Read through the obituaries published today in Dothan Eagle.
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Dothan will host the next Love Your Neighborhood Clean-Up project on Saturday in the Morris-Haven neighborhood located west of Cottonwood Road.
Over the past eight years, the Dothan Fire Department has raised $90,000 to support research for children cancers. This year, the department hopes to get that number over $100,000.
An Alabama man who drove 330 miles to set off pipe bombs at a company where he had worked has been sentenced to 19 months in prison. U.S. Attorney Brandon B. Brown says 61-year-old Furmon Earl Bozeman, of Gulf Shores, was sentenced Thursday for transporting destructive devices. Bozeman had pleaded guilty in May, saying he drove from his home to New Iberia on Jan. 10 and set off three pipe bombs at Nabors Offshore Corp. His plea and associated statement don't give a motive. A spokeswoman for Brown confirmed that Bozeman was a former employee of Nabors Offshore.
A former Alabama state trooper fired two decades ago and who a judge would later describe as a man who “beats on women, consorts with felons, and neglects his official duties,” is now the state executioner and warden at one of the state’s most notorious prisons.
A man has been arrested in connection with three separate shootings along Interstate 85 in Alabama and Georgia that left one man seriously wounded. Sheriff's deputies in Georgia say Jerel Raphael Brown of Montgomery, Alabama, was taken into custody after Wednesday's shootings. Officials say he shot at vehicles in Montgomery and Auburn, Alabama and near Hogansville, Georgia. An Alabama man was seriously wounded, but no injuries were reported in Georgia. Brown was arrested in LaFayette, Alabama. The Auburn Police Department said Brown has been charged with attempted murder and shooting into an unoccupied vehicle. He is being held without bond. Brown is facing other charges in Georgia.
Beer and wine sales are coming to Bryant-Denny Stadium at the University of Alabama. Dean Argo, a spokesman for the Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, said Wednesday that the agency gave approval to an alcohol license at Bryant-Denny stadium. The university is seeking to join a growing number of universities selling alcohol in their stadiums on game days. Previously, alcohol was only allowed in skyboxes at the Tuscaloosa stadium. News outlets reported that the Tuscaloosa City Council on Tuesday approved the alcohol sales license for Levy Premium Foodservice LP, the university’s concession vendor. A spokeswoman for the university’s athletic department did not immediately return an email seeking comment about when sales will begin.
Three suspects have been arrested and a fourth is being sought in a pawn shop burglary in Dothan last week.
After his trial was continued for the lack of available jurors, the suspect in the 1999 killings of two Dothan teenagers has asked for a bond hearing.
An Enterprise man in prison after pleading guilty to manslaughter in connection with the deaths of two New Brockton teens in 2020 has died.
Dothan Police are looking for suspects who used a vehicle late Friday night to ram their way inside a local business and took multiple firearms.
U.S. Rep. Barry Moore held a town hall meeting in Ozark on Wednesday to give constituents the opportunity to ask questions and learn more about what he is doing for them in Washington.
Here are photos from last night's Cheney watch party, where the congresswoman told supporters that she had conceded to Harriet Hageman.
After his second impeachment, former President Donald Trump made it his mission to defeat Rep. Liz Cheney, his chief Republican rival. On Tuesday, he succeeded.
The Dothan City Commission has entered a contract with AMS Planning and Research Corporation to do a market assessment for a proposed events arena and a hotel that are part of City Center project in downtown Dothan.