The Sunrise News Sampler
Yesterday, a judge determined that there was no evidence that fraternity and sorority members at the University of Alabama were improperly persuaded to vote in a Tuscaloosa school board election, as claimed by Kelly Horwitz, who was defeated by Cason Kirby.
“Alabama Road Trips,” a new book promoting more than 100 Alabama cities and attractions good for a quick getaway, goes on sale today.
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki is expected to meet with President Obama at the White House today, where he will make a plea for additional military aid, as he says terrorists have found a second chance to thrive in his country and their resurgence could be disastrous for the whole world.
Tampa Bay’s Gerald McCoy is said to have recently been yelled at by coaches for helping an opposing player up off the ground.
The mother of Pauly D’s child is said to have taken to Twitter to invite him to spend time with his daughter.