Welcome back... We take a look at some top headlines around the country.
We start off with two professional players appearing in court today... Who play on the same team.
Here's what's making headlines for this Wednesday... July 24.
Aaron Hernandez was in court today... For his probable cause hearing.
But a judge has delayed it for another month.
Hernandez is a former tight end for the New England patriots.
He was dismissed by the team earlier this year... When he was arrested for the death of semi-pro player Odin Lloyd.
He is charged with pre-meditated murder for that killing... And police also investigate him for an unsolved double homicide in Boston from 2012.
Patriots Coach Bill Belichick spoke on the incident for the first time during a press conference earlier today.
He said the actions of this player do not represent how the New England Patriots want to do things.
"Having someone in your organization involved in a murder investigation is a terrible thing. And, after consultation with ownership, we acted swiftly and decisively.
"This case involves an individual who happened to be a New England Patriot and we certainly do not condone unacceptable behavior"
Hernandez is being held without bond... And his hearing has been moved to August 22nd.
Alfonzo dennard... Another member of the New England Patriots... Was in court today as well.
The defensive back faces misdemeanor D-U-I charges... From an arrest earlier this month.
He is already serving two years probation for assaulting a police officer in April 2012.
And this new charge could complicate things for him.
A judge is considering whether or not Dennard's charges are a violation of his probation.
In North Carolina... A flight was delayed for almost three hours... Thanks to a swarm of bees.
The U-S airways flight was expected to leave Charlotte at 1:15 this afternoon bound for Indianapolis... But didn't get airborne until almost 4 o clock.
The bees apparently liked the vehicle that pulls planes from the gate...because they wouldn't leave it.
Passengers were kept on the plane... But eventually a beekeeper managed to round up the swarm so the plane could take off.
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In a show of solidarity... Former president George H-W Bush shaved is head... For the two year old son of a secret service member.
The child is being treated for leukemia...and has started losing his hair.
Many of the members of the former president's secret service detail had already shaved their heads... When the 89 year old surprised them all by going under the razor himself.
Members of Bush's protective division have also launched a website to assist with medical bills for the child.
The Bushes lost their second child to leukemia almost 60 years ago... And when they heard of the fundraising efforts... They made a donation as well... And the former president decided to shave his head.
And in keeping with their trend to do things their own way.. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge announced the name of their child 48 hours after his birth.
Prince William was named a week after his birth... And his father Prince Charles was named during his Christening almost a month after birth.
The newborn prince's official title is his royal highness prince george of cambridge.
His full name... George Alexander Louis.
And those are just some of the stories making headlines this Wednesday July 24.
In state news...
A vote is expected today that will clear the way for construction of a new Falcons stadium on a site that would NOT require the demolition of two churches.
Although negotiations are still underway to relocate Friendship Baptist Church and Mount Vernon Baptist church, the talks have stalled and there's an August first deadline approaching.
The vote by a state committee would authorize site work north of the Georgia Dome, a half mile from the nearest MARTA station.
Stadium backers call the north site Plan B -- they prefer the site south of the Dome, where the two churches now occupy the property.
Attention is shifting to a second site for a stadium that would be the new home for the Atlanta Falcons.
A deadline to buy two churches on the stadium's preferred site is just over a week away, and no deal with the congregations has been reached.