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TONIGHT AT 10: Decatur inmate has escaped in Huntsville

Good evening,

We have a lot of breaking news for you tonight.

A Decatur inmate has escaped from his assigned job location tonight. Tory Mondale Elliott, 36, left from his Huntsville job location at 6:30 p.m. We will have the latest on him and what to do if you happen to see him or know his whereabouts.

We are staying on top of breaking news that we first brought you today at 5. Franklin White will continue covering a house fire where three people were burned after a gas heater blew up in their face. 

And for you craft beer drinkers, we will have an update on House Bill 176. You may be one step closer to filling your beer growler right at the source!

We hope to see you tonight,

Kim

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