June 3, 2011
There were three shootings in the Capital City while you slept last night. One person was found shot on Kingswood Drive at Mobile Highway. Two other victims were found at another location. None of the injuries are considered life-threatening. No arrests have been made.
The Troy University mascot, T-Roy is missing in action! At least the costume is. After one person used it and took it home, it was taken from that off-campus residence. Police hope someone out there can help them find T-Roy.
We'll have all the details of this weekend's Coosa River Whitewater Festival! It's going on all weekend long. Find out how you can get in on the fun!
Those stories, plus the latest sports and your weekend forecast, all straight ahead on Today in Alabama on WSFA 12 News!
See you soon,
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