Sunday, January 25, 2015

Across Alabama

Supreme Court Denied Request to Remove Judge From a Greene County Gambling Case
The supreme court has denied a request by the Attorney General to remove a judge from a gambling case in Greene County.

Alabama is Looking at it's Lowest Unemployment Rate in Over 6 Years
Alabama is looking at it's lowest unemployment rate in over 6 years.

New Bill to Remove Mug Shots from Websites
An Alabama legislature is seeking a new bill that would free removal of mug shots from websites. Democratic Rep. John England of Tuscaloosa says he will present the bill march 3, the beginning of the legislative session.

A State Rep Wants Public School Student Permitted to Express Their Religious Beliefs
Authorities Are Looking for a Woman Suspected of Using Stolen Credit Cards
Authorities are looking for a woman suspected of using stolen credit cards.

ALEA State troopers Rescue Boaters on Tallapoosa River
ALEA State Troopers today, Jan. 21, rescued boaters on the Tallapoosa River.

Court Orders Dog Fighters to Pay Nearly $2 Million
The United States District Court for the Middle District of Alabama concluded restitution hearings on Friday for individuals who pleaded guilty to dog fighting in the second largest dog fighting raid in U.S. history in August 2013

Alabama Governor to Discuss Job Creation
Gov. Robert Bentley says he's working on redesigning how the state attracts new industries.

Police Probe Death of 76-Year-ld Woman as a Homicide
Police in the eastern Alabama town of Lanett say they're investigating the death of a 76-year-old woman as a homicide.

State GOP React to State of the Union Address
President Obama's State of the Union Address Tuesday was met with criticism from Alabama Republicans.