(MONTGOMERY)— State officials announced that the federal District Court for the Northern District of Alabama has dismissed CSX Transportation’s lawsuit challenging the application of Alabama’s four percent sales tax to CSX’s purchase of diesel fuel, a ruling that could return more than $10 million in unpaid taxes to Alabama’s Education Trust Fund.
(MONTGOMERY)—Attorney General Steven T. Marshall today announced that he has named Katherine Green Robertson as his Chief Counsel. Robertson previously served as Senior Advisor to the Attorney General.
MONTGOMERY–Attorney General Steven T. Marshall on Wednesday announced the indictments of two former Prattville police officers for multiple counts related to a burglary and attempted burglary and robbery in Autauga County.
Lauren A. Ezell
FLORENCE- A former civilian employee of the Florence Police Department has been arrested after a Lauderdale county grand jury issued an 119 count indictment for theft involving police evidence.
FLORENCE-According to authorities, Taylor Brooks was arrested on warrants Tuesday stemming from the birth of her child on February 28, 2017. In this case, detectives were notified that a child had been born at a private residence and transported to ECM hospital where the child tested positive for methamphetamine.
Investigators tell the […]
Bill Nichols State Veterans Home
The Alabama State Veterans Homes is among the best in the nation. Caring for our veterans is one of the most sacred duties we work to achieve as a state.
Jessie Cochran Young
FLORENCE-Authorities have arrested a Florence woman after the homeowner reportedly caught her in the act.
MONTGOMERY – Alabama Attorney General Steven T. Marshall announced today that Alabama is one of 13 States filing an amicus brief in support of the Trump administration’s executive order temporarily restricting the admission of foreign nationals from six countries posing a security risk to the United States. The executive order was recently ruled unconstitutional […]
By: Carole Maynard
FLORENCE, Ala. – Senior composition student and Florence native Jeremy Smith knew that in his last year at UNA he wanted to do something big. That “something big” was writing a ballet.
FLORENCE-An upcoming case set for trial in Lauderdale County for a Tuscumbia man accused of rape and sodomy should prove to be interesting. Some concerned citizens have expressed outrage that Brian Tyrell Boddie, of High Street, Tuscumbia, was ever arrested on rape and sodomy charges.