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Alabama state Rep. George Bandy of Opelika dies

State Rep. George Bandy of Opelika, who had represented an east Alabama district since 1994, died this morning in a Macon, Ga., hospital. Bandy was 72. House spokesman Clay Redden announced the death in a press release. No other information was available. Bandy, a Democrat, represented House Distric

AL.COM - 2018-01-16 17:02:21

Montgomery Woman Sentenced to Nearly 5 Years for Identity Theft, Tax Fraud Scheme

On Wednesday, January 10, Kidiamond Sharagnes Pearson, 25, of Montgomery received a sentence of 54 months in prison for her participation in a scheme to steal identities and then file fraudulent tax returns, announced United States Attorney Louis V. Franklin, Sr. There is no parole in the federal sy

ALABAMANEWS.NET - 2018-01-16 19:34:56

Editorial: USPS needs help - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

Our national post office continues to lose money - a lot of it. With email and other competitors, including UPS and FedEx, they should be doing a number of things to set themselves apart from their competition. One thing would be improved customer service, but here is an example locally where they f

WSFA - 2018-01-16 22:58:37

Valiant Cross plans high school on Troy's Montgomery campus

The jump from high school to college can be daunting but a local private school is trying to literally close the gap. Valiant Cross Academy announced Tuesday that it would be establishing a high school on Troy University's Montgomery campus. The school began in 2015 with an inaugural class of 30 six

MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER - 2018-01-16 21:41:30

FIRST ALERT: Heavy snowfall to affect Montgomery, Prattville over next hour

The WSFA First Alert Weather team has declared a First Alert Weather Day for Tuesday night into Wednesday morning to give you advance notice of dangerous weather conditions. [READ MORE: What is a First Alert Weather Day?] Our developing winter storm is already dropping snow across much of central Al

WSFA - 2018-01-17 03:30:45

Alabama landmarks now part of Civil Rights Trail

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day may be over, but Alabama's place in the new U.S. Civil Rights Trail is here to stay. According to information released by the states tourism department, the trail links "almost 130 museums, churches, courthouses and other landmarks that were essential to the advancemen

AL.COM - 2018-01-16 14:45:51

Updated: AU cancels classes; City of Auburn operations normal; Opelika offices closed Wednesday

City of Auburn operations will continue as scheduled on Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan. 16 and 17. City officials are monitoring the forecast and will release updates on the City's website and social media accounts if any changes are made. All Auburn Public Library programs have been canceled for Wednes

OPELIKA-AUBURN NEWS - 2018-01-16 17:54:00

Winter weather spurs mad dash for groceries

Montgomery residents made sure their pantries and refrigerators were well stocked ahead of the wintry weather Tuesday. "My friends in Minnesota and Detroit called me today laughing because as soon as you hear about an inch of snow you shut everything down," said Dr. T.V. Wilson. Lashondra Vaughn say

WSFA - 2018-01-17 04:00:02

Pinon Chapter to add community cemetery in community-based land use plans within one year

PINON, Ariz. - On Nov. 8, the Resources and Development Committee (RDC) approved Legislation No. 0402-17, recertifying Pinon Chapter's Community-Based Land Use Plan (CBLUP), which re-evaluated and adjusted the chapter's first community plan. Pursuant to Navajo Nation Code Title 26 section 2004, cha


St. Michael sees progress playing in competitive tourneys

The regular season schedule for the St. Michael volleyball team included two tournaments and the Lady Cardinals added a third this past weekend, as the Lady Cardinals were a late entrant to the Kayenta Township MV Mustang Volleyball Invitational. Being invited to this competitive tournament was some


Road plan includes gravel pit, Chinle to Nazlini road

Seventeen-and-a-half miles. That's the extent of paved roads the Navajo Nation can afford to build each year based on its federal highway allocation of $54 million, the principal engineer for the Navajo Nation Department of Transportation told a room full of frustrated chapter officials and communit


Central Fair opens today; some venues change

Most of the events will continue to be held at Gorman's fairgrounds on the Nazlini road, but this year the Apache County building will be pressed into service for the baby contest, Lil Miss Central and Brave, and the Miss Central Teen pageant. Two events not officially a part of the fair but looked


Canyon De Chelly National Monument - Chinle, Arizona (GA133)

The motorhome is parked at Thousand Trails Mount Vernon RV Resort at Bow, Washington. I'll depart here August 2nd.. Since my RVing life is changing (see above), I'm starting to re-visit previously visited places. So rather than constantly re-blogging past entries, I've decided to do something differ


Ganado food handler training class

GANADO, Ariz. The Navajo Department of Health Fort Defiance Service Area will conduct a food handler training class Tuesday, Aug. 1, at 10 a.m. (DST) at Ganado Chapter. Class will be conducted in English (bring interpreter if needed). Children must be 12 years or older to attend class.


Police: Woman arrested in connection with OTR homicide

A 26-year-old woman was arrested Monday in connection with a Jan. 11 homicide in Over-the-Rhine, police report. Cincinnati police said Ashley Freeny was arrested on an open murder warrant. Police said she was arrested in connection to the shooting death of Briyona Ragland, 26. On Jan. 11, police re

CINCINNATI.COM - 2018-01-15 19:43:04

Police searching for suspect after 28-year-old shot in head, sent to hospital

CINCINNATI (WKRC) - Cincinnati Police responded to a shooting on Dawn Road around 6:45 p.m. Monday. Upon arrival, they found a 28-year-old man who had been shot in the head. The victim was taken to UC Hospital with "life-threatening injuries" but an update reports that the injuries are now "non-life

WKRC - 2018-01-15 20:32:18

How do you want Boone County to look by 2040? Share thoughts at open house

BURLINGTON, Ky. - The Boone County Planning Commission will host an open house for residents, employees and business owners in Boone County on Wednesday, Jan. 24, to seek citizen feedback on how to make Boone County a better place to live, work and play. The open house will run 4-7 p.m. and will be

CINCINNATI.COM - 2018-01-16 16:27:41

Death investigation underway in Mt. Auburn

The Cincinnati Homicide Unit is on the scene of a death investigation in Mt. Auburn. Police have taped off a home on Rice Street. They have not released any further details. There is a death investigation going on right now at a home on Rice St. in Cincinnati. Homicide is on scene. @FOX19pic.twitt

FOX 19 - 2018-01-16 22:37:00

VIDEO: Dash cam catches sliding car on ice slamming into police cruiser

PARK HILLS, KY (CNN Newsource/WNCN) - There is some incredible video that should remind drivers just how dangerous roads can be during winter weather. No one was hurt when a car slid on an icy road Monday in Park Hills, Kentucky. As the car was traveling along a straight stretch of road, it hit ice

WNCN.COM - 2018-01-15 21:20:10

Cincinnati road crews press on after four punishing days of snow, sleet, ice

Final blast of snow added new layer of snow on city streets Updated: 7:23 PM EST Jan 16, 2018 Final blast of snow added new layer of snow on city streets Armed with buffers and other power tools, workers at John Hall Body Shop Inc. in Northside are hard at work, making crashed cars look like new.

WLWT 5 - 2018-01-17 00:23:00