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Body of missing St. Clair County teen found

ST. CLAIR COUNTY – UPDATE: According to a post in the "Help Bring Patrick Boozer Home" Facebook page, Patrick's family has recovered his body. [caption id="attachment_30515" align="aligncenter" width="300"] This message was posted Tuesday evening in a Facebook group.[/caption] ORIGINAL: Patrick Boozer, 19, has been missing since Sunday. [caption id="attachment_30512" align="alignright" width="300"] via Face ...

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Woman suffers serious injuries after being shot in Jefferson County

CENTER POINT -- The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office began to investigate a shooting in the 100 block of Haversham Drive Thursday night. Deputies were called to the area just after 9:30 to investigate reports of shots fired in the area. They found a 31-year-old female victim suffering from a gunshot wound when they arrived. The victim was transported to the hospital with serious injuries. The suspect repor ...

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Former court magistrate, Cheryl Self, tosses hat in the ring for JEFCOED board seat

JEFFERSON COUNTY -- Cheryl D. Self of McCalla has announced her intention to seek appointment to place four of the Jefferson County Board of Education. The seat opened when Dean Taylor unexpectedly died in March. Self, 40, is a lifelong resident of Jefferson County and graduate of McAdory High School, class of 1993. [caption id="attachment_30359" align="alignleft" width="296"] Cheryl Self (pictured with hus ...

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James Scott Vining announces run for Clay City Council

CLAY -- James Scott Vining is announcing his candidacy for Clay City Council. Vining is a 1981 graduate of Pinson Valley High School. He is also an Army Veteran, serving as a tank crewman from 1981-85, then transitioning into law enforcement, working for the Birmingham Police Department form 1988-1991. [caption id="attachment_30356" align="alignleft" width="300"] (Submitted photo)[/caption] Vining currently ...

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Trussville resident honored as a Top 20 Student in the USA

Special to The Trussville Tribune BIRMINGHAM --Jefferson State Community College student Erin Georgia has been named one of the top 20 community college students in the nation as a member of the 2016 All-USA Community College Academic Team. The annual honor recognizes students who display an outstanding combination of academic achievement and community service. Georgia, of Trussville, will receive a $5000 s ...

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Justin Sawyer Davis

Justin Sawyer Davis, age 28, of Ashville, passed away on April 12, 2016. He attended Springville Baptist Church. He is survived by his parents, John Steven Davis and Ellen Bass Cooley; his paternal grandparents, Jack W. and Joyce Davis; uncles, Jack “JD” Davis and Derrick Stuart; aunt, Julie Davis Stuart; cousins, Nicholas Young, Ashley S. Harrison, Noah Stuart; his special friend, Misty Fowler and his “lit ...

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ALDOT worker killed on I-65

From The Trussville Tribune Staff Reports DECATUR -- An Alabama Department of Transportation employee was killed at 5 a.m, Thursday after being struck by a vehicle on I65. The accident occurred at the 335 mile marker, one mile north of Priceville. Two northbound vehicles collided before striking a parked ALDOT vehicle, and two ALDOT employees, both pedestrians. One of the pedestrians was pronounced dead at ...

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Two teenagers in police custody after officer-involved shooting

FAYETTE COUNTY -- The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency confirms they are working an officer involved shooting in Fayette County. The incident occurred at Highway 102 and County Road 53. Walker County Sheriff Jim Underwood said the Carbon Hill Police Department took a call about a possible drunk driver around 10:30 p.m. Wednesday. He said at some point his deputies started to chase the vehicle. Underwood confi ...

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Mother arrested after child found wandering highway alone

From The Trussville Tribune Staff Reports ETOWAH COUNTY — The Etowah County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a woman for endangering the welfare of a child after her 4-year-old was found walking alone on Highway 278. The child was found near the Calhoun/Etowah County line, and is in DHR custody currently. The mother had been using methamphetamine. ...

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Pinson Council meeting confirms rumors of library expansion

By Lee Weyhrich PINSON -- This week’s Pinson City Council meeting not only discussed the success of ongoing and recently completed projects, but may have confirmed rumors regarding the relocation and expansion of the library. [caption id="attachment_4798" align="alignleft" width="300"] The Old Rock School, shown in 2009photo courtesy of Solid Rock Church[/caption] During the meeting it was announced that Er ...

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