The Indianapolis Star
Jury trial for man accused of stabbing 2-year-old son to death starts today
The jury trial of the man facing a murder charge for the 2013 stabbing death of his 2-year-old son starts today at Hamilton Superior Court.
The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW)
Alabama paper profiles Tim Cook's Alabama roots
AL.com today published an interesting article about the life of Tim Cook growing up in Robertsdale, Alabama, complete with charming anecdotes and the requisite assortment of embarrassing childhood photos.
still finds time to return to his Baldwin County roots
The man who runs the world's most famous computer company came home like always last Christmas, flying in through the Pensacola airport.
Gulf Shores police warn residents of possible door-to-door scam
GULF SHORES, Alabama -- Police told residents this week to be on alert for a possible door-to-door scam involving magazine sales.
Alabama Peanut Producers Plan Farm Bill Meetings
DOTHAN, Ala., - The Alabama Peanut Producers Association will host two meetings to help growers better understand the 2014 farm bill, which was signed into law Feb. 7. Stanley Fletcher, director of the National Center for Peanut Competitiveness and professor emeritus from the University of Georgia, will provide information on the new Farm Bill.
Girls and Boys To Host Sub-Regional Games
Vigor's Patricia Hayward and Johnell Norwood scramble for the ball with Faith Academy's Unique Thompson on Monday at Faith Academy However, half the field will be eliminated later this week when area champions from around the state host sub-regional games.
California man accused of securities fraud in Baldwin County
Officers arrested Vahak Dino Awadisian of Beverly Hills, Calif., on Feb. 5 at the Los Angeles International Airport on an outstanding warrant out of Baldwin County.
Farm Bill Meetings Set to Inform Growers
With last week's passing of the Farm Bill, the Alabama Peanut Producers Association has scheduled two meetings to help growers better understand the new legislation.