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General Manager Holly Steuart brings two editorials a week to WTVM. These editorials are now presented during various newscasts throughout the week.  If you would like to respond to an editorial, write to:

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  • WTVM Editorial 6/12/18: The gift of life

    WTVM Editorial 6/12/18: The gift of life

    Monday, June 18 2018 5:59 PM EDT2018-06-18 21:59:11 GMT
    Corbin Simpson and LaShonda Brown before heading into surgery. (Source: Corbin Simpson)Corbin Simpson and LaShonda Brown before heading into surgery. (Source: Corbin Simpson)

    (WTVM) - Organ donation is one of the most self-less gifts we can give to one another. Whether it is a living gift of bone marrow, or a kidney or a gift after death that gives someone else a healthy liver, or the ability to see again or to hear a healthy heart beating in their chest, organ donation is truly a medical miracle. Just such a gift was the subject of an exclusive News Leader 9 story last week. Reporter Sharifa Jackson told us how 19-year-old Corbin Simpson of Phenix City ...

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    (WTVM) - Organ donation is one of the most self-less gifts we can give to one another. Whether it is a living gift of bone marrow, or a kidney or a gift after death that gives someone else a healthy liver, or the ability to see again or to hear a healthy heart beating in their chest, organ donation is truly a medical miracle. Just such a gift was the subject of an exclusive News Leader 9 story last week. Reporter Sharifa Jackson told us how 19-year-old Corbin Simpson of Phenix City ...

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  • WTVM Editorial 6/12/18: See and be seen

    WTVM Editorial 6/12/18: See and be seen

    Tuesday, June 12 2018 10:30 AM EDT2018-06-12 14:30:59 GMT
    Georgia and Alabama are both in the top 13 of states with the fastest growing percentage of pedestrian accidents. (Source: WTVM)Georgia and Alabama are both in the top 13 of states with the fastest growing percentage of pedestrian accidents. (Source: WTVM)
    Georgia and Alabama are both in the top 13 of states with the fastest growing percentage of pedestrian accidents. (Source: WTVM)Georgia and Alabama are both in the top 13 of states with the fastest growing percentage of pedestrian accidents. (Source: WTVM)

    (WTVM) - If you think you’re hearing about more fatal pedestrian accidents lately than ever before, it’s because there has been a sharp increase in deadly vehicle-pedestrian incidents. One of the latest tragedies occurred on Buena Vista in Columbus, when a 30-year-old man was killed when a driver struck him late at night. That driver is now facing vehicular homicide charges. Georgia and Alabama are both in the top 13 of states with the fastest growing percentage of ...

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    (WTVM) - If you think you’re hearing about more fatal pedestrian accidents lately than ever before, it’s because there has been a sharp increase in deadly vehicle-pedestrian incidents. One of the latest tragedies occurred on Buena Vista in Columbus, when a 30-year-old man was killed when a driver struck him late at night. That driver is now facing vehicular homicide charges. Georgia and Alabama are both in the top 13 of states with the fastest growing percentage of ...

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  • WTVM Editorial 6/5/18: Tweet and consequences

    WTVM Editorial 6/5/18: Tweet and consequences

    Tuesday, June 5 2018 3:56 PM EDT2018-06-05 19:56:31 GMT
    (Source: WTVM)(Source: WTVM)
    (Source: WTVM)(Source: WTVM)

    It was the racist tweet heard ‘round the world. Roseanne Barr apparently couldn’t see or didn’t care about the firestorm that would result from her bigoted tweet targeting an African-American former advisor to President Obama. 

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    It was the racist tweet heard ‘round the world. Roseanne Barr apparently couldn’t see or didn’t care about the firestorm that would result from her bigoted tweet targeting an African-American former advisor to President Obama. 

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