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PRESIDENT TALKS DEBT

 

Phones on capitol hill could soon be ringing off the hook.  Tonight, in a prime time address, President Obama urged Americans to contact their representative to demand a fair and balanced compromise in the debt debate. At 10 we recap his speech and get the Republican response.

The recession may be over but economist say jobs are slow to follow. In Alabama unemployment is up! Samuel King talks to an economist who takes a look at the numbers.

Authorities in Lowdnes county say they have a suspect in custody after a manhunt that lead them on a chase from the interstate into the woods. At 10 a look back at how it all started.

And, in the Federal Corruption trial the prosecution is close to resting its case. A look back at today's proceedings.

Join us for these stories plus your weather and sports tonight at 5 and 6 on WSFA 12 News.

See ya then,

Valorie Lawson

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