New York – DAYTON, Ohio (AP) - There are 16 more first-round games scheduled for today's second day of the NCAA men's basketball tournament. Louisville, the top seed overall, sees its first action this evening when it plays Morehead State, the winner of the play-in game Tuesday night.
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - The biggest upset on opening day of the tournament belonged to Western Kentucky. The 12th-seeded Hilltoppers beat fifth-seed Illinois 76-72 in the South Regional and will take on Gonzaga next.
Montgomery, Alabama – Montgomery County Sheriff's Deputies have one man in custody in the double murders in Ramer. 29 year old Courtney Nobles is behind bars charged with the murders of Mark Teague and Kenneth Ray Johnson. Deputies are still looking for 28 year old Derrick Jones who also faces murder charges.
Sheriff's officials say Teague and Johnson were shot to death outside a home on Sugar Cane Road in Ramer around 8:15 Wednesday night following an argument.
Montgomery, Alabama – Few details are available in the murder investigation underway in the capital City.
Montgomery Police Major Huey Thornton says they are not releasing the name of the victim, but the 34 year old man was shot several times and apparently fell over a second story guard rail at Town Plaza Motel early Tuesday.
Police are not releasing a motive in the city's 8th homicide so far this year.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Montgomery police at 241-2651 or the Secret Witness line 262-4000.
Anniston, Alabama – (AP) - The actor best known as "Borat" is at it again in Alabama. Officials confirmed Monday that Sacha Baron Cohen recently tricked the Alabama National Guard into allowing him onto a post in Anniston, giving him a military uniform and briefly letting him go through officer training exercises. The ruse was going well until a young cadet recognized Cohen, who is filming a new movie. State military officials aren't happy about being taken in by the stunt, which occurred Feb. 13 at the Alabama Military Academy.
Montgomery, Alabama – (AP) - Alabama State is hoping this year's NCAA tournament appearance doesn't end with a loss to Morehead State. The two schools will meet on Tuesday in Dayton, Ohio, for the right to take on top-seeded Louisville on Friday.
The Southwestern Athletic Conference champions last made the NCAA tournament in 2004.
You can catch all of the action on WVAS 90.7 FM beginning at 6L30 p.m. Tuesday. You can watch the Hornets play on ESPN.