Friday, April 25, 2014

CBS 8 Troy Newsroom

Draft Beer Now Legal In Troy
The kegs are flowing in Troy and many residents were taking advantage of newly legal draft beer in the city.

City of Troy Working On Creating Bike Route
The City of Troy is hoping to soon become more bicycle-friendly.

Virtual High School Coming Soon To Pike County
It's a digital age nowadays, where more and more schools across the state are offering online courses in their high school lesson plans.

Troy City Council Passes Draft Beer Ordinance
Restaurants have to wait only one more day before selling draft beer in Troy.

Retired Police Officer Found Not Guilty against Rape, Sodomy Charges
A retired police officer accused of rape and sodomy is found not guilty.

Former Police Officer Found Not Guilty on Sex Abuse Charges
A retired police officer accused of rape and sodomy is found not guilty.

Hazmat Crews Cleaning up Wreck in Brundidge
Hazmat crews are cleaning log truck wreckage on a roadway near Brundidge.

CBO on Obama Budget: Higher Deficits than Claimed
A report by the Congressional Budget says the president's budget request would result in significantly larger deficits than he claims.

Two Arrests After Multiple Burglaries
What's Right: Remembering Bluegrass Pioneer
Rex Locklar was the face behind decades of bluegrass music in the Pike County community of Henderson.