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Corruption Trial Latest

Friday

June 17, 2011

 

Good Morning!

 

The jury in the statehouse corruption trial gets a long weekend. Find out why jurors won't have to report to the federal courthouse today on Today in Alabama.

Also on the newscast this morning, a timely fundraiser that bears a familiar name. We'll tell you what one group of guys with something in common are doing to help the small Alabama town of Phil Campbell.

And when "The Green Lantern" premieres in theaters, one young actor who went to school in Montgomery and Birmingham will share a special time with his dad this Father's Day weekend. They'll both get to watch as he stars in the film! We'll have his story on Today in Alabama!

Watch those stories and get your Doppler 12 Stormvision Forecast this morning from 5-7 on WSFA 12 News.

See you soon,

Tonya Terry

 

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