The Sunrise News Sampler
Authorities say 13-year-old Jovana Hill, who was reported missing more than a month ago has been returned home after Tuscaloosa County authorities were notified she’d arrived in Houston, Texas on a flight from Mexico. The 24-year-old man with whom she was believed to have been traveling is still being sought.
The old Tuscaloosa County Jail has been added to the Alabama Historical Commission’s list of structures that are “places in peril,” and is at risk of being lost to neglect. The two-story brick building was the county jail from 1856 to 1890.
Voters in tomorrow’s primary will face the state’s new voter identification law. Poll locations may be found at alabamavotes.gov.
Two candidates are squaring off in tomorrow’s Democratic primary for the 7th congressional district. Incumbent congresswoman Terri Sewell is challenged by Tamara Harris Johnson.
Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, an American soldier who was kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan in 2009, will eventually return to the U.S. He will begin the reintegration process at a medical center in Germany, where he’ll decompress and reconnect with his family through telephone calls and video conferences.
The Environmental Protection Agency plans today to set the first national limits on the chief gas linked to global warming. The goal is to cut carbon dioxide emissions from power plants by 30 percent by 2030 with a rule expected to be final next year.
An autopsy is planned today on actress Ann B. Davis, who played housekeeper Alice on “The Brady Bunch.” She died yesterday at the age of 88 in a San Antonio hospital after falling in her home on Saturday.
Justin Bieber is apologizing after a video surfaced showing the then-teenager telling a racist joke using the N-word.
Donald Sterling, who is banned from the NBA for life, attended a predominantly black church yesterday, where he received prayer and said the service was beautiful.