Muscle Shoals arrests for February, 2016

MUSCLE SHOALS Arrest records for February 2016:


Muscle Shoals City Council President Jim Holland has died

Muscle Shoals City Councilman Jim Holland

MUSCLE SHOALS- Councilman Jim Holland succumbed to leukemia this morning around 5:30 at his home.


Shoals Area Most Wanted: Do you know this man?

Earl Bailey Jr. (Photo courtesy CCSD)

MOST WANTED: If you know Earl Bailey Jr., you could cash in by calling the Shoals Area Crime Stoppers.


MEDICAL NEWS: UAB among first to offer women innovative solution to loss of bowel control

BIRMINGHAM — More than 20 million women in the United States suffer from loss of bowel control, sometimes called accidental bowel leakage or fecal incontinence, and Alabama resident Rhonda Green was one of them. Green’s life was put on hold as she suffered from loss of bowel control for more than nine […]

Video released of fatal Opelika shooting

WARNING: Graphic content

Shoals Insider – Keeping You Informed

Get Ready to Work begins at NW-SCC on January 19th

Ready to Work participants train to re-enter the workforce in a variety of fields including Applied Engineering and Machining

MUSCLE SHOALS– Northwest-Shoals Community College’s (NW-SCC) Ready to Work (RTW) Program will begin a new student session Tuesday, January 19th, for individuals at least 16 years of age who are seeking a new or […]

Colbert Commission Meeting: Bridge on Frankfort Road open to traffic

Newly Completed Frankfort Bridge

TUSCUMBIA-During the Colbert County Commission Meeting on Tuesday County Engineer John Bedford announced the re-opening of the bridge on Frankfort Road.


The Donald on New Years

Info for residents with septic tanks and private wells during floods


During heavy rains and floods such as those currently being experienced in Alabama, the ground can become saturated. Residents who use an onsite sewage disposal system (a septic tank system) may be experiencing performance problems due to these rain-soaked conditions.


Crimson Tide took part in media day prior to Tuesday’s workout

DALLAS – The second-ranked Alabama football team completed its slate of full practices for the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic, working nearly two hours in shells on Tuesday afternoon.


Man of the Year: Donald Trump

They treated his campaign announcement as a joke. They tried to destroy his business. They called him every foul name they could come up with. But at the end of 2015, the biased journalists, political consultants, leftist activists, snarky comedians and embittered critics of every stripe had to […]

Nick Saban on canceling Michigan State series: ‘Nothing personal’

ARLINGTON, Texas — Alabama and Michigan State were supposed to play each other about nine months from now in Tuscaloosa, Ala., but Nick Saban ended that idea. Or did he? The Alabama head coach and former MSU coach talked Tuesday about the 2013 cancellation of a home-and-home series — the teams were supposed […]

Pharmacist and a Pharmacy Technician Indicted for Conspiracy to Illegally Distribute Prescription Drugs

BIRMINGHAM – A Jasper pharmacist and one of his pharmacy technicians turned themselves in to Federal Drug Enforcement Administration agents today on charges that they conspired to illegally distribute opioid painkillers and other controlled substances, announced U.S. Attorney Joyce White Vance and DEA Assistant Special Agent in Charge Clay […]

Red Cross Seeks Help, Provides Critical Assistance Across Multiple States After Tornadoes, Flooding Force Thousands from their Homes


The American Red Cross launched a massive relief response across multiple states in the wake of deadly storms which have been hammering communities across most of the country since before the Christmas holiday.


Federal Grand Jury Indicts Two Mexican Men for Knowingly Transporting Illegal Aliens in the United States

BIRMINGHAM — A federal grand jury today indicted two Mexican men on charges that they knowingly transported illegal aliens within the United States for personal financial gain, announced U.S. Attorney Joyce White Vance and Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency Special Agent in Charge Raymond R. […]

Authorities tell merchants beware of fake money



FLORENCE- Police are sounding the trumpet about some funny money in circulation.


Tigers visit Birmingham Civil Rights Institute

ON Sunday Tide held first full workout inside AT&T Stadium



DALLAS – The second-ranked Alabama football team spent two hours working out inside AT&T Stadium on Sunday, working in full pads in preparation for the Tide’s second consecutive appearance in the College Football Playoff.


Video of Texas Tornado