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Judge denies Gambling Corruption Delay

December 14, 2010

Tuesday

 

A bill banning state legislators from hiding "pass through pork" is now headed to the Governor for his signature.  The senate unanimously passed the measure today.  It's the first of Governor Riley's ethics and campaign finance bills. We'll have reaction tonight at five.

A Federal Judge has refused to delay the April 4th trial date for 11 people accused of buying and selling votes on pro-gambling legislation in Montgomery. Nine of the 11 defendants wanted a delay because they said they needed more time to review thousands of documents.

A man charged with setting the historic Hotel Tallassee on fire will spend 30 months in the county jail and you won't be believe the fine he'll have to pay. 1 million dollars.  17 year old Dylan Carroll pleaded guilty to arson, burglary and criminal mischief. We'll have more tonight at six.

A Smiths Station high school student is in trouble for bringing a gun to school.  The unloaded the 9mm was located on campus.  The student has not been charged but will face disciplinary action from the school.

Join us for these stories plus your Doppler 12 Storm vision Forecast tonight @ 5&6 on WSFA 12 News.  

See yak,

Valorize Lawson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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