News presenters for recent local newscasts produced by WKRG-TV, WALA-TV, and WPMI-TV had different ways of referring to the bridge on Interstate 65 over the Mobile River between Mobile County and Baldwin County while presenting reports about hunters discovering a human skull under the on Saturday, February 16th. The news presenters for WKRG-TV referred to the bridge by both its official name, the General W. K. (Walter King) Wilson, Jr. Bridge, and its nickname "The Dolly Parton Bridge", the news presenters for WPMI-TV referred to the bridge only by its nickname, and the news presenters for WALA-TV referred to the bridge only by its official name.
You may access videos of the first reports WKRG-TV and WPMI-TV broadcast in regards to the skull by visiting their official World Wide Web sites (or by selecting these hyperlinks: WKRG-TV video and WPMI-TV video).
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