Alabama man sentenced to almost five years for shooting cow

· August 27, 2018

A Prattville, Alabama man has received a sentence of 57 months in prison for a illegally possessing a firearm and shooting a pregnant cow. On November 29, 2017, Byron Jamar Esco, who had been recently released from state prison, was driving his vehicle along country roads near Hope Hull, Alabama. As he drove, the 30-year-old, […]

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Alabama Tractor Supply employee takes down armed robber

· August 9, 2018

A Dothan, Alabama, Tractor Supply employee took matters into his own hands Tuesday when an armed robber attempted to steal Wolverine boots. On August 7, Dothan Police Responded to a Tractor Supply, located in the 3700 block of West Main Street, to reports of a robbery in progress. When officers arrived they found that the […]

U.S. trade talks with China making Alabama farmers uneasy

· April 19, 2018

The potential trade war that has been brewing between the United States and China has some Alabama farmers cautious about the future markets of crops. “As of now, we don’t know what might happen,” said Stewart McGill, who is a cotton, soybean, and corn producer in north Alabama. “This could be detrimental to producers or […]

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