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Tuskegee Fire; Debt Standoff

FRIDAY

JULY 15, 2011

 

GOOD MORNING!

FIREFIGHTERS WERE ON THE SCENE MOST OF THE NIGHT TRYING TO PUT OUT A FIRE IN TUSKEGEE. AUTHORITIES ARE STILL WORKING TO DETERMINE THE CAUSE OF THE BIG BLAZE AT TUSKEGEE UNIVERSITY. IT HAPPENED IN THE WEST COMMONS DORMITORY. WE'LL HAVE THE LATEST, INCLUDING EYEWITNESS VIDEO AND WHAT PLANS ARE FOR THE STUDENTS WHO WERE STAYING THERE.

A LOCAL GROUP WATCHING THE DEBT TALKS CLOSELY...WANTS ALABAMA CONGRESSWOMAN MARTHA ROBY TO SIGN A PLEDGE TO CAP SPENDING AND BALANCE THE BUDGET. ABOUT 20 MEMBERS OF THE WETUMPKA TEA PARTY SHOWED UP AT ROBY'S OFFICE AND REQUESTED SHE SIGN THEIR PLEDGE. DID SHE SIGN IT? FIND OUT ON TODAY IN ALABAMA.

YOU'LL BE ABLE TO GET SOME GREAT PRODUCE TODAY ON THE LAWN OF THE STATE CAPITAL. TODAY IS THE FIRST OF THREE MARKET DAYS TO BE HELD ON THE CAPITOL GROUNDS THIS SUMMER. WE'LL HAVE ALL THE DETAILS ABOUT WHEN YOU CAN GO SHOPPING FOR ALABAMA-GROWN PRODUCE IN DOWNTOWN MONTGOMERY!

THOSE STORIES, PLUS YOUR LATEST DOPPLER 12 STORMVISION FORECAST FROM METEOROLOGIST JOSH JOHNSON,  5-7AM ON WSFA 12 NEWS.

SEE YOU AT 5!

TONYA TERRY

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