The Sunrise News Sampler
Remember 17-year-old Brandon Kyle Evans who had the community on alert after he and two other teens escaped from Mount Meigs Juvenile Complex last November? Well, according to our daily, a Montgomery County grand jury has returned an eight-count indictment against Evans, and he is being charged as an adult.
Governor Bentley has announced his support for changes to our Medicaid system from a fee-for-service system to a managed care program, which would impact one out of every five Alabamians.
Today, the House will vote on a bill that would stop the Obama administration from waiving work requirements to receive welfare, which officials say create hurdles for states in placing welfare recipients in jobs.
There is no white smoke following the third vote of the papal conclave, meaning no new pope has been selected.
Reuters reports that “Angry Birds” will be launched as a cartoon series this weekend.