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WSFA 12 News First at Four premieres today!

Monday - September 12, 2011

Welcome to news an hour earlier - 4 PM

WSFA 12 News First at Four begins today!  We're calling it "news in progress" - often your first chance to watch stories that will continue to develop during the course of the afternoon and evening.  We'll have stories from our city and region as well as world and national topics. 

At 4 today - the Tea Party debate, LIVE coverage of the Navistar LPGA Classic in Prattville, the first day for the public to go inside the 9/11 Memorial in New York City, and the company recalling ground turkey packages expands its recall after more illnesses are reported.

At 5, Auburn University President Dr. Jay Gouge reacts to the prospect of Auburn moving into the East Division of the SEC if the league expands.

And, at 6, the latest on preparations for the retrial of the state house corruption case.  Today, our Max Reiss tells us the judge has released the timetable for attorneys in the months leading up to the January 9th start of the second trial.

Plus, Rich Thomas joins us with more on our scant rain chances through the weekend.

Hope you'll be with us starting at 4...that's right...an hour earlier!

I'll see you in the 4:30-5:00pm segment of First at Four and again on the set at 6.

Bob H.

 

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