Exclusive Preview of News at 6 and 11

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

An interracial military couple from Columbus, after eating at a restaurant in Atlanta, found the phrase "Jungle Fever" written on their valet ticket. Tonight, hear from this outraged wife and husband about the discrimination. We also have statements from the valet company and restaurant involved.

Auburn police make an arrest after an early morning bank robbery in East Alabama. We show you who is in custody and how he tried to get away from the scene.

WTVM sports director Dave Platta will join us LIVE from California at 6pm with a special preview of the BCS championship, with just 4 days until Auburn's battle with Florida State. News Leader 9's Annie Hubbell is also in CA, sharing the story of a die-hard Auburn fan and wounded warrior who's been given the chance to attend Monday's big game in Pasadena.

The temperatures in our area are expected to drop to the mid 20's tonight. We'll hear the latest from chief meteorologist Derek Kinkade on the cold snap in the Chattahoochee Valley. We also have winter safety tips to keep you and your family safe and warm. Also, find out more about the monster winter blast expected to blanket most of the U.S. with snow.

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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