I-Team: Seeking Shelter Pt. 2

Alabama News Network is continuing to investigate the need for storm shelters across Central Alabama.  In part one of our investigation we found a need for shelters in rural Elmore County.  We…

I-Team: Seeking Shelter

When severe weather hits, you're told to get to your safe place.  If you live in a mobile home that could mean getting out and moving to a safer, more sturdy building, but what if there are no shelters close…

i-Team: Policing POV

In addition to handguns and handcuff, a growing number of law enforcement agencies nationwide have added body cameras to the list of standard issue equipment for their officers. Since many cameras started…

i-Team: Under Age, Under Fire

As the country grieves another mass shooting, People are asking the question...How are minors getting a hold of these guns? We have an in-depth investigation on this issue. https://youtu.be/8F1o1PJD2ko

i-Team: Building the Future of MPS

As MPS leaders work to get its financial house in order, in the midst of the state intervention, every option is on the table, including job cuts. State Superintendent Dr. Ed Richardson has said he doesn't want cuts to impact…

i-Team: FEE$

Many Alabamians use a credit card or a debit card to pay when they shop online or at retail stores. The stores pay the card companies without directly passing that fee along to the customers. But that's not the case…

i-TEAM: Trooper Shortage

If you drive Alabama's roads, it's hard not to notice who you don't see much of: Alabama state troopers. You can drive for at least an hour in any direction without…

i-Team: "Pike Road Report Card"

The Pike Road School will begin its third year in August with the same crowded classrooms they've had from the start. They've had to hire a new superintendent to replace one who's leaving after two school years. Tim Lennox has…

i-Team: Who Killed Shannon Paulk? Part 1 & 2

Nearly 16 years ago, the City of Prattville was shaken by a tragic crime, when a little girl went missing. The little girl was later found murdered. 11-year old Shannon Paulk went outside to play one day and was never…

i-Team: Where is the ASU Audit?

https://youtu.be/LvGs5z65hdE Like many controversial issues involving Alabama politics, fiction can't beat the facts fueling the issue itself. The alleged affair between former governor Robert Bentley and his aid Rebekah Mason is a prime example. The scandal and eventually resulted in…

i-Team: Is Alabama Emergency Ready?

  https://youtu.be/4mH6q0L08Fo Are you ready in case of disaster? Emergency Officials are constantly asking citizens that question. So, following the devastating and deadly Gatlinburg, Tennessee fire late last year, Alabama News Network asked the state's emergency response officials if they're…

Landing the F-35

We've been telling you for months that Montgomery is a finalist for the fifth generation F-35 Fighter Jet at the Air National Guard. Olivia Deas took a ride in the current jet, the F-16. She looks into what it will take…

i-Team: Montgomery Water Works

Most big utilities in the Montgomery area are regulated by The Alabama Public Service Commission. The Montgomery Water and Sewer Works are an exception. Their board makes decision independent of any state oversight. Some customers say that makes the monopoly…

iTeam: "Montgomery Rising?" Part 4

In the final installation of Montgomery Rising, reporter Andrew James takes the findings to local leaders who have the power to make changes in the community. Whether it's problems with…

i-Team: Where's the Interpretive Center?

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i-Team: Street Racing

[gtxvideo vid="Nk1QJMTg" playlist="" pid="2gxTqEDg" thumb="http://player.gtxcel.com/thumbs/Nk1QJMTg-120.jpg?cachebust=1461954567946" vtitle="iteam: street racing"] It takes a car traveling at 200 miles per hour 400 feet and 10 seconds to come to a complete stop. Now imagine that car rapidly approaching you in your rear view…

I-Team: How Montgomery Police Officers Are Trained on Using Force

[gtxvideo vid="aVaL7KGV" playlist="" pid="2gxTqEDg" thumb="http://player.gtxcel.com/thumbs/aVaL7KGV-120.jpg?cachebust=1456444172450" vtitle="iteam using force update"] Any time there's an officer-involved shooting, like the Montgomery Police Department shooting of Gregg Gunn on McElvey Street, decisions have to be made in a split second. Those decisions can make the…

i-Team: Montgomery Recycling

[gtxvideo vid="8a3H1DrI" playlist="" pid="2gxTqEDg" thumb="http://player.gtxcel.com/thumbs/8a3H1DrI-120.jpg?cachebust=1455743795393" vtitle="WAKA_2016_02_17_06_10_15"] There was a ground-breaking ceremony in July of 2013 for a unique new municipal recycling facility in Montgomery. It was built with the promise that as much as 85 % of Montgomery's household garbage…

i-Team: Mayor says AG Conspiring to Keep Victoryland Closed

[gtxvideo vid="QpPaGidB" playlist="" pid="2gxTqEDg" thumb="http://player.gtxcel.com/thumbs/QpPaGidB-120.jpg?cachebust=1455293672804" vtitle="I-team Playing the odds"] When Governor Robert Bentley signed an executive order last November giving enforcement authority of anti-gaming laws to local sheriffs and district attorneys, many people thought that cleared the way for Victoryland…

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