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LIVE UPDATES: Auburn coach Gus Malzahn at SEC Media Days

ATLANTA — It's finally Auburn's turn at SEC Media Days.Head coach Gus Malzahn will speak to reporters inside the College Football Hall of Fame at 8 a.m. CT. Players Jarrett Stidham, Deshaun Davis and Dontavius Russell will do the same at approximately 9:30 a.m. CT.Follow along below for live updates


Injury, status updates 2 weeks before Auburn opens fall camp

For starters, the Tigers will open fall camp on Friday, Aug. 3, which is four days later than they started last year. Their first game of the season, Sept. 1 against Washington in Atlanta, is one day earlier than last year’s opener against Georgia Southern.


Woman arrested for endangering infant - Valley Times-News

VALLEY — A Lanett woman was arrested in Valley Tuesday evening after leaving her infant in a parked car while she shopped at Walmart.According to the Valley Police Department, Casey Hornsby, 25, of Lanett, was arrested on charges of endangering the welfare of a child.Police arrived at the Valley Wal


Police reports from July 18

Jessie James Ware, 59, of Lanett, was arrested and charged with sex offender registration notification violation.


Police seek to ID credit card fraud suspects

The first suspect is a black female standing about 5-feet, 8-inches tall and weighing about 160 pounds. She was last seen wearing a dark-colored dress and white sandals, and was carrying a red purse.


Phenix City man faces attempted murder charges after drive-by shooting

Ford is currently in the Muscogee County jail, pending extradition to Phenix City, Alabama.


All the latest scores and schedules from West Point baseball teams - Valley Times-News

WEST POINT — The 14 and under West Point All-Star baseball team’s journey ended at the state tournament on Tuesday night.The team lost to Bartow County 7-4 in the loser’s bracket of the double-elimination tournament. Kross Colley, Kevin Neighbors and Jordan Benbrook were the standout West Point hitt


Columbus woman says drug dealers threatened her — so she took $100K from parents, police say

Forty-year-old Jennifer Elizabeth Croy was a addict who extorted money and painkillers from her ailing parents by claiming drug dealers to whom her late brother owed debts were threatening the family, a detective said Wednesday.The 68-year-old father and 69-year-old mother estimated Croy took around


LaFayette local wants to improve community - Valley Times-News

LaFAYETTE — Most people in the Greater Valley Area care deeply about their community. Sheila Leiba of LaFayette is trying to manifest this care in a unique way that will give back.Having spoken to the LaFayette City Council on multiple occasions over the last few months, Leiba has finally chosen a d


Lanett High School Head Volleyball coach celebrates book release - Valley Times-News

LANETT — Lanett High School head volleyball coach and Lanett junior high enrichment teacher Krisse Story is celebrating the release of her first book “Married to the Game” this Saturday. The celebration and book signing will be at 7 p.m. EDT at the Zee Palace Event Center.The book details Story’s pe


FIRST ON 3: CPD respond to a bank robbery at Suntrust Bank downtown

According to the Columbus Police Department, a bank robbery is under investigation by CPD and the FBI.Major J.d. Hawk says the suspect fled on foot. There are no details on how much money they stole. He is armed.Hawk says the incident happened at just before 3:30 p.m.News 3's Ashley Garret is on the


Man charged in armed store robbery, wrong-way chase on I-65

Officers responded shortly after 5 a.m. Sunday to a silent alarm at convenience store in the 600 block of Cahaba Valley Road. When the first officer arrived, he saw a woman, later identified as a store clerk, standing at one of the gas pumps with a man. She made eye contact with our officer, pointed


Police reports from July 17

Opelika Police Department>First-degree theft of property and third-degree burglary occurred on Monday at El Primo, located at 10 Veterans Parkway.>First-degree theft of property and third-degree burglary occurred between July 13 and Monday in the 1500 block of Pinehurst Drive.**Reports will be updat


New restaurant opens in Hogansville - LaGrange Daily News

Chandra Dorsey had grown up helping her mother in her restaurant, where fried chicken, macaroni and cheese, collard greens and okra were common items on the menu.


Opelika native announces candidacy for Auburn City Council

Laura Mirarchi, a native of Opelika and resident of Auburn, has announced her candidacy for Auburn City Council, Ward 7. Gene Dulaney currently holds the seat and does not plan to seek re-election.


Opelika Police investigating illegal use of credit card and theft at Walmart

OPELIKA, AL - The Opelika Police Department is investigating a Fraudulent Use of a Credit/Debit Card and a Theft of Property fourth Degree complaint that occurred on June 25 at Walmart Supercenter.Authorities say the suspect made several large purchases using a stolen debit card.Police describe the


15-year-old fired 8 shots to gun down popular Columbus High grad, prosecutor says

But Kelly cited no motive for the killing, and said police sifting through Seawright’s cellphone, found inside his parked car that was still running when officers arrived, found no calls or texts indicating the two had been in contact before the shooting on Dec. 17, 2016.


Man threatens to kill cousin during robbery — but aunt asked him not to, Columbus police say

A man robbing his cousin June 11 put a pistol to the victim’s right cheek and said he’d pull the trigger, had an aunt told him not to, according to testimony Monday in Columbus Recorder’s Court.Terry Heath Lamb, 44, was charged with armed robbery, pointing a gun at another, using a gun to commit a c


Police search for credit/debit card fraud suspect

The suspect, described as a white female with a tattoo on her right upper arm, entered Walmart Supercenter at 2900 Pepperell Parkway on June 25.


19-year-old student running become Auburn's next mayor

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