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Tuscaloosa take down under investigation

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    Many people are talking about a Tuscaloosa take down on social media this morning.  Good morning, Trent Butler here. A video shows Tuscaloosa police using a taser and a baton on two people during a call about loud music at an apartment complex.  This morning, we'll tell you what's next in this investigation. 
    University of Missouri football players are promising to sit out this week's game unless the school's president is fired or he steps down.  The players claim Missouri's president isn't offering solutions to a problem of racism on campus. 
   It's a raw, rainy morning!  David Ernst will let you know what to expect for the morning commute and when things dry out. Join David, Margo Gray and me as we kick off the work together on WAFF 48 News Today! 

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