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Trussville resident, former FBI agent indicted on 7 felony counts in St. Louis

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports ST. LOUIS, MO. -- A former FBI agent, William Don Tisaby, 66, of Trussville, has been indicted on six counts of perjury and one count of tampering with evidence., according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Tisaby had been hired by St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kimberly M. Gardner to investigate claims that Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens had committed invasion of privacy by ...

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State legislature sends amendments to voters

By MARY SELL, Alabama Daily News Alabama legislators passed hundreds of new laws this year, but they also sent several decisions to Alabama voters in the form of proposed constitutional amendments. Here are the statewide ballot proposals, and some local ones, and when they’ll be on ballots, according to the Alabama Secretary of State. On statewide ballots A constitutional amendment about the Alabama Constit ...

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1 dead in shootout, chase with Birmingham Police that reached Hueytown

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports BIRMINGHAM -- For the second time in less than a week, Birmingham police officers were fired on while attempting to make a traffic stop. The incident on Saturday resulted in one suspect dead and another wounded after a shootout that stretched from Ensley to Hueytown. According to Birmingham Police Officer Rodarius Mauldin, an officer-involved shooting investigation ...

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2 crashes on I-20 westbound in Moody

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports MOODY -- Two crashes on Interstate 20 westbound at about 10 p.m. on Saturday in Moody shut down traffic for about an hour as emergency personnel responded to the accidents. The wrecks occurred near Kelly Creek Road where traffic was still able to exit the interstate. The ramp to enter I-20 at that interchange remained closed as of 11 p.m. The traffic delays later le ...

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Man chased to Clay, captured in Argo, charged with attempted murder of Birmingham police

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports BIRMINGHAM -- The 25-year-old man accused of shooting at Birmingham police officers Monday night, leading police on an extended  chase and search in Clay and captured in Argo on Tuesday morning, has been charged with attempted murder and discharging firearms into an occupied vehicle. [caption id="attachment_81354" align="alignleft" width="300"] Anthony Jonell Moore[ ...

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Ironstone Pizza closes Trussville, Vestavia Hills locations

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- Ironstone Pizza has closed both Alabama locations in Trussville and Vestavia Hills effective immediately, Jim Walsh said on Tuesday. Walsh has been the face of the pizza chain, which is headquartered in Mississippi, since the first location opened in Vestavia in 2016. Additional locations followed in Hoover and Trussville. The Hoover location closed a ...

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Great local gift ideas for Father’s Day

Sponsored content from The Trussville Tribune staff reports Panos Automotive: What's better than getting Dad an oil change for Father's Day? Him not reminding you to go get one! Serving Trussville over 30 years, on foreign and domestic vehicles, you can't get more trustworthy and better service anywhere than Pano's Automotive. www.panosautomotive.com Caliber Sporting Goods : For the Father who is an extreme ...

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BREAKING: Monday night shooting suspect in custody in Argo

ARGO -- A 25-year-old  man believed to be the suspect who shot at Birmingham Police on Monday has been taken into custody by Argo police officers. Sgt. Allen Busler of Argo PD said the investigation was active and he could not comment immediately, but sources familiar with the incident confirmed the apprehension. Police said the man matching the description of the suspect was seen walking out of a wooded ar ...

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Photo Gallery: A look back at the Wheeler house

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- The iconic Wheeler house at 401 Main Street was demolished on Saturday to make way for a planned unit development (PUD), which has been proposed for the property. Mrs. Wheeler was well known in Trussville for teaching piano lessons to local children. Her piano can be seen in the photos below. The Wheeler house has quite a history, according to local lo ...

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Huskies, Tigers named to ASWA All-State Softball Team

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports MONTGOMERY -- The Alabama Sports Writers Association released the All-State Softball Team on Friday. It was no surprise to see the list littered with names from the 7A state champion Hewitt-Trussville Huskies and perennial 5A powerhouse Springville Tigers. From the Huskies, senior Hannah Borden was named 7A Player of the Year, Hitter of the Year and 7A First Team De ...

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