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The Columbus mother, who lost her 1-year-old son in a day care fire, is hoping for answers, now that the GBI is investigating the city's fire department. We have a one-on-one interview in this WTVM exclusive.
The man accused of poisoning Auburn's Toomers oak trees was back in court today. We have a full report from our East Alabama newsroom, and will tell you why Harvey Updyke was led away in handcuffs.
It only took a few seconds for a Sumter County woman to become a millionaire! Hear from the lucky lotto winner on her new fortune...and if she's quitting her job.
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