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Olympic behind the scenes; Father reacts to charges; More storms

WAVE 3 News Anchor Janelle MacDonald WAVE 3 News Anchor Janelle MacDonald

It's the eve of the Olympics!

Who else is excited for the start of the London Games??? I know I am.  We've got plenty of behind the scenes stories on the eve of the Opening Ceremony when you join Scott Reynolds and me for WAVE 3 News at 11!

The father of the 14 year old who was found beaten to death behind Liberty High School calls today an early Christmas as he learns the stepfather of Trey Zwicker has been charged in his death.  He spoke to WAVE 3's Katie Bauer tonight.

Plus, luck was not with a New Albany man.  Police say his drug operation was busted when he had to call emergency crews to his home.

And, we saw some damage earlier this evening when storms came through but WAVE 3's Brian Goode says we're not done with the rain yet.  He'll track the storms and tell us what to expect as you wake up tomorrow.

Make sure to check out our Olympic Zone on wave3.com before the Olympics start tomorrow night!!

We'll see you at 11:00 after Rock Center with Brian Williams.

Janelle MacDonald
Anchor, WAVE 3 News at 5, 6 and 11 p.m.
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