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Man killed in Busch Street shooting, homicide investigation underway
Liberty Anthony, 50, was shot at about 6:50 p.m. Friday, June 22, in the 900 block of Busch Street. Anthony was taken to the hospital where he later died.
3 killed in 3 hours in separate Birmingham homicides
Decorian Taylor, 22, was found shot to death at 11 p.m. Friday on 28th Street Southwest. Police said Taylor was shot multiple times and may have been trying to run away when he was gunned down, according toWBRC.
Montgomery PD Investigating Shooting on West Side - Alabama News
Adult Male Victim Suffers Life-Threatening Wound.Montgomery Police are investigating a shooting on the city’s Westside….and it may become a murder case, since the victim’s wounds are described as life-threatening.It happened about 7:00 P.M. Saturday night in the 900 Block of Busch Street. That’s on
Victim's ID released, Suspect Arrested in Montgomery Murder - Alabama News
Police say the men knew each other and had argued before the shooting, Sanders bond is set at $150,000 and he is charged with murder.
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
"Good old days" weren't good for everyone
In this March 7, 1965 file photo, state troopers use clubs against participants of a civil rights voting march in Selma, Ala. At foreground right, John Lewis, chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, is beaten by a state trooper. The day, which became known as "Bloody Sunday," is w
Alabama Reserve soldier who went missing during Florida training exercise is found dead
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (Tribune News Service) — A soldier from the Alabama Army Reserve who went missing during a training exercise in Florida has been found dead, according to the Clay County, Florida Sheriff's Office.
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
Autopsy results revealed after Anthony Bourdain's death
Bourdain, whose career catapulted him from washing dishes at NY restaurants to dining in Vietnam with former United States president Barack Obama, was once called "the original rock star" of the culinary world, "the Elvis of bad boy chefs". "I never was a person who needed a drink".
California choir visits Selma - The Selma Times‑Journal
But it was O’Neill who received a standing ovation, hugs, handshakes and loud applause from the choir as she recalled memories of Bloody Sunday on March 7, 1965. That day, Edmund Pettis Bridge where the Rev. Hosea Williams and John Lewis was gathered over 500 marchers before the historic march. Alab
Cowan loves being on police force - The Selma Times‑Journal
First Officer Dorothy Cowan has been in law enforcement for 26 years. Even though she has been in the career field for more than a quarter of a century, she never thought she would have chosen the job. However, she is glad she did.
Washington Street Supermarket employee under assault lawsuit - The Selma Times‑Journal
Washington Street Supermarket employee David Ammons is facing an assault lawsuit that was filed on June 7.According to the lawsuit, plaintiff Annette Mims, is filing a claim of assault saying that Ammos is the owner of Washington Street Supermarket, and allegedly followed her out of the store on May
Selma Air will observe national HIV Test Day and Men’s Health - The Selma Times‑Journal
“While HIV testing and prevention are a primary focus, we felt it necessary to reach out and bridge the gap between generations of men in our community,” Selma AIR HIV Prevention Specialist Lydia Chatmon said in a release. “Our young men need role models who can show them the ropes on and off the co
Nina and Pinta replicas docked in Demopolis
DEMOPOLIS, Ala. (WTOK) -In 1492, Christopher Columbus sailed the ocean blue. In 2018, replicas of two of his ships, the Nina and Pinta sailed up the Tombigbee Waterway and docked in Demopolis.“They’re extremely accurate replicas of Portuguese caravels, typical ships that were used during the 15th ce
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.
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.
Food Truck Saturdays set to begin Aug. 4 - The Selma Times‑Journal
On Saturday, Aug. 4, from noon to 3 p.m., Food Truck Saturday will be held downtown at 1122 Water Avenue. This event is an addition to the event known as the First Morning Art Walk.
Organpi Farm changes hours, ready for business - The Selma Times‑Journal
Organpi Farms, located on Water Avenue., has changed its hours and is ready for business. The farm to table restaurant has reopened its doors after months of being closed and owner and farmer, Dr. Portia Fulford could not be happier. Not only is she happy, but so are local customers. After being clo
Southside High School equipment stolen - The Selma Times‑Journal
The Southside High School alternate gymnasium was broken into and approximately $1,700 in metal weights were stolen from the school’s weight room.“We were shocked because we were going to come in here to lift, and we didn’t have any weight to lift,” Southside’s quarterback and 2017Times-JournalPlaye