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Final Debate, Man Killed on Birthday, Education Discussion in Montgomery

Good Tuesday morning.  Here's what's coming up this morning on Today in Alabama:

The final presidential debate is in the books.  President Barack Obama and GOP challenger Mitt Romney spent much of last night debating foreign policy.   Today Vice President Joe Biden and VP candidate Paul Ryan will be on the Today Show to weigh in on last night's debate.  Election day is two weeks from today, November 6th.

A sad story from south Alabama, where a man was beaten to death on his birthday by one of his friends.  Police say Daniel Tuttle was celebrating his 31st birthday in Daphne when things got out of control.  Police say he got into an argument with his friend, 25-year old Michael Bain, he was hit in the head and died.  Bain is now charged with manslaughter.

Montgomery leaders want you to be part of a community forum on education.  The discussion will take place at Carver High School tonight at 6:15.  Before that meeting, don't forget to join us for a special edition of Alabama Live today at 11 a.m.   Montgomery mayor Todd Strange, MPS superintendent Barbara Thompson, and county commission chair Elton Dean will join us to talk about the Montgomery public school system.  We'll take your emailed questions and phone calls and dig in to some of the big challenges the school system is facing.

We'll see you at 5 a.m. on Today in Alabama.

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