House Passes Bill Restricting Funeral Protests
A hate group committed to desecrating the funerals of fallen soldiers and storm victims will be forced to keep a respectful distance under a proposed new...
- Dothan PD Nabs Three For Soliciting Prostitutes
Dothan PD Make Forgery Arrest
On May 4, 2011 the Dothan Police Department made a felony arrest in a forgery case. Police responded to a local bank where Marcella Vickers...
Walton County Deputies Teaching Bicycle And Swimming Safety
The Walton County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO) Citizens Services Division provided a two-day safety presentation to West DeFuniak Springs Elementary School students. The presentations concluded yesterday.
Bill Helping Tornado-Affected School Districts Becomes Law
School districts dealing with recent tornado damage will now have more flexibility in completing required school days, after a bill that quickly cleared both houses...
Senate Committee Approves “Taxpayers’ Bill of Rights” Legislation
State Representative Paul DeMarco (R – Homewood) on Thursday announced that the Senate Judiciary Committee has approved his “Alabama Taxpayer Bill of Rights II” legislation and...
WCSO Deputies Attend Seminar On Emotional Survival For Law Enforcement
Walton County Sheriff's Office (WCSO) deputies attended a seminar designed to help law enforcement professionals manage the emotional stress they experience both personally and organizationally...
Dothan Police Release Sketch of Man Connected to Armed Robbery
At 10:42 Thursday morning the Dothan Police Department responded to an armed robbery at the office of Garden Apartments, 403 Holly Lane.
The Better Business Bureau Warns of Tornado Relief Scams
Scam artist use natural disasters to take advantage of people's generosity. The Better Business Bureau gives tips to help make sure you're not a victim.
Local Church's Tornado Relief Efforts Exceed Expectations
A local church is sending its fourth load of supplies to rural North Alabama.