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Ozark City School's annual Christmas fundraiser is this Friday
Ozark City School's Student Advocacy Coordinator, Julie Parrish, talks to us about their 5th annual Christmas fundraiser which is Friday, November 30 from 11 am - 7 pm at Carroll High School's gym.
Mom indicted in Alabama after baby found in motel freezer
(FOX NEWS) -- A woman arrested in connection with the death of her 6-month-old son last summer and leaving him in an Alabama motel room freezer has been indicted. Amanda Gail Oakes, 36, is charged with manslaughter and abuse of a corpse, the Dothan Eagle reported.
Daleville murder suspect makes first appearance in court
David Harrison, Goulart's attorney says "I think it would be really inappropriate of me to make any comments about the facts of the case other than we look forward to our date in court and we hope to be out on bond real soon. Mr. Goulart is a retired warrant officer, which means a pilot...he flew se
Bond reduction denied for woman accused of putting baby in freezer
DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Amanda Oakes filed for a bond reduction back in November since she could not pay her $250,000 bond. Oakes had her hearing Thursday, but the judge did not have the authority to grant her wish.
Government Oversight: Could a reduction in the buffers between bars, churches and schools be on Dothan’s horizon?
Alcohol sales are one of the most polarizing subjects around, but the Dothan City Commission appears ready to discuss the topic. During its annual strategic planning meetings in February, commissioners asked the city’s planning department to reconsider some of the tenets of the local alcohol ordinan
WDHN Storm Team: Cool day ahead
DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — We're looking at a chilly Monday with lots of cloud cover as the clock ticks on. Without the direct sunlight, temperatures aren't going to warm up too much, remaining in the forties for the most part with a high of 48 degrees. Howeve, rainfall isn't predicted in the forecast, w
Arraignment scheduled for Dothan man charged with child abuse
A Dothan man charged with child abuse of a child less than 12 years old will go before Houston County Judge Kevin Moulton Tuesday for his arraignment hearing. Joseph Earl Poke, 53, of Dothan is charged with sexual abuse of a child less than 12 years old. Bond is set at $30,000.
SEAGA Level 2 team wins state gymnastics title
The Southeast Alabama Gymnastics Academy (SEAGA) Level 2 team from Dothan had a gold medal showing throughout the season and capped it off by winning the state championship. “I think it’s the first time for our gym to ever be the state champions,” said SEAGA instructor Kelley Pynes. “We have a Level
These Are The 10 Alabama Cities With The Largest Black Population For 2019
We used science and data to determine which cities in Alabama have the largest African American population. Editor’s Note: We updated this article for 2019. This is our second time ranking the cities in Alabama with the largest African American population.
Answer Man: Where was Wheelless Airport?
A: The general aviation airport was located on the west side of Dothan. It was between Clark Cemetery on Brannon Stand Road and Wheelless Lake at what is now Highland Oaks Golf Course.
EXCLUSIVE: Saffold speaks out on elder exploitation charges
DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Founder of Solutions for Justice and community spokesman Kevin Saffold appeared before a Houston County Judge on Friday morning for multiple felony charges.
Mom charged after baby found in motel freezer
A woman arrested in connection with the death of her 6-month-old son last summer and leaving him in an Alabama motel room freezer has been indicted. Amanda Gail Oakes, 36, is charged with manslaughter and abuse of a corpse, the Dothan Eagle reported.
Enterprise High wrestler Zach McFarland earns third place at tourney
Enterprise’s Zach McFarland finished in third place at the Swede Umbach Tournament in Auburn on Friday and Saturday, highlighting the Wildcat effort, which also featured a fifth and seventh place individual finish.
Rick Darlington leaving Apopka is troubling sign for Florida high school football
Rick Darlington, one of the greatest high school football coaches in Central Florida history, won’t just be driving his family and his pick-up truck from Apopka to Enterprise, Ala.; he’ll be traveling back in time to a simpler place where his new school is better suited for a man from the old school
Traffic Stop Leads to Meth Arrest in Washington County
WASHINGTON COUNTY, Fla. - In Washington County, a traffic stop leads to a meth arrest. Authorities have arrested 49 year-old Steven Joel Lewis of Enterprise, Alabama after a deputy stopped his vehicle and noticed him becoming very nervous.
Been a busy week to ponder what’s about to happen
As for sports… According to sources, Rick Darlington will make $10,000 more with his salary as head football coach of the Enterprise Wildcats than his predecessor, David Faulkner. Darlington will earn $115,000; however, he will be on a 12-month contract while Faulkner earned just under $105,000 with
Breaking: Daxton Hill flips his commitment to Alabama
2019 5-Star safety, Daxton Hill, flipped his commitment from Michigan to Alabama on Saturday. “I would like to thank the University of Michigan for their love and support throughout this time of recruiting me,” Hill said via Twitter. “Thank you to all the coaches that took their time out to come see
Abbeville boys, Headland girls win WAC Tournament titles
REHOBETH – It seemed only fitting for Daquon Kincey to score the first points of the second half when he drove the left side and neatly banked in a shot to give Abbeville the lead during a thrilling 75-71 win over Headland for the WAC Tournament title.
Headland woman found not guilty on all charges related crop protection plan
A Headland woman was found not guilty of fraud charges related to a government crop protection program this week. Anna Marie Knowles, of Headland, was charged in February with wire fraud, theft of government property, and using a false document in a matter under the jurisdiction of the federal gover
Georgia mother indicted in death of baby found in hotel freezer
A Georgia woman whose dead baby was found in a hotel freezer has been indicted. Amanda Gail Oakes, 36, of Murrayville, is charged in Alabama with manslaughter and abuse of a corpse, according to multiple media reports.