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State troopers investigating two fatal crashes

Alabama State Troopers are investigating two crashes that claimed the lives of three people, including two children, in West Alabama on Wednesday. A 12-year-old was killed in a crash near Centreville Wednesday, Senior Trooper Reginal King said. The 16-year-old driver and an 8-year-old passenger were

TUSCALOOSA NEWS - 2017-11-24 00:43:58

12-year-old killed in Thanksgiving Eve car crash in Bibb County

A single-vehicle crash killed a 12-year-old and injured two others Wednesday afternoon in Bibb County. A 2006 Chevrolet Impala left the roadway and overturned on Alabama 25 about eight miles north of Centreville at 1:50 p.m. Wednesday, according to the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency. The 12-year-old

AL.COM - 2017-11-23 20:50:09

12-year-old killed, two others injured in Bibb County crash

A 12-year-old was killed and two others were injured in a Bibb County crash Wednesday. ALEA says the 12-year-old died when the vehicle he was riding in left the roadway and overturned. A 16-year-old, who was the driver, and an 8-year-old were both taken to Bibb Medical Center for treatment. The sev

ABC 33/40 NEWS - 2017-11-23 13:43:00

Gov. Ivey Awards Grant to Selma Organization to Boost School Attendance, Reduce Juvenile Crime

A $24,750 grant awarded by Governor Kay Ivey will help a Selma-based organization reduce absenteeism in Selma and Dallas County schools and curtail juvenile crime. The grant will enable the Children's Policy Council of Dallas County to provide resources and guidance to encourage students at risk of


Look Back ... to a storm in Clay County, 1992

Provision for total war meant handling the enemy combatants who were captured. As this 1942 article reveals, Fort McClellan would be home to thousands. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintSave Nov. 23, 1942, in The Star: Veteran sports followers of Anniston joined his family and friends today in mourning the d

ANNISTON STAR - 2017-11-23 15:15:00

Demopolis Rotary raises more than $2,000 and 1,800 can of food

In spite of the chilly temperatures Wednesday morning, a dozen members of the Demopolis Rotary Club met at the Demopolis Food Bank to deliver a record-breaking number of non-perishable items donated during its annual food drive. Hunter Compton, co-chairman of the drive, said Rotarians and their par


Nearly 10,000 sign Springfield petition to charge people who overdose

An online petition launched by a Springfield resident to change a law that grants immunity to people who have overdosed on opioids is nearing the 10,000 signature mark that would land it on Springfield Mayor Warren Copeland's desk. The Change.org petition, which was launched in August by Springfield

SPRINGFIELD NEWS SUN - 2017-11-24 19:38:53

Chrissy Teigen asks Springfield for a "Christmas miracle"

Chrissy Teigen, wife to Springfield native John Legend, has asked the city for what she calls a "Christmas miracle." The model and her husband visited Springfield last month to attend a football game, and apparently left an important item behind. "I left my Nintendo at the Courtyard Marriott in Spri

SPRINGFIELD NEWS SUN - 2017-11-24 23:40:25

Holiday edition: 3 things to do in Springfield this weekend

The time for turkey has passed and its full-speed ahead into the Christmas season. Here are three events in Springfield this weekend that are bound to get you in the spirit for a holly jolly holiday. 1. Holiday in the City Celebrate with Springfield as the Chamber of Greater Springfield plays host f

SPRINGFIELD NEWS SUN - 2017-11-24 15:53:11

Springfield heating bills expected likely to remain flat

The average Columbia Gas customer in Clark County will pay about $90 a month in heating bills this winter, remaining mostly flat from last year. "A typical Columbia Gas household on the budget payment plan is expected to spend $534 on natural gas from October through March," said. Kelli Nowinsky, ma

SPRINGFIELD NEWS SUN - 2017-11-24 11:04:10

Gift Giver's Guide: 5 places to find unique presents in Springfield

With the holiday shopping season kicking into high gear, there are some shoppers out there in the greater Springfield area who might be wondering where they can find unique gifts off the beaten path. Here are five places where you might be able to dig up something special for the ones you love. REL

SPRINGFIELD NEWS SUN - 2017-11-24 14:24:57

Springfield police donate food to needy families for Thanksgiving

The Springfield Police Division helped local families put food on the table this holiday season as part of its 26th annual Operation Thanksgiving. About 11 families received a full turkey dinner from Meijer, as well as a second box of groceries to help people get through the holiday season on Wednes

SPRINGFIELD NEWS SUN - 2017-11-23 14:28:46

Springfield shoppers out early for the best deals

The lure of cheap televisions, half-priced laptops and steeply discounted Apple watches had Springfield shoppers up early and bundled up in the cold outside local stores Thursday morning. At a handful of stores, shoppers were out to get a jump-start on the best deals, even as the traditional shoppin

SPRINGFIELD NEWS SUN - 2017-11-23 19:51:10

Springfield police adding seven new officers

SPRINGFIELD, Ohio (WDTN) - The Springfield Police Department is putting more officers on the streets thanks to a new levy. The Safe Streets Task Force, which is being reinstated, will help reduce drug and violent crime, according to Capt. Lee Graf of the Springfield Police Department. Getting more o


Dog Ridge Water Supply in Belton issues boil water notice

BELTON -- The Dog Ridge Water Supply Corp. experienced a loss of water pressure on Thursday, prompting the supplier to issue a boil water notice for customers. According to a boil water notice on the dogridgewsc.com website, pressure was lost "in the area of Hwy 190 and Airdale, on the north side of

TEMPLE DAILY TELEGRAM - 2017-11-24 18:12:00

What the Belton Journal is thankful for, 2017 edition

David Tuma, Publisher I have always said Belton is just an awesome place to live. It is the reason I have stayed here all these year. Watching people get out and support Al Maxwell was heart warming. Right or wrong, he got support. BISD has benefited so much for being associated with Belton residen


Family of man who caused fatal Killeen crash speaks out

KILLEEN - A Killeen family spoke out Friday, nearly a week after police said their loved one crashed into a car, killing two people and himself in the process. On Sunday, police said Dustin Moore crashed into the back of a stopped car at the intersection of Fort Hood and Jasper Drive, killing the tw

KCEN TV NBC 6 - 2017-11-24 23:37:13

2 Killeen police pursuits on Thanksgiving Day

The Killeen Police Department engaged in two pursuits on Thursday, according to Cmdr. Erich Morsbach, KPD chief of staff. One of the pursuits involved a stolen motorcycle, Morsbach said. Another involved a car. The suspects in both incidents were arrested, Morsbach said. There were no injuries or ma

KILLEEN DAILY HERALD - 2017-11-24 22:42:00

Family member takes custody of abandoned child

A toddler who was abandoned by her father at a child care facility has been placed in the custody of another family member, according to Killeen police spokesman Cmdr. Erich Morsbach. On Nov. 16, officers responded to a call in the 1200 block of South W.S. Young Drive in which a man dropped off his

KILLEEN DAILY HERALD - 2017-11-24 21:14:00

Out & About: Upcoming events and activities in Central Texas

Looking for something to do? Here's a list of entertainment, family and social events that's sure to keep you busy. Have upcoming events to include? Email events@kdhnews.com. Items run as space is available. Best Bets Asanas and Ales Yoga with Tiffany Schreiner Humphrey is from 10 to 11 a.m. Saturda

KILLEEN DAILY HERALD - 2017-11-24 21:59:00