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Seminole, Ala., man dies in collision on US 90 involving a dump truck

An Alabama man is dead after colliding with a dump truck on U.S. 90 on Friday night. James Swope, 46, of Seminole, Alabama, was traveling west on U.S. 90 just after 6 p.m. Friday as a dump truck driven by Patrick Bundy, 39, of Robertsdale, Alabama, was exiting a weigh station, according to a Florida

PENSACOLA NEWS JOURNAL - 2018-01-20 16:12:48

Alabama man dies in dump truck crash

A man from Seminole, Alabama was killed Friday night after a collision with a dump truck. James Swope was driving westbound on U.S. Highway 90 in Escambia County in a 2001 Nissan Maxima when he rear ended a dump truck on Highway 90 that had just exited a weigh station, according to a report from the

NW FLORIDA DAILY NEWS - 2018-01-20 13:10:54

UPDATE: FHP identifies man killed in dump truck collision

FHP identifies man killed in dump truck collision A traffic collision involving a dump truck on Mobile Highway Friday evening has left one man dead. Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) says James Swope of Seminole was killed when his car collided with a dump truck. Troopers say the truck was pulling out of

WEAR - 2018-01-20 16:01:00

BREAKING: Escambia fire crews fighting marsh fire near Lillian Highway

lillianhighway.JPG Escambia County fire crews are on the scene of a large marsh fire in Pensacola. Emergency dispatch services have reported that there are 25-30 acres of burnt grass at 9705 Lillian Highway north of Blue Angel Parkway. The fire is currently contained in a marsh near the road and is

WEAR - 2018-01-20 15:17:34

Records: Branch should have been in prison at time of Bay, Escambia crimes

Eric Scott Branch was mistakenly released for his previous sexual battery conviction from the Vanderburgh Community Corrections Complex on Nov. 1, 1992 - five months early. ZACK McDONALD News Herald Reporter @PCNHzack PANAMA CITY - It took only 10 days for Eric Scott Branch to progress from raping

NEWS HERALD - 2018-01-20 23:44:19

Pensacola man arrested on claims he gave teenager pills, marijuana before they had sex

A Pensacola man is facing charges for allegedly providing a teenager with drugs and alcohol in exchange for sex. Authorities say Hayden Vann Porter, 42, had sex with the victim - who is aged between 16 and 17 years old - multiple times between August of 2016 and March of 2017. The victim told invest

PENSACOLA NEWS JOURNAL - 2018-01-19 22:56:58

MPD: Woman's vehicle shot nine times while driving on Cody Road

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) - A woman's vehicle was shot into nine times while driving north on Cody Road late Thursday evening. Mobile Police responded to the 6400 block of Biloxi Avenue around 10:30 p.m. in response to a shooting. When officers arrived on the scene, police say the woman said she was dri

WKRG - 2018-01-19 21:33:37

Appleyard: Former site of fertilizer plant finds new life as Pensacola industrial park

Through the course of Pensacola's history, many parcels of property have been bought and sold, used and reused as commercial development has occurred. Last month, the News Journal's front page story heralded the oncoming of a renovated land area that will become a new county-established industrial p

PENSACOLA NEWS JOURNAL - 2018-01-21 12:00:09

There's history around every corner in scenic Trinidad, Colo.

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Trinidad, Colo. - just over Raton Pass from New Mexico - is filled with museums dedicated to bringing the past alive into the present. The first stop on that tour should be the Trinidad History Museum (legacy.historycolorado.org), a complex covering a full city block. A guided to

ABQJOURNAL - 2018-01-21 08:02:00

Unjust and strong against weak

We are truly thankful for the op-ed commentary by E. Paul Torres, chairman of the All Pueblo Council of Governors ("Legacy of Manifest Destiny? Trauma and suffering," Dec. 24), regarding New Mexico's Public Education Department Secretary-designate Christopher Ruszkowski's inopportune remarks ("Educa

SANTAFE NEW MEXICAN.COM - 2018-01-21 05:00:00

Locomotive restorers hope to steam ahead

Volunteers have been putting steam locomotive Santa Fe 2926 back together for more than 15 years, and it looks as if the old engine will soon be rewarded with some fire in the belly. "A few more months and we will probably be able to make steam in the boiler for the first time since 1953," said Mich

ABQJOURNAL - 2018-01-21 07:43:00

Wes Studi's role in 'Hostiles' is a challenge of growth

With each film comes a sense of pride. And it's no different right now as Studi is readying the wide release of his latest film, "Hostiles." The film is currently in theaters in Albuquerque and opens Friday, Jan. 26, in Santa Fe. "Hostiles" poster features Rosamund Pike, Christian Bale and Wes Studi

ABQJOURNAL - 2018-01-21 07:41:00

Marchers prepare to take to Santa Fe streets

Conscious of the powerful effect one's words can have, Nathana Bird was brainstorming Friday about what sort of rallying cry she would put on the sign she planned to carry in the Santa Fe Women's March. Bird, the mother of a 5-year-old girl and a member of the Ohkay Owingeh tribe who teaches languag

SANTAFE NEW MEXICAN.COM - 2018-01-20 05:00:00

Pianist Conrad Tao is comfortable on Santa Fe stage

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Conrad Tao began playing the piano at 18 months, although he harbors no memories of the performance. "I feel like the only reason I have any knowledge at all is we have VHS tapes of me picking out tunes by ear," he said in a phone interview from New York. "I started with nursery

ABQJOURNAL - 2018-01-21 08:02:00

Gov. approves two judges for NM Appeals Court

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Gov. Susana Martinez announced her approval Friday the two recently recommended appointees to the New Mexico Court of Appeals. The state's Judicial Nominating Commission selected Jennifer Attrep and Daniel Jose Gallegos Jr. as replacements for retiring Court of Appeals Judges Jon

ABQJOURNAL - 2018-01-20 01:06:00

Want to get involved in social activism? Here's how

Elena Wirth has had a poster in her room since the day she was born that reads, "The power of a girl is to change the world." Dolma Rabgay saw a video of a boy in India who self-immolated and died to protest for Tibet's freedom. Veronica Toledo witnessed the effects of climate change unfold right be


Armed robbery suspect dies after being shot by officer

A man who robbed a Kroger store at gunpoint was later shot by a Dunwoody officer and died at a hospital, according to a police statement Saturday. The man was shot in a parking lot of a shopping center in the 5000 block of Winters Chapel Road, Dunwoody police said in a news release. About 7:45 a.m.


No Sandy Springs homicides in 2017, police say

No homicides - including murders or manslaughter cases - were reported in the city in the entire year of 2017, according to Police Chief Ken DeSimone and Deputy Chief Keith Zgonc. In 2016 and 2015, the city had three reported homicides each year. Those numbers may not include people killed in motor

REPORTERNEWSPAPERS.NET - 2018-01-21 14:15:56

Georgia Welcomes The Taco Life - Chronic Tacos is coming soon in Alpharetta

Chronic Tacos is the California-inspired Mexican Grill and expected to open to serve up The Taco Life in Alpharetta in Mid-February. The fast-casual franchise is known for its fresh Mexican cuisine that can be customized to each guest's liking. With more than 50 locations in North America, this is

PATCH - 2018-01-21 05:47:11

Resident Dragged By Van Driven By Robbery Suspect: Blotter

Editor's note: the following incidents were taken from the Sandy Springs Police Department's Weekly Wrap Up compiled by Capt. Steve Rose, which contains some of the incidents that occurred Jan. 14-18: Robbery8500 block of Roswell Road, 30350, 1/16: An employee of Subway reported that just after 9 a.

PATCH - 2018-01-20 16:44:10