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Couple Wanted in Madison County Arrested in Coffee County

Posted: 09/19/2014 - On 9/18/14 Coffee County Investigators received a call from an anonymous source that Kristopher and Joy Speigner were in Coffee County after failing to appear on their case out of Madison County, AL for Criminally Negligent Homicide of a child.

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Green Dot MoneyPak Card Scam

Updated: 09/18/2014 - "We get stacks of police reports every day for this,” Dothan P.D. Investigator Shane Ash said. Those stacks vary in techniques these creative scammers are using. One of the most common ways is criminals calling acting like government agencies, utilities collections, or lottery officials. "The issue is they're calling you, asking you to load money on to a Green Dot Moneypak card. No, do not do it,” Ash said.

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No Word Yet on Fuller Resignation

Updated: 09/18/2014 - Attorney Barry Ragsdale declined comment on statements by Alabama's U.S. senators who are calling on U.S. District Judge Mark Fuller to resign.

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Going Gold Balloon Release

Updated: 09/18/2014 - A local school is going for the gold, in an effort to fight childhood cancer.

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Hundreds of Members of the African Methodist Episcopal Church Gather in Ozark for Annual Conference.

Updated: 09/17/2014 - 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.

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Hibbett Sports Opening its Doors in Ozark

Posted: 09/17/2014 - 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.

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Dale County Schools Going Gold for Local Teacher's Daughter Fighting Cancer Battle

Updated: 09/17/2014 - 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.

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House Approves Arms, Training for Syrian Rebels

Updated: 09/17/2014 - WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Republican-controlled House has voted to give President Barack Obama the authority for the U.S. military to train and arm moderate Syrian rebels.

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Wiregrass Economic Resource Summit

Updated: 09/17/2014 - 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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