Cleanup underway after Alabama tornadoes

Alabama residents are getting a look at the damage from tornadoes overnight. Tornado warnings were issued twice on Tuesday in Chilton County. State troopers report several damaged homes, including downed trees and power outages.

IVF: AL lawmakers vote to legalize treatment

The controversy over IVF treatment continues after state lawmakers in Alabama voted to make it legal once again. The vote came after the state’s supreme court ruled that frozen embryos are legally the same as humans, which prompted IVF treatments in the state to stop. Reporter Jared Halpern has more.

Alabama man accused of threatening AZ election workers

Authorities say Brian Ogstad, 59, threatened Maricopa County election workers for allegedly committing voter fraud in the 2022 Arizona gubernatorial race. If convicted, Ogstad faces a maximum of 25 years in prison.

Alabama nitrogen gas execution scheduled

Alabama is set to become the first state to attempt to execute an inmate using nitrogen gas. A federal appeals court is refusing to block what would be the nation's first execution by a new method, since lethal injection was introduced in 1982. Kenneth Smith is scheduled to be put to death Thursday night. He was convicted in a 1988 murder-for-hire killing. Alabama argues using nitrogen gas will be humane, but critics say the method is cruel and experimental.