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Alabama lineman, former Cullman star gets DUI
A former Cullman Bearcat lineman and Alabama redshirt freshman, Hunter Brannon,was arrested and charged with driving under the influence, according to a report from and the Tuscaloosa News.
Traffic backed up in Cullman County due to multi-vehicle wreck
CULLMAN COUNTY, AL (WAFF) - Authorities are on the scene of a wreck causing major backups in Cullman County.The Cullman County Sheriff’s Office says that multiple vehicles were involved in the wreck near mile marker 298 on I-65 northbound.One lane in the area is closed.Motorists are advised to use c
Alabama football player charged with DUI
TUSCALOOSA, AL (WSFA) - Alabama football player Hunter Ray Brannon has been arrested and charged with driving under the influence (DUI) by Tuscaloosa Police.The redshirt freshman was arrested Sunday morning and booked into the Tuscaloosa Jail.The 6-4, 296 pound offensive lineman is from Cullman. His
Karma in Cullman gearing up for holiday service projects
CULLMAN- Local charity Karma in Cullman, an organization that provides food and other necessities to people in need, and whose social media presence serves as a clearinghouse for its members to help and encourage each other, is getting ready for the upcoming Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. Ind
Frost Advisory Issued For North & Parts Of Central Alabama For Monday Morning
North Alabama counties included in the advisory are Colbert, Cullman, DeKalb, Franklin, Jackson, Lauderdale, Lawrence, Limestone, Madison, Marshall, and Morgan.
New signs coming from ALDOT after pedestrian’s death
Janis Simmons, 74, was attempting to cross the highway using a walker when she was hit by a pickup truck. Coroner Jeremy Kilpatrick pronounced her dead at the scene. A man was struck by an 18-wheeler two weeks ago not far from where she died. He survived by suffered numerous injuries.
Pedestrian victim identified in Thursday night crash on Hwy. 278 in Cullman
CULLMAN- An elderly pedestrian using a walker was struck and killed by a truck hauling a trailer on U.S. Highway 278 West, just east of West Elementary School shortly after 7 p.m. Thursday. Cullman County Coroner Jeremy L. Kilpatrick said the woman, Janis Simmons, 74, of Cullman was pronounced dead
Vehicles pulled from Smith Lake; investigation underway
The Cullman County Sheriff's Office Dive Team, with the assistance of the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency Marine Division, recovered two vehicles from the Lions Club Landing area of Smith Lake late Thursday.
Woman struck, killed while crossing U.S. 278 in Cullman
A woman was fatally struck by a truck carrying a trailer as she was trying to cross U.S. 278 in Cullman Thursday night, according to Cullman Police. Traffic homicide investigator Joey Duncan said the woman, who was using a walker, was trying to cross the highway near Rosemont Avenue when she was st
Moulton teen dead, 3 others injured in 1-vehicle wreck
An 18-year-old Moulton woman was killed and at least three other people were injured Friday night in a one-vehicle wreck on Byler Road one mile west of Moulton, according to authorities.Troopers said Makenzi Jon Farley, 18, died as a result of injuries from the accident, which occurred at 7:56 p.m.M
Cullman County Sheriff’s Office recovers 2 vehicles from Smith Lake
CULLMAN- The Cullman County Sheriff's Office Dive Team, with the assistance of the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) Marine Division, recovered two vehicles from the Lions Club Landing area of Smith Lake late Thursday.
Ivey stops in Cullman to boost campaign
“Promises made, folks — and promises kept,” she quipped, boasting that her cabinet-level overhaul of the governor’s office had yielded a “very strong cabinet and staff…[of] people with high integrity.”
With new stop by Popeyes, Cullman back on Greyhound bus line
Cullman Mayor Woody Jacobs, members of the Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce, representatives from Greyhound and others gathered inside the Chevron/Popeyes to cut the ribbon on Cullman’s new Greyhound bus line stop at the corner of Alabama Highway 157 and St. Joseph Drive. (Christy Perry for The Cull
1 arrested, 1 at large after teen killed, 2 injured in Sumiton shooting
SUMITON, Ala. (WIAT) -- UPDATE Oct. 19, 2018 -- The Walker County Sheriff's Office has arrested Dylan Blair; he is charged with murder, two counts attempted murder and burglary in the first degree. He is being held in the Walker County Jail on $75,000 cash bond. UPDATE: It is revealed that the victi
Peinhardt Farm Day Saturday, Oct. 20 in Cullman
Peinhardt Living History Farm opens its 40 acres of family farm to the public on Saturday, Oct. 20 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. The entire family can enjoy hands-on experiences from hay rides, farm animals, quilting, crafts, old-time music, antique tractors, crop picking, painting pumpkins and much more! Step
Pedestrian struck by truck on U.S. 278 W by West Elementary
CULLMAN- A pedestrian has been struck by a truck with a trailer on U.S. Highway 278 West, just east of West Elementary School.Cullman Police Traffic Homicide Investigator Joey Duncan said the roadway is closed in both directions between Rosemont Avenue and Morgan Avenue.This is a developing story.Co
Ivey speaking in Cullman today
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey.Butch DillGov. Kay Ivey is expected to arrive in Cullman today for a speech on the front steps of the courthouse.Ivey is facing Democratic challenger Walt Maddox of Tuscaloosa.The Cullman County Republican Party is hosting the event. Her speech is expected to begin at 5:30 p.m.
Caring for Cullman concert raises funds for Good Samaritan
Triumphant Quartet was entertaining, as always, at Thursday night’s Caring for Cullman concert. (W.C. Mann for The Cullman Tribune)
U.S. Attorney’s Office hosting opioid crisis town hall meeting Tuesday at Cullman Civic Center
BIRMINGHAM– The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Alabama will join with school and government officials in Cullman on Tuesday, Oct. 23, for a town hall meeting to discuss the opioid crisis and its effects on families in the Cullman area.
Lanes closures begin Friday on I-65
— 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, between mile marker 315 in northern Cullman County, about five miles north of Exit 310 (Alabama 157 in Cullman), and mile marker 319 in southern Morgan County, about three miles south of Exit 322 (Morgan County 55 in Falkville).