Tomorrow, we head to the polls to cast our votes in a number of local elections, including the race for sheriff, county commissioners, and school board members as well as state positions of governor, lieutenant governor, and others. Voters will be required to present a photo ID.

Some Tuscaloosa residents are upset after finding out they're being charged $2.95 for paying water, sewer and trash collections bills online, as other utilities give the option of avoiding credit card fees by making online payments directly through bank accounts.

Alabama's chief election official is predicting about half of the state's voters will participate in tomorrow's election, as the turnout in gubernatorial election years over the last 20 years has ranged from nearly 51 to 58 percent.

Donnie Anderson of Auburn admitted to organizing high-stakes dog fights that attracted from participants from several states. He is scheduled to appear before U.S. District Judge Keith Watkins for sentencing this Friday.

Brittany Maynard, the 29-year-old woman who spoke out about her decision to end her life on her own terms, died Saturday. Oregon's Death With Dignity Act allows terminally ill people to end their own lives by taking a medicine prescribed by doctors.

The head of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is declaring that "the New York City skyline is whole again" with the new World Trade Center taking its first tenant today.

The first of several reports due today from automakers is a sign that sales are strong with Nissa reporting an increase in sales of over 13 percent last month.

"Nightcrawler" and "Ouija" tied for first in the weekend box office.

The New England Patriots topped the Denver Broncos 43-21 yesterday, and Peyton Manning himself admitted that he played very poorly.

Kobe Bryant says he's extremely loyal to the Lakers and will not be traded to another team.