WEATHER: Monday is headed for a dry, but mostly sunny day, with the high temperature of 90 degrees and a 10 percent chance of rain.
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