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Murder Suspect Surrenders to Selma Police After Overnight Manhunt - Alabama News

Jalen Furlow, 21, has been charged with murder for the shooting death of 24-year-old Leon Sanders.


Trump endorsement helps Rep. Martha Roby win Alabama runoff

There’s little room for hurt feelings in politics, but people somehow manage to make space for them anyway. So when Roby drew an opponent in the GOP primary who accused her of being insufficiently loyal to President Trump and his agenda, it wasn’t entirely unexpected. What was surprising was that th


Ginza Korean restaurant reopens after makeover

The sign out front has been changed to “Korean cuisine,” and the sushi bar is gone. Other than that, Ginza restaurant looked mostly the same when it reopened Wednesday after a makeover. Even the hours are the same.


Congrats to Jimmy Nunn - The Selma Times‑Journal

It has been a long campaign road, but Jimmy Nunn has emerged victorious in the Dallas County Probate Judge race.Campaigning is not an easy task. It requires funds, willpower and an extraordinary amount of time to get your face out in the public and to state your case of why people should vote for yo


Ala. congresswoman wins runoff turning on loyalty to Trump

MILLBROOK, Ala. (AP) — U.S. Rep. Martha Roby won Alabama's Republican runoff, fighting through lingering fallout from her years-old criticism of then-candidate Donald Trump in a midterm contest that hinged on loyalty to the GOP president. ...


Another murder-Total homicide count rises to 8 - The Selma Times‑Journal

“Thoughts and prayers” are important. Some believe in the power of prayer and what it can do, but like this group that held the vigil, we believe it is time for action.


Fazoli's opens in Prattville

The chain specializes in oven-baked pasta dishes, "Submarino" sandwiches, pizza and breadsticks.


AP News Guide: Roby, Marshall win Alabama runoffs

Flags wait for use at Bobby Bright's watch party Tuesday, July 17, 2018 at KimberLia's restaurant in Prattville, Ala. Alabama Rep. Martha Roby, now backed with help from the White House, is trying to escape the fates of other Republicans who paid political costs for breaks with President Donald Trum


Switzer or Nunn will become next Dallas County probate judge - The Selma Times‑Journal

Nunn, Selma’s city attorney, slogan is “There’s Nunn like Jimmy.” Switzer, a senior Microbiologist at Alabama Department of Public Health, campaign slogan is “The Smart Choice.”


Predawn killing in Selma leads to manhunt; suspect now jailed

Collier said the initial investigation indicates that the actual shooting happened at First Avenue North and Lauderdale Street. Additionally, he said, investigators believe the two were in a physical altercation when Furlow pulled a gun and shot Sanders.


Non-profit holds prayer circle after weekend murder - The Selma Times‑Journal

Between readings of scripture from the Bible, several people volunteered to lead the group in prayer. They prayed for the well-being of the city of Selma, the families affected by gun violence in the city and for action to help make Selma a better, safer place to live.


Kids cook something up at the library - The Selma Times‑Journal

On Monday, July 16, the Selma-Dallas County Public Library hosted its “Cooking with Chef D” event where children gained the opportunity to create a meal and learn about nutrition from “Chef D.”


Woman pleads guilty to rape, sodomy of 13-year-old boy

Jennifer Rose Ingram, 31, of Deatsville, entered the pleas Monday morning before Circuit Judge Bill Lewis. She pleaded guilty to rape in the second degree, sodomy in the second degree and providing a controlled substance to a minor charges, courthouse records show. In the plea negotiations prosecuto


Sen. Doug Jones: Tariffs threaten Alabama jobs

From Florence to Dothan, Mobile to Huntsville, and every stop in between - Alabama is a proud producer and exporter of goods to countries around the world. In fact, according to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, more than 567,000 Alabama jobs are supported by global trade.


Police investigate crash that killed pedestrian on Friday

Around 9:30 pm, the Montgomery Police Department and Montgomery Fire/Rescue were called to the intersection of Troy Highway and Cherry Hill Road after a 2005 Chevy Colorado struck an adult male, Capt. Regina Duckett, spokeswoman for MPD, said in an emailed release. The pedestrian was brought to Bapt


Alabama police's 'Thriller' take on lip sync challenge; officer's video tops 12 million views

More Alabama law enforcement officers are joining in the lip sync challenge fun.Selma and Moody police departments are the latest to join in the video battles, which features officers lip syncing and dancing to their favorite tunes.


'He believed in us': Montgomery leader and philanthropist mourned

He co-founded Admiral Movers in Montgomery nearly 30 years ago and grew it to include a wide range of storage, records management, and commercial services, handling everything from moving military personnel to moving hospital equipment.


ELDER: Slavery – what they didn’t teach in my high school

A sculpture commemorating the slave trade greets visitors at the entrance National Memorial For Peace And Justice on April 26, 2018 in Montgomery, Alabama. The memorial is dedicated to the legacy of enslaved black people and those terrorized by lynching and Jim Crow segregation in America. Conceived


What will happen to the National Voting Rights Museum? - The Selma Times‑Journal

Should the owners count their losses, and let the building go and realize that the building is too far gone to feasibly repair?


Woman Taken to Montgomery Hospital with Stab Wound - Alabama News

byRashad SnellAn adult female has been stabbed in the 700 block of Kimball Street in Montgomery.She was transported to a local hospital with possible life-threatening condition.The circumstances surrounding the stabbing are under investigation.No arrests have been made at this time.