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End Of Trail – Trail Of Tears Waterloo, Alabama September 17-18

September 14, 2021

WATERLOO-This POW WOW is held to Commemorate all those who walked the Trail of Tears and Salutes all Military personnel past and present. This ride explores the Drane-Hood route from Chattanooga, TN to Waterloo, AL where the Indians were placed on flatboats for removal. Waterloo Landing was named as an official Trail of Tears National […]


Shooting In Killen Leaves Two Men Injured

September 13, 2021

KILLEN-The Lauderdale County Sheriffs Department responded to 1219 Highway 64 Killen, Alabama on 9.12.2021 at approximately 19:30. Deputies arrived on scene and discovered two males with gun shot wounds and another male uninjured on scene. A crime scene was established and investigators responded to the scene. Through the course ofthe investigation it has been determined […]


LCS Issues BOLO For Attempted Murder Suspect

September 13, 2021

KILLEN-The Lauderdale County sheriff’s Office issued a BOLO for a suspect wanted for attempted murder.  This suspect is deemed armed and dangerous contact the Lauderdale County sheriff’s Office at 256.760.5757 with information pertaining to this case: “The Lauderdale County Sheriffs Department responded to 380 County Road 377 Killen, Alabama on 9.11.2021 to the reportof a […]


October Fun Atop Lookout Mountain

September 13, 2021

FORT PAYNE – The month of October brings cooler temperatures and glorious fall colors to DeKalb County, making it an ideal time to plan a trip to the northeastern part of Alabama. Grab a friend and make plans to check out these great events and enjoy the scenic drive with the windows rolled down. Set […]


Frankenstein At The FLPL

September 13, 2021

This month at the Florence-Lauderdale Public Library it’s all about Frankenstein: Traveling Exhibit Sept. 27 – Nov. 6 In 1816, Mary Shelley conceived a story about a scientist who creates a creature that can think and feel, but is monstrous to the eye. Spurned by all, the embittered creature turns into a savage killer. Shelley’s […]


SHOALS ARCHAEOLOGICAL STEWARDSHIP VIRTUAL SPEAKER SERIES: Collecting v. Looting

September 13, 2021

FLORENCE-The Florence Indian Mound Museum, in partnership with the Tennessee Valley Authority, is sponsoring a virtual speaker series as a part of an effort to raise awareness about looting in the Shoals area. The Shoals Archaeological Stewardship Virtual Speaker Series will feature a different presentation each month from March through October. The September presentation will […]


Limestone County Sheriff’s Deputies Receive Life Saving Award

September 12, 2021

ATHENS-Limestone County Sheriff’s Office Deputies, Jake Abernathy and Lucas Ferrell received the Life Saving Award this week. These awards were a result of an incident that occurred on July 15, 2021, at approximately 6:00 p.m., where the Limestone County Sheriff’s Office received a call about a male subject drowning off the Easter Ferry bridge near […]


Monoclonal antibody products are available for some high-risk COVID-19 patients and some who have been exposed, but are not a replacement for vaccination

September 12, 2021

MONTGOMERY-Monoclonal antibody treatment for COVID-19 helps those at high risk for serious illness by building rapid immunity to the virus and preventing hospitalization, but these products are only for those at high risk for serious illness, individuals who have recently tested positive for COVID-19, or people who are close contacts of someone who tested positive. […]


Traffic Stop By Limestone County Sheriff’s Deputies Nets Arrest Of Drug Trafficking Suspect

September 11, 2021

ATHENS-On September 9, 2021, at about 9:05 a.m., Investigator Durden was on Highway 72 East bound in the 800 block, when he observed a blue 2007 Dodge Ram stopped in traffic in the left East bound lane. Investigator Durden noticed the driver was passed out at the wheel. Investigator Durden turned on his emergency lights […]


ALEA Continues to See Downward Trend in Fatalities Over the 2021 Labor Day Weekend

September 11, 2021

MONTGOMERY – Troopers with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency’s (ALEA) Highway Patrol and Marine Patrol Divisions continued to see a decrease in traffic and boating-related fatalities compared to the official Labor Day holiday period in previous years. This year, Troopers investigated four traffic deaths and zero boating deaths during the extended holiday weekend, which began […]


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