Defense attorney on murder case: It's not about who but about why

Petersen is accused capital murder in the deaths of three people shot in 2012 at Teasers’ Club in rural Houston County.

Harbor expects thirty or more guests to seek shelter from Friday's freezing temperatures

Wiregrass leaders are presenting plans to bring the 21st century job market to the Wiregrass.

Alabama's 89 percent graduation rate is not accurate, but it may be months before the correct numbers are revealed.

Wayne Farms addition in Dothan welcomes nearly 700 new and returning employees

Aviation icon John Glenn dead at 95

Emotional grandmother opens up about kidnapping case

The Harbor in Dothan to Open Warming Station Friday

Volunteers needed to help host those seeking shelter from freezing temperatures

The Harbor Church opening warming station Friday night

Volunteers needed to host those looking to escape the freezing temperatures

Miracle on Foster Street Food Drive

Reg & Devon spoke to Julie Gonzalez of the Wiregrass Food Bank about progress toward 70,000 meals.

How to care and preserve your Christmas tree

Mobile prepares for President-elect Donald Trump's 'Thank You' rally

TROY students to graduate during Dothan Campus commencement

Publix recalls pancake mix over possible salmonella contamination

WTVY's annual food drive making a Miracle on Foster Street

Police officer helps family in need after fire destroys possessions

Flowers Hospital goes gold

Alabama set to execute man Thursday for store clerk killing

75th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attacks

Area shelters prepared for the plummeting temperatures

Valeska shows jury crime scene photos in capital murder trial

Holiday driving in the Circle City

DCS bringing new ideas to the education system

New Rehab Inn designed to feel like home, not a hospital

City of Ozark moves forward with idea of building community pool

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Reno School Cop Didn't Need to Shoot Student: Family

The superintendent praised the officer who shot a knife-wielding 14-year-old at Reno's Hug High for acting 'to protect the safety of our students.'

Judge Reinhold Arrested at Dallas Airport

Police say they were called to the airport by the TSA 'regarding an individual causing a disturbance by refusing to submit to a screening at the appropriate checkpoint area.'

SCOTUS Halts Alabama Execution of Convicted Murderer

The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday paused Alabama's plans to execute a man convicted of killing a convenience store clerk, acting after defense lawyers argued that a judge unfairly imposed the death penalty after a jury recommended life in prison.

This Is the Toy Craze You Can't Escape This Year

A la Furby or Tickle Me Elmo, an egg that cracks open to reveal a furry animal is such a hot-seller that stores like Toys 'R' Us are restricting sales.

Hillary Clinton Returns to D.C., Condemns Fake News

After nearly a month away from the spotlight, Hillary Clinton on Thursday returned to Capitol Hill for the first time since the election.