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NEW YORK, Nov. 19 (UPI) -- A documentary to air on Investigation Discovery says serial killer Glen Rogers butchered Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman in Los Angeles in 1994.
Former football great and occasional actor O.J. Simpson was acquitted of killing his ex-wife and her friend. No one else has been tried for the double slaying. Simpson is now in prison for an unrelated armed robbery.
Alabama's unemployment rate in October was 8.1 percent, according to a preliminary estimate released by the state's Department of Labor this morning, down 0.1 percentage points from the prior month.
Where art thou, Wonder Bread? No mas Ding Dongs? Will we ever get to taste deep-fried Twinkies?
MONTGOMERY, Alabama -- A Montgomery man has been charged with aggravated child abuse after a 2-year-old family member was injured while in his care, according to Montgomery Police.
Deputies and investigators with the Walton County Sheriff’s Office responded quickly today when they were dispatched to South Walton High School in reference to a possible bomb on campus. At approximately 1 p.m., a white male entered South Walton High School and informed staff members there was possibly a bomb somewhere at the school. The suspect then ran out of the school as staff attempted to stop him. Students were immediately evacuated and the school was placed on lockdown. Eglin EOD was contacted and responded to the scene. The school was cleared with negative findings.
The suspect was located a short time later by deputies and witnesses were able to identify him. The suspect, Edwin Donald Campbell, 18, of Santa Rosa Beach, was detained and questioned by investigators. Campbell admitted to making a false bomb threat, a second degree felony. He will be transported and booked into the Walton County Department of Corrections.
Late Tuesday Afternoon Emergency personnel were dispatched to a call in the Carolina community on South Hwy 29. The initial reports were a Gas Line had been struck by lightning and was burning. As personnel began arriving it was reported that the House was fully involved with fire. Carolina Fire Department quickly began to fight the fire even as the rain and lightning around the area continued. The Fire engulfed the entire home and as it was burning small arms ammunition began going off due to the fire. A small explosion occurred as well but No injuries were reported. The Fire seems to have started when a Bolt of lightning struck the ground close to the home between a Large Tree and some smaller ones. The Ground that the lightning traveled was up routed and left several trenches across the front yard that were deep and dirt piled around them, these trenches went directly to the house where the gas meter was at and that seems to be where the fire started. The Home belongs to the Prestwoods and was fully destroyed. It was reported at the scene that the elderly resident was at home but vacated to a safe location awaiting the fire Department. Carolina Volunteer Fire Department, Hopewell Volunteer Fire Department, Wing Volunteer Fire Department, Advance EMS, Covington County Sheriffs Deputies, Southeast Alabama Gas District and Power South responded to the scene. No injuries reported to any personnel or residents.