Greetings from the desk of Jonathan Hardison! I hope you're having a nice evening. Here are some of the stories we're working on for tonight.
Unwanted phone service
We're on your side tonight with a warning before you switch phone or internet service be careful. We're talking to a Tuscaloosa woman who thought she was getting better service through her current provider but ended up signing on with a company she'd never heard of and didn't want. Josh Gauntt is working tonight to show you how this mistake happened and how to make sure you aren't lured into the same trap.
I hope you got to see the exclusive video and access we had to a heroin bust in Birmingham last night. Christy Hutchings was in on that process from the beginning and tracked that planning over several days and tonight she's giving you an inside look at how this big bust came together and the groundwork law enforcement had to lay to make this payoff.
Crash victims compete for a new ride
And you may remember the Huie family from Alabaster who were hurt in that bad wreck on I-459 a few weeks ago. The mom and dad are both still recovering from major injuries that may affect their mobility going forward. Tonight we've found a way you may be able to help, simply by voting online. The Huie's are in the running for a mobility van to be given away and we'll show you how you can help. We'll be posting a story in our WBRC News app and tune in at 10 for more!