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Katie Malone, Reporter
Two ponies are spending the night in a much better place after they were rescued from a hog pin in Aliceville.
Brenda Westphal, the Founder of Circle 8 Ranch and Rescue said, "it was a round fenced in area, that looked like maybe it had a trap where hogs go in, but they can't get back out. I imagine these guys woke up this morning and didn't have anything to eat or drink. And I'm not sure how long its been." ...Read more
The ninth-ranked women's tennis team secured its first Southeastern Conference Championship on Sunday afternoon with a 4-0 victory over No. 31 Tennessee at Barksdale Stadium. The Crimson Tide wrapped up the 2014 regular season with a 12-1 mark in league play, its best record in program history, and enters postseason play with a 20-3 overall mark. The win was also head coach Jenny Mainz's 200th victory at Alabama, while the loss dropped the Lady Volunteers to 12-11 overall and 6-7 against SEC opponents.
Alabama's Sewell-Thomas Stadium is home to a great deal of tradition, outstanding players, and hallowed moments in college baseball history. But this year is a little different with the addition of the seats behind the right field fence. WVUA TV's B.J. Millican hung out with some of the "Right Field Ragers" and ultimately learned how to heckle opposing right fielders...well, soft of...take a look at the video!
TUSCALOOSA COUNTY, Ala. (WVUA) - Years ago Alabama ceased funding a state forensic lab in Tuscaloosa County.
This lab, according to Probate Judge Hardy McCollum, served over 10 counties.
McCollum says the lack of a lab in the county slows down the trial process because all evidence processing and autopsy's are transferred to other parts of the state, like Montgomery.
He also says that this unit is needed to better serve justice to victims. ...Read more