Monday, May 25, 2015

CBS 8 Troy Newsroom

Finding Common Ground on Confederate Flags in Union Springs
Confederate flags in a city-owned Union Springs cemetery have recently waved in the middle of controversy, but now they are back up after a peaceful conclusion.

CHHS Grad Recovers From Gunshot Head Wound, Graduates
Graduates all across our area are crossing the stage to get heir high school diplomas. It's a milestone for many, but for one graduate, this school year was much more challenging than passing quizzes and final exams.

Controversy Over Confederate Flags in Union Springs Cemetery Continues
Union Springs city leaders are now involved in the controversy over confederate flags in a city owned cemetery.

Thousands in Troy for Weekend Events
More than one thousand special olympians are gearing up to compete at Troy University.

Goshen Softball Heads To State Finals
The Lady Eagles left Goshen with quite the exit, heading to the state championship tournament.

Troy Police Hold 37th Police Memorial Ceremony
A crowd in Pike County gathers to honor fallen law enforcement officers.

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A sparkling purple Harley-Davidson Softail motorcycle could be yours if you're the lucky winner of our Alabama News Network watch and win contest.

Sister Schubert Spends Time with CHHS Students
Charles Henderson High School culinary students had a special guest teacher Tuesday.

Almost 900 Troy University Students Receive Diplomas
It's a new chapter for nearly 900 Troy University graduates.

Troy Non-Profit, State Agency Helping Hillside Residents
In the month since more than 100 Troy residents learned they'd be displaced because of the major road project and the addition of a Publix grocery store, local community groups are doing what they can to help.