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A trooper car every 10 miles...

"Operation 10 Miles" begins tomorrow.

Expect to see a lot of Alabama State Troopers on the main arteries in the state tomorrow - one of the busiest travel days of the year.  In fact, there will be a trooper vehicle in place every ten miles along many of the highways leading to the Florida beach destinations.  Reporter Samuel King will have details during the news at 10.

Local authorities are awaiting a toxicology report from the Department of Forensics on a man's body found in a car in the northeastern corner of the county.  Investigators believe the man had been dead for several days - long enough to make it difficult to determine the cause of death.

The city of Auburn welcomes yet another manufacturing company to it's Research Park North.  This time it's the Korean company Honam's first American facility will make fiber reinforced thermoplastics often used by automakers.  The company expects to hire about 30 workers initially. 

And, a couple of retail development stories from Montgomery.  We'll explore the resurgence of the Zelda Road/Midtown areas and explain legislation that could be a major incentive for more development downtown.

Plus another baseball spring training report on the Rays and Biscuits....and a new weekend forecast that changes the days we can expect rain.  You'll want to check it out.

Hope you'll join us tonight at 10.

I'll see you on the set!

Bob Howell

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