More Headlines

Too Fat to Fly?

Posted: 06/09/2011 - A woman was stranded at the airport after a Southwest Airlines employee told her she was too big to fly with just one ticket.

Read More

Panhandle Beekeeper Working to Reverse Colony Collapse

Posted: 06/09/2011 - Think about what you had for dinner tonight. There's a good chance bees helped produce some of those things. Now scientists are worried about colony collapse that's been seen worldwide. One panhandle bee-keeper is trying to help solve the problem.

Read More

More Students Defaulting on Student Loan Payments

Posted: 06/09/2011 - The cost of college tuition is increasing faster than the cost of living so more students than ever are taking out loans, and it turns out that a growing number aren't paying them back.

Read More

Computer Tech Installed Peeping Software

Posted: 06/08/2011 - Police say a Southern California computer repairman installed spyware on laptops that enabled him to snap and download photographs of women showering and undressing in their homes.

Read More

Health Care Lawsuit in Appeals Court

Posted: 06/08/2011 - Florida led the way in filing a suit to overturn the federal health care reform law. Twenty-five other states have joined that lawsuit, and Wednesday it went before the highest appeals court in the land.

Read More

5 Ga. School Districts Could Have Board Removed

Posted: 06/08/2011 - Up to five Georgia school districts could be subject to a new law allowing the governor to remove board members if the district is in danger of losing accreditation.

Read More

DA to Seek Death Against 3 Men in Party Death

Posted: 06/08/2011 - The Douglas County district attorney says only one of four men charged in the beating death of a teenager at a Douglasville party has accepted his offer of a plea deal to avoid the death penalty.

Read More

New Anti-Gravity Treadmill

Posted: 06/08/2011 - Imagine running while being weightless. There’s a new treadmill that simulates that.

Read More

Bowling Pins Company Brings Jobs

Posted: 06/08/2011 - Many Americans are still out of work so it can be disheartening to hear about jobs being shipped over-seas. A Kentucky company is doing just the opposite.

Read More

Disease Killed 33,000 Fish in Ogeechee River

Posted: 06/07/2011 - A Georgia agency estimates that a disease wiped out more than 33,000 fish in the Ogeechee River, though scientists still don't know why the fish got sick.

Read More
WTVY-TV 285 N Foster Street Dothan, AL 36303 334-792-3195
Copyright © 2002-2015 - Designed by Gray Digital Media - Powered by Clickability
Gray Television, Inc.