A well-known Montgomery judge is setting down the gavel and stepping stepping away from her bench.
Judge Lynn Bright, who is the presiding judge of the Montgomery County District Court announced Friday her last day on the job will be October 26, 2007.
She's served in Montgomery for nearly 25 years after being elected to 4 terms.
Judge Bright is Montgomery Mayor Bobby Bright's wife.
She says she wants to focus on her famil and her role as first lady of Montgomery.
16-year-old Raven Little-White died in August, after a boating accident on Lake Waccamaw. The medical examiner’s report lists “drowning” as the probable cause of death, but a toxicology report that came back later revealed Raven had actually succumbed to carbon monoxide poisoning.More >>
A Walterboro woman arrested Thursday will face a Colleton County judge Friday on charges related to a shooting that left two adults and a child dead and a second child wounded.More >>
University of Mississippi Medical Center Police have arrested a woman and charged her after she dropped her purse drops and the gun inside fired. The bullet struck a patient.More >>
Republican Greg Gianforte's win in Montana's special election hinged on flaws in both the two major party candidates.More >>
The government Tuesday night raised the threat to "critical", its highest level, following an emergency Cabinet session.More >>
Amid reports that the FBI is investigating meetings Trump son-in-law had with Russians, Jared Kushner's lawyer says he is willing to cooperate with investigators.More >>
British police investigating the Manchester Arena bombing have arrested a ninth man while continuing to search addresses associated with the bomber who killed 22 concert-goers.More >>
Egyptian state TV: 23 people, 25 wounded in militant attack on a bus with Coptic Christians south of Cairo.More >>
A federal appeals court has dealt another blow to President Donald Trump's revised travel ban targeting six Muslim-majority countries.More >>
Wiregrass Habitat for Humanity celebrated the construction of its 127th home at a dedication ceremony Friday in Daleville.More >>
The differences are well-known: climate change, trade and migration threaten to throw a summit of the Group of Seven leading industrialized nations off its consensus game with U.S. President Donald Trump cast as the spoiler-in-chief.More >>