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Freedom Riders in Alabama; Alabamian Gives Weekly Address

Friday

May 13, 2011

 

Good Morning!

We are following a new group of Freedom Riders as they retrace the historic route taken by bus riders back in 1961. We'll tell you where they will be today and how you can be a part of the commemoration.

Congresswoman Martha Roby has the honor of giving the weekly Republican address this Saturday. Find out what will be included in her remarks and where you can watch her speech live.

Also on Today in Alabama, a live report from the new farm in downtown Montgomery. There's a big event planned today that you and the family might want to check out! Reporter Bethany Wales will tell us all about it.

Those stories, plus breaking news and your Doppler 12 Stormvision Forecast this morning from 5-7 on WSFA 12 News!

TGIF!

Tonya Terry

 

 

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