Bentley says he won't step down and EWTN mourns their founder's passing
Gov. Bentley said he has "no plans to resign" when asked by reporters at his first public appearance since affair allegations became public. Source: Kelvin Reynolds/WBRC
Good afternoon from the desk of Janet Hall. Here are the stories we’re working on for WBRC FOX6 News this evening.
Governor Bentley says he will not step down
Governor Bentley made his first public appearance today since allegations about a relationship between he and top adviser Rebekah Mason Caldwell became public. He was in Centreville to discuss rural health issues. Bentley was asked several times if he planned to resign. He repeatedly said "no." Meanwhile there are mixed opinions among lawmakers as to whether he should step down. We'll have reaction at 5.
Plans for Mother Angelica's funeral
There are a number of events to mark the passing of Eternal Word Television Network founder Mother Angelica who passed away on Easter Sunday. Thousands are expected to come from around the world to pay their respects. We'll take a look at plans to handle the crowds.
Landslide along I-20/59
We're waiting to hear more from ALDOT about what looks like a landslide along I-20/59. Work continues around the 31st Street exit in Norwood. A neighbor tells us this work is creating havoc on her home. We'll take a closer look at 5.
Those stories and more beginning at 5:00 on WBRC FOX6 News.
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