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Pei Yen Sung: 21 days missing

By Erik Harris TRUSSVILLE – Leads have started and stopped. Community searches have gone nowhere. Rewards have been offered and the days have continued to pass by without any sight of missing Trussville woman Pei Yen Sung. The 61-year-old female went missing from her neighborhood in Trussville three weeks ago, and authorities aren’t any closer to finding her. According to Trussville police captain Jeff Brid ...

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Library building could become police department’s home

By Lee Weyhrich With the Pinson Library bursting at the seams, rumors have been going around for months that the library might be moved to the Rock School Center. A first reading of a plan to have Hendon  and Huckestein Architects design a library space in the building is the first officially publicized move by city officials in that direction. The reading took place at last week’s meeting of the Pinson Cit ...

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One dead, one injured in three-vehicle crash on Ala. 79

From staff reports BIRMINGHAM -- A three-vehicle crash at 5:15 p.m. Tuesday, July 7, claimed the life of a Birmingham woman and injured one other driver. Khoeum Chen, 69, was killed when the 2008 Chevrolet Aveo she was driving collided head-on with a 2002 Chevrolet Malibu driven by William Andrew Baty, 52, of Pinson. Chen was pronounced dead at the scene.  Baty was airlifted to the UAB Hospital in Birmingha ...

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Right on ‘cue: Alabama Barbecue Hall of Fame established as season hits peak

By Michael Tomberlin, Alabama Newscenter As grills, pits and smokers are getting fired up this holiday weekend, Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley has tapped 29 restaurants whose expertise in all things barbecue should offer some inspiration. Dick Russell’s in Mobile gets food to hungry diners. (Courtesy of Alabama Department of Tourism)Bentley announced the newly created Alabama Barbecue Hall of Fame last week al ...

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VIDEO: Miss the 4th of July fireworks show? Check this out

From Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --The rains stayed away and the 2015 Trussville Freedom Celebration sponsored by First Baptist Church Trussville was again a hit with spectators. Hundreds attended the music, food, fun and fireworks festival on the mall in the heart of the city. If rain concerns or other events kept you away, check out this time lapse video of the fireworks show by The Trussville Tribun ...

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Pinson woman wanted for criminal charges

From staff reports PINSON – A woman with ties to Pinson is wanted for Possession of Forged Instrument in the Second Degree. [caption id="attachment_23208" align="alignleft" width="224"] Kristal Lynn Poore holds five prior felony convictions. photo via Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama's Facebook page[/caption] According to Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama, 43-year-old Kristal Lynn Poore is currently wanted for ...

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Fourth of July traffic and boating fatalities report

From the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency MONTGOMERY – During the Fourth of July holiday travel period, which began at 12:01 a.m. Friday, July 3, and ran through midnight Sunday, July 5, the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) investigated four traffic fatalities and three boating fatalities. “One traffic or boating death is one too many,” Secretary of Law Enforcement Spencer Collier said. “While the holida ...

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Triple murder suspect believed dead

From Tribune staff reports BIRMINGHAM --On Saturday, Jefferson County deputies responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle that had been driven into a wooded area between Groundhog Road and Lock 17 Road where they found a car registered to triple murder suspect Stephen Sean Hutcheson. [caption id="attachment_23010" align="alignleft" width="219"] Triple murder suspect Stephen Sean Hutcheson believed dead o ...

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More rain headed our way

From Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --As you make your way out to 4th of July festivities, don't forget your umbrella. Rain is headed our way and may be a factor for part of the evening.  The Trussville Freedom Celebration is expected to go on as scheduled at this time. Jefferson County continues under a flood watch until Sunday morning. After heavy rains Saturday morning, the Trussville, Clay and Pinson ...

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Traffic stop in Clay leads to drug bust

From Tribune staff reports CLAY --It isn't a normal procedure for an elite group of law enforcement officials to assist on a routine traffic stop. But since they happen to be in the neighborhood anyway, they did and that's when things went south for the vehicle occupants. [caption id="attachment_23163" align="alignleft" width="300"] Traffic stop in Clay draws a crowd when the SWAT unit stopped by to assist. ...

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