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Vehicle pursuit leads to fatal wreck, two robbery suspects arrested

TANNER, Ala. (WAFF) - Officers with the Decatur Police Department responded to a fatal wreck on Highway 31 near the Carpenter Technology building on Wednesday. According to the Decatur Police Department, the wreck occurred after a robbery at a Home Depot led to a vehicle pursuit. There were three suspects...
DECATUR, AL
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Search underway for missing Cullman woman

CULLMAN, Ala. (WIAT) — The Cullman Police Department needs the public’s help to find a missing woman. Janet Roberson was last seen around St. Joseph in northwest Cullman in the early afternoon Wednesday. Roberson was last seen wearing black shorts and a pink floral top. If you have any information, contact CPD at 256-734-1434.
CULLMAN, AL
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Firework sales allowed one time only in city of Cullman

In the city of Cullman, the sale of fireworks and pyrotechnics were previously not allowed. However, the city council voted to allow the sale of pyrotechnics through the Fourth of July. The city amended the ordinance because the previous language is no longer in line with how the state defines...
CULLMAN, AL
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New information surfaces on suspended Decatur doctor

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) - New information has surfaced surrounding the investigation of a Decatur doctor. Sammy Becdach’s license to practice medicine was suspended by the state board of medical examiners. This is after the death of a Pelham woman who apparently was not an oncology patient. Becdach previously worked...
DECATUR, AL
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City of Madison considers changing form of government

This story first appeared in the Lede, a digital news publication delivered to our subscribers every morning. Go here to subscribe. The City of Madison last week hosted its first community meeting regarding the switch to a council-manager form of government. Managers from other cities in Alabama where that form...
MADISON, AL
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Hartselle man pleads guilty for role in rape-for-hire plot

‘Negotiations are on the table’ for Alabamian captured by Russian Forces. The idea that negotiations could be on the table is a major shift from last week when the Kremlin said that a trial and the death penalty were possibilities. Housing market growing, but slowing down. Updated: Jun. 28,...
HARTSELLE, AL
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New details in case of Huntsville man accused of Decatur home repair fraud

A Huntsville man who was arrested this week for allegedly defrauding Decatur residents has a history of home repair fraud and theft allegations, records show. Arrests based on those allegations date back to 1995 in Madison County. Johnny Ray Jordan is currently in the Morgan County Jail after being arrested...
DECATUR, AL
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Obituaries week of June 29

Mr. Charles Ruben Dean, Sr. passed away June 20 at Hospice Family Care. He was born May 8, 1944, in Morgan County to Charles Hugh Dean and Mary Magdlean Glass Dean. He was employed by Monsanto as a color control specialist prior to his retirement. He was a wonderful father and grandfather and will be missed. Preceding him in death were his wife and his parents. Survivors include sons, Charles “Chuck” Dean, Jr., and Jimmie Dean (Tracy); daughters, Carol Dean and Kim Massey; and numerous grandchildren. No services are scheduled at this time.
MORGAN COUNTY, AL
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Former Athens, Limestone Co. school officials have sentencing dates changed

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WAFF) - The sentencing dates have been changed for the five former school officials involved in a scheme that planned to defraud private school students and their parents out of millions of dollars. The following individuals had their sentencing dates change:. Thomas Michael Sisk- sentencing date set for...
ATHENS, AL
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Search continues for man who shot HPD officer

Payne escaped and was recaptured twice in the month of June. Fourth of July travel expected to see increase from 2021. Car travel is expected to set a new record. Lucas will fill the spot that was left vacant by the death of Frank Travis.
NEW MARKET, AL
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