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Woman Wanted for Double Homicide Contacts Crimestoppers - Alabama News

“So we just ask people please help us to solve this crime because we miss our children so much,” Reeves mother, Aieda Harris says.

ALABAMANEWS.NET - 2018-05-25 22:10:28

Sheriff: 24-year-old woman fatally shot Tuscaloosa man after argument

Deputies discovered 51-year-old Lester Stevenson dead inside a home on 4133 67th Avenue while performing a welfare check. After interviewing several witnesses, investigators located the suspect, Kiara Monique Harton, who they say admitted to the crime.

ABC 33/40 NEWS - 2018-05-25 21:34:18

Tuscaloosa Violent Crimes Unit investigating homicide after body found inside home

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (WIAT) - The Tuscaloosa Violent Crimes Unit is investigating after a man was found dead in a home, according to the department.

CBS42.COM - 2018-05-25 19:42:13

State of Emergency Issued for Entire CBS 8 & ABC 32 Viewing Area - Alabama News

The counties included are as follows: Autauga, Baldwin, Barbour, Bibb, Bullock, Butler, Chambers, Chilton, Choctaw, Clarke, Coffee, Conecuh, Coosa, Covington, Crenshaw, Dale, Dallas, Elmore, Escambia, Geneva, Greene, Hale, Henry, Houston, Lee, Lowndes, Macon, Marengo, Mobile, Monroe, Montgomery, Per

ALABAMANEWS.NET - 2018-05-26 23:34:36

Dallas County co-valedictorian proud of the honor - The Selma Times‑Journal

By: Derrick ThomasRoshadia Purifoy, daughter of Roosevelt Ford and Tanesha Purifoy, was immediately surprised, and later proud, when she received the news that she would be co-valedictorian of Dallas County High School.Purifoy graduated Dallas County HighSchool with a 4.3 GPA. Earning high grades an

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BREAKING: Jackson Police investigating homicide

JACKSON, Alabama (WKRG) - Jackson Police Chief Jerry Taylor confirms to News 5 that they are currently investigating a homicide that occurred this morning. Chief Taylor says the incident happened near Miller Street.News 5 received several messages regarding a high-speed chase that began in Washingt

WKRG

Linden kicking off summer with carnival

“It will fill up all of ChiLLy Fest Park and some of the elementary grounds, as well,” Ward said.

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Saints players and coaches will lead youth football camp - The Selma Times‑Journal

Kids ages 8-13-years old looking to improve their football skills will have the chance to learn from Selma High School football players and coaches at the Selma High School Youth Football Camp on Saturday, June 9 from 9 a.m. until noon.The Saints wrapped up spring practice two weeks ago, but Saints

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Video reportedly shows Jeff Davis teacher making fun of student; MPS responds

The video, shared to Facebook, purports to show a Jeff Davis High School teacher making fun of a student, but MPS said it will not be able to unequivocally identify the teacher until the investigation is complete.Andrew Yawn / Advertiser

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I knew something was very wrong - The Selma Times‑Journal

“Councilman Sam Randolph has a warrant out for him. They said he peed in the street”. This message came from a person in my law firm. I instantly knew something was wrong. Others also knew something was very wrong. We were all concerned.I have known Selma City Councilman Randolph for many years. I k

SELAM TIMES-JOURNAL

Linden eyes purchase of new backhoe

Tyson said that the department’s current backhoe is in need of repairs that are too complicated to fix themselves. Tyson has received a quote for repairs for $20,000 from Cowin Equipment Company. He also received a $10,000 quote from River City Diesel, but that does not include the price of a used t

DEMOPOLIS TIMES

Summer Programs Available for Kids in Selma - Alabama News

“That’s the main thing, they got somewhere to go besides being at home alone or on the computer. And when they’re here we’re always doing something. They are being supervised by adults and police officers so they feel like, very safe when they’re here.”

ALABAMANEWS.NET - 2018-05-25 23:41:48

Monroe County woman killed in crash

PETERMAN, Ala. (WKRG) - A single-vehicle crash has claimed the life of a woman from Monroe County.According to Alabama State Troopers, 43-year-old Shenenia Ralashon Adams was killed when the truck she was driving overturned on County Road 30.The crash happened at around 11:40 a.m. Tuesday, about sev

WKRG

Bailey receives Medal of Valor

It was Bailey who, upon Speed being shoot by Peter Harris, returned fire and wounded the suspect.

DEMOPOLIS TIMES

Resident voices city trash concerns - The Selma Times‑Journal

By Adam DodsonThe Selma Times-JournalAs the city of Selma continues to struggle with its ability to pick up roadside trash, one resident in Ward three complained to the Selma city council that the city’s lone truck, and its crew, is not doing their job. Margie Burk, who lives in Ward three, shared p

SELAM TIMES-JOURNAL

After 44 years, school is officially out for longtime educator

“I’ve been in education all my life. That was the direction I started, and I’ve been into it ever since,” he said.

DEMOPOLIS TIMES

Demopolis BOE handles end-of-year personnel moves

During its business session, the board took care of end-of-year items and prepared for the start of school in August. Included in the actions was the approval to spend some $70,000 of federal funds for Student Safety Enhancements at all four campuses.

WESTALABAMAWATCHMAN.COM

Selma City Councilman Makes First Court Appearance - Alabama News

“He said it could September, October, November and I think the reason for that is he’s anticipating trouble trying to get some outside jurists to come into Selma and hear this foolishness,” he said.

ALABAMANEWS.NET

AKA partners with Reading Is Fundamental on Literacy Initiative - The Selma Times‑Journal

RIF local coordinator Nancy Sewell, who spent 43 years as a librarian, stressed the importance of reading to the students.

SELAM TIMES-JOURNAL

Highest UA honor given to Selmian

By Oniska BlevinsThe Selma Times-JournalEach year, the University of Alabama presents six premier awards to current students, which are the highest honors given to the students. This year, Selma native Nivory Gordon III received the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award.Gordon, a 2014 graduate of Selma Hig

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