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12 years after the 9-11 terrorist attacks on America, we remember the thousands who were lost on that tragic day. We'll take you to memorials in Pennsylvania, New York City, and an ancient ritual of healing in East Alabama. Also, see how students in Columbus honored the lives lost on September 11, 2001.
A rabid bat discovered at Fort Benning has vets warning the dangers of touch animals with rabies. Newsleader 9 tells you what actions need to be made to protect your children and pets.
It's flu season and doctors are recommending you to get your shots sooner rather than later. We'll explain why and tell you about the new types of vaccines available.
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