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APD adds charges to Opelika man arrested for burglarizing convenience store

AUBURN, Ala. – The Auburn Police Department has added additional charges to 41-year-old Jason Woodall while incarcerated in the Lee County Jail.

The additional charges are burglary 3rd degree (2 counts) and theft of property 4th degree (2 counts). 89 more words

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Trump is Why Wikileaks Doesn’t Matter

In any normal election year, the steady drip-drip of hacked emails would probably prove fatal to a presidential candidate.

In private emails made public, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign staffers mock Catholics, bicker, discuss strategies to court the black vote and, from emails released today by Wikileaks, collude with White House officials to explain or cover up Clinton’s use of a private email server while serving as secretary of state. 360 more words

Team Erratic Behavior Walks for Alzheimer's

Our Friends at Erratic Behavior, along with Defy Life, teamed up to Walk For Alzheimer’s. 334 more words

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US Marshals offers reward for convict on the run after overpowering Alabama correctional officer

GREENE COUNTY, Ala. (WIAT) — Since 9 p.m. Tuesday night, dozens of law enforcement officers have been searching a three-mile radius around the Greene County Jail for escaped prisoner Eric Washington. 265 more words

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West Ala. inmate escapes from jail Tuesday night

EUTAW, Ala. (AP) — Alabama investigators continue to search for an escaped inmate who was recently convicted of shooting at a sheriff’s deputy.

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency tells media outlets Tuesday night state and local police are looking for 23-year-old Eric Washington of Eutaw. 84 more words

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What the death of Michigan cyclists can teach us

I’ve waited a few days to think through the meaning of the death and injuries among a group of cyclists in Michigan. By now social media has essentially had its say and will go back to looking for the next emotive tragedy. 1,790 more words

NAACP investigating the way LaGrange collects fines

LaGRANGE, Ga.- In January, the Georgia NAACP has been investigating the way the city of LaGrange collects fines. The NAACP held a town hall to discuss the policy to see how widespread it is. 477 more words

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