• At 3:00 tomorrow afternoon, Stillman College will hold its first presentation of the school's Lecture Series entitled "Too Angry to Be Afraid: Tuscaloosa's Fight for Desegregation," discussing the findings of research on Stillman's involvement in the Civil Rights Movement in Tuscaloosa. The event is free and open to the community.
  • In state news, the Mid-Alabama Coalition for the Homeless is gearing up to count the number of homeless people in Montgomery and conduct interviews to determine their needs, which is required for community agencies to receive HUD funding.
  • Three months after Superstorm Sandy savaged the Northeast, an aid package was finally approved by the Senate, and President Obama says he'll sign the $50.5 billion emergency relief measure as soon as it reaches his desk.
  • In "Remembering Whitney," Cissy Houston says that she always doubted whether Bobby Brown was right for her daughter and that Whitney might not have ended up so deep into drugs had they not stayed together, although her brother admitted to Oprah that he was the one that introduced Whitney to heavy drugs.