The Sunrise News Sampler
Tomorrow at 6pm, Tuscaloosa City Schools will host a meeting at Southview Middle School, concerning the hiring of a new principal. Superintendent Dr. Paul McKendrick wants to make sure parents and faculty members are engaged in the process.
According to the Tuscaloosa News, the Benjamin Barnes YMCA is still accepting children for it summer camp program, which is cost-efficient at $60 per week for full days and $35 for half days. This rate includes all field trips and lunches.
Birmingham's police chief says he's worried about a string of seemingly unrelated killings in the city. Birmigham police have investigated seven killings over eight days.
Coca-Cola officials say they're releasing a limited-edition glass bottle in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the civil rights events of 1963.
Yesterday, the US Supreme Court decided to stop the use of a key provision in the Voting Rights Act. President Obama says he's deeply disappointed in the ruling but that efforts to end voting discrimination will continue.
In 2011, the Alabama Legislature approved a law to require voters to show photo identification in order to vote, according to AL.com, and yesterday's Supreme Court decision clears the way for the law to be used in 2014.
Prince Michael Jackson and other relatives of Michael Jackson are set to testify in the family's negligence case against concert promoter AEG Live.
Today, Supreme Court justices are expected to deliver opinions in their first-ever gay marriage cases. The issues before the court are California's constitutional ban on same-sex marriage and the federal Defense of Marriage Act.
Two intelligence officials say virtually every terrorist group is trying to change how it communicates, after a former U.S. government contractor disclosed two secret surveillance programs.