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Selma Police Investigates Bank Burglary & Shootings - Alabama News
“We responded to an alarm, found a point of entry, we utilized our canines, sent our canines into the bank,” said Chief Spencer Collier.
Doug Jones: Taking kids from parents "is completely contrary to our core American values." - Alabama News
Says he will co-sponsor legislation blocking ICE agents from separating parents and kids.Alabama’s newly elected Democratic U.S. Senator says he will co sponsor a bill introduced by fellow Democrat Dianna Feinstein “preventing the U.S. Department of Homeland Security from taking children from their
Kids indoor fun park set to open in Montgomery
Inside the new east Montgomery building there’s a towering indoor playground, 14,000 square feet of slides, tubes and colorful catwalks reaching several stories from floor to ceiling. Murals cover the walls, showing animals playing under a painted blue sky. Kids can look out of a giant parrot head a
Montgomery man charged with kidnapping, rape of gas station cashier
Brandon Davis is charged with two counts of rape, robbery, sodomy, kidnapping and property theft stemming from the early Sunday incident.
Mother Life Jacket Drive In Memory Of Young Drowning Victim - Alabama News
Exactly four years after her son’s drowning death, Tionetta Lewis stood in Gold Star park near the Coosa River, painfully remembering the day her son’s body was pulled from the water.
Selma High student selected for development program - The Selma Times‑Journal
By: Oniska BlevinsSelma resident Jordan Johnson was one of 22 of Alabama’s brightest students selected to attend the Huntington College Economic and Community Development Scholars Program. The Selma-Dallas County Chamber of Commerce sponsored Johnson, and executive director Sheryl Smedley said she c
STJ Father’s Day winner - The Selma Times‑Journal
The winner was Brian Ellis. Pictured from left is David Lovell, Ellis and Brian Ellis Jr. The Selma Times Journal would like to thank all of the location sponsors for the contest including Boot n’ Shoe, Four Seasons Garden Center, Safford Trading Company, Selma Cash and Carry, Gray’s Recline and Sle
Ballard proved that he can take the heat
Dallas County Probate Judge Kim Ballard, left, chats with Lynnethia Robinson who won the county’s circuit clerk position in the recent election. Alvin Benn/Special to the Advertiser(Photo: .)
Afternoon Jazz in Grazz - The Selma Times‑Journal
Live music, good food and a water slide was the perfect combination Saturday as people young and old gathered on Water Avenue to enjoy an afternoon at the seventh annual Jazz on the Grazz.“Music is what makes the world go ‘round,” Councilwoman Angela Benjamin said. “Music brings people together, and
Huffman reflects on time as Dallas Sheriff - The Selma Times‑Journal
“It’s a bittersweet decision that I’m retiring, but after 38 years, it’s time to go,” Huffman said.
Alabama Defensive End Brandon Mack Decides ‘Pitt Is It’
Mack (6-4, 220) is from Jefferson Davis High School in Montgomery, Alabama gave Pitt a verbal commitment during his official visit.
UAB chooses Orrville for next health program - The Selma Times‑Journal
The program’s purpose is to raise awareness and foster community engagement in a public health issue. The coalition’s factors are assessment, capacity building, planning, implementation and evaluation.
Selma Listed Among Ten Poorest Cities in U.S. - Alabama News
According to the report, while the total number of Alabamians who live in poverty has declined over the last decade, many of the poorest people are even poorer.
Baby Who Was Cooked In Oven By Her Mom, Continues To Thrive 14 Years Later; Hits Major Milestone
This story began in 2002 when there was a 14-month-old baby that was discovered in an oven by Robert Smith, her father. This all happened in their home in Prattville, Alabama. Melissa Wright, the child’s mother, pulled all of the racks out of the oven and set it to 600 degrees Fahrenheit. Once the o
Montgomery Man Sentenced to Nearly 30 Years for 2015 Murder - Alabama News
District Attorney Daryl Bailey announced today thatOzzy Osborne,27, of Montgomery, will serve nearly three decades in prison. 15th Circuit Court Judge, Roman Shaul, sentenced Osborne to 359 months (29 years and 11 months) for the murder of 30 year-old Rodrekas Zeigler.
Long time Bears head coach removed by school board - The Selma Times‑Journal
Keith High School’s all-time winningest head football coach Harry Crum was voted out of his position Tuesday night at the Dallas County School Board meeting.“As long as I’ve been at Keith, I saw that it was a real possibility after 17 years that I was no longer going to be the head coach,” Crum said
Thieves hit unlocked vehicles a disturbing trend for law enforcement
Burglars hit residential areas, usually late at night, and busy retail district parking lots, usually during the day. They go vehicle to vehicle and lift door handles.
MPD Determines Death Investigation to be Homicide, Makes Arrest - Alabama News
The Montgomery Police Department has charged a Montgomery man in connection with the death of Tervaris Payne, 30. Payne sustained a fatal gunshot wound during a violent altercation in which a second male, Kalvin Sankey, 23, also sustained a fatal gunshot wound. The incident occurred on Saturday, Apr
Two shot, one killed in midtown early Friday
Timothy Martinez, 26, was located by police and fire medics at the 1600 block of Dale Drive near Ann Street just after midnight. Martinez was pronounced dead at the scene.
Not real news roundup: Aluminum isn't a health hazard, Alabama Democrat not 'recently' arrested
FILE - In this July 11, 2007 file photo, former Alabama Secretary of State Nancy Worley waves goodbye to a friend after leaving the Montgomery County Courthouse for her trial on charges of violating election laws in Montgomery, Ala. On Thursday, June 14, 2018, The Associated Press has found that sto