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Goodwater Woman Killed Instantly in a Single-Car Accident

A Goodwater woman was pronounced dead on the scene of a single-car accident at 5:24 p.m. on Saturday, April 25. Sharonda E. Ingram, 53, was killed when the 1998 Jeep Wrangler she was driving left the roadway, struck an embankment then overturned. Ingram, who was not using a seat belt was ejected from the vehicle. The crash occurred on Valley Grove…

“I just can’t do this.” Frustrated Parents Reconsider Home School

Frustration is mounting as more families across the U.S. enter their second or even third week of distance learning — and some overwhelmed parents say it will be their last. Amid the barrage of learning apps, video meet-ups, and e-mailed assignments that pass as pandemic home school, some frustrated and exhausted parents are choosing to disconnect entirely for the rest…

Update: Coffee County Missing Juveniles Located Safe

Two Coffee County juveniles who were previously reported as missing have been found safe. The Coffee County Sheriff’s Office has officially notified CrimeStoppers that both Juanita Mara-Ann TinaJero and Jose Carlos TinaJero have been located. The juveniles were reported missing on April 21, by their mother Melanie TinaJero. The children went missing from their residence in the area of State…

Auburn Teen Behind Bars for Multiple Theft Charges

Courtesy of Auburn Police Department Auburn Police arrested 19-year-old Caiden Nicholas Taft of Auburn on April 22. Taft was wanted for multiple charges theft related. The Auburn Police Division says officers responded to a call in the 700 Block of Tanglewood Avenue in Auburn. Upon arrival, officers discovered multiple items that had been stolen from vehicles located in the 700…

Inmate at Elba Community Based Facility Has Tested Positive for COVID-19

The Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) has confirmed today that an inmate at Elba Community Based Facility (Elba) in Elba, Alabama, has tested positive for COVID-19. This is the fourth confirmed and third active case of COVID-19 among the inmate population. Following the results of the positive test, the inmate was relocated to Easterling Correctional Facility and placed in an…

Update: Arrest Made in Shooting Case Between Two Millbrook Neighbors

Angelo D. Myles Update: On Friday, April 17,  at 6:40 PM, A dispute between two Milbrook neighbors resulted in a shooting. The shooting victim Ryan Edward Fales, a 43-year-old, was shot in the 4200 block of Oak Tree Road. Fales was treated at the scene by Millbrook fire rescue personnel and later transported to Baptist South Emergency Room in critical…

The Moody Music Building at The University of Alabama Catches Fire

Courtesy of: ABC3340 in Birmingham A portion of The University of Alabama caught fire Sunday afternoon. Multiple Tuscaloosa fire units were on scene at The Moody Music Building fighting the blaze. The fire started around 5:00 p.m. At several points flames could be seen through the large smoke cloud billowing from the building. Tuscaloosa Fire Chief Randy Smith says it…

Feud Between Two Millbrook Neighbors Leads to Shooting Leaving One in Critical Condition

Millbrook police have been investigating a shooting that stemmed from an altercation between two adult males. On Friday, April 17, at approximately 6:40 PM, Millbrook police officers responded to multiple 911 calls to the 4200 block of Oak Tree Road with regard to a subject shot. Upon arrival officers located Ryan Edward Fales, a 43-year-old Millbrook resident, lying in the…

Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed on Fox News; Discusses Reopening Alabama’s Economy

With the number of confirmed Coronavirus cases rising daily in our state and the lack of testing supplies, Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed made an appearance on fox news Saturday afternoon. He discussed when Alabama’s economy should reopen… explaining that less than 1% of the state’s population has been tested for the virus. Mayor Reed explained the importance of what he…

UPDATE: Auburn Police Identify Victim in Homicide Investigation

Auburn Ala,- Auburn police have confirmed the identity of the woman who was found dead April 17, in the 9500 block of U.S. Highway 280 as Nancy A. Nash, age 54, from Phenix City, Alabama. According to assistant police chief, Clarence Stewart, police responded to the area after receiving an assist agency call in reference to a vehicle fire. A…