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Tonya interviews The Biggest Loser's Bob Harper on Alabama Live!

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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

It's back! Fifteen contestants including the show's first celebrity player, Alabama Native and former American Idol Reuben Studdard are all hoping for a 2nd chance. LIVE on the show we have one show's trainers Bob Harper. Harper will discuss the details and what you can expect this season.

Are you looking for a job or know someone who is? Leaders here in Montgomery are looking to help residents find jobs. The 2nd annual career and job fair, sponsored by the ideal district 6, is this Thursday October 17th.  Doing a live interview to talk more about the fair is Montgomery City Councilman Jon Dow along with Ann Clemons.

October is not only Breast Cancer Awareness month but also National Bullying Prevention Month and a local high school is taking a stand.  A play entitled "The Skin I'm In", is being performed by local Lee High School students and it presents important issues about bullying. Here to talk more about the play and its premier we have the Director Michelle Summers.

Auburn Montgomery's Continuing Education is hosting another business breakfast series on Wednesday. The guest speaker for the breakfast is the former president and CEO of Walmart Bill Fields. Fields will be discussing leadership lessons using Occam's Razor, the belief that simpler may be more productive. We have all the details on how you can go coming up.

What will your work week's weather look like? Meteorologist Monica Tassoni will give you the updated forecast!

This and more starting at 11:00 a.m. on Alabama Live!

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