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Good evening to you! This is Jason Dennis in our WTVM newsroom. Here's what we are working on for the news at 5, 6 and 11!

We will start with BREAKING news, as News Leader 9's Curtis Mccloud is on the scene of a Columbus woman's very suspicious death off Thomas Street.

A local man accused of murdering a CSU student and wounding several others, in a New Year's Day mass shooting at a Columbus sports bar, appeared before a judge today. We were in court and have the latest on this case.

After a recent contamination scare, the Water Authority in one East Alabama city is looking at ways to keep their water safe. We'll tell you where and what new precautions they are taking.

The 17-year-old Russell County High School student, charged with attempted assault for reportedly plotting a terror attack on his school, is out of jail on bond. We reached out to Derek Shrout's family today.

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