Hello on this Monday. This is Jason Dennis in the WTVM newsroom. Here's what we are working on for the news at 5, 6, and 11!
A Columbus family is demands answers right now, after a man is shot to death. Hear from the victim's cousin, as police try to nab a suspect.
We also have new information on an officer-involved shooting, where police say a man hit an officer with his car in an attempt to flee. News leader 9's Dante Renzulli went to West Point to find out who a police officer shot and more about what happened.
Bullying is not going away in some local schools. Tonight, we talk to a Columbus mother who claims her 14-year-old daughter was bullied by a male classmate. We'll tell you where, plus have reaction from the Muscogee County school district.
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