Anyone who has driven along U. S. Highway 431 from our area to Pheonix City, knows it is one dangerous stretch of road...in fact, it`s ranked as one of the most dangerous stretches in the country, but now there is a move to change that. Transportation and other local officials held a kickoff luncheon yesterday, to address the road and all the problems it causes. READERS DIGEST published an article calling 431 the "Highway to Hell", and listed it as the second deadliest highway in the country in the year 2000, and years later the death toll has only increased, so law enforcement is now doing something about it. Officials say that their goal is to get a proposal, and if funding is approved over a three year period, road improvements will be complete at an estimated cost of a little more than five-thousand dollars. Project coordinators are expecting to hear from Alabama officials by early next week.
Adopt a Pet 5-17-2013
The Dothan Animal Shelter and Save a Pet need your help in placing lovable animals into good homes.
Two Dothan Men Arrested for Burglary
Ryan Rodriguez and Lamar Wade were arrested for breaking into a Dothan home.
Unedited: James Reading Seeks Another Term
Incumbent claims the city is in good shape.
Houston County Rabies Clinic Offered Saturday
If you've got pets you might want to take a look. You can get their rabies vaccination this weekend without even having to go to the vet....
WCSO Deputies Use Bike Patrol as Another Crime-Fighting Tool
The Walton County Sheriff's Office adds bike patrol to their department.
Students Get Fit Using Video Games
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House Agriculture Committee Approves New Farm Bill
New five year bill includes cost savings and reforms.
Governor Rick Scott Announces Florida's 2012 Uniform Crime Report
Floridians are safer today than any time in the last 42 years.
Sessions Applauds Letter On Water Reservoirs
Senator Jeff Sessions issued a statement concerning the use of federal reservoirs.
Memorial Day Brings Lifesaving Seatbelt Warning
Click It or Ticket Launching to Remind All Motorists to Buckle Up