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Dothan man charged in 11-year-old double murder denied bond
Robert Aaron “Bobby” Hvarven, 41, of Dothan, formerly of Enterprise, was denied bond during a Nov. 13 hearing.
A Dothan man previously given the death sentence, resentenced to 99 years
Lameco Dechawn Turner was found guilty of capital murder and sentenced to death in Jan. 19, 2010. However, the case came back on appeal and a new trial was held in August. Tuesday, Turner was given a 99-year prison sentence.
Dothan man arrested for beating stepson
A Dothan man was arrested Nov. 8 for allegedly beating his stepson and leaving multiple contusions on the child’s arm, shoulder, back, and buttocks.
Storm debris piles growing in Houston County after Hurricane Michael
Crews estimate they have gathered 35,000 to 40,000 cubic yards of debris. They will continue collections over the next few weeks and are asking people to make sure their debris is on the curb.
Kinsey man arrested on burglary charge after breaking into Houston County Board of Education
“Once officers arrived, it was later determined the suspect had broken into the Houston County Board of Education’s Central Office,” said Dothan Police Lt. Lynn Watkins. “Once he was inside, he damaged multiple pieces of property.”
Dothan man arrested in connection with October shooting
DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Police have arrested a man in connection to the Oct. 28 shooting on the 2300 block of Kinsey road in Dothan.Jaccarlus Montrail Dawsey has been charged with first-degree assault.The victim was shot in the right, torso causing a fractured rib and a collapsed lung. He has been tre
Prep basketball roundup: Dothan Lady Tigers open season with road win
Eufaula girls 84, Quitman County (Ga.) 38:Kaitlin Peterson had 24 points, nine steals and seven assists to pace Eufaula’s season-opening win.
Trial set for Dothan man facing multiple sex charges
Joseph Ramirez, 36, of Radford Circle, was arrested and charged with four counts of first-degree rape, four counts of sexual abuse of a child less than 12 years old, and other related charges.
Three cities, three drive-bys, two shot feet
According to police, shots were fired into an occupied dwelling, but the residents did not hear or see anything. One individual suffered a non-life threatening injury to their foot.
Pro-magnet demonstration greets Dothan school board
“The board has not heard us throughout this process. There has been no opportunity for us to openly ask questions and get a response at the same time and have, if you will, an open line of communication,” said Boyd.
OSHA fines AL steel company for risks including amputations, falls
Montgomery-based Sabel Steel is facing fines of up to $320,000. (Source: OSHA web site) MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - A Montgomery-based company is facing fines from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or OSHA, for exposing its employees to dangers that include falls and amputations, the
Dothan tenant angered by black mold, Hurricane Michael damage left unfixed
DOTHAN, Ala.-- Dothan resident, Sandra Mills, says she's been living with black mold in her home for months as well as many other problems that she says the landlord will not fix.
Failure to Stop at Stop Sign Results in Two Vehicle Accident
A two vehicle accident happened Monday, November 5, 2018 at approximately 12:00 noon. Miller County EMS, Miller County Fire and Rescue, Miller County Sheriff’s Department and the Georgia State Patrol responded to the scene. According to the report from the Georgia State Patrol Peyton Miranda Norri
Metro Diner opens in Dothan today
Metro Diner, located at 2777 West Main Street --the site of the former Bruno's Supermarket-- serves a variety of foods such as waffles and pancakes for breakfast, burgers and chicken fingers for lunch and dinner, as well as soups, sandwiches, and coffee.
Flooding could be an issue for low lying roads, county roads following Monday’s heavy rainfall
“Right now we are monitoring this storm,” said Dothan/Houston County Director Chris Judah. “We are expecting heavy rainfall throughout the day Monday and Monday night and this could lead to flooding in many areas. We also have the potential of damaging winds and tornadoes. What I want everyone to be
Food Delivery Service Expands in Dothan
Tired of cooking and don't feel like driving to your favorite restaurant?Well, you're in luck. Two businesses in Dothan let you feed your appetite without getting out the door.
Dothan man pleads to showing false document
Scotty Earl Lingo, 38, of Dothan, was arrested Jan. 3 of this year and charged with impersonating a police officer. According to police, Lingo was visiting a friend in the 2800 block of Fortner Street on Dothan Jan. 3 when a medical call was made at the residence. Once officers and EMS arrived on sc
Tropical wave likely to become Patty, but will it target Florida?
More Weather HeadlinesPower fully restored to Florida counties hit by Hurricane MichaelMother of child swept away during Florence faces chargesHurricane Michael killed at least 35 in Florida, 45 total, Florida officials say
Suspect arrested for storage unit burglaries
The thefts were reported on Sunday, Nov. 11, and Smith was developed as a suspect. A residence on Harper Street was searched, and authorities say some of the items from the storage facility were found in a bedroom where Smith was reportedly the primary user.
Service organizations partner to "Feed the Multitudes" and have night of thanks
November 21st The Ark Dothan, The Salvation Army, Love in Action ministries, and the Harbor will serve Thanksgiving dinner and hand out bags of groceries, so diners can make their own Thanksgiving at home. The dinner will be November 21st at the Dothan Civic Center. Those interested need to RSVP by