The Sunrise News Sampler
Tuscaloosa Police need help in identifying two suspects that stole a Nick Saban cutout from the BP Gas Station near the Strip. The cutout was returned after the suspects saw pictures of themselves online, but they are still being sought by police.
The Alabama State Board of Education is recommending its first post-recession budget for public schools. The recommendation approved yesterday seeks to replace one-third of the nearly 1,400 teaching positions that were cut during the recession.
Gasoline rationing takes effect today in New York City and parts of Long Island slammed by a nor’easter, which knocked out power to hundreds of thousands of new people a week after Superstorm Sandy, erasing some of the progress made by utility crews. Police will be at gas stations to enforce the new system.
19-year-old Tennessee State freshman defensive back William Wayne Jones III had just caught a ball and was throwing it to a coach Wednesday afternoon when he collapsed, trainers found him unconscious with no pulse, and he was pronounced dead at Baptist Hospital.