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Madison Mayor’s wife reportedly doing 103 mph before DUI arrest

Julie Finley (Madison County Jail photo)

MADISON-State Troopers arrested the wife of newly elected Madison Mayor Paul Finley for DUI and reckless driving. Continue reading Madison Mayor’s wife reportedly doing 103 mph before DUI arrest

Russellville police trying to identify two suspected robbers

CRIME OF THE WEEK – The Russellville Police Department is seeking the public’s help identifying two men who robbed Walmart. The crime was caught on surveillance cameras. Continue reading Russellville police trying to identify two suspected robbers

Muscle Shoals police looking for 19-year-old

Christopher Butler

MOST WANTED – 19-year-old Christopher Butler has an alias warrant for his arrest as well. Muscle Shoals Police believe he may be in the Rogersville area. Continue reading Muscle Shoals police looking for 19-year-old

Do you know this girl? If so, notify police

Ada Marie Armstrong

MOST WANTED – 25-year-old Ada Marie Armstrong has an alias arrest warrant through Muscle Shoals Municipal Court. She`s from Florence. Continue reading Do you know this girl? If so, notify police

Academy Sports will have 63,000 square feet of retail space

Future home of Academy Sports

FLORENCE-Formerly the site of Kmart, the corner of Cox Creek Parkway and Florence Boulevard will soon be home to Academy Sports + Outdoors. Continue reading Academy Sports will have 63,000 square feet of retail space

How Does Alabama’s Loss to Clemson Impact Saban’s Legacy?

 

By Cliff Peterson-Senior Staff Writer

Despite how good Deshaun Watson is as a quarterback and how equally good Dabo Swinney is as a head coach, it is probably a fair assessment to say that most people outside of Death Valley thought that Alabama would repeat as National Champions and complete the first 15-0 season in college football history. This feat would have cemented Nick Saban’s place atop the list of coaching legends the game has seen, finally allowing him to pass the legendary Bear Bryant. But then a funny thing happened, former walk-on receiver Hunter Renfrow caught a Watson touchdown pass as the clock expired, Alabama lost and the debate was left to rage on regarding Saban’s place in history. Continue reading How Does Alabama’s Loss to Clemson Impact Saban’s Legacy?

Authorities warn of phone scam targeting senior citizens

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency’s (ALEA) State Bureau of Investigation (SBI) currently is investigating a scam targeting senior citizens in Alabama. Continue reading Authorities warn of phone scam targeting senior citizens

Florence man arrested on domestic violence charges

Darnell Long

FLORENCE–Authorities have arrested Darnell Long on a list of charges involving a domestic altercation. Continue reading Florence man arrested on domestic violence charges

New Indian Mound Museum opens

Tuesday was an awesome day as they opened the new doors of the Florence Indian Mound Museum to the Mayor of Florence, Steve Holt and members of the Florence City Council. Architect Calvin Durham and designer, Jen Kennedy presented the new museum with Arts and Museums director, Libby Jordan and Community Services Director, Todd Nix on Tuesday with long-standing advocate Charles Moore. Continue reading New Indian Mound Museum opens

MCKESSON AGREES TO PAY RECORD $150 MILLION SETTLEMENT FOR FAILURE TO REPORT SUSPICIOUS ORDERS OF PHARMACEUTICAL DRUGS


Washington, DC – McKesson Corporation (McKesson), one of the nation’s largest distributors of pharmaceutical drugs, agreed to pay a record $150 million civil penalty for alleged violations of the Controlled Substances Act (CSA), the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) announced. Continue reading MCKESSON AGREES TO PAY RECORD $150 MILLION SETTLEMENT FOR FAILURE TO REPORT SUSPICIOUS ORDERS OF PHARMACEUTICAL DRUGS