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New Jobs; Navistar; Police Brutality

Wednesday

September 14, 2011

 

GOOD MORNING!

THREE PLANTIFFS CLAIM POLICE BRUTALITY AND THEIR CASE WILL BE HEARD IN CIRCUIT COURT...UNLESS THE STATE SUPREME COURT INTERVENES. THE CITY WANTS IT DISMISSED. FIND OUT WHAT A JUDGE HAS TO SAY ABOUT IT.. ON TODAY IN ALABAMA.

280 NEW JOBS ARE COMING TO LEE COUNTY. THE COMPANY - PHARMAVITE - WILL MANUFACTURE SOME OF ITS "NATURE MADE" LINE OF VITAMINS IN A BRAND NEW FACILITY IN OPELIKA. WE'LL TELL YOU WHEN HIRING STARTS AND HOW MUCH THE COMPANY WILL INVEST...THIS MORNING ON TODAY IN ALABAMA.

WE'LL ALSO HAVE A LIVE REPORT THIS MORNING FROM PRATTVILLE WHERE PLAY CONTINUES TODAY IN THE NAVISTAR LPGA CLASSIC! REPORTER MELISSA JOHNSON HAS A REVIEW OF THE ACTION SO FAR AND TELLS US WHAT TO EXPECT IN THE DAY AHEAD IN THE COMPETITION!

THOSE STORIES...PLUS YOUR DOPPLER 12 STORMVISION FORECAST...FROM 5-7AM ON WSFA 12 NEWS! IT'S A GREAT WAY TO START YOUR DAY!

THANKS FOR WATCHING!

TONYA TERRY

 

 

 

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