National headlines blazed the story: Churchgoers Gunned Down During Prayer Service in Charleston, South Carolina. After a 21-year-old white supremacist opened fire in the church, nine African Americans lay dead—leaving their families and the nation to grapple with this senseless act of terror.
A Tanner man was arrested Sunday for allegedly forging Judge Matthew Huggins’ signature on a phony court order, which he issued to the victim’s attorney demanding the victim to release “tools, equipment, furniture, and other assets” to the him as part of a case in small claims court.
According to our news partners at the Times Daily, Alabama legislators passed hundreds of new laws this year, but they also sent several decisions to Alabama voters in the form of proposed constitutional amendments.
According to our news partners at the Times Daily, building department officials have determined 27 Airbnb or other transient short-term rental owners are in violation of the city’s zoning regulations for R-1 and R-2 single family residential zones.
The imposters, described as white and in their 30s or 40s, are reportedly driving around in an older model gold Pontiac with blue lights and a siren, said Deputy Stephen Young, public information officer for the Sheriff's Office.
Attorney General Steve Marshall announced today that approximately 289 former Alabama students of ITT Technical Institute will receive $2.3 million in debt relief as part of a national multi-state settlement with the loan company Student CU Connect CUSO LLC, known as CUSO.