Tuesday, July 29 2014 10:52 PM EDT2014-07-30 02:52:28 GMT
David Pitts (Source: Ozark Police Department)
The suspect wanted in the kidnapping and sexual assault case in Ozark has been captured. Ozark Police Chief Tony Spivey has confirmed that 44-year-old David Pitts was arrested on Monday by the U.S. MarshalMore >>
Ozark Police Chief Tony Spivey has confirmed that 44-year-old David Pitts was arrested on Monday by the U.S. Marshal Service in South Florida.More >>
Tuesday, July 29 2014 10:25 PM EDT2014-07-30 02:25:25 GMT
An Eclectic woman is facing domestic violence charges after investigators say she hit her husband several times with a vehicle Saturday night. The Tallassee Police Department says Angela Reynolds, 40,More >>
An Eclectic woman is facing domestic violence charges after investigators say she hit her husband several times with a vehicle Saturday night.More >>
Tuesday, July 29 2014 10:13 PM EDT2014-07-30 02:13:31 GMT
The Montgomery Police Department held a graduation Tuesday night for the members of the 2014 Citizens' Police Academy. The eighth academy class consists of 21 Montgomery residents. Members successfullyMore >>
The Montgomery Police Department held a graduation Tuesday night for the members of the 2014 Citizens' Police Academy. More >>
Tuesday, July 29 2014 9:43 PM EDT2014-07-30 01:43:13 GMT
Food donated by WSFA 12 News viewers (Source: Humane Society)
The Montgomery Humane Society says it has run out of dry dog food and is in urgent need of donations.Manager Lea Turbert tells WSFA 12 News that while the food has run out, the intake of puppies and dogsMore >>
Donations continue to pour in at the Montgomery Humane Society. More >>
Tuesday, July 29 2014 9:33 PM EDT2014-07-30 01:33:42 GMT
(Source: WSFA 12 News)
A Montgomery native and longtime politician is considering a run for office here in his hometown. Artur Davis has made it no secret of the fact that he's considering running for mayor of Montgomery, andMore >>
Artur Davis has made it no secret of the fact that he's considering running for mayor of Montgomery, and now he's starting to finalize his decision.More >>
CHANDLER, AZ (CBS5) -
Every night, Karen and Jeff Robinson pick up leftovers from local bakeries and act as a human bridge between the supply and demand, delivering the goods to shelters across the valley.
"I was surprised of the need, but I was surprised even more by how much good food is going to waste by being thrown out by these stores," Karen said.
Inside their Chandler garage, Karen was packing up enough cookies and muffins to feed an army.
Or, to be more specific, a shelter full of veterans who had anything but a sweet homecoming.
"Just like in the military, we like when we go to chow hall and there's just a little extra to eat, we love it," said Darryl Vincent of U.S. Vets Phoenix.
"Sometimes it's the food, sometimes it's that someone took time of their day to give something to me, that no one else did today."
The Robinson's might visit a half dozen shelters like this before noon.
It's a routine that they have kept up for three years.
"We have put close to 80,000 miles on our car doing this," Karen said.
"I think it's incredible what they put together on their own," said Martin Skalon, a friend of the Robinson's who also helps pick up the pastries two nights a week.
Skalon nominated Karen and Jeff for CBS 5's Pay It Forward program, so we put in a little dough of our own and surprised them with the $500 reward.
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