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Winter weather advisory issued for Jefferson, St. Clair counties

From Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --We have a weather update from Brannon Dawkins in the Trussville Gas and Water Weather Center at The Trussville Tribune. The National Weather Service in Birmingham has issued at winter weather advisory for much of north Alabama, including Jefferson and St. Clair counties from noon Friday until 6 a.m. Saturday. [box type="info"]Winter Weather Advisory URGENT ...

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Two teens in custody after morning burglary between Pinson and Clay

  From staff reports JEFFERSON COUNTY -- Two seventeen year old teens are in custody after breaking into a home on McDuffie Rd between Pinson and Clay Thursday. Just after 9 a.m. this morning, Jefferson County sheriff's deputies responded to a report of a burglary in progress at a home in the 6600 block of McDuffie Road. [caption id="attachment_4540" align="alignleft" width="300"] A Jefferson County Sh ...

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Trussville man wanted for burglary

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- Bradley DeWayne Spivey, 30, is wanted for third-degree burglary in Jefferson County according to CrimeStoppers of Metro Alabama. Spivey is described as 6-foot, 160 pounds with blonde hair and brown eyes. His last known address is 3380 Old Roper Rd Trussville. He has three felony convictions and a current case. ...

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Snow possible on Friday with accumulations of an inch or less

By Trussville Tribune Media TRUSSVILLE --The Tribune area will see some very active weather over the next 48 hours, though we should be in between the biggest threats. To our south, Thursday night could see severe weather including a chance of tornadoes along the gulf coast. The most threatening weather should be south of Demopolis with our area seeing mostly rain. This is expected after 9 p.m. and through ...

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Man arrested for stealing school bus from Pinson Elementary

From staff reports PINSON -- The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office said Joshua James Blackstock, 29, is in custody today after being charged with stealing a school bus from Pinson Elementary School and leaving it in a ditch. Chief Deputy Randy Christian said just before 6 p.m. on Monday Jan.18, deputies responded to a report of a school bus partially in a ditch in the 7700 block of Old Bradford Road near Pi ...

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Center Point man arrested in heroin trafficking investigation

From staff reports CENTER POINT -- In an ongoing effort to stop heroin trafficking in Jefferson County, the sheriff's department's narcotics investigators executed a search warrant for drugs at a home in the 2800 block of Micmac Drive in Center Point on Wednesday. Chief Deputy Randy Christian said the two month investigation indicated a large amount of drugs were kept at the home of 34-year-old Siralonzo De ...

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Pair of students expelled from PVHS after bringing guns to school

From staff reports PINSON -- A pair of Pinson Valley High School students have been expelled after a video surfaced on social media of them with guns on the property at the school over Christmas break. WIAT first reported the story. Jefferson County Superintendent Dr. Craig Pouncey told WIAT the students brought the guns to the school prior to basketball practice during the break, and he suspected the stude ...

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BREAKING: No Paws and Claws rivalry

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- The annual Paws and Claws rivalry football contest will not be played in 2016-17 according to Clay-Chalkville Principal Michael Lee. Lee confirmed to The Tribune the game would not be played over at least the next two seasons. "I communicated with (Trussville City Schools athletic director) Karen Johns and she said football was a 'no,'" Lee said. [caption id="attachment_2801 ...

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Clay settles lawsuit for $10,000

By Chris Yow Editor CLAY -- The Clay City Council voted unanimously tonight to pay a settlement to a former employee at the recommendation of city attorney Alan Summers. The lawsuit stemmed from a dispute with overtime pay from 2012 following the tornado clean up. Lynn Burch originally asked for $30,000 in overtime pay according to City Manager Ronnie Dixon, but rather than continue through a trial, both pa ...

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Construction begins at Paine Elementary

By Chris Yow Editor TRUSSVILLE -- Construction crews will be on site at Paine Primary and Paine Intermediate schools beginning this week as work begins to adjoin the schools into Paine Elementary School. The construction will include a new main entrance with a principal’s office, a larger library and a tornado shelter. [caption id="attachment_3804" align="alignleft" width="300"] Paine Primary Schoolfile pho ...

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