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A Look At What's Coming Up on News Leader 9 at 11

Good Evening, I'm Barbara Gauthier in the WTVM Newsroom.  I hope you'll join us tonight for News Leader 9 at 11.  Here's a look at some of the stories we're working on right now for the broadcast.

Veterans Say They Need More Benefits

There may be a large military community in the Columbus area, but local Vets say that doesn't mean they're getting the services they need.  Many of them rallied tonight calling for more and better benefits.  News Leader 9's Curtis McCloud was at the rally and will tell us what changes the veterans want.

Ball Crashes Through School Bus Window

One Harris County student was hurt tonight after a billiard ball was thrown through a bus window.  It happened as the school's softball team was returning from a game in Lee County. We'll look at what investigators have determined so far.

Construction More than Facelift for Auburn Building

Despite rumors of excessive costs for the renovation of one of Auburn University's aging buildings, it appears that construction is not just a beautification project, but a necessity. We'll explain why the business building is getting more than just an expensive facelift.

Join us for these stories and much more tonight on News Leader 9 at 11.

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  • Water moccasin invades home, puts family into action

    Water moccasin invades home, puts family into action

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    This water moccasin entered a family's home. (Photo courtesy Krystal King)This water moccasin entered a family's home. (Photo courtesy Krystal King)

    An unwelcome visitor was cause for some tense moments and quick action in the King household Saturday morning. Krystal King says it was about 7 a.m. when Stephen, her oldest son, came into his parents' room to notify them about the "big snake in the bathroom."

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    An unwelcome visitor was cause for some tense moments and quick action in the King household Saturday morning. Krystal King says it was about 7 a.m. when Stephen, her oldest son, came into his parents' room to notify them about the "big snake in the bathroom."

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