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Small plane crashes in Alexander City
ALEXANDER CITY, Ala. —A small plane crashed Sunday morning behind a Taco Bell restaurant on Highway 280 in Alexander City.Courtesy: Alexander City Fire DepartmentAdvertisementThe Alexander City Fire Department reported two people on board were able to get out without injuries before the plane burst
Man dies in wreck on Ga. 140
A man died Saturday after suffering multiple blunt force trauma injuries in a wreck involving a tractor-trailer on Ga. 140 near Big Oak Tree Road in Adairsville, according to Bartow County Coroner Joel Guyton.Bartow Headlines reported the identity of the man as Jason Manning, 45, of Plainville.He wa
Victim's ID released, Suspect Arrested in Montgomery Murder - Alabama News
Police say the men knew each other and had argued before the shooting, Sanders bond is set at $150,000 and he is charged with murder.
Man killed in Busch Street shooting, homicide investigation underway
Liberty Anthony, 50, was shot at about 6:50 p.m. Friday, June 22, in the 900 block of Busch Street. Anthony was taken to the hospital where he later died.
5 charged with drug trafficking in Etowah County
Jevon Levincent English (L) and Misty Walker Willett (R), along with three others, face a drug trafficking charge out of Etowah County. (Etowah County Sheriff's Office)
Crews on scene of plane crash near Montgomery
ALEXANDER CITY, Ala. — Crews with the Alexander City Fire Department are at the scene of a small plane crash behind a Taco Bell. According to a Facebook post from the department, the people inside the plane were able to escape without any injury before the plane caught fire.
THE MUSHROOM HUNTER: For this Anniston man, foraging is ‘a walk in the woods with a purpose’
An Anniston man is spending his days hiking the woods from Alabama to Wisconsin searching for mushrooms and more.“I like to eat mushrooms and I spend too much time in the woods,” said Colin Dunahee. “So, I hunt mushrooms.”Born in Wisconsin, Dunahee started hunting mushrooms at a young age. However,
Mother, toddler reported missing in Rockdale County
Family members say it is uncharacteristic of Danielle McKinley, 34, to do something like this, and they are desperately hoping mom and baby are not in any danger and asking for your help to find them.
3 killed in 3 hours in separate Birmingham homicides
Decorian Taylor, 22, was found shot to death at 11 p.m. Friday on 28th Street Southwest. Police said Taylor was shot multiple times and may have been trying to run away when he was gunned down, according toWBRC.
Police still seek help in robbery of Alexander City AutoZone - The Alexander City Outlook
Law enforcement responded to an armed robbery at AutoZone in Alexander City Wednesday night.“A black male entered AutoZone Wednesday night and held employees at gun point,” Alexander City Police Chief Jay Turner said. “He was able to get away with an unspecified amount of cash.”The unidentified gunm
Anniston man charged in shooting case
An Anniston man was charged Thursday morning in a shooting earlier this week in the 3000 block of McKleroy Avenue, according to police.Anniston police arrested Randy Kirkland, 61, at his home, also on McKleroy Avenue, around 9:45 a.m., according to an arrest report.Police say Kirkland shot at Roger
Two charged with string of thefts - Shelby County Reporter
ALABASTER –Two men were taken into custody by the Alabaster Police Department on Thursday, June 21, following a string recent of thefts and break-ins in the city.Tovoris Jamal Jackson, 33, who lists an address on Savannah Lane in Calera, and Aaron Scott Price, 37, who lists an address on Fran Drive
1 Killed In Wreck Involving Tractor Trailer In Bartow County
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OUR VIEW: Something’s fishy with Talladega school board’s superintendent search (opinion)
On Wednesday, the day before the Talladega City Board of Education met about its superintendent search, The Daily Home received a phone call.The caller notified us that friends and associates of Tony Ball, the director of operations and interim superintendent of the Scottsboro City Schools, had rece
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: The mess on the border is President Trump’s responsibility (opinion)
That immigration mess on the southern border of the USA is kind of like some other Trumpist extremes – excessively punitive and badly managed. You cannot round up hundreds of people, separate them from their children and drop them hundreds, thousands of miles away from each other without a plan, an
Family plans to establish park in west Anniston in soldier's memory
Arlene Driskell’s nephew, Torre Mallard, typically didn’t attend her family’s reunions, but in 2007 she called to invite him anyway. To her surprise, he was quick to say yes.“He met his family that he never met before and we just had a really good time. ... It was like God had told me ‘you need to g
Calhoun area kicks off committee to revamp old bike and pedestrian plan
There’s a new push to organize efforts to improve bike and pedestrian accommodations across the Calhoun County area.The Calhoun County Metropolitan Planning Organization kicked off the first meeting of its Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan Update Advisory Committee on Thursday.The meeting – attended by ab
Talladega woman charged with cashing check of elderly woman she was hired to care for
A Talladega woman was arrested Tuesday and charged with possession of a forged instrument, stemming from an incident about two months ago.Detra Rogers, 49, was given a $5,000 bond after being arrested, and was able to post enough to be released Tuesday, according to Talladega County Metro Jail recor
Express Detail in Sylacauga becomes U-Haul neighborhood dealer
SYLACAUGA --U-Haul Company of Alabama Inc. has announced that Express Detail has signed on as a U-Haulneighborhood dealer to serve the Sylacauga community, according to a press release.Express Detail at 808 W. 4th St. will offer U-Haul trucks, trailers, towing equipment, moving supplies and in-store
Get your own Timbits, I’m watching the game - The Alexander City Outlook
Yes, you read that right. No, I am not crazy. I know exactly what I am talking about. The 2018 season of the Canadian Football League kicked off last week, and I couldn’t be more excited (OK, maybe just as excited as I am on MLB Opening Day) for its return.