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One person dead after a shooting in Noxubee County
SHUQUALAK, Miss. (WTVA) - One man is dead after a shooting outside of Track Side club.Sheriff Terry Grassaree says it happened around 11:45 p.m. Friday.Grassaree says another man was shot in the leg.This is a developing story and this article will be updated as more information becomes available.
Woman, 62, charged with drug trafficking
STARKVILLE, Miss. (WTVA) - Police in Starkville arrest a 62-year-old woman accused of trafficking crack cocaine.Janet Times was taken into custody by officers Friday, according to Corporal Brandon Lovelady.She appeared in Municipal Court that same day charged with trafficking a controlled substance.
BREAKING- Details Emerge On Robert Beck Arrest - WCBI TV | Your News Leader
Robert BeckCOLUMBUS (WCBI) – Details are surfacing now on the capture of Cracker Barrel shooting suspect Robert Beck.Robert BeckChief Fred Shelton says Beck was arrested by the Tennessee Highway Patrol following a traffic stop. The 28 year old Beck surrendered without incident near Cookeville, Tenn
Man charged with attempted murder of 2 in north Birmingham
Timothy White, 46, was identified as the suspect. At approximately 7:15 a.m. on Friday morning, police responded to a report of a shooting on 3100 block of 43rd Avenue North. Two males were found suffering from gunshot wounds and were taken to UAB Hospital where they underwent surgery.
Three Killings In Three Hours Friday Night In Birmingham
Approximately 45 minutes later, a man in his 30s was found shot in a driveway in the 5400 block of Park Avenue Southwest. Medics responded and tried to revive the man, but their efforts were unsuccessful, Police don't know what led to either of the Friday-night shootings but said they did not initia
Alabama farmers, industries, consumers could feel fallout if trade war escalates
Phillip Thompson has seen the news about a brewing trade war with China, but he watches the clouds just as closely.“Weather’s a bigger concern,” said Thompson, a soybean farmer and president of the Jackson County branch of the Alabama Farmers Federation. “This crop is young. By the time the crop’s i
Suspect named in Cracker Barrel shooting
COLUMBUS (WCBI) – Columbus Police have named the suspect in the Friday afternoon shooting at the Cracker Barrel.- Advertisement -Chief Fred Shelton says they want to talk to Robert Beck about the shooting.Robert BeckThe scene played out around 4:30 p.m. when the gunman opened fire inside the restaur
Tuscaloosa Police Chief says "enough is enough" with recent violence
"It's extremely frustrating that no matter what we do, the individuals in our community that are causing the problems, the young black males with guns, aren't getting the message," Anderson added.
Cracker Barrel employee shot at restaurant
Columbus police are searching for a suspect in a Friday afternoon shooting at Cracker Barrel on 18th Avenue North. An armed man entered the restaurant looking for his girlfriend, who works there, and shot another restaurant employee Photo by: Hannah Greco
COLD CASE: Northport teen killed in his sleep, family says
Twelve years ago on June 22nd, Scotty Cockrell, 17, was shot and killed inside his Northport home. Since then, his case has gone cold.
West Point man injured in crash - WCBI TV | Your News Leader
CLAY COUNTY, Miss. (WCBI)- Soon after clearing the roadway from a crash that shut down a bridge on Highway 50, Mississippi Highway Patrol Troopers were called to another crash, just up the road.
Man who escaped police vehicle faces four charges
Along with third-degree escape, 40-year-old Stewart Edward Wilkerson is charged with first-degree receiving stolen property, second-degree domestic violence and second-degree criminal mischief.
Family of Tuscaloosa teenage murder victim still hoping for answers in 12-year cold case
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (WIAT) -- - Scotty Corkrell's family, and Tuscaloosa investigators, are still searching for clues in the 17 year old's 2006 murder. The teenager was shot to death inside his Biscayne Hills Home in Northport, discovered by friends coming to pick him up to go to the lake. Investigator
Police: Search continues for Tuscaloosa man last seen July 2004
Herman Matthew “Matt” Gamble, of Highway 216, was last seen at the Green Lantern Bar located on Old Tuscaloosa Highway on July 21, 2004.
The Process Of A Probable Cause Hearing - WCBI TV | Your News Leader
“A probable cause hearing is required when you’re going to arrest an officer or teacher,” said Jeff Hosford, attorney with the Hosford Law Firm, PLLC. “You have to file an affidavit and then you have to submit that to the court, and then you have to have a hearing to show the evidence that you have
Old Lee High School development a done deal, sold for $450,000
COLUMBUS, Miss. (WCBI) – Developers have continued moving forward with the old Lee High School’s transformation in Columbus.Military Lee LLC officially bought the building Friday morning.- Advertisement -The $450,000 price tag could lead to a $14 million project.While the names of the developers hav
Judge considers custody of man after mass shooting threat
Rogers, a 63-year-old U.S. Army veteran, was charged with making terrorist threats in 2009 after referencing a mass shooting in Geneva and listing grievances with Tuscaloosa Police and other city officials. He was also accused of making threats to then-congressman Artur Davis, students and faculty a
Tuscaloosa judge deciding if mental patient will be released into a group home
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (WIAT)-Tuscaloosa county circuit judge Allen May is now in the process of deciding whether a man with bipolar disorder accused for making terrorist threats can be released into a group home.Ten years ago 63 year old Walter Rogers threatened to commit a mass shooting in Tuscaloosa.
White Cop Sues City For Racial Discrimination After Fatally Shooting A Black Man
In October 2015, 25-year-old Ricky Ball was fatally shot by the police in Columbus, Miss. His death resulted in protest and indictment. According toBuzzFeed, a grand jury indicted officer Canyon Boykin in September of 2016 on manslaughter charges. The case has still not gone to trial, and if it fol
Lawsuit settled over Aberdeen police officer's firing
ABERDEEN, Miss. (WTVA) - A lawsuit filed over the termination of an Aberdeen police officer in 2015 has been settled out of court.A federal judge says both sides reached an agreement in the lawsuit filed by Lee Johnson against the city of Aberdeen.Johnson contends he was off duty when someone backed