An Ohatchee man pleaded not guilty Monday after he was charged in September with trying to kill two Calhoun County sheriff’s deputies. Read the full story
Xenia Hyatt trained to be a lifeguard for the YMCA, so she was shocked when the first time she got to use that training was in her high school lunchroom. Read the full story
Much of Alabama will see wet weather and uncommonly high temperatures Sunday, and forecasters say there’s a small but real risk of tornadoes. Read the full story
Xenia Hyatt trained to be a lifeguard for the YMCA, so she was shocked when the first time she got to use that training was in her high school lunchroom.
Calhoun County sheriff’s deputies were investigating Wednesday after an Ohatchee man’s cattle were reportedly shot to death within two weeks of each other, after a beef with others about how he fertilizes his pastures.
Leaders of Calhoun County’s cities have less than three weeks to decide whether to be part of a major settlement with opioid manufacturers, though some local leaders Thursday said they weren’t aware of the deadline.
Nestled north of Ohatchee is a ranch that aims to help kids build a better tomorrow. On Saturday, the 20-acre ranch will be opened to the public for a community fun day.
An Ohatchee man charged last month with running over a Calhoun County sheriff’s deputy with a truck opted Thursday to waive his preliminary hearing, sending his case to be reviewed by a grand jury.
An Ohatchee woman charged earlier this month with killing her father and burning his body asked a judge Monday to lower her bond and allow her to contact family members.
A Calhoun County sheriff’s deputy was treated at a local hospital Monday morning and an Ohatchee man faced an attempted murder charge after allegedly running over the lawman with a truck.
“With cars you have laws that say you can drive when you’re 16,” said Wes Pope, director of Top Trails in Talladega, “but there are no laws about recommended ages.”
An Ohatchee woman charged Wednesday with burning her father’s corpse now faces an additional charge of murder in his death, Calhoun County Sheriff Matthew Wade said Friday.
Calhoun County's seven mayors spoke at the Chamber of Commerce’s yearly “State of the Cities” event Thursday, where leaders of the area’s seven cities give the public an overview of progress in their towns. Topics ranged from the massive to the mundane