Monday, January 26, 2015

CBS 8 Montgomery Newsroom

Five People, Including Wetumpka Woman, Killed in Chilton County Crash
Alabama Law Enforcement Agency officials say a Wetumpka woman is one the people killed in a two-car accident in Chilton County Saturday.

Judge Issues Two-Week Stay on Gay Marriage Ban Ruling
There is now a two-week stay on the federal judges decision banning Alabama's same-sex marriage ban

Students Compete in Junior-Senior Beef Cookoff
Beef was at the center of a head-to-head cooking competition for the best student chefs across the state.

River City Church Holds Fourth Sunday Outreach Program
River City Church opened its doors for its Fourth Saturday outreach program

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Hosts 18th Annual MLK Memorial Breakfast
Tthe local chapter of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity threw the 18th Annual MLK Memorial Breakfast.

Pike Road Begins Search For Teachers, Staff to Fill New School
In less than 200 days the new K-8 Pike Road School will open. And Saturday the process started to find teachers and staff.

Local Experts Weigh in on "Deflategate"
The NFL is investigating allegations that the New England Patriots cheated during the AFC Championship game last weekend, by deflating their footballs.

Alabama's Gay Marriage Ban Struck Down
A federal judge struck down Alabama's law banning gay marriage.

Alabama Unemployment At 6 Year Low
For the first time in over 6 years, Alabama's unemployment rate is under 6 percent. This marks six months of that number trending downward.

Montgomery Homeless Count Reaches About 550 So Far
An exclusive story -- the Mid-Alabama Coalition for the Homeless (MACH) is hitting the streets and shelters to find out how many people are homeless in Montgomery. They want to make sure these people get the help they need.