, New Year's Fire Tragedy, The Big Chill Heads Our Way, Outback Bowl Reaction

Good Evening I'm Barbara Gauthier in the WTVM newsroom. Here are some of the stories we're working on for News Leader 9 at 11...

Get Ready to Bundle Up                                                                                                            Temperatures are expected to be in the teens and 20s throughout the night...prompting local apartment complexes to remind residents to keep the heat on and run water to prevent pipes from bursting. We've got the latest on what we can expect across the valley.

 Family Coping with New Year'sTragedy                                                                                        An autopsy is scheduled for tomorrow after a two year old boy dies in a New Year's fire. Jaylen Jackson died after a house on 32nd Avenue in Columbus. Officials say two other people inside the home were able to escape the blaze.

Hogs Gone Wild in Midland                                                                                                           People in Midland, near Rambling Trail, have a big problem... so big... they have named it Hogzilla. A pack of wild hogs leaving a mess.  We've got the latest on what these animals are doing.

Ranger Runs for a Cause                                                                                                                     A local Ranger is running hundreds of miles to raise awareness about the issues soldiers face when returning home from service.  But that's not the only reason he's running.

Join us for these stories plus reaction and highlights from the Outback Bowl, all tonight on News Leader 9 at 11.