Updated: 6:37 PM
- Members of more than 75 African Methodist Episcopal churches within the 9th Episcopal District are gathering in Ozark through Saturday.
They will be hosting their annual Southeast Conference at the Flowers Center and Ozark Civic Center. The conference gives the churches a chance to meet with their presiding bishop, share reports and get evangelism training.
Posted: 6:04 PM
- During Tuesday's city council meeting, Mayor Billy Blackwell confirmed that Hibbett Sports will open a location in Ozark this winter.
The sporting goods store will be located in the Martindale Plaza along Highway 231 in Ozark.
Updated: 6:00 PM
- LEXINGTON, South Carolina (AL.com) -- The South Carolina father accused of killing his five children believed they were "going to kill him, chop him up and feed him to the dogs, Timothy Ray Jones Jr.'s arrest warrant states.
Updated: 6:28 PM
- Molly Johnson is just 21 months old and she is already fighting more than many people do in a lifetime. Johnson is a victim of childhood cancer.
While she might be a victim, she is fighting through her battle with the disease. One person who has seen her courage is her mother's friend, Julie McDaniel. McDaniel teaches first graders with Molly's mother, Jennifer Johnson, at G.W. Long Elementary School.
Updated: 4:46 PM
- Small business owners and leaders spent the morning brainstorming at the annual Wiregrass Economic Resource Summit.
The summit is free of charge and made possible by the City of Dothan and the Dothan Area Chamber of Commerce.
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