The Sunrise News Sampler
According to Tuscaloosa Police, 29-year-old Jonecia Sherman, 25-year-old Darnell Williams, and 31-year-old Teaira Sherman have been arrested in connected with the fight at DHR on July 8. Bonds were set at $2,500, $500, and $15,000 respectively. A video of the incident went viral.
According to our daily, last night, the Tuscaloosa County School board approved a 2014-2019 Strategic Plan, and at the top of the list was a new building for Holt High School. Superintendent Elizabeth Swinford intends to ask the Tuscaloosa County Commission for funds to go toward building the school and other projects.
Seven legislative primaries will be decided as Alabama voters return to the polls for runoff elections today. Polls will be open until 7pm.
Alabamians looking for health insurance will likely have more choices in the second year of the insurance marketplace as United Healthcare has filed plans with state and federal regulators to offer coverage in all 67 counties during the second year of the program.
Alabama Historical Commission officials say they’re working to save some of the state’s historic sites from being sold despite an audit outlining the possible sale of some landmarks.
New studies show that the rate of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia is falling in the United States and some other rich countries, but the total number of cases continues to rise because more people are living to an old age.
MSN reports that Richard Pryor’s son is backing Nick Cannon to play his father in a biopic. This comes after he and his sister said they didn’t think Cannon would do the role justice, opting instead for Marlon Wayans.
Yesterday, stocks showed solid gains in the early minutes of a new trading week, with the Dow climbing more than 100 points in the first few minutes.
Citigroup is going to pay about $7 billion to settle a federal probe of risky subprime mortgages.