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Montgomery Motorcyclist Fatally Killed in Crash with SUV

On Thursday, May 24, Montgomery Police and Fire Medics responded to Mobile Highway at Greenleaf Drive in reference to a two-vehicle collision that resulted in one fatality. The crash involved a 2017 Cadillac XTS and a 2002 Honda Shadow motorcycle. The operator of the motorcycle, Andre Carroll, 37, of Montgomery sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced dead on scene. The…

Ozzy Osbourne Convicted of 2015 Montgomery Barbershop Murder

District Attorney Daryl Bailey announced today that Ozzy Osborne, 27, of Montgomery was convicted of murder by a Montgomery County Jury. On September 11, 2015, Osborne shot 30-year old Rodrekas Zeigler once in the neck at a barber shop located off of Lower Wetumpka Road. According to the testimony of witnesses, the Defendant attacked the victim as he was entering…

Governor Ivey Announces Deployment of National Guard Soldiers to Southwest Border

Governor Kay Ivey, at the request of the Trump Administration and upon the recommendation of the Alabama Adjutant General, Maj. Gen. Sheryl Gordon, has approved the deployment of one helicopter and five personnel to help protect the United States’ southwest border with Mexico. The soldiers will be supporting the Texas National Guard in partnership with the U.S. Customs and Border…

MPS Releases Statement After Video Goes Viral of Teacher Making Fun of Student

Montgomery Public School officials have launched an investigation into a video that is making the rounds on social media. The video appears to show a teacher at Jefferson Davis High School making fun of a student getting extra help from a teacher.  The video was posted to Facebook by a woman who says the student in the video is her…

Host of Lawmakers Across the State Endorse Kay Ivey for Governor

Forty-five Alabama lawmakers from across the state today endorsed Kay Ivey for Governor, citing her leadership in creating jobs, putting more money back in Alabamians pockets and prioritizing conservative values. A complete list is available below. “From my experience as Lieutenant Governor, I understood and prioritized open communications between the Executive and Legislative Branch to make sure we were effectively…

Faulkner University Strengthens Relationship with Chinese Partners

An international friendship that has remained strong for nearly a decade was made evident again as Faulkner University hosted three professors from Xiangyang, China, last week. The visit was a part of a cultural exchange program between Faulkner University and Xiangyang Vocational and Technical College (XVTC), which began in 2010. At a welcome luncheon for the Chinese guests, Mr. Rongbao…

Deatsville Man Killed in Crash with Unoccupied Vehicle

A two-vehicle crash on Wednesday, May 23, has claimed the life of a Deatsville man. Carl Wade Nelson, 44, was killed when the 1997 GMC Suburban he was driving left the roadway and struck an unoccupied 2016 Toyota 4Runner. Nelson was pronounced dead a short time later at Elmore Community Hospital. The crash occurred on Alabama 111 near the intersection of…

NFL to Require All Players and Personnel to Stand for National Anthem; Will Face Fines if Not in Compliance

The Latest on the NFL’s new policy requiring players to stand if they are on the field during the national anthem but permitting them to stay in the locker room if they prefer (all times EDT): ___ 6 p.m. Arizona Cardinals safety Antoine Bethea says the NFL’s new national anthem policy is “not really a compromise,” as touted by the…

Man Arrested for Assault on Montgomery Police Officer

On Tuesday, May 22, Montgomery Police Department patrol observed an adult male walking down the middle of Zelda Road. The male refused the officer’s request to leave the roadway and continued to block traffic. The male was identified as Demetrius Jones. After a warrant check, it was brought to the officer’s attention he had outstanding warrants. As officers were attempting to…