Aug 1, 2013
Help pours in for 2011 tornado victim living in squalor
On Wednesday, 51-year-old Earcy Tucker was a man living quietly and without complaint in his family's McDonald Chapel home while the rain-soaked walls and ceiling rotted around him.
Jeffco sheriff's deputies rally around 2011 tornado victim living in squalor
He has lived the time since - the almost 800 days since - in a McDonald Chapel shell of a home, ripped to shreds by the storm, leaning, collapsing, molding without power or water, struggling to carry on his life.
Mother of 19 year old shooting victim speaks out
MCDONALD CHAPEL, Ala. - Sherri Williams says her 19 year old son Logan Williams is still in the hospital after being shot in the face with a specialty hollow point round from a .44 caliber pistol.
Man, woman, child dead after high-speed chase led to wreck
Three people are dead after armed robbery suspects led Dora police on a high-speed chase last night, causing a wreck.
Minor Heights Fire District raises dues for residents, businesses
Residents and businesses served by the Minor Heights Fire District will begin paying more for their fire and medical service starting this year.