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Family sought for woman found dead in Birmingham apartment
Authorities are trying to find family members of a woman found dead this week in her Birmingham apartment. Mary Gullet McCrimon, 67, was discovered inside her apartment at Bankhead Towers on Wednesday. Jefferson County coroner's officials said a pest control company doing routine spraying knocked on
West Alabama mom threatened teacher, kicked school resource officer in the chest, authorities say
Hale County District Attorney Michael Jackson said Clayton is charged with third-degree assault on a law enforcement officer, obstructing government operations, resisting arrest, carrying a pistol without a license, possession of a firearm on school property, possession of drug paraphernalia.
ALDOT warns Tuscaloosa drives of upcoming road closure-related work on I-59/20
McFarland Boulevard, directly under the interstate, will be closed in both directions from Tuesday until Friday between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m. only. It will then remain closed around the clock beginning Friday at 11 p.m. until Monday at 5 a.m. Law enforcement will be on site to assist with traffic.
Alabama football fans: Things to do in Knoxville if you're catching the Tennessee game
Top-ranked Alabama has looked dominant so far this season, and they hope the same is true on Saturday. Led by former Alabama defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt, Tennessee wants to maintain the momentum built after a big win over Auburn last week. An upset victory against the Crimson Tide will sha
Thirty thousand dollars worth of guitars are stolen from Tuscaloosa County family
FOSTERS, Ala. (WIAT)-Investigators in Tuscaloosa county are trying to track down burglars who stole thirty thousand dollars worth of classic guitars and a sound system from a family property in the Fosters community. The break in happened in September while Sue Stoneciphers family was out of town
Walt Maddox holds presser on Gov. Kay Ivey allegations
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (WIAT) -- Walt Maddox addressed the media at one of his offices in Tuscaloosa on Thursday and has seven questions that he demands Gov. Ivey responds to. A media report from earlier this week alleges that Gov. Kay Ivey was rushed to the hospital suffering from symptoms of a stroke d
Organizers decide to end Sloss Fest
BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) - Sloss Fest is no more. The decision was announced Friday afternoon. The post says in part that "after several weeks of examination and thorough consideration of the unique challenges we face in producing Sloss Fest, we have come to the decision to end the event." The mid-summ
Chris Stapleton packs Tuscaloosa Amphitheater for soulful, whiskey-soaked evening
The Tuscaloosa Amphitheater couldn't have picked a better way to close its 2018 season, with Chris Stapleton's soulful country crooning serenading the year to a close. On a gorgeous and mercifully cool evening in the Druid City, the country star returned to the venue for the first time since 2016, w
Maddox alleges cover-up in Ivey's 2015 hospitalization
Gov. Kay Ivey and Tuscaloosa Mayor Walt Maddox will face off for the Alabama governor's seat in November. (abc3340.com) Gubernatorial candidate Walt Maddox is asking Alabama Governor Kay Ivey to release more information on her 2015 hospitalization, including if her office told the state trooper acco
Helena Beef ‘O’ Brady’s hosting several October events - Shelby County Reporter
By GRAHAM BROOKS / Staff WriterHELENA– The end of October will be a busy time for the Beef ‘O’ Brady’s restaurant located in Helena as several events will highlight the calendar.The first event is set for Sunday, Oct. 21 as Bikers and non-bikers alike are invited to spend an evening to support the A
4 from Birmingham charged in south Alabama kidnappings, double murder
Four Birmingham residents, including an 18-year-old arrested earlier this year after he tried to run over two lawmen, have been charged in a double murder in south Alabama. Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall on Thursday announced the arrests in connection with the June slayings of Cortez Deez a
Alabama's 'war on marijuana' topic of new report by law centers
A new report on "Alabama's War on Marijuana," released today by the Alabama Appleseed Center for Law & Justice and the Southern Poverty Law Center, calls prosecution of marijuana possession a wasteful use of state law enforcement that discriminates against blacks. "This war on marijuana is one whose
Hale County mother accused of assaulting school resource officer
"It was a lady and the cops were trying to put her in the cop car and they had her on the ground," she said, "He was just like, what is going on, what happened."
Kay Ivey says she's healthy, calls Walt Maddox 'desperate'
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey said Thursday evening she is healthy and Tuscaloosa Mayor Walt Maddox is "desperate" to win the Nov. 6 election. "It's sad that 2-1/2 weeks out from the election that Mayor Maddox's campaign is pushing this," Ivey said during a visit to Fairhope. It was her first public appeara
University of Alabama student riding bicycle hit by employee driving golf cart
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (WIAT) -- A University of Alabama Student riding a bicycle was hit by a golf cart driven by a university employee on campus Tuesday morning.According to a UA spokesperson, the bicyclist was traveling in a pedestrian crosswalk when the golf cart turned into the bike lane and they co
Police identify man fatally shot near Paterson Court
Montgomery police on Thursday morning identified the victim in a triple shooting as 45-year-old Jermaine Barnes. Police responded to the 900 block of South Union Street near the intersection of Winnie Street at the Paterson Court housing units Wednesday about 7:15 p.m. and found a man with a fatal
Nick Saban enters political arena with senate endorsement
TUSCALOOSA, AL (WSFA) - Alabama head football coach Nick Saban is good at winning football games. Very good, actually. His face is everywhere in the college football world. But there's a world far removed from Saban's typical Saturday afternoons of domination. It's a bloodsport, none-the-less, but y
REWARD OFFERED FOR HELP FINDING SUSPECTS WHO STOLE MUSIC ITEMS - WVUA23
Items stolen include five guitars, a fiddle, amps and speakers. Stonecipher said she has a feeling whoever’s responsible is someone she knows.
Autopsy: Alabama councilman shot woman before killing himself
DORA — Preliminary autopsy results in Alabama show a city councilman and part-time police officer fatally shot a woman and then killed himself.News outlets report that authorities have not released a motive in the deaths of 70-year-old John Allen Softley and 30-year-old Monica Jean Graves.More:Montg
Nick Saban on Butch Jones' role at Alabama, how it relates to Tennessee game
Just a year ago, Butch Jones was Tennessee's head coach. By Saturday, he'll return to Neyland Stadium as an analyst on the Crimson Tide staff. Nick Saban spoke out Jones' role Wednesday morning on the SEC media teleconference.