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Pockets of powerful storms move across viewing area

THURSDAY - JULY 14, 2011

Did you get caught in the storms this afternoon?  Talk about heavy rain and strong winds! Hail, too.  Rich Thomas is scanning the sky with the area's only LIVE doppler radar to see if the evening will be calmer.  Join us starting next at 6!

The new and improved Cramton Bowl is unveiled tonight with the All Star Sports Week football game.  We'll have live reports from there - weather permitting. (We can't put up our transmitting antenna if there's lightning in the area.)  Either way, we've got great pictures of the new pavilion along Madison Avenue, new concession areas and perhaps most important all new bathrooms!  From our perspective, the new press box alone is worth the price of admission.

The State House corruption trial continues...with more emotionally charged exchanges between defense lawyers and prosecution witness, Jarrod Massey.  We'll tell you the new information that came from Massey's testimony.

And, thanks to generous neighbors and total strangers, the Kowliga Volunteer Fire Department is back in business on Lake Martin.  The fire house was destroyed by the April 27th tornado.  We'll take you back for a "before and after" comparison.

Hope you'll join us at 6, 9 (on 12.2) and 10!

See you on the set.

Bob H.

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