Controversial pardon situation settled - - Jackson, MS

Controversial pardon situation settled

Happy Friday morning from WLBT's Brandon Artiles!

You're waking up to 55 degrees and the peaceful sound of a light rain outside your window.  Makes you want to rollover and hit the snooze. If you can't get away with that then meteorologist Paul Williams will be happy to tell you how long the rain will stick around in his First Alert Forecast.

Making headlines, the state Supreme Court ruled that former Governor Haley Barbour's pardons were constitutionally valid. From the former governor to the attorney general, we have the reaction of the power players involved, coming up on the A.M. Report.

While Ron Paul stays on the sidelines Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney have been criss-crossing the Magnolia State seeking your vote in next Tuesday's MS primary. 3 On Your Side's Jewell Hillery will join us with a live report previewing a campaign rally for Romney in the Capital City this morning.

Plus, in tech news, Ridgeland based C Spire wireless is unveiling faster mobile broadband service. Find out when it will be available and where in consumer news you can use.

All those stories and much more are headed your way at the top of the hour.

Please join us from 5 to 7.

Have a great Friday and an even better weekend!


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