Saturday, November 22, 2014

CBS 8 Troy Newsroom

Will Muschamp Go To Troy?
The clock is winding down on Larry Blakeney time as head coach.

Troy Veterans Center Future In Hands of Courts
The owner of the Troy Veterans Center, shut down by the state fire marshal, continues his fight to reopen. And now it's in the courts' hands.

Troy University Hosts International Fesitval
Hundreds celebrated international cultures tonight at Troy.

Andre Ellis Rape, Burglary Charges Dismissed
Rape and burglary charges against Andre Ellis have been dropped.

Troy Elementary Annual Pow Wow
Troy Elementary students transformed their classes into tribes. More than 170 kindergartners put on their annual pow wow Thursday.

Troy Makes 'Best for Vets' List
The Veterans Day holiday has come and gone, but one university is continuing its effort to make sure military families are not forgotten.

Suspect on Run for 30 Years After Bullock Co. Murder
Witnesses say Carl Carlton shot and killed Lonnie Streeter in Midway, Bullock County back in May of 1984.

Terra Cotta Opens Farmers Market in Troy
As many farmers markets prepare to pack up for winter, one is opening for the first time in Troy.

Blair's Victory During Loss
The Pike County Revenue Commissioner is heading into his seventh term. But would should have been a victorious time, was somewhat overshadowed by tragic loss.

Incorrect Ballots Given to Some Voters in District 89 Race
Dale County Probate Judge Sharon Michalic confirms that the wrong ballots were given to some voters in the Level Plains precinct in the District 89 race.