April 20, 2014
- A six-week course in Chinese culture.
- A local church is feeding the hungry.
- Dexter Grimsley will run for a second term for District 85.
- Denny Abbott visited Troy-Dothan Thursday to share his experiences.
- A Women's Workshop in Dothan.
- Recita Kennedy has been missing since December.
- Governor Robert Bentley talks job growth.
- Happy 70th Anniversary
- A local florist prepares for the holiday demand.
- Souper Bowl is ending this weekend.
- Icy bridges are causing accidents in the Wiregrass.
- The 37th Annual Membership Dinner
- Girard Middle School faculty reach out to parents.
- A smoke test will be performed.
- The family of injured student is accepting donations.
- The peer mediation team at Northview High School is launching an anti-bullying campaign.
- Survivors Payson Trawick and Thomas Vines expected to go home Wednesday.
- Alabama State Trooper Kevin Cook explains what drivers can expect on New Year's Eve.
- A man and woman are facing possession charges after a chase with sheriff's deputies lands them in a ditch.
- The snow, ice, and frigid temperatures have led to power outages and dangerous roads in more than a dozen states.... state-by-state look at frigid blast hitting US...
- Recent kidnappings in Dothan have school officials on alert.
- Shop owners get ready for locally focused retail day.
- A south Florida forensics team continues its excavation of graves at a now defunct correctional school for boys.
- Players penalized for violation of a conference by-law.
- The Dothan Downtown Redevelopment Authority hopes to buy the empty property and turn it into office space for rent.