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There's a new face at WAFF 48!

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There's a new face at WAFF 48!

Please help me welcome my new Co-Anchor this morning, Trent Butler. I'll be the girl standing on phone books next to him because he's super tall. He's also very talented and a big family man. We'll be chatting it up at 5:10, 5:40, 6:10, 6:40 this morning so you guys can get to know him.

It's always good to be nice to your neighbors but if there's an issue, let the police handle it. Apparently, a Cullman man didn't. &0 year-old Jack Wilson is in jail this morning accused shooting his neighbor. He's no charged with attempted and whole bunch of other things. You have to hear why police say the neighbors got in to it at 5:00 a.m. & 6:00 a.m.

Will UAB football get back on the field or stay sidelined? We'll find out today.

Some over night storms making way for some fog to build up this morning. Meteorologist David Ernst is tracking the chance for more wet weather in his Weather On The Tens.

The summer feeding program kicks off today for Huntsville City Schools. It was super popular last year where thousands of kids showed up for breakfast at their neighborhood school which goes to show the need for a good, healthy meal even without having to go to class. Muriel Bailey will break down all the info for you parents out there at 5:00 & 6:00 a.m.

Today, the government isn't storing millions of Americans cell phone data. At least for the time being. Debate in the wee-hours of the morning couldn't get lawmakers on the same page meaning the Patriot Act expires. Some say we're less safe today but we'll explore this complicated issue It's a complicated issue at 5:00 & 6:00 a.m.

Join me for WAFF 48 News Today. Trent & I will see you in a minute. I'm welcoming June with open arms, have a great day!

--Margo

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