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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.
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
The Latest: Evacuation lifted after pipeline fire scare
Terence Carey, a Contra Costa County fire official, said fire and Chevron officials then inspected the vault to make sure there was no remaining danger so people could return to their homes.
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.
Skate Castle in Decatur to reopen after storm damage
A Decatur business is set to reopen after a bad storm in April forced it to close. Skate Castle on 14th street will open tomorrow and the owner said it'll be bigger and better than ever. Skate Castle tried to stay open after the storm in April, but when water kept pouring into the building, its owne
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
Human remains found could be a break in 18 year-old cold case murder
"At 10:40 am the trackhoe that was digging, pulled out a small piece of blue tarp, which was very important to us because we were told where ever Warren Flippo was located, his remains would be inside a blue tarp," explained Lt. Donny Shaw with the Madison County Sheriff's Office.
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
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).
Firefighters battling fire at Pilgrim's Pride Chicken Plant
Firefighters in Guntersville are working to put out a fire at the Pilgrim's Pride Chicken Plant. Fire crews tell us the fire broke out just after 5 Thursday morning. Albertville Fire responded to the scene to help crew put out the fire. Workers at the plant were immediatly evacuated and tell us the
(Updated) Mother, son victims in fatal crash on Hwy. 69 in Cullman County
The victims have been identified by the Cullman County Coroner’s Office as Sarah Eileen Aldridge, 41, and her 14-year-old son, whose name has not been released.
Decatur man charged with hitting girlfriend in the head with baseball bat
A man was arrested in Decatur Wednesday evening after allegedly hitting his girlfriend in the head multiple times with a metal baseball bat. Decatur Police officers responded to Decatur Morgan Hospital where they found Marisela Gonzalez being treated for a severe head injury. The incident occurred a
Somerville man charged in $1,500 lawn equipment theft
Decatur police charged a Somerville man in the theft of more than $1,500 in lawn equipment from the 2100 block of Central Parkway Southwest, according to a release.Police developed Brian Keith Lindsey, 48, and Jennifer Lorena Daugette, 36, both of 4718 Alabama 36 E., Somerville, as the suspects, pol
Harvest home raided after numerous reports of drug activity
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) - The Madison County Sheriff’s department raided a Harvest home early this morning, after numerous complaints of drugs from neighbors.HAPPENING NOW:@mcsosheriffALconducting a drug raid at a home on Vassar Farms Dr. Investigators tell me this search came from anonymous tips from
Decatur man accused of beating wife with baseball bat
A Decatur man faces up to life in prison if convicted of beating his wife with a baseball bat, authorities said. Thomas Aaron Breasseale is charged with first-degree domestic violence, which is a Class A felony, Decatur police said in a news release. Breasseale is held in the Morgan County jail with
Saudi Aramco: Yanbu’ South Terminal Boosts Export Capacity
Yanbu South Terminal, which is located south of Yanbu City on the West Coast of Saudi Arabia, consists of a tank farm and offshore facilities to receive, store and load Arab Light (AL) and Arab Super Light (ASL) crude oil, said a statement issued by Aramco on Wednesday.
Hartselle woman to raise funds for local children through photography - The Hartselle Enquirer
Jonna Barrier of White Laurel Studios will be hosting a fundraiser for two local children Saturday. Barrier will be offering Christmas photography sessions with Santa for $25 with all proceeds benefitting Hartselle teen, Kooper Rooks and Priceville girl, Lilly Graham. There are no appointments neces
Red Cross bus wrecks on I-65 in Cullman County
Alabama Troopers have been on the scene of a wreck near the rest stop on Interstate 65 where a Red Cross bus wrecked.The driver was the only occupant of the vehicle, according to WBRC and had minor injuries.Traffic is moving slowly through the area.
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
Hanceville to take on Mud Creek maintenance
At a specially-called meeting Wednesday, the Hanceville City Council declined to act on any of the bids it had recently solicited to mow the banks along the 4.3-mile section of Mud Creek under the city’s care, and instead approved the purchase of equipment that will allow city workers to do the job