Friday - May 13, 2011
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More legal maneuvering in the State House corruption case. Defense attorneys admit they hired a company to do telephone polling about their client, Victoryland owner, Milton McGregor. The prosecution now wants anyone contacted in the poll to be removed from the list of potential jurors. And there are a couple of more developments...but you'll have to wait until 6pm to get the rest of the story.
The governor responds to word that fellow republican in the state senate will not bring up his Auburn University trustee nominations during this session. We'll give you Dr. Bentley's viewpoint on the controversial matter.
A small, south Alabama community came together today to remember two young lives lost in a wreck earlier this week. The two young teenaged boys were riding in the back of a pickup truck before they were thrown out during the accident.
And, have you heard? There's a revival underway in Selma...an arts revival, that is. We share the details that we uncovered out along "County Road 12."
Then, Rich updates the rain chances for the rest of the weekend.
We're putting the finishing touches on the newscast for 6...hope you be watching!
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