Montgomery Newsroom

Third Suspect Arrested in 2015 Homicide

Montgomery Police have arrested a third suspect in a 2015 homicide investigation. 18-year-old Jaderrian Hardy of Montgomery has been charged with one count of capital murder in the murder 18-year-old Brandon Brown of Montgomery. Hardy was charged Tuesday in the Montgomery County… continue reading ›

Pringle Convicted of 2013 Murder of His Cousin

District Attorney Daryl Bailey announces that 25 year old Nicktavus Pringle of Montgomery was convicted of Murder by a Montgomery County Jury this afternoon. The jury convicted Pringle for the murder of his cousin Demarcus Pringle. Demarcus Pringle was Montgomery’s 40th homicide… continue reading ›

MPD: Shooting Victim Not Critical

Montgomery Police say a person who was shot in the city overnight received injuries that were not life-threatening. Officers went to the shooting scene on East Patton Avenue, off Norman Bridge Road, around 11 o'clock. More on the story during… continue reading ›

Winston's Law Makes It Through Senate

Alabama State Senators unanimously agree on one thing Tuesday- the punishment of convicted child abusers should be raised. Right now, someone convicted of aggravated child abuse can not be sentenced to more than 20 years in prison. But the Senate… continue reading ›

North Alabama Gets Snow

In North Alabama, schools altered schedules and roads quickly turned to slush as that part of the state received a dusting of snow from a winter weather system. Several school systems delayed opening or closed early Tuesday because of the… continue reading ›

U.S. Senate, Congress Races Heat Up

Longtime Incumbents are facing some opposition this year as the primary gets closer. U. S. Senator Richard Shelby has been in office for nearly 30 years. Congresswoman Martha Roby is in her 6th year. They each have opponents. But how… continue reading ›

Rep. Martha Roby Picks Up Two Endorsements

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has endorsed Congresswoman Martha Roby in her re-election campaign for Alabama's second district. Chamber officials says they support Roby because she values the free enterprise system, supports the highway bill, and supports bills like the… continue reading ›