Happy Friday! This is Jason Dennis, in our WTVM newsroom. Here's what we are working on for the news at 6 & 11:
Mandatory budget cuts, affecting everything from education to the military, are set to go into effect at Midnight. We hit the streets to see how people in our area really feel about sequestration.
A Columbus music producer, accused of child molestation, was back in court today on more charges of sexual misconduct. Hear what police said in court today.
Columbus police say an organized team of criminals is off the streets tonight after several arrests. We have the latest on their crimes and how authorities caught the suspects.
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