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Wilcox County woman killed in 3-vehicle wreck

A Wilcox County woman was killed Thursday during a three-vehicle wreck in Marengo County, Alabama State Troopers said. Sonya Bradford Huckabee, 52, from the unincorporated community of Arlington, was driving a 2012 Honda CRV when her vehicle was struck by a 2000 Ford F-350 at 7:34 a.m. on U.S. 43 ne

AL.COM - 2017-11-17 06:39:47

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> First-degree robbery was reported Thursday on the 300 block of E Magnolia Ave. > Aggravated assault, menacing-knife, was reported Thursday on the 200 block of West Magnolia Ave. > Second-degree criminal mischief was reported Thursday on the 2000 block of Highway 14 > Driving under the influence of

OPELIKA-AUBURN NEWS - 2017-11-17 18:45:00

Rash of Fires Spark Arson Investigation in Uniontown

From the West Alabama Newsroom- A rash of house fires in Uniontown has residents worried about their property and their safety. Fire Chief John Williams says three houses have been set on fire in the city in less than two weeks. He says only one of the houses was lived in and no one was hurt. Willia


Metro Area Crime Center marks 1 year of fighting crime

When three people were gunned down in Gardendale on July 12, police believed they were in a race with time to prevent additional bloodshed. Kenneth Dion Lever carried out a carefully-planned ambush at the home of ex-wife Dana Lever in Gardendale's Peachtree Crossings community. Dana Lever's sister a


MCHAM hosting 'Art of the Great War' poster exhibit

To commemorate the centennial of World War I, The Marengo County History and Archives Museum will host a new, temporary exhibit, "Art of the Great War: World War I Posters from the Alabama Archives" Nov. 16, 2017 at 6 p.m. Marty Olliff, a member of the Alabama Humanities Foundation's Road Scholars


This new report challenges many of our assumptions about child poverty in North Texas

Janice Hensley draws a picture of a house with all of her immediate family represented while she spends time in the "play room" at the Dallas Life Foundation Wednesday March 18, 2015 in Dallas. (G.J. McCarthy/Staff Photographer) We live in a prosperous region, but we're doing a poor job caring f

DALLAS NEWS - 2017-11-17 13:13:41

Allen school board approves purchase of new band gear

New swag will soon be coming the way of the Allen High School Marching Band, one of the biggest bands in all the land. The Allen ISD Board of Trustees at their Monday night meeting approved the purchase of new uniforms for the marching band and clothing racks at a cost of $392,979 and the purchase o


Cornea Associates of Texas workers didn't blink during frantic year

Last year was one of exponential growth for Cornea Associates of Texas. It added two surgeons to itsstaff of five and built a full-time surgical center in Plano. Exciting times - but not without stress. The number of patients grew 20 percent overnight, with more coming on board every month, says pra

DALLAS NEWS - 2017-11-17 20:00:00

The Watchdog: Activists' beef with conservative legislators may reshape Texas politics

A long-overdue war has broken out between the state's billion-dollar education establishment (Big Ed) and conservative state lawmakers who sometimes vote against Big Ed's wishes. The battlefield is the ballot box. Organizers of the anti-tea party campaign set a goal of getting every school district

DENTON RECORD-CHRONICLE - 2017-11-17 18:40:02

You'll Love The Unique Design Of This Amazing Plano Home

PLANO, TX - Fresh paint, granite counters, double ovens and the largest master bathroom you've ever seen. What's not to love? This home is the best place to relax, entertain or enjoy quality time with your family. Tell your realtor you saw this dreamy home on Realtor.com.Take a look at the beautifu

PATCH - 2017-11-17 06:25:50

Food News: '90s Pop Culture Meets Sushi at Sushi Marquee, New East African Eats and More

The Star in Frisco is getting a curious addition in December: Sushi Marquee, a "fun-loving Japanese-inspired concept" that's serious about cocktails, sushi and '80s/'90s pop culture. A new concept from Crafted Bar Concepts (Shell Shack, Back 9, Shakertins) Sushi Marquee will serve "sushi, sashimi, c

DALLAS OBSERVER - 2017-11-17 10:00:00

Affidavit: Sherin Mathews left home alone night before disappearance; mother in custody

Sini Mathews, the adoptive mother of Sherin Mathews, has been charged with abandoning or endangering a child after turning herself in to police Thursday afternoon. Sini was escorted by her attorney when she turned herself in at the Richardson City Jail. The charges come three days after Sini appeare

WFAA - 2017-11-17 04:22:26

'48 Hours' episode on murder trial of Richardson's Jason Lowe airs Saturday

The case of a Richardson man convicted of murdering his girlfriend will be the subject of a 48 Hours episode this weekend. Jason Lowe was sentenced in September to 50 years in prison for the May 2016 slaying of Jessie Bardwell, a death Lowe had claimed was an accident. Lowe took the stand in his own

DALLAS NEWS - 2017-11-17 01:41:46

Sex offender headed to prison for not registering

FORT EDWARD - A Whitehall man who was arrested in June for failing to register as a sex offender has been sentenced to up to 3 years in state prison. Donald J. Williams Jr., 42, of Route 4, pleaded guilty in Washington County Court to a felony count of failure to register as a sex offender. Williams

POST-STAR - 2017-11-17 17:21:00

Jury weighs verdict in child sex assault trial

Rolls, 31, is on trial for a single charge of aggravated sexual assault on a child. He is accused of assaulting her for more than a year, starting on her 11th birthday and continuing until the summer of 2016. A felony conviction would carry a statutory minimum of 25 years in prison and a maximum of

RUTLAND HERALD - 2017-11-17 01:10:00

Police: Woman went through red light, caused crash

KINGSBURY -- Two people were hurt Thursday afternoon when two cars collided at the intersection of Route 196 and Burgoyne Avenue, police said. The Washington County Sheriff's Office said Tracey L. Bennefield, 40, of Queensbury passed through a red light while driving south on Burgoyne, resulting in

POST-STAR - 2017-11-17 10:31:00

Street Talk: Boys & Girls Club, NeighborWorks partner to revitalize neglected alley

The project, a creation of Boys and Girls Club members, is seen as an attractive, inviting gateway between downtown and the Northwest neighborhood. Jillian Branchaud, Castleton We've got the Boys & Girls Club in conjunction with NeighborWorks doing a youth public arts initiative. It's self-directed,

RUTLAND HERALD - 2017-11-17 17:03:13

Woman admits to 3 drug felonies

A Castleton woman was sent to drug court this week after admitting to three felonies. Janelle Carter, 32, pleaded guilty Monday in Rutland criminal court to three charges of selling heroin, according to court records. Her case's status was changed to inactive as she attends the drug court program, w

RUTLAND HERALD - 2017-11-17 01:10:00

UPDATED: Wife of Fort Ann murder suspect pleads guilty

FORT EDWARD - The wife of the man who is accused of choking his 95-year-old grandmother to death pleaded guilty Thursday in Washington County Court to assisting her husband dispose of the alleged murder weapon and other charges. The lawyer for the man accused of the killing harshly criticized the pl

POST-STAR - 2017-11-17 18:45:00

Vermont Symphony Orchestra comes to Mettawee Community School

PAWLET - The Vermont Symphony Orchestra's "Fanfare" Brass Trio will perform at West Pawlet's Mettawee Community School at 10:15 a.m. on Dec. 4, in addition to performances at the Wells Village School and the Benson Village School the same day. The performances are part of the Vermont Symphony Orch

MANCHESTERJOURNAL.COM - 2017-11-16 08:00:00