Russellville Most Wanted for Sept. 27, 2016

Teresa Frederick Hancock is wanted by Russellville Police on a Grand Jury Indictment for Assault 2nd Degree, Resisting Arrest and Theft of Property 4th Degree. Anyone that may know the suspects location may contact Russellville Police or Shoals Area Crime Stoppers. You may remain anonymous.



Tide finalizes game plan for homecoming game with Kentucky

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The University of Alabama football team went through a final full practice on Thursday afternoon, working a 90-minute session in shells at the Hank Crisp Indoor Facility. The practice focused on special teams and put the final touches on a game plan for Kentucky.


Restaurant was hub for Alabama political figures

Interior of Elite Cafe Montgomery from a postcard of the time

Alabama’s most famous political restaurant and watering hole for 50 years was Montgomery’s Elite Restaurant. Until it closed about 1995, the Elite (pronounced “E-light”) was the place to eat and be seen. Many a political deal was struck at its back tables.


Russellville woman wanted on chemical endangerment charges

Brittney Michelle Wilson

RUSSELLVILLE– Authorities in Russellville are searching for Brittany Michelle Wilson. Wilson has an outstanding arrest warrant for chemical endangerment of a child.


Authorities ask for help in identifying suspected thief

TUSCUMBIA- Authorities in Colbert County are asking for help in identifying a theft suspect at a sporting goods store.


Man Missing in Lauderdale County

Robert Deshawn Childers


MISSING: Robert Deshawn Childers PLEASE SHARE.



Crimson Tide gets ready for Kentucky

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The University of Alabama football team practice in full pads for two hours on Tuesday afternoon at the Thomas-Drew Practice Fields.


Leighton man dies from injuries in motorcycle crash

LITTLEVILLE-A single-vehicle crash at 10:55 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 24, has claimed the life of a Leighton man.


Former attorney must register as sex offender

Donald Glenn Tipper (Photo LCDC)

FLORENCE-The state’s case against former Florence attorney Don Tipper hit a major snag on Tuesday, the state then offered Tipper and his attorney a plea deal, but he must still register as a sex offender.


Florence attorney gets two years probation

Donald Glenn Tipper (Photo LCDC)

FLORENCE–Luck and Tuscumbia attorney Billy Underwood were on the side of accused Florence attorney Don Tipper today.


Alabama joins multi-state suit against suboxone makers

(MONTGOMERY) –– Attorney General Luther Strange joined 35 other Attorneys General recently in filing an antitrust lawsuit against the makers of Suboxone, a prescription drug used to treat opioid addiction. The complaint alleges that the companies engaged in a scheme to block generic competitors and cause purchasers to pay artificially high prices.


UNA Scores High Marks for Student Satisfaction

FLORENCE, Ala. –When it comes to the satisfaction of students, the University of North Alabama is better than most national and southern four-year public universities.


Police arrest suspected burglar at the scene

Brady Sanchez

FLORENCE– On Friday officers responded to a burglary in progress in the 1800 block of Tannehill Drive. Lt. Tony Barnett was the first officer to arrive and observed a Hispanic male crawling out of a window.


Two arrested when drugs found around small child

Trevon McCoy

FLORENCEl- On Friday, officers responded to Hermitage Oaks Apartments regarding the welfare of children. Upon arriving at the apartment the officers noticed the strong smell of narcotics.


Woman arrested on child endangerment charges

Taylor Carpenter

FLORENCE- Ms. Carpenter was arrested on warrants over the weekend. She is accused of giving birth to a child who tested positive for narcotics.


Hines Tire Celebrates 50 years in the Shoals

TUSCUMBIA-Wayne Hines knew he was on to something when he opened Hines Tire 50 years ago in Tuscumbia, Alabama.


Auburn trees set on fire after LSU defeat, man in custody


AUBURN-Police have confirmed a 29-year-old man from Auburn is in custody and is suspected of intentionally setting fire to the trees at Toomer’s Corner.


UNA Lions steam roll West Alabama, 45-7

LIVINGSTON, Ala. – North Alabama scored three first quarter touchdowns and the 19th ranked Lions rolled to a 45-7 Gulf South Conference road win over West Alabama at Tiger Stadium.


20 year old dies in crash

LAUDERDALE COUNTY–Troopers tell the Shoals Insider, a twenty-year-old Waterloo woman was killed in a single-vehicle crash early Saturday.


Tide extinguishes Kent State, 48-0

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The University of Alabama’s top-ranked football team (4-0) shutout Kent State (1-3), 48-0, before a capacity crowd of 101,821 on Saturday afternoon at Bryant-Denny Stadium on the campus of The University of Alabama. A strong start by the Crimson Tide quickly ended any question about the outcome as Alabama racked up […]