Headlines: Murder victim’s relative files complaint against Crane

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Friday, March 22, 2013

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Murder victim’s relative files complaint against Crane

The niece of a Gadsden murder victim has filed a complaint with the Civil Service Board against Police Chief John Crane, alleging an improper relationship between Crane and the confessed killer, according to documents obtained from Personnel… Read More

Students not on bus involved in critical wreck

An accident on Highway 278 near Beasley Road between a school bus and a pick up truck left one man in critical condition, according to Hokes Bluff Police Chief Mitchell Hill. No children were on the bus. Read More


Storm recovery efforts continue in Etowah County

Fewer than 4,500 Alabama Power customers in Etowah and surrounding counties that were hardest hit by Monday’s storms still were without power Thursday. That number is significantly lower than the 35,000 customers out in Etowah County… Read More

State News More State News

Hearing for Ala. capital murder defendant delayed

A hearing for a man accused of killing three people and wounding several others at a party at an Auburn apartment complex has been postponed because he was not transported to the hearing. Read More

Alabama Power continues working to restore service

Alabama Power officials say power has been restored to roughly 98 percent of customers who lost service during Monday’s storms. Read More

Wiring system to replace Toomer’s Corner oak trees

Auburn city officials plan to replace the iconic oak trees at Toomer’s Corner with a system of wires to allow students and sports fans to continue the tradition of rolling. Read More

Sports More Sports

No. 10 Etowah beats third-ranked Southside 5-4

SOUTHSIDE — A late rally, clutch hits, heads-up base running and controversy — this high school baseball game had something for everyone. Read More

Alabama president to recommend Battle as AD

TUSCALOOSA — University of Alabama president Dr. Judy Bonner will recommend Bill Battle to the Board of Trustees as the school’s new athletics director, the school announced Thursday. Read More

Rose takes lead with 65 at Bay Hill; Woods 4 back

ORLANDO, Fla. — Justin Rose started out as another guy in Tiger Woods’ group Thursday at Bay Hill. He wound up in the lead. Read More

Life More Life

PAPER PULPIT: Healing in His wings

On a spring afternoon, on the front porch of our home, I told my wife that she had cancer. Read More

Gadsden First UMC hosts Holy Week services

Gadsden First United Methodist Church will host noon worship services and lunch during Holy Week. Read More

Slackland Baptist to present original Easter drama

Slackland Baptist Church will present “Born to Die,” an original drama, for four performances. Read More

Opinion More Opinion

OUR VIEW: Let’s be ‘weather aware’

"Wanted For Fraud” is emblazoned across the top of the poster. “Last seen in Pennsylvania” sits accusingly under the photo. Read More

Obituaries More Obituaries

Allred, Asa Monroe

Asa Monroe Allred Jr., 57, Cedar Bluff, died Wednesday, March 20, 2013. He is survived by his family. Funeral services will be at 3 p.m. …..

Beshears, Reuben Henry

Reuben Henry Beshears, 94, passed away on Tuesday, March 19, 2013, at his home in Walnut Grove, Ala., surrounded by his family. He was …..

Box, Bonnie B.

Bonnie Barkley Box, 87, of Rogers, Ark., died on March 18, 2013, at Ashley Health and Rehabilitation Center in Rogers, Ark. She was born …..

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