The victim, who was the driver and only person in the car, was traveling north when the coroner said his vehicle left the travel lanes and struck a tractor trailer that was parked on the shoulder of the roadway.
Alabama Securities Commission investigators announced David Matthew Ranes pleaded guilty to one count of securities fraud in Shelby County for defrauding seven Alabama investors out of over $1.4 million.
People along a road in Hoover have started a sandbag campaign to make sure city leaders know they’re fed up over drainage issues they said are caused by the ongoing road project on Patton Chapel Road off Highway 31.
The court documents stated Lilly told a Pelham Police officer, before Lilly’s arrest, that he planned to charged the officer in an effort to cause the officer to kill him. The officer said Lilly then started stabbing himself.
Shelby County Schools, the Calera Police Department, and the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office are jointly investigating a school shooting threat that has been circulating on social media in the Calera community along with various other communities within the Shelby County School District.
One of the these was the wife of an WWI period Army Corporal. Six veterans served honorably in the Army, Marine Corps or Navy during the WWI, WWII, Korea or Vietnam war periods. These Alabamians were unclaimed an average of 44 years.
The state’s emergency management agency has 30 days to submit a major disaster declaration to the federal government. This is how the state will get financial assistance for the damage caused by historic flooding on Wednesday.
Much of Pelham was under water Wednesday night after significant rain fell over the city. Angelyn Huguley and her family moved to the area back in April, and she said she’s never seen anything like this.
Those living in the Green Park South Neighborhood in Pelham spent the day cleaning up after major flooding in the area Wednesday night. Wilfredo Delgado has been living at the mobile home community for about 10 years. He said he couldn’t believe how much water rushed into the community Wednesday night and was scared his home was going to be washed away.