This week, Alabama set an execution date for a north Alabama man convicted of killing a pastor's wife in 1988 in a murder-for-hire. Kenneth Eugene Smith is now asking a federal judge to halt his execution.
“Prior to the tragic loss of baby Kamille, there were zero cameras and zero license plate readers,” CEO and president of HABD Dontrelle Young-Foster said. “Since then, we have installed 68 cameras, 8 license plate readers, and we installed LED lighting in the community.”
Dr. Calvin Spellmon, Jr. says helmets themselves cannot prevent a concussion. He says it’s important to teach young people the proper techniques of tackling and protecting their head when falling or colliding with others.
The Alabama Commission on the Evaluation of Services (ACES) report goes back to 2010 saying, “Colleges of Education graduated 1,460 teachers (bachelor elementary) but, by 2021, production dropped by a third to 1,012.”
Someone is stealing items from vacant homes in Pleasant Grove, and Department of Public Safety needs your help finding the people who are doing it. Unfortunately, the department doesn’t have a description of who’s hitting up these homes, but these burglaries appear to be happening right under their noses.
There’s more concern over a communal living facility in McCalla. We first told you about this facility back in March when it was still under construction. It’s open now, and neighbors in the High Forest Lake Community said they’re concerned about who’s living there.
In order to make sure the Shelby County sheriff’s office stays completive with other local law enforcement agencies, they decided to reach out to their elected leaders for a new competitive pay scale which is now one of the highest in the area