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Coaling Shooting Victim in His Own Bed, Court Documents Say
A man who was shot in the face in Coaling Monday morning was sleeping in his own bed at the time of the incident, according to court documents filed Tuesday.
Police Charge a Minor with Capital Murder in Northport Shooting
Investigators have arrested and charged a minor with Capital Murder in the shooting of a 16-year old in a Northport apartment complex Monday, making the second suspect arrested in the case.
1 Jailed, Others Sought After Teen's Murder in Northport
A young man allegedly involved in the death of a 16-year-old in Northport Monday has been charged with capital murder and more suspects may yet be arrested.
16-Year-Old Dies After Monday Shooting at Northport Apartments
A 16-year-old is dead after a shooting at the Valley Hills Apartments complex in Northport Monday afternoon.
Woman Charged with Attempted Murder After Shooting in Coaling
Officials have charged the woman suspected of intentionally shooting a man in the face Monday morning in Coaling, Alabama, with attempted murder.
Police Investigating Second Monday Shooting in Northport, Alabama
The Tuscaloosa Violent Crimes Unit is currently responding to Valley Hills in Northport on reports of a shooting. This marks the second shooting in one day in Tuscaloosa County.
Woman in Custody After Shooting in Coaling, Alabama Monday
A suspect is in custody following a shooting in Coaling, Alabama early Monday morning, investigators have confirmed.
Jay Barker Tried to Hit Wife Sara Evans with Car Before Arrest
Former Alabama quarterback Jay Barker tried to hit his wife, country star Sara Evans, with a car outside a party, multiple outlets in Tennessee are reporting.
Manhunt Underway After Robbery at Store in Tuscaloosa
A police manhunt is underway in Tuscaloosa after a value store on 15th Street was robbed Friday evening.
Tuscaloosa Mother Charged with DUI, Endangering 4-Year-Old Son
A Tuscaloosa mother was charged with endangering her 4-year-old son after she was reportedly caught driving with a BAC almost three times the legal limit.