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Louisville assistant arrested, placed on leave ahead of Alabama game

Alabama's season-opening opponent has a new distraction as kickoff in Orlando looms.Louisville announced tight ends coach Chris Klenakis was placed on leave after being arrested for a DUI early Sunday morning. Klenakis was arrested on the outskirts of the Louisville metropolitan area with a blood al

AL.COM - 2018-08-20 14:36:00

Arraignment rescheduled for homeless man charged with capital murder

According to testimony given during Duncan’s preliminary hearing by Dothan Police Investigator Curtis Stephens, a brutal crime scene was found when police responded to Fowler’s residence on Hodgesville Road, and that Fowler had been badly beaten.

DOTHAN EAGLE - 2018-08-20 16:16:00

25-year-old found fatally shot in vehicle now identified

Turner is Birmingham's 71th homicide victim this year. Of those 71, five have been ruled justifiable and therefore the Birmingham Police Department does not count them in their year-end tally. In all of Jefferson County, there have been 103, including the Birmingham slayings.

AL.COM - 2018-08-20 10:32:00

Ozark community pool set to open

OZARK, Ala. (WTVY) --School is back in session for Ozark students, but that doesn't mean the weekend fun has to end.

WTVY.COM - 2018-08-20 17:15:00

Victim identified in weekend Enterprise wreck

Enterprise Police say Michael Isaac Townsend, age 36, of Enterprise, AL died around 2:30AM Saturday.

WTVY.COM - 2018-08-20 13:43:00

Ozark Library making progress towards new location

But Library Director, Sandra Holmes says, they're gonna need help."We have to get people fired up for wanting a new library. We need contributions, and we need support from the city and the county."

WTVY.COM - 2018-08-20 17:13:00

Art & Food Truck Park first step in developing downtown Phenix City

PHENIX CITY, Ala (WRBL) - The SPARK Art & Food Truck Park is open, but the plans to develop along the Riverwalk are just getting started.

WRBL.COM - 2018-08-20 10:18:19

Barbour County Sheriff deputies question pay discrepencies

Two of Barbour County Sheriff’s deputies spoke to the county commission on Tuesday, Aug. 14, addressing their concerns of deputies leaving the department and the hiring of an animal control officer that will make more than a deputy.


Barbour County Sheriff's Office is running on a 'skeleton crew'

However, the sheriff and the chief deputy both say the shortage isn't due to the election, it's their pay.Barbour County sheriff's deputies start at a mere $9.20 an hour.


Will Barbour County get a new courthouse?

While Clayton is the county seat, and has been since 1833, would commissioners have to build inside the original Clayton city limits as they existed when it was named the county seat, or could the new building be placed anywhere in Clayton as long as it is kept inside the current city limits? Sever


Man dies in early morning wreck

Man dies in early morning wreckThe vehicle in an early morning wreck was torn into two pieces. The driver, Michael Townsend, was killed in the wreck.


Commission asked to consider industrial authority

For months, city officials have been working closely with the Chamber board to restructure and hire an individual to spear head the effort to bring new industry into the Eufaula and Barbour County area. The goal would be for this individual to identify prospective industries and work to bring them t


Berkeley Co. deputies arrest 3 in Ladson for trafficking meth after drug bust

46-year-old Joe Allen Maye, 33-year-old Tammy Bennett, and 35-year-old Christopher Green have all been taken to the Hill Finklea Detention Center, where they are awaiting warrant service and bond hearings.

ABCNEWS4.COM - 2018-08-19 13:50:04

After an inconsistent 2017, Underwood and Sumpter settle into kicking roles for Troy

TROY – When the 2017 season began, Tyler Sumpter had no inkling he would become Troy’s most consistent field goal kicker. In fact, he hadn’t practiced the craft.

DOTHAN EAGLE - 2018-08-19 02:27:00

Judge upholds delay of anti-segregation housing rule

Finalized in 2015, the rule for the first time required more than 1,200 jurisdictions receiving HUD block grants and housing aid to analyze housing stock and come up with a plan for addressing patterns of segregation and discrimination. If HUD determined that the plan, called a Fair Housing Assessme


Foodies celebrate grand opening of Phenix City Food Truck Park

Phenix City celebrated the grand opening of the Phenix City Food Truck Park in style Friday afternoon with live music, community art projects and of course food from several food truck vendors. The park is on the grounds just off Whitewater Avenue in Phenix City that is adjacent to the Courtyard by


Jury reaches verdict in case of woman raped, shot and burned after Columbus ‘rap party’

The jury in the trial of three men accused of kidnapping, raping, shooting, sodomizing with handguns and setting afire a Columbus woman four years ago has convicted the defendants on most of the charges against them.The jury deliberated 2½ hours before delivering the verdict around 6:30 p.m. Friday.


Man, 41, mauled by three pit bulls faces amputation of both arms

More than a week after three pit bulls mauled Dudley Willis on Earline Avenue at 38th Street, his life will change even more after surgery Sunday to amputate both arms, his sister said Saturday.“It’s going to save his life,” Alycia Willis said of her 41-year-old brother. “It would be life threatenin


Russell County inmate found dead in cell, sheriff said

Nearly a month after arriving at the Russell County Jail on a second-degree burglary charge, an inmate was found hanging from his bunk late Thursday, Russell County Sheriff Heath Taylor said Friday.James Francis Devitt, 33, of Phenix City was pronounced dead of possible hanging at 11:20 p.m. inside


Many outraged by Daleville school board's decision in employee sexual harassment case

"This has been going on since May 7, 2018 and the board either will not view the video or has not viewed the video and will not vote to terminate him," said school bus driver and victim, Teresa Bass.