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Alabama News Network Anchor Tim Lennox Retires after 50 Years in Broadcasting

All of us at Alabama News Network want to say congratulations and good luck to news anchor Tim Lennox, who retired today after exactly 50 years in broadcasting.¬† The last ten of those years have been spent at Alabama News Network. It was April 30, 1969, that Tim got his first job working in sales for a radio station on…

Autauga County Artist Has Work on Display at High Museum in Atlanta

We profile an Autauga County self-taught artist

Brenda Davis lives in Autauga County and can’t stop painting.¬† She paints framed works of art, but also art on ceilings, floors, even shoes. She is self-trained. She says her inspiration comes from visions, dreams and God. She said this to Alabama News Network Anchor Tim Lennox: “I wake up in the morning times, Mr. Tim, it goes on all…

“Son Of The South” Movie Being Filmed In Montgomery

ANN's Tim Lennox will be in it.

Alabama News Network Sr. Political Reporter Tim Lennox has been cast for a small speaking part in the movie being shot in Montgomery. The movie is based on the book “Wrong Side of Murder Creek” and it is set in 1961. Tim visited the film’s hair studio today for a cut to reflect that era. Watch tonight’s CBS 8/ABC 32…

Alabama News Network Anchors Read to Students

Part of The "Read Across America" in Montgomery today.

Members of The Alabama News Network staff read to students in the area today as part of that NEA sponsored program. Sr. Political Reporter Tim Lennox read for 4th graders at Vaughn Road Elementary.     News Anchor Andrew James visited with students at Garrett Elementary…   …and News Anchor Stefanie Hicks was with students at Peter Crump Elementary Categories:…

Tuesdays With Todd

In the 6:00 AM hour of ANN This Morning

We’ll talk with Montgomery Mayor Todd Strange today on Alabama News Network This Morning. We’ll be on air starting at 5:00 AM as usual…the Mayor will join us in the Six-O-Clock hour…and he’ll take your calls. Join us! Categories: Montgomery Metro, News Tags: Alabama News Network this Morning, tim lennox, todd strange

i-Team: Get Out of Jail Free

The City of Montgomery signed an agreement in 2015 to change the way people get out of jail. Instead of posting a cash bond, some defendants just sign their name as a promise to show up, even people with no address. The jury’s still out on whether it’s been a success. ¬†Alabama News Network’s Tim Lennox reports:   Categories: Gallery,…