Montgomery native and Tuskegee resident Lady K, is a finalist on American Idol
The shooting incident happened Friday morning around 1 a.m. in the 2600 block of Martin L. King Highway.
Lady K, a Tuskegee native, has now made it to the top 24 on this season’s American Idol. She joins reporter Kay McCabe in an exclusive one-on-one. Categories: Montgomery Metro, News Tags: american idol, lady k, montgomery, tuskegee
The case of the land that houses a confederate statue in Tuskegee is in court.
Former Tuskegee Mayor and current Tuskegee City Councilor Johnny Ford has announced he is withdrawing from the race for Alabama House of Representatives, District 82. In a letter released to Alabama News Network Ford says he is “putting family before politics,” and is having health issues within his immediate family. Ford says he will continue his duties as District II…
Alabama State trailed by one at the break but used a big run at the beginning of the second half to pull away from Tuskegee for a 91-65 victory at the Dunn-Oliver Acadome on Monday night.
Residents in Tuskegee React to City Councilman Johnny Ford’s Actions Against the Confederate Monument
Ford addressed the incident in the Tuskegee town square. Ford says he’s willing to continue the fight to get the statue removed.
Since ford cut half way through one of the legs of the statue, it now makes the monument a hazard to the public, and could force the county to take it down.
Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site held a group bike ride at Moton Field to honor fallen Tuskegee Airmen. The ride began with a program, emphasizing the importance of Memorial Day and its connection to the Tuskegee Airmen. The route stretched from Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site to Tuskegee Lake and back. Participants biked eight miles, lasting for two hours. Sixty-six…
The Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site is reopening Hangar 1 at reduced capacity. The interpretive center is reopening on May 28.
On Thursday evening , human remains were found at Alabama Ave. and Avenue B in Tuskegee. Now police are searching for clues to determine what happened. Police did not release the identity or gender of the victim. The body has been sent to forensics for testing. Tuskegee PD, the Macon County Sheriff’s Office, and the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency are…