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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News 

  • Georgia man killed in I-20 accident
  • Anniston police seeking suspects in home robbery
  • Alabama named State of the year by magazine
  • Georgia implements water restrictions


Georgia man killed in I-20 accident 

A 50 year old Georgia man killed in a two vehicle accident on interstate 20 in Cleburne County two miles east of Heflin.  According to Troopers with the Jacksonville trooper post,  David Lee Foster Jr. of Tucker Georgia was driving a 1998 Toyota Rav 4 and  was involved in an accident with a 1996 Mack Truck driven by 45 year old Phillip A Woods of Anniston.  Troopers released few details of the accident which they said is still under investigation.   The accident occurred near 1:30 Wednesday afternoon.


Anniston police seeking suspects in home robbery 

Anniston police are searching today for two men in connection with the Tuesday night robbery of a 57 year old Anniston man.  Police said that the robbers knocked on the door of a South Leighton Avenue home near 11:15 Tuesday night and armed with a silver revolver entered the home demanding money and threatening the occupant.  The two took an undisclosed amount of cash, jewelry and a 12 gauge shotgun a revolver and keys.  The men fled in a black vehicle.  Police said the victim described the robbers as both being black men in their mid twenties about six feet tall, one weighted about 250 and the other about 190.  Police said that no one was injured in the robbery.




Alabama named State of the Year by magazine 

For the forth year in a row, Alabama has been named State of the year by southern business and development magazine.  Governor Bob Riley made the announcement during a series of news conferences across the state Wednesday.  Anniston and Calhoun county was one of several cities recognized in the magazine.  Anniston and Calhoun County was awarded honorable mention for mid market of the year based on the new Kronospan wood products manufacturing plant that is being built that will employ 700 workers.


Georgia implements water restrictions 

Georgia's dry conditions prompted state officials Wednesday to declare a statewide drought, implementing tougher restrictions on outdoor water use.

The restrictions, classified as Level 1 under the state's drought response plan, would ban outdoor water use between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., times when water used outside would most likely evaporate during hot summer days.

Carol Couch, director of the state Environmental Protection Division, made the announcement Wednesday after consulting with Gov. Sonny Perdue. Her announcement was based on the recommendations of a state drought response panel that convened earlier in the day Wednesday.  Previously under the state plan, Georgia residents could water lawns or wash cars anytime every other day, depending on their address. The Level 1 plan allows water use only on scheduled days from midnight to 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. to 11:59 p.m.  The committee - made up of representatives from 32 state and federal government agencies, as well as colleges and nongovernmental organizations - made its decision after hearing from state and federal climate and water experts. The experts said most of the state was facing drier-than-normal conditions, including lower stream and reservoir levels.  Although Georgia is seeking a temporary restraining order against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for draining excessive amounts of water from the state's reservoirs along the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River system, Couch said the dry conditions all across Georgia prompted her agency to convene the drought panel.

Experts told the panel that Georgia was experiencing a mild to moderate agricultural drought. A large part of the state, stretching from the southwest to the northeast, has had less rain than usual this year.

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