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AG Steve Marshall Says the City of Montgomery’s ’10 Persons or Less in Businesses’ is Unenforceable

According to Attorney General Steve Marshall: Attorney General Steve Marshall issued the following statement today based on multiple inquiries received by his office regarding the legality of an order imposed on local businesses by the Mayor of the City of Montgomery: “The City of Montgomery has notified local business owners that ‘any businesses lawfully open to the public must limit…

City of Montgomery to Limit Large Retailer Occupancy

1/2 Publix on Zelda Road (Source: Alabama News Network) Show Caption Hide Caption 2/2 Wal-Mart on Ann St./Source: Alabama News Network Show Caption Hide Caption Starting Friday, the City of Montgomery is limiting how many customers can be inside a store at once. The directive allows up to 50 customers inside at once and includes large retailers like Wal-Mart, Target,…

Montgomery County Officials Address COVID-19 in the Region: “I think it’s not resonating because people don’t see loved ones and neighbors dying right next to them.”

Mayors Steven Reed and Gordon Stone, along with other city officials held a briefing Wednesday addressing the latest on COVID-19 in the region. Both Reed and Stone pleaded with the community to abide by the guidelines for social distancing and cleanliness. Reed addressed his concerns about others not taking the pandemic seriously and enforcing the curfew. Montgomery Police Chief Ernest…

Montgomery Man Dies from Injuries Suffered in March 19 Shooting, Police Launch Homicide Investigation

The Montgomery Police Department is conducting a homicide investigation following the death of Xavier White, 27, of Montgomery who died from injuries he sustained in a March 19, shooting. White was pronounced dead Sunday, March 29 at Baptist Medical Center South, where he had been receiving treatment since the shooting. On Thursday, March 19, around 1:30 p.m., MPD and Fire…

Montgomery Police Say Man Arrested for Not Complying with Curfew Order

Montgomery Police Department has charged one adult male with violation of the city’s curfew order. Police say the man was arrested for loitering at a business in the 6400 block of Atlanta Highway. It was around 11 pm on March 29. They say the male appeared to be intoxicated and refused to comply with the curfew order. Montgomery mayor Steven…

Police Search for Person Responsible for Theft at Montgomery Law Firm

The Montgomery Police Department is currently investigating a vandalism and theft that occurred at a downtown law firm. Reports indicate that on Wednesday, March 25, at approximately 10:31pm an unknown suspect vandalized and stole unspecified property from a downtown law firm storage area. The suspect was driving a dark colored unknown make/model pick-up truck. If you have any information regarding…

Two Men in Custody After Chase Ends in Montgomery

1/3 Madison Ave & Capitol Parkway Show Caption Hide Caption 2/3 Madison Ave & Capitol Parkway Show Caption Hide Caption 3/3 Madison Ave & Capitol Parkway Show Caption Hide Caption Two men are in custody after a chase ended on Madison Avenue in Montgomery. Wetumpka Police say an officer attempted to stop a vehicle around 8:00AM because the tag was…

Selma to Montgomery March 55th Anniversary Commemoration

It was 55 years ago on March 25th, 1965 when a group of 40 thousand protesters arrived in Montgomery after completing the Selma to Montgomery March. On Wednesday ,a group from Alabama State University placed a wreath at the exact spot where the historic 1965 Selma to Montgomery March held its successful conclusion, when the marchers reached the Alabama State Capitol…

Montgomery Police Investigate Early Morning Shooting

Montgomery Police is investigating an early morning shooting on West South Boulevard. MPD Spokesperson Lt. Jarrett Williams says police and fire medics responded to the 1100 block around 7 A.M. after receiving a report of a person shot. An adult male was transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Lt. Williams says the incident occurred at a separate location,…

Maxwell-Gunter to Close Some of its Gates

Maxwell-Gunter has announced it will close some of its gates starting March 20 until further notice. The Maxwell Boulevard gate will remain open to all traffic, to include commercial vehicles. Maxwell’s Day Street and Kelly Street gates will close. The Congressman Dickinson Gate (main gate) at Gunter Annex will remain open to all traffic, to include commercial vehicles. The Dalraida…