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Calhoun County sheriff's deputies arrested a Piedmont man Thursday after he posted videos of himself online allegedly endangering bicyclists on the roadway, enraging cycling enthusiasts across the country.
A Piedmont man was free on bond Friday following his arrest on charges connected to Internet videos of himself complaining about cyclists. He could face up to year in jail.
A judge on Tuesday ordered a Piedmont man to undergo anger management for charges of reckless endangerment stemming from videos the defendant made speeding past local cyclists.
Alabama passed a law last year authorizing the creation of charter schools. The state is currently reviewing applicants seeking to operate the schools, which are public but allow for greater flexibility in some policies. Do you support these alternative forms of public education?