A Look Ahead to 5 & 6

Hope you're have a great Thursday. Here's are some of the stories you'll see on WTVM tonight on the news at 5 and 6:

Big changes are on the way for the burned-out building that used to be the old Swift Mill in Columbus. We have the latest in a live report.

2012 has seen an increase in the number of murders, already equaling the last year's number, and the year before. We break down the numbers, see where the murders are happening in the city, and we investigate what's behind the surge.

The Crimson Caravan has made its way to Columbus, and University of Alabama head football coach Nick Saban met with hundreds of soldiers from Fort Benning. News Leader 9's Mackenzie Zaragoza will join us LIVE from the National Infantry Museum.

Tell your friends, then join us for these stories and more tonight at 5 and 6!

See ya then,

Jason Dennis

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