Here are some observations of WALA-TV's local morning news program ("FOX 10 News in the Morning") during its new regular time period on Monday, January 27th (8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.).
- The first segment broadcast during the new time period had live video of Steve Alexander Ozenovich, a news reporter for the station, conducting an interview with Martha Peek, the superintendent of the Mobile County Public School System, about frozen precipitation predicted to affect Mobile County by Tuesday, January 28th (he had interview her about the same subject during the last hour of the program).
- The news presenters for the program (Eric Reynolds and Sarah Wall) continued to provide the current time on a frequent basis and reintroduce their selves after commercial breaks.
- Part of a live news conference held by William Sandys (Sandy) Stimpson, the mayor of Mobile, was broadcast for a few minutes (he was talking about the person who had chosen to be the new permanent chief of the Mobile Fire-Rescue Department, the current interim chief of the department named Paul Smith).
- The last few minutes of the program included live video of Letisha Bush, a news reporter for the station, conducting an interview with William Stimpson (he talked about the frozen precipitation predicted to affect Mobile County by Tuesday, January 28th).
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