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Macon County becomes 64th AL County to adopt Yellow Dot Program
The U.S. Veteran Affairs Fire Department, U.S. Veterans Affairs Police Department and the Tuskegee Fire Department are partnering with the towns of Franklin, Notasulga and Shorter to introduce the Program to Macon County.
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Sun Apr 20, 2014
90-Year-Old Vet Shares Secret to Life's Success
"Work harder than anyone else." That's the advice that really stuck with Bruce Williams.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Yard sale stretches from Alabama's Black Belt to Texas
The World's Widest Yard Sale has grown, by three states. In 2013, the yard sale ran across Alabama's midsection, the Black Belt, from the Georgia border to the Mississippi.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Bo Bikes Bama gears up for annual charity bike ride this weekend in Auburn
Auburn legend Bo Jackson will bring his annual charity bike ride, Bo Bikes Bama, to A-Day on the Plains this weekend.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Grammy award winner Tye Tribbett turned it for higher education on UNCF stage
UNCF An Evening of Stars ended on a high note. Grammy award winner Tye Tribbett performed his hit single "He Turned It" with a high voltage of contagious energy in which he is well known for.
The Montgomery Advertiser
8-year-old boy killed in Macon County crash
Sgt. Steve Jarrett said the boy was riding in a car traveling along a Macon County highway when it veered from the road and hit a utility pole Tuesday morning.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Boy killed in Macon County crash wasn't wearing seat belt
An 8-year-old, who wasn't wearing a seat belt, died when a vehicle he was riding in struck a utility pole this morning in Macon County.
'Red Tails' WWII airmen plan reunion in upstate NY
Some of the last surviving members of the original Tuskegee Airmen are planning to hold a reunion at an upstate New York aviation museum over Memorial Day weekend.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
'Chief' Anderson stamp to be dedicated in Tuskegee
The U.S. Postal Service will once again honor Tuskegee Airman C. Alfred "Chief" Anderson and his legacy at a stamp dedication this week.
The Montgomery Advertiser
Veteran Affairs honors 79,000 volunteers
More than 79,000 citizen volunteers were honored recently for their service to Department of Veterans Affairs medical facilities in recognition of National Volunteer Week.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Capital murder case in Albertville heading to grand jury
The capital murder case in the shooting death of 22-year-old Willie Harris Coleman Jr. of Tuskegee will now go before a grand jury, according to AL.com's news partner, WHNT News 19 .
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Fatal 18 wheeler fire to keep section of I-85 SB closed
Here are the updated river levels and forecast levels for several major river sites in our area.
All lanes of I-85 SB near Tuskegee closed after multi-vehicle wreck
Alabama State Troopers say they are working a five-vehicle crash that is blocking all southbound lanes on Interstate 85 near Tuskegee.
VA paid $200 million for 1,000 wrongful deaths of veterans - including 7 in Alabama - over 10 years
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has paid more than $200 million to settle about 1,000 wrongful death cases over 10 years, including $483,000 for seven wrongful deaths in Alabama, an investigation has found .
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Macon County Sheriff's investigator pleads guilty to unlawfully arresting salesman, assaulting him at county jail
An investigator with the Macon County Sheriff's Office pleaded guilty in federal court today to unlawfully arresting and assaulting a handcuffed man at the county jail.
Fri Mar 28, 2014
Yg's Def Jam Album Debut My Krazy Life Enters Billboard Hip-Hop R&B Chart At No.1
On the eve of his first major U.S. headlining tour, West Coast rapper YG's highly anticipated debut album, MY KRAZY LIFE debuts at #1 on the Billboard Top Hip-Hop/R&B Albums chart with first week sales of 61,026 copies.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
P-51C "Red Tail" Mustang for macjake
This rare Red Tail P-51C Mustang is one of only four like it still flying. The Americans who would become known as the Tuskegee Airmen wanted to fight for freedom as pilots during World War II.
Tue Mar 25, 2014
Victims in double-fatal Auburn crash identified
The Auburn Police Department is releasing the names of two victims killed in a 3-vehicle crash on Shug Jordan Parkway Tuesday morning.