“(The officer) is in good condition after suffering a gunshot wound to the chest,” State Representative Donnie Chesteen posted on his Facebook page after visiting Phillips at the hospital.
The attorney for a marketing company seeking to freeze gate receipts collected by promoters of a large music festival planned next week has backed off.
The Dothan Police Department is seeking the help of our local and surrounding communities in locating Terry Van Johnson, who is wanted for Robbery.
The Dothan Animal Shelter and Save a Pet need your help in placing lovable animals into good homes.
The Easter Bunny will make a special guest appearance at the annual Enterprise Citywide Easter Egg Hunt Saturday, April 19.
Home to more than 200 residents, Wesley Manor offers an environment specially designed to care for the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of its residents.
The Troy women’s tennis team came from behind in a thrilling victory, 4-3, over Texas State in the quarterfinals of the Sun Belt Championships on Friday at the City Park Tennis Center in New Orleans, La.
Preps for the ARCA Racing Series’ International Motorsports Hall of Fame 200 continued today.
The Troy University baseball team will make the trek north to face UALR in a three-game Sun Belt Conference series over the weekend.
Bentley said, "Water is one of Alabama’s vital natural resources, and it must be managed and protected."
Are you planning a vacation and need a passport? Make a trip to the Post Office the first stop of your journey. Passport Fairs are scheduled in several Alabama Post Offices in the coming weeks:
National specialty home décor retailer Kirkland's Inc. will host a grand opening Saturday, April 26 at its new location in Dothan.
Boat manufacture to add jobs
Wayne Farms said they have made a business decision and their decision will cut local jobs.
Gov. Robert Bentley signed the Alabama Education Trust Fund Budget for the next fiscal year, and he said the Legislature prevented him from attaching an Executive Amendment that would have provided a two-percent pay for raise for teachers in the state.
Overdue spending reforms and responsible funding priorities in the House-passed federal budget can restore fiscal sanity to Washington, U.S. Representative Martha Roby (R-AL) said today.
The Dothan Education Foundation and Dothan City Schools are partnering to present and guide the community through the process of interpreting test scores.
A pair of Troy University Public Radio programs have garnered top awards in the Alabama Broadcasters Association’s Abby Awards competition.
Wallace Community College held commencement ceremonies for 53 graduates of the Adult Education GED program on Sunday, April 13 at the Wallace Campus in Dothan.
Walton County Sheriff's Office arrested Larry Hall and Larry Hall Jr. on multiple charges.
31st Leadership Bay Class creates internship marketplace to attract college students to the area.
Andrew Nazworth was found hiding in a closet next to the bedroom. He was arrested for Resisting Arrest without Violence, Failing to Register as a Sex Offender and Violation of Probation Failure to Register as a Sex Offender.
|Several Easter services and activities around the area.|
|Wesley Manor celebrates Easter.|
|Enterprise city schools get a new board member.|
|Wedding held at the Alfred Saliba Center.|
|Several accidents caused by todays rain.|
|Abundant rainfall overloads sewage system.|
|Annual cross carry canceled.|
|Todays consumer news segment.|
|A child is electrocuted in a swimming pool.|
|Fundraiser being held for the American cancer society.|
|A car gets stuck on train tracks.|
|Scam artists take advantage of the elderly.|
|Landmark park hosts groundwater conservation day.|
|The Dothan fire department gets a gift of new mattresses.|
|Alarming numbers out about the number of fatal house fires.|
|Governor signs a new interlock bill.|
|Melinda's gardening tips.|
|Todays consumer news segment|
|The history of Alabama's 167th regiment.|
|Child is rescued after getting stuck inside stuffed animal claw crane machine|