Thursday, April 17 2014 11:07 PM EDT2014-04-18 03:07:03 GMT
LaShondra Moore became the second Selma City School district teacher in two weeks to plead guilty to a crime. First, it was LaTangela Williams, who literally ran from WSFA 12 News reporter Bryan Henry,More >>
The teacher taught at Kingston Elementary School, but for the last two years she took a huge amount of sick leave after telling everyone she had cancer. Teachers and state school employees from all over the state donated their own sick time to help Moore. It turned out to be a big lie.More >>
Thursday, April 17 2014 10:38 PM EDT2014-04-18 02:38:50 GMT
The Alabama Department of Corrections graduated more women trainees than it has in years on Thursday. Twelve women graduated from the officer training academy. Six of the graduates will go to work atMore >>
The Alabama Department of Corrections' newest officers graduated from the Criminal Justice Training Center at Wallace College in Selma Thursday. More >>
Thursday, April 17 2014 9:59 PM EDT2014-04-18 01:59:27 GMT
The Montgomery Fire Department responded to a house fire Thursday night in the 3300 block of Carter Hill Road. When firefighters arrived, light smoke was coming from the house. The fire was containedMore >>
The Montgomery Fire Department responded to a house fire Thursday night in the 3300 block of Carter Hill Road.More >>
NORFOLK, VA (WWBT) -
Curly and Larsenia Steele from Birmingham, Alabama say they were shocked when they saw Aaron Alexis's picture on the news.
The Steeles say Alexis confronted their family at the Norfolk International Airport on August 4.
It started when they were laughing and kidding around with each another, and Alexis started taking things the wrong way.
"Then he just walked on around, and said hey that lady laughing at me? I was like man we ain't thinking about you, you need to go over there and sit down," said Michael Boyd, a relative of the Steeles.
The family told airport security, who told Alexis to calm down.
Three days later, Alexis reported the family to authorities.
Thursday, April 17 2014 9:05 PM EDT2014-04-18 01:05:03 GMT
A Mount Tabor reservoir that holds Portland's drinking water has been taken offline out of fear that a group of trespassers urinated in it. Five people were seen at Mount Tabor Park around 1 a.m. Wednesday.More >>
A Mount Tabor reservoir that holds Portland's drinking water has been taken offline after a teenager urinated in the reservoir. More >>
Thursday, April 17 2014 4:43 PM EDT2014-04-17 20:43:50 GMT
Officials with the VA Medical Center in downtown Charleston say a North Charleston man who was initially federally charged with a $525 fine for an $.89 drink refill will instead be given a warning.More >>
Officials with the VA Medical Center in downtown Charleston say a North Charleston man who was initially federally charged with a $525 fine for an $.89 drink refill will instead be given a warning. More >>