The Sunrise News Sampler
Tomorrow, the City of Tuscaloosa will hold a public come-and go meeting from 5pm to 6pm at Your Way Furniture in Alberta to update area residents on all public projects scheduled for the Alberta area next year.
The Alabama Department of Public Safety says there were 434 traffic crashes during the Fourth of July travel period in Alabama. There were 154 injuries and 4 deaths.
Today, American and South Korean investigators are questioning air controllers and two of the four pilots of the Asiana Airlines plane that crash landed at San Francisto International airport Saturday. The two other pilots were questioned yesterday.
Country singer Randy Travis remains in critical condition after being taken to a Dallas hospital Sunday with viral cardiomyopathy, a heart condition caused by a virus.
Search warrants in the Aaron Hernandez case may be unsealed, providing more details about the murder investigation involving the former New England Patriots tight end, according to Fox Sports.
This morning, the Tuscaloosa News reports that former Maxwell Elementary School teacher, 37-year-old Anessa Dawn Olive Ferguson, was charged with incest and sexual abuse last week and has been on leave since December. The victim is said to not have been one of Ferguson’s students.
Red light cameras in Opelika generated more than 500 citations in the first full month. The mayor says 794 warnings were issued in April when the cameras started being used and motorists were getting used to them.
Congress is taking up student loans after failing to prevent the interest rate on subsidized loans from doubling to 6.8 percent. House Republican favor linking rates to the financial markets, increasing rates only if the economy improves.
The three women held captive in a Cleveland home for a decade are speaking out in a YouTube video, thanking the public for offering encouragement as well as financial support that is allowing them to restart their lives.