News archive from 14 September 2013

Alexandria marks homecoming weekend with gold ribbons against cancer

Alexandria marks homecoming weekend with gold ribbons against cancer

slideshow ALEXANDRIA — Valley Cubs fans are trading in their orange for gold this weekend. To recognize childhood cancer awareness month, members of the Birmingham-based aTeam Ministries painted gold ribbons on the football field at Alexandria High...

 
Fourth suspect arrested in case of counterfeit bills

Fourth suspect arrested in case of counterfeit bills

slideshow A fourth man was arrested Thursday in connection with a group of people charged with attempting to use counterfeit money at two Anniston bars. Marques Young, 23, of Anniston, was charged with possession of a forged instrument in the first...

 

Police investigate arson at Norwood Avenue home

Anniston police today were investigating a fire set at an Anniston home on the 2500 block of Norwood Avenue between 9 p.m. Wednesday and 6 a.m. today. According to Anniston police Capt. Allen George, the victim told police he saw a suspect come to his...

 

Panthers ready for what Bills' defense will throw at them

When Cam Newton looks across the line Sunday, he'll see a Buffalo Bills defense that rarely looks the same on consecutive plays. The Bills, under defensive coordinator Mike Pettine, have shown through one week their propensity for various looks. They...

 

Q&A with NC State's Dontae Johnson

N.C. State's secondary came into the season with plenty of questions, including who would replace David Amerson and Earl Wolff, who were drafted by the Washington Redskins and Philadelphia Eagles, respectively. Hakim Jones has stepped up at the strong...

 
Vaccine seems to clear AIDS-causing virus from monkeys, scientists say

Vaccine seems to clear AIDS-causing virus from monkeys, scientists say

A promising HIV vaccine developed by researchers at Oregon Health & Science University eradicated the virus that causes AIDS in monkeys, and scientists hope something similar can soon be tested on humans. AIDS in non-human primates is caused by...

 

Cards' Fitzgerald uncertain for Sunday

The Arizona Cardinals listed star wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald as questionable for Sunday's game with the Detroit Lions due to a sore hamstring. Head coach Bruce Arians told reporters that Fitzgerald tweaked his hamstring during Wednesday's...

 

Broncos' Bailey out again with foot injury

Denver Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey has been declared out for the second consecutive week with a troublesome left foot injury. The 12-time All-Pro selection still remains unable to practice since injuring the foot during a preseason game against...

 

Philadelphia Phillies (68-78) at Washington Nationals (77-69), 7:05 p.m. (ET)

It's not time to break out the defibrillator yet on the Washington Nationals, as they carry a six-game winning streak into Friday's opener of a three-game series versus the Philadelphia Phillies. A heavy favorite to win the NL East and possibly reach...

 

PSG beats Bordeaux 2-0 in French league

BORDEAUX, France -- Paris Saint-Germain eased to a 2-0 win at Bordeaux on Friday to provisionally move to the top of the French league. PSG dominated from the start and took the lead on the 30-minute mark when Zlatan Ibrahimovic picked out Blaise...

 
Jordana Brewster welcomes a son via surrogate

Jordana Brewster welcomes a son via surrogate

NEW YORK -- Jordana Brewster is on diaper duty. The 33-year-old actress and her film producer husband Andrew Form have a baby boy, her publicist confirms. Julian Brewster-Form was born via a surrogate on Sept. 10. Brewster is best known for her roles...

 
Golden Globes to honor Woody Allen's career

Golden Globes to honor Woody Allen's career

LOS ANGELES -- The organizers of the Golden Globe Awards say they will honor Woody Allen for his contributions to filmmaking. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association said Friday that Allen will receive the 2014 Cecil B. DeMille Award. A tribute to the...

 
Judge denies bond for two charged in 89-year-old’s death

Judge denies bond for two charged in 89-year-old’s death

slideshow slideshow A Calhoun County judge denied bond for two people charged with capital murder this week in the stabbing death of an 89-year-old Wellborn woman. Calhoun County Coroner Pat Brown pronounced Alma Fleming dead at around 11:30 a.m....

 
Alexandria marks homecoming weekend with gold ribbons against cancer

Alexandria marks homecoming weekend with gold ribbons against cancer

slideshow ALEXANDRIA — Valley Cubs fans are trading in their orange for gold this weekend. To recognize childhood cancer awareness month, members of the Birmingham-based aTeam Ministries painted gold ribbons on the football field at Alexandria High...

 

Democrat: Move school tax credit money to science program

MONTGOMERY – One of the Alabama Legislature's Democratic leaders Thursday called on lawmakers to de-fund the much-debated Alabama Accountability Act and use the money to expand a well-known program for teaching math and science. In a press conference...

 

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