Auburn University female students urged to stay vigilant against potential harmEdy ZooNewsBreak Contributor
Kyle Clinkscales, A 22 years old Auburn University Student in Alabama, Discovered After 47 YearsBlog VineNewsBreak Contributor
New Texas Roadhouse Restaurant Announced For 2024 OpeningJoel EisenbergNewsBreak Contributor
The Tuskegee Syphilis Study: A Tragic Chapter in American Medical HistoryMargaret SandraNewsBreak Contributor
New lawsuit filed against Tuskegee youth facility, director and others
MACON COUNTY, Ala. (WSFA) - A second lawsuit has been filed against a youth residential facility in Tuskegee, the facility’s director, and other employees. The lawsuit alleges horrific abuse and neglect inflicted upon a 15-year-old child by staff and residents who lived at Brighter Path Tuskegee, formerly called Sequel, a youth residential facility in Tuskegee.
Four Auburn rideshare bus passengers may have been drugged by driver, police say
Police continue to investigate after four women on a rideshare bus on an Alabama university campus allege they were drugged by the bus driver. Auburn police and Auburn University security said four women reported the incident Tuesday to the university’s security force. The women apparently had used the rideshare...
Three Tiger gymnasts named WCGA All-Americans
The trio of suni lee, Derrian Gobourne, and Cassie Stevens is not done being honored for their great seasons. All three were named All-Americans by the Women’s Collegiate Gymnastics Association on Thursday. Lee was named First Team All-American on bars and picked up second team in the all-around. Gobourne...
Campus Safety and Security issue aggravated assault notice
In an Auburn Campus Safety notice that was sent out earlier today, students were informed of the possible drugging of four females that took place on Friday evening, March 17. The incident took place in a local rideshare bus service after the four survivors took the bus from campus to an off-campus event.
Auburn police arrest man, woman on drug charges
AUBURN, Ala. (WTVM) - Auburn police arrested a man and woman on drug charges. On March 17, Auburn police arrested 20-year-old Trevon Jamar Henderson and 22-year-old Mya Renea Patterson both from Auburn. Henderson was charged with the following:. Drug trafficking. Unlawful distribution of a controlled substance. Possession of marijuana first...
Two Tallassee officers honored for life saving measures
Two Tallassee citizens are still alive after the actions of two Tallassee police officers. Lt. Matthew Manning and officer Andres Amaya were honored in a small ceremony for their actions. “The two officers went above and beyond their call of duty,” Tallassee police chief Todd Buce said. “There were two...
Auburn has ‘a lot of work to be done’ at receiver as passing game takes shape under Hugh Freeze
Marcus Davis presented a word of the day to his wide receiver room earlier this week: Consistency. It’s one he wants his players to focus on during the back half of spring practices, as the Tigers’ wide receivers haven’t quite been up to par during this first set of practices under new head coach Hugh Freeze.
Body image issues affect both male and female athletes
Body image issues are common among athletes and can be a huge problem in their life. “While there are some differences, at the root, they are the same to meet societal standards for both male and female athletes,” said Auburn goalkeeper Maddie Prohaska. “I think male athletes struggle just as much as female athletes, but it’s not talked about as much and is kind of passed off as being strong and tough.”
Another big group of visitors, including 8 4-star recruits, expected to visit Auburn on Friday
Auburn will hold its ninth spring practice on Friday and more than 20 recruits from several different states plan to be there to see it.
Friday Night Notes: Auburn's 'phat' new RB, Georgia hosts No. 1 recruit and more
USA TODAY High School Sports‘ Friday Night Notes is a weekly high school recruiting recap that looks at the latest news from around the country—from the Class of 2024 to ’25 and beyond. We begin this week with the latest high school football recruiting news, hot off...
3 new Auburn restaurant openings, including The Plains Taproom with 40 self-serve taps
If you’ve been near downtown Auburn lately, you may have noticed these three new restaurants pop up. Whether you’re looking for a good drink or a sweet treat, these new additions are neat new destinations. Here’s what to expect from Auburn’s newest openings. 1. The Saloon.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING RZ-2023-005
RZ-2023-005 TO: All resident citizens of the City of Auburn, Alabama, and other interested persons:. Take notice that the Planning Commission of the City of Auburn, Alabama, will hold a public hearing on Thursday, April 13, 2023 at 5:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers of the Auburn Public Safety Building located at 141 North Ross Street. Said hearing will be to consider a request from Brett Basquin, Foresite Group, LLC, on behalf of John and April MacDonald for an amendment to the Madison Park Planned Development District (PDD) [Ord. 2771]. This is a request to amend the PDD to remove property located at 652 Haley Lane from the PDD. If approved, the acreage will assume the base zone designation, Comprehensive Development District (CDD).
Chill Out! At Chewacla
AUBURN — The Chill Spot, a local food truck offering hot dogs, tacos, frozen treats and more, has found a home at Chewacla State Park in Auburn. “We are the food vendor of Chewacla,” said The Chill Spot owner and founder James Little. “I honestly have the dream job.”
Alabama A&M students share tips to stay safe from being drugged
Alabama A&M students share their safety tips after four Auburn University students claim they were drugged. The four female Auburn students filed a report with the campus police stating that a rideshare bus picked them up to take them to an off-campus location. According to the report, the bus driver was handing out mixed drinks. The women drank these and later in the night began to feel sick.
Law enforcement agencies to host Cops on Top fundraiser in Lee Co.
AUBRUN, Ala. (WTVM) - Several local law enforcement agencies are on a mission to raise funds for the Lee County Special Olympics at the 2023 Cops on Top event. This year, the Auburn Police Department will raise money at the Kroger on Dean Road on, Friday, April 14, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. The Opelika Police Department will fundraise at the Tiger Town Kroger at the same time with help from the Lee County Sherriff’s Department.
Notice of Lis Pendens - 711 Railroad Avenue
Elaine K. Kirschner, Norman A. Koplon, Jeffrey Simon, Rosalyn S. Rosenblum, and Sirco, Inc. Notice is hereby given that the City of Auburn, Alabama intends to proceed pursuant to §11-40-30 et seq., Ala. Code (1975) to demolish the structure located on the real estate hereinafter described. The Building Official of the City of Auburn, Alabama has determined that the structure is unsafe to the extent that such is a public nuisance.
Dining Changes to the Student Center
AUBURN, Ala. (EETV) - Following the end of this semester, the Melton Student Center will be making changes to its dining options. Au Bon Pain has been removed from the student center, and in its place will be a fully operational Starbucks. This Starbucks will have a full kitchen and seating area, comparable to the Starbucks in Lowder Hall.
Notice of Lis Pendens - 701 Railroad Avenue
Arnetas S. Melton and Chenavis Evans 701 Railroad Avenue. Notice is hereby given that the City of Auburn, Alabama intends to proceed pursuant to §11-40-30 et seq., Ala. Code (1975) to demolish the structure located on the real estate hereinafter described. The Building Official of the City of Auburn, Alabama has determined that the structure is unsafe to the extent that such is a public nuisance.
Extensions instructs landowners in soil testing
Alabama Extension provides resources and training to farmers, gardeners, and homeowners on soil testing, to gauge their land’s nutrient and lime levels for crops and plants. Throughout Alabama, local Extension offices help landowners learn to take soil samples which can be submitted to the Auburn University Soil, Forage, and Water Testing Laboratory for analysis. The laboratory offers routine soil analysis and also more advanced testing.
Diabetes medicines being used for weight loss, professor says
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - Prescription drugs Ozempic and Mounjaro, intended for Type 2 diabetes patients, are now being used by many people to help spur weight loss, according to a professor at Auburn University. With the drugs selling faster, Jeanna Sewell with Auburn University’s pharmacy school says some diabetics can...
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