Thursday, April 17, 2014

Across Alabama

Sarah Palin Plans Speech on Alabama Coast
Former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin is scheduled to be in Alabama next week.

Driver Sought in Crash that Killed Marine
The Mississippi Highway Patrol is looking for a vehicle that struck and killed a marine from Alabama.

Man Sentenced to Hard Labor for Indecent Exposure
An eastern Alabama man accused of flashing several women in Phenix City has been sentenced to 30 days hard labor, but must serve seven years of hard labor if he gets in trouble in the next two years.

Off-Duty Deputy Shoots Man at Huntsville Walmart
Police are investigating a shooting at a Huntsville Walmart store that involved an off-duty Morgan County sheriff's deputy.

Auburn Cancels Classes Over Alleged Threat
Auburn University is canceling classes for Wednesday following what school officials are calling an unsubstantiated threat on campus.

Alabama Firm's Lawsuits Against GM Growing
The lawsuits filed by an Alabama law firm against General Motors keep mounting.

West Alabama Drug Task Force seized $500,000
Drug agents have seized more than $500,000 they say dealers have made from selling imitation marijuana during the last two months.

Alabama Man Sentenced in Murder-for-Hire Plot
A federal judge has sentenced a Talladega County man to six years in prison for trying to hire Ku Klux Klan members to kill his African-American neighbor.

Court Papers Disclose New Details in Barron Case
A new court filing in the criminal case against a former state senator and his campaign aide discloses new information the state attorney general's office planned to present had the case gone to trial.

Taxes Deadline
Tomorrow is the last day to file your taxes.