Good evening from the WBRC FOX6 Newsroom. This is Jonathan Hardison with a look at the stories we're following for you tonight:
Nursing home closing down in Trussville
Our newest reporter/anchor Lydia Hu is not only a great journalist she’s also a lawyer and she’s been putting both skill sets to work tonight digging into the past of the Golden Living Center in Trussville, which we (and patients’ families) just learned today is closing in about a month because of a series of violations. On WBRC FOX6 News at 9, Lydia’s getting a better idea of just what kind of problems investigators found, the fines this facility’s been paying and why families had no idea there were problems until the doors were about to shut.
Uber or no Uber
Uber or no Uber? How tired are we all of that question? It may be coming to an end with a vote tonight by Homewood to allow ridesharing in that city and tonight, new on WBRC FOX6 NEWS at 10, our John Huddleston is talking not only to Homewood but to Birmingham City Council President Johnathan Austin about the big Uber vote in his chamber tomorrow and whether you’ll finally be able to activate the Uber app in town by New Year’s Eve.
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