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Former Alabama Klansman and mother arrested in 2009 cross burning
A former Ku Klux Klan leader in Alabama and his mother, who also was a Klan member, face federal charges related to a 2009 cross burning in a predominantly black neighborhood.
Former KKK Leader Indicted for Cross Burning in Alabama; Second KKK...
The U.S. Department of Justice announced on November 29, 2013 that Joshua Dinkle, former Exalted Cyclops of a chapter of the Ku Klux Klan in Ozark, Ala., was arrested on Wednesday, Nov. 27, in Mississippi for burning a cross at the entrance to a predominantly African-American neighborhood and for obstructing the investigation into the offense.
Former KKK leader arrested in Bay St. Louis casino
The FBI arrested a former leader of the Ku Klux Klan on Wednesday at the Hollywood Casino.
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Mobile: Two KKK members indicted in connection with cross-burning incident.
Steven Joshua Dinkle, former Exalted Cyclops of a chapter of the Ku Klux Klan in Ozark, Alabama, was arrested on Wednesday, November 27 in Mississippi for burning a cross at the entrance to a predominantly African-American neighborhood and for obstructing the investigation into the offense.
Ambulance Paramedics Step up to Help South Dale County
On October 31st, Ozark stopped providing emergency medical service to three South Dale County cities.
Wiregrass 4-H Youth are Egg-cellent
The 2013 Southeast Alabama 4-H Chick Chain Show and Auction was held at the Ag-Plex Arena in Ozark, AL.
Two Wanted for Theft of Property Have Been Caught
On November 13, 2013 the Dothan Police Department issued warrants for the arrest of Doni Bywater and Marcus Dyck, charging both with second degree theft of property.
You Need To Hear This Tonight In Ozark
TONIGHT at 7 PM at the Ozark Civic Center, FREE OF CHARGE, join the crowd and hear Marc Mero's Champion of Choice Show.
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Baymont Inn And Suites Ozark
This Ozark, Alabama motel boasts a daily continental breakfast and outdoor pool.
Third victim dies from injuries in Saturday night traffic crash in Dale County
Caiden Hughes, 7, of Lizella, Ga., died Monday evening at Children's Hospital in Birmingham, according to Alabama State Troopers.