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Mad as a Hornet; we'll show you the signs at noon

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Giving back to local people in need is the mission of one of our guests today. Local College students from Trenholm State Technical College, are hosting an event called, "Give a Can, Feed Family" They are aiming to fill up an 18-wheeler trailer from their truck driving school. The students will LIVE on the show with the details on how you can help.

Are you looking for something to do with the family this Saturday? St. Michael's Episcopal Church in Millbrook has something for the whole family. The church is hosting an Arts and Crafts Kids Carnival, Bake sale and Silent Auction. This event will be on the grounds of the church and will happen rain or shine. We have all the details coming up in a LIVE interview.

If you are interested in some great food, or if you're just looking to build a stronger future, there is an event on Thursday that you don't want to miss. ASU will be hosting a Bridge Builders Breakfast and LIVE on the show we have Dr. Thomas Vocino to give you all the details.

All of this plus your updated forecast all starting at 11:00 a.m. on Alabama Live!

Coming up on WSFA 12 News at Noon we have more information about the forensic audit's preliminary findings released yesterday about ASU. We will also discuss the appearance of signs around the campus and areas near ASU and the upcoming Board of Trustees meeting.

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