Ryan Delfin with the ARC of Tuscaloosa County and Jennifer Davis with Easter Seals talk about a very big day coming up for hundreds of non-profit agencies across the state.
Cameron Smith from the Alabama Policy Institute discusses his organization's take on the big issues in Alabama's new legislative session, which is about to begin in Montgomery.
Zelia Baugh, commissioner of the Alabama Department of Mental Health, discusses possible policy changes in Montgomery, which may affect a variety of departments and programs across our state.
Landon Hagler from the Tuscaloosa Metro Animal Shelter visits with the pet of the week. The puppy named Michael is looking for a forever home here in West Alabama.
Michelle Walton from the Talladega College Alumni Chapter of Greater Tuscaloosa is here to discuss a scholarship named after a well known Tuscaloosan. The scholarship will help one eager student pursue their degree.
Nikki Richardson is here to discuss the Big Brother Big Sisters program, which offers kids all over West Alabama a special someone to spend time with.
How good of a job is Alabama doing with their young people? Teresa Costanzo is here from Tuscaloosa's Promise to discuss the Doing What Matters for Alabama's Children.
WVUA News at Ten. Airdate: January 31, 2012.
Anchor: John Huddleston
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