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There is more evidence that points to academic wrong doing in the Selma City Schools System. According to a state intervention team, test scores may have been manipulated starting at the elementary school level. Tonight, on WSFA 12 News at 6, reporter Bryan Henry is in Selma where he'll explain just how close the school system is to losing hundreds of thousands of dollars.

At 5, WSFA 12 News obtains court documents show a Dothan woman, allegedly killed by her ex-husband, sought her divorce in November based on abuse claims, and there's more that we've learned about the days leading up to her death. 46-year-old Willie Charles Toney is charged with capital murder in the death of 39-year-old Rebecca Jackson.

Governor Bentley is threatening a veto if some of his demands are not met in regards to the state's Education Budget. Are members of his own party worried? Not at all. Raycom political reporter Max Reiss explains why.

The 49th annual Bridge Crossing Jubilee is in full swing in Selma. It commemorates the 1965 historic march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge better known as Bloody Sunday.

It seems more people are choosing Montgomery as a vacation spot! According to the State Tourism Department, tourism to Alabama's capital city and county is up! We'll tell you just how much visitors spent last year.

For more news weather and sports join us tonight at 5 and 6 on WSFA 12 News.

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Valorie Lawson

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