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2 Cullman County women charged in Decatur Walmart theft

A Joppa woman and Cullman woman have been charged with stealing merchandise from a Decatur store, police said. Officers were called Saturday to Walmart at 2800 Spring Avenue and saw Ann Marie Harbison and Carla Renae Arrington try to leave the store with a shopping cart containing items worth $964 t

DECATUR DAILY - 2018-01-17 14:54:00

2 arrested for burglary and theft after police chase in Guntersville

Scottsboro police responded to a burglary of a business in the 18000 block of Highway 35 on Tuesday. Once officers found the front door broken out, they reviewed security video and were able to see a male and female committing the crime of burglary and theft. After conducting an investigation of the

WAFF - 2018-01-17 17:25:12

Snow shuts down roads, schools

Walker County and the rest of Alabama ground to a halt this week as light snow and icing hit on Tuesday, with moisture freezing on roads and temperatures and wind chills plunging. This item is available in full to subscribers. Road conditions across Walker County deteriorated quickly after snow beg

DAILY MOUNTAIN EAGLE ONLINE - 2018-01-18 00:44:56

Late night apartment fire leaves 7 people without a home

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - Seven people are without a home this morning after a late night apartment fire. Just after 11:00 Wednesday night, Huntsville firefighters were called to the Park Place apartments on Golf Road. When they arrived, they saw heavy smoke coming from an upstairs apartment. Investigator

WHNT-TV - 2018-01-18 08:51:43

Burglary suspects lead police on chase

Billy Kyle Martin, 24, of Montevallo, and Patricia Gail Smith, 29, of Jemison, were arrested Tuesday and face several charges. The two are charged with breaking out the door of a business in the 18000 block of Highway 35 Tuesday. According to police, officers were heading to a second burglary c

WAAY-TV - 2018-01-17 18:16:00

'Hard to process:' Hartselle mom accused of burying baby's corpse stuns neighbors

As you can imagine, this is hard to process for neighbors. James Orr said he's still shocked this happened down the road from him. "That's what you do to a dog, but to a baby? That's pretty bad," said Orr. WAAY 31 tried to talk to the mother of Proctor at her house Wednesday, but she accused

WAAY-TV - 2018-01-18 01:48:00

Mayor, County leaders official sign Toyota-Mazda agreement

With the stroke of a pen, Mayor Tommy Battle and members of Huntsville's economic development team signed a development agreement to "seals the deal" on the $1.6 billion Toyota-Mazda manufacturing plant. Now that the ink has dried on the deal Mayor Battle to WAAY 31 now is when the real work begins

WAAY-TV - 2018-01-18 03:52:00

City systems delay opening; county schools remain closed

Decatur City Schools maintenance workers spent Wednesday shoveling snow and putting down sand and salt so schools could open today. "We wouldn't be going to school without them," Decatur Superintendent Michael Douglas said of the workers. Decatur, Hartselle and Athens will open school two hours late

DECATUR DAILY - 2018-01-18 06:15:00

Plane headed to Salt Lake City goes missing near Elko, authorities continuing search

ELKO, Nevada (ABC4 News) - Authorities around Elko are searching for an aircraft that was travelling from California to Salt Lake City on Thursday but never arrived. Sgt. Nick Czegledi with the Elko Sheriff's Officer said they received a call of possible downed plane somewhere in their area after r

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Making more, spending less: Audit shows Elko city financially sound

Elko came through the audit of the 2016-2017 fiscal year with more money than earlier budgeted for the year and good marks by the accounting firm that prepared the audit. "There were no material weaknesses and no deficiencies to report," said accountant Michael Spilker of Hinton Burdick CPAs & Advis

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Elko County Sheriff's Deputies Investigate Fatal Shooting in Spring Creek

The Elko County Sheriff's Office says two people died in a shooting in Spring Creek. Elko County Sheriff Jim Pitts says the deputies responded to a domestic dispute at a home on Spring Creek Parkway around 8:45 p.m. on Thursday. When authorities arrived, he says they went into the bedroom the husb

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Mining group donates to EHS

ELKO -- The Elko Mining Group donated nearly $20,000 worth of office furniture to the Elko High School. The donation was coordinated by Michelle Medrano, the administrative assistant, who was tasked with getting rid of the furniture due to the organization's recent office relocation. The company dec

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A new lease on Nevada oil and gas?

ELKO - A yellow-brown oil sample from the Elko Formation near Jiggs congeals in a quart-sized canning jar in the office of Thomas Schmidt, Bureau of Land Management geologist for the Tuscarora field office. The substance emerged from Nevada oil shale deep in the ground at about 153 degrees in 2015 l

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NBC programming goes back on air in Elko

ELKO - NBC programming is being broadcast off of Lamoille Summit as of Friday through KSL-TV and the Elko TV District, and the signal is expected to be transmitting from two other points within the next couple of weeks. That was part of the progress update shared at the Elko TV District board meetin

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Elko contestant calls pageant a 'learning experience'

ELKO - Although the Miss Nevada USA title was not bestowed upon Ruby B. Johnson, a competitor representing Elko County during the Las Vegas pageant Jan. 7, the local mining engineer said she still feels like a winner. "With or without the crown, I still have a community that supports me," said Johns

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Bowtie contest raises funds for Alzheimer care

Elko High School cheerleaders test their skill at tying bowties for an Alzheimer's fundraiser during the school's Jan. 9 basketball game in Winnemucca.SUBMITTED WINNEMUCCA -- Last Tuesday's basketball game between Elko and Lowry included the Northern Nevada Alzheimer's Association's fourth Annual Ti

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Murder charge filed against Jacksonville woman found with daughter's body in W. Va.

According to the warrant, a search of Newsome's phone turned up several web searches. Among them were the search terms "alligator ponds," "fatal bridge accidents in Jacksonville," "fatal car accidents off cliffs in flames," "people killed on Virginia cliffs" and "Virginia highways that has huge clif

ACTIONNEWSJAX.COM - 2018-01-17 03:41:31

Jacksonville sees coldest morning temperatures this winter

Morning wind chill temperatures will be in the upper teens and more cold tonight JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Coldest morning this winter as temperatures bottom out in the mid to upper 20s around Jacksonville, including the beaches. Why the extra shot of cold air? And why is this morning colder than what it

NEWS4JAX.COM - 2018-01-18 05:36:04

DA close to decision on officer-involved shooting

Glynn County District Attorney Jackie Johnson said Wednesday a decision should be forthcoming on whether action will be taken against David Sepanski, a Glynn County Police Officer who shot and wounded a man Oct. 24 during a struggle following a traffic stop. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation condu

BRUNSWICK NEWS - 2018-01-18 05:00:00

Jacksonville woman loses 13-year-old Chihuahua in house fire

A Jacksonville woman is warning others after she says a mistake sent her home up in flames, killing her 13-year-old Chihuahua. Barbara Bassett said she was sharing her oxygen with her dog when her cigarette sparked a fire at her home on Necia Drive. "I tried so hard to get him out of that fire," Bas

ACTIONNEWSJAX.COM - 2018-01-18 00:06:13