December 6, 2011
Former Governor Don Siegelman is going to have to wait a while longer to find out if he'll go back to prison. He's out on bond appealing federal corruption convictions. Find out why the re-sentencing is on hold again this morning on Today in Alabama.
Also, Alabama's immigration law is back in the news today. That's because Governor Robert Bentley felt the need to reach out to foreign companies to reassure them about doing business with the state. 2 foreign auto workers have been arrested since the new law took effect only to have the charges dropped.
Plus, an Elmore County man is behind bars accused of killing his cousin. Police say it started over money...less than a hundred bucks. We'll take a look at where the investigation stands this morning on Today in Alabama.
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