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Capital murder trial begins for Etowah County husband accused of strangling wife
An Etowah County jury this morning heard opening statements in the capital murder trial of an Attalla man accused of strangling his wife to death and leaving her body in the trunk of her car.
Driver in fatal crash charged with murder
The crash happened Monday on Sand Valley Road, 10 miles west of Attalla. 25-year-old Brandon Christopher Roach was driving the vehicle that left the road and struck an embankment, killing 24-year old Joanie Amanda Patterson of Boaz.
Boaz man charged with murder in connection with Monday wreck
Alabama State Troopers have charged a Boaz man with murder in connection with a crash that happened Monday night in Attalla.
Wreck results in fourth Etowah County traffic fatality in one day
A one-car accident claimed the life of a Boaz woman tonight, bringing the total number of people killed in traffic accidents today in Etowah County to four.
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Police: 3 dead in Etowah County wreck
<![CDATA[ATTALLA, Ala. (AP) -- Three people are dead after a wreck in Etowah County. Police in Attalla say a car collided with a tractor-trailer pulling a mobile home on Alabama 77 on Monday morning. The passenger vehicle went under the truck's load, ripping the top off the car. Police identify the dead as 58-year-old Paul Pratt and 59-year-old Sherry Pratt, both of Attalla. A child who was in the car died later at a hospital. His name hasn't been released. Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Three dead in early morning wreck in Attalla
Etowah County Deputy Coroner Michael Head said three people died as a result of a wreck on Alabama 77 in Attalla this morning.
Gadsden Police still seeking man in auto burglary, debit card cases
Gadsden Police have released another image of a man sought in connection with auto burglary cases over the last three months.
Winter storm update: Precipitation now changing to snow
Round 2 of the winter weather across Alabama is underway as precipitation transitions to snow across the state.