Saturday, November 22, 2014
South Alabama Newsroom
Non Profit Gives Lunch For a Special Cause
One South Alabama organization brought joy in a special box. All in hopes to raise awareness and funds.
South Alabama Storm Damage Update
South Alabama officials say they finally know what kind of storm hit their area.
Butler County Schools Recieve New Grant From UAB
One South Alabama school system is receiving a special grant. All in hopes to help more students get more scholarships and go to college.
66th Annual Governor's Turkey Pardoning
Thanksgiving is just two weeks away, and keeping up with tradition Governor Bentley had the tough decision on deciding the fate of some guests.
Andalusia Honored Veterans with Morning Parade
The city of Andalusia honored veterans early this morning with a parade.
Opp Lays Down Foundation For Much Needed Building
In South Alabama some city employees are unhappy with working conditions in one city owned building. City officials say big changes are on the horizon.
Kidnapped child from MS found safe in Butler County
Police say a 6-year-old child who was kidnapped from Pascagoula, Mississippi, has been found safe and his non-custodial father has been arrested in Butler County, Alabama.
Butler Co. Showcases Local Industries
One South Alabama County is promoting the importance of local businesses to high school students. All in hopes to educate and provide more opportunities after school.
Greenville High School Hosts Annual Junior ROTC Drill Competition
Wednesday was a busy day at Greenville High School.
Comfort Care Hospice Informs About Elderly Abuse
Reports of elderly abuse in the U-S is on the rise, but officials in one county in South Alabama are working hard to keep residents informed, in hopes of preventing it from happening there.