The Sunrise News Sampler
A Russian cybersecurity firm says its researchers have identified a new family of malicious programs or worms that infected computers in multiple countries, primarily overseas. One of the programs has elements in common with a worm which was developed by the U.S. and Israeli governments to disrupt Iranian nuclear facilities.
The legal fight over same-sex marriage continues a full week after gay couples began marrying in Alabama. Lawyers have asked a federal judge to direct Attorney General Luther Strange to block an effort before the Alabama Supreme Court to keep weddings on hold.
U.S. Rep. Terri Sewell will be in Tuscaloosa today for a "Congress in Your Community" town hall meeting at the McDonald Hughes Community Center at 10am. Sewell plans to connect with the residents in her district to address their concerns and update them on legislative initiatives in Congress.
A surveillance camera from a transit bus caught Bruce Jenner's deadly crash on video, and the star could face manslaughter charges after it was revealed that he was the only driver to hit the victims.
Today, President Obama will convene a White House summit on the threat of violent extremism. He plans to focus on the need to combat the underlying ideologies that entice otherwise modern individuals-- including many disaffected youth --to join violent extremist movements.
More than 20 school systems in Alabama postponed classes or shut down today, and few county offices are closed as forecasters say light snow could leave slick spots in some roads across north Alabama until noon.
The Tuscaloosa County School system is still considering three different sites for the new Holt High School.