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Good evening, this is Jason Dennis at WTVM. Here's what we are working on for the news at 6 and 11!

There are new developments in the saga involving a former Alabama superintendent of the year, surprisingly bought out of his contract last month. Larry Dichiara striking back and taking the Phenix City board of education to court. We'll have more details on the lawsuit filed on Christmas Eve.

Thousands of people did not get their ordered Christmas gifts shipped to them in time, but Amazon and others are doing something to help those affected. Hear from a customer in our area who was disappointed about not getting gifts in time.

There are emergency needs for a certain type of blood for an area organization that supplies 100% of the blood supply for the East Alabama Medical Center. Find out how you can help today and tomorrow, while getting the chance to win some big prizes.

The hustle and bustle of the holiday season is now over, but as people across the Valley pack away the decorations, we'll explain how you can get rid of the trash, tree, and more - while helping the environment.

And it appears we won't have a U.S. government shutdown for at least 2 more years. Get details on a new budget bill signed by President Obama late today.

Tell your friends, then join us for these stories and more tonight at 6 and 11!

See ya then,

 Jason Dennis

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