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Huntsville police focus on body cameras

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Yes, it's early, but here's the good news.

It's FINALLY FRIDAY! This is Trent Butler giving you the scoop on what we're covering for you this morning.

Many people in Huntsville asked for them and

this morning, we're learning that police officers will be getting body cameras. We'll let you know when.

We'll show you video of a high speed chase and let you know how officers ended it.

Thieves are getting BOLDER. Two of them stripped a car of all four tires in broad daylight.

Plus, why some people in Birmingham are eating in the dark. We'll show you why they're wearing blindfolds.

Grab some caffeine or some grits and join us for the Friday edition of WAFF 48 News Today!

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