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Two-year-old girls rule the world. If you in any way doubt that statement, you obviously do not have nor have ever had a 2-year-old girl.More >>
Hoover Police say crooks are phishing for financial information using text messages that appear to come from a real bank.The text messages come from different numbers with different area codes and it tellsMore >>
Hoover Police say crooks are phishing for financial information using text messages that appear to come from a real bank.More >>
TUSCALOOSA,AL (WBRC) - One man was stabbed and another man injured during a fight at the Blue Creek campground in Northeast Tuscaloosa County. Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Deputies received a 911 callMore >>
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Saturday, May 25 2013 4:36 PM EDT2013-05-25 20:36:14 GMT
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Another 60 people were rescued in two different neighborhoods in Bexar County, according to county spokeswoman Laura Jesse. Three people were rescued from the top of roofs.More >>
GUNTERSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -
A surprise discovery Wednesday at Lake Guntersville prompted a multi-agency response.
A man found a small, dead shark at a Guntersville boat landing Wednesday afternoon. It's unknown how the shark got there or how it died.
Fishing guide Michael Carter, the man who discovered the dead shark, said Wednesday night, after 50 years of fishing there, he had never seen anything like that.
"It was a very big surprise, especially when I realized what it was. I could tell just by the way it was laying that it wasn't a catfish or anything like that," he said.
Conservation officers, along with marine police and animal control, were called to the scene to investigate. One officer said it may be a bull shark, but it's unclear how long the shark has been dead or if it was dumped at the location.
Mike Henderson with animal control believes it could be a prank. While he said bull sharks can survive in fresh water, he believes it would be quite a challenge to make it up this far from the Gulf.
Carter also said, over the years, he has seen piranha swim in the lake, but never a shark.
There was a similar incident in 2008. In that case, someone staged a dead shark near the lake with a hook in its mouth. The shark in the current case is fresher and does not have a hook in its mouth or a hole where a hook had been.