Silent Heroes of the Wiregrass - Miles Colman, Dothan Botanical Gardens

WTVY and Wiregrass Electric Cooperative is proud to honor Miles Colman as a Silent Hero of the Wiregrass.

5 new exhibitions were paintings from a retired dentist about his time in Vietnam.

National Gourmet Coffee Day is recognized in the Wiregrass

This flu season has been nothing short of massive, and the local health department has been trying to curb it.

Wiregrass Irma Response - shelter and relief efforts

Efforts to save Hawk-Houston Boys and Girls Club

DCS destroying special education records

Spark Theater Company receives top award in international theater competition

Bob Hendrix retires from Visit Dothan

Benefits of creative play time

Florida’s Arbor Day is Friday, January 19th

Senate Dems question legality of Medicaid work requirements

House releases bill to overhaul harassment reporting process

Hospital groups creating company to make cheap generic drugs

Hartford teen critically injured in crash

Woman killed after car overturns into creek near Andalusia

Alabama cities and counties square off in Montgomery over online sales tax

FHP Troopers issued drug antidote to fight opioid epidemic

UPDATE: Couple plead not guilty to torture of children

Senate passes bill to renew foreign surveillance program

Family Firewood Business see's a spike in firewood demand during cold snap

Governors to President Trump, Congress: Do more to solve opioid crisis

UPDATE: Kazakhstan tells North Korea to abandon nuclear ambitions

Florida voters will decide future of casinos in state

Jackson County men arrested and facing child abuse charges

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Wild winter wind storm pummels Europe, killing at least seven

Authorities warned Germans especially in western and northern Germany to not leave their homes on Thursday if possible.

At least 11 hurt as car drives into crowd in Rio

Brazilian media quoted police as saying the driver told them he had an epileptic seizure when he plowed into the Copacabana Beach boardwalk.

Prosecutor wants 19 women to testify at Bill Cosby retrial

Bill Cosby faces retrial in April on charges he drugged and sexually assaulted Andrea Constand in 2004.

Feds drop charges against two-thirds of inauguration protest defendants

Prosecutors said they would focus their efforts on 59 remaining defendants who they alleged were the ringleaders of the violence on Jan. 20, 2017.

White supremacists committed most extremist killings in 2017: ADL

White supremacists and other far-right groups committed the majority of extremist-related murders in the United States last year, according to a new report by the Anti-Defamation League.