The Sunrise News Sampler
Political forums will be held at Central High School on August 5 and 8, beginning at 6:30pm. For more information, contact John Gordon, political coordinator of the Tuscaloosa County Chapter of the NAACP, at 345-5037.
Three tourists died Saturday in separate drowning incidents along Florida’s Panhandle, including former Auburn University basketball star Korvotney Barber.
Today, the House is set to work on a series of bills dealing with immigration, including deciding what to do about child immigrants, brought to the U.S. illegally.
Prince William and his wife Kate became the proud parents of a baby boy yesterday. Now, everyone is waiting to see what he’ll be named, as he is the future king.
Country singer Corey Smith is set to play the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater on September 27. Tickets go on sale Friday.
Alabama’s current four early commitments for the class of 2015 places the Tide in a strong position. This time last year, there were no commitments for the class of 2014 and only one for 2013 this time two years ago.
Montgomery police are trying to locate the cremated remains of a newborn baby, which were inside a purse that was snatched from his mother by a robber.
Gadsden State Community College President Ray Staats has been placed on paid administrative leave. William Blow has been named acting president.
The death toll followind China’s earthquake yesterday has risen to 94, with only one person still listed as missing.
Major League Baseball has suspended Ryan Braun for the rest of the season for performance enhancement drug use.