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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News 

  • Anniston Police investigate Sunday Shooting
  • Candidates prepare for Tuesday vote
  • DOT ready to bid I-20 widening in St. Clair
  • Local Schools headed for State Football Playoffs

 

Anniston Police investigate Sunday Shooting 

Anniston police are investigating the Sunday night shooting of two men near the Anniston Country Club.  Police say the two men were taken to separate hospitals after being shot in Fairway Chase.  Investigating officers said the men's wounds did not appear to be life-threatening. Police say the men had been walking along the cul-de-sac street when the shooting occurred. Police said gunshots had been fired between two different parties in the incident,  Bullet holes were found in the exterior of a house on the street. Neither of the injured men lived in the home, nor were any residents of the home injured.

 

Candidates prepare for Tuesday vote 

Voters will go to the polls Tuesday to decide who will represent them in both federal, state and local offices.  On the Federal Level, voters will decide between three candidates in the 3rd district U.S. Congressional race.  Incumbent Republican Congressman Mike Rogers is facing a challenge from Democrat Greg Pierce and Independent Candidate Mark Edwin Layfield.  In statewide races, voters will choose between incumbent republican governor Bob Riley and Democratic Lt. Governor Lucy Baxley.  For Lt Governor, Democrat Jim Folsom Jr. and Republican Luther Strange.  For Attorney General, Incumbent Republican Troy King and Democrat John Tyson Jr.  For Chief Justice, Incumbent Republican Drayton Nabers Jr. and Sue Bell Cobb.  In addition there are three more contested races for seats on the state supreme court as well as 3 contested races for seats on the court of civil appeals and three seats on the criminal court of appeals.  In the state senate, district 11 Democrat Jim Prueitt is facing a challenge from Jim Hethcox.  For state representative district 32, Incumbent Democrat Barbara Boyd is facing a challenge from Republican Ben Little.  For state rep. District 35, incumbent democrat Steve Hurst is facing a challenge from Republican Lonnie Robinson.  For state rep. District 40, Incumbent Democrat Lea Fite is facing a challenge from Republican Ton Shelton. IN the Race for a seat for the Calhoun County Commission District 2 Democratic incumbent Robert Downing is facing a challenge from Republican Jimmy O’dell.  In the Race for Calhoun County Probate Judge, democrat Alice Martin and Republican George Salmon are both seeking the office currently held by retiring probate judge Arthur Murray.  For Circuit Court Judge for the 7th Judicial circuit place two, Democrat Brian Howell is facing Republican Ray Bryan.  For Calhoun County Sheriff, Democratic Incumbent Larry Amerson is facing a challenge from Republican challenger Jason “Hoss” Campbell.  And, for Calhoun County Coroner, Democrat Patrick Brown and Republican Marvin Southard are seeking the job.  13 candidates are vying for the seven seats on the Calhoun County Board of Education.  The candidates are Mike Almaroad, Shirley Cash, Ed Denham, Frances Higginbotham, Howard Waldrep, David Zeigler, Janet Brittain, June Evans, David Gilmore, Dale Harbin, Phil Muprhy, Larry Stewart and Tom Young.  In addition voters will see three proposed constitutional amendments.  Polls will be open Tuesday from 7am till 7pm.

 

DOT ready to bid I-20 widening in St. Clair 

State transportation officials say they hope to hire a contractor in January to widen the last eight miles of the interstate through St. Clair County. The work, expected to begin this spring, will be from the Brompton to the Eden exit.  Rumbling will come from having to bring down mountainous terrain on each side of the interstate, forcing the expressway to be closed periodically in both directions.  All I-20 traffic will be halted for 20 minutes while dynamiting is done. Some 49,700 vehicles travel that section of the interstate daily, according to DOT. Birmingham Division Engineer Brian Davis said he does not know how many months the blasting will occur. The work proposal gives the contractor the option of closing the interstate for blasting every day except holidays or Talladega race days. The state is limiting the blasting to between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. DOT officials say they will set up a hot line for motorists to call for updates on the I-20 work. The blasting clause will impose penalties on the contractor if the interstate is closed for longer than 20 minutes on the side where the terrain is being removed, or for more than 10 minutes on the opposite side of the interstate. The DOT will monitor the time. The contract includes high penalties if damage is done to the interstate. The work is expected to cost $50 million to $60 million and could take two to three years to complete. The widening work, which includes median barriers, will make I-20 six lanes through St. Clair County. The work was in response to the high number of deaths on the old four-lane interstate, which St. Clair residents dubbed "Death Valley." From 1998 to 2002, there were 43 deaths on the interstate. There were three in 2004, one in 2005, and four so far this year, state troopers report. Also planned next year is the replacement of the I-20 Coosa River bridge linking St. Clair to Talladega County. The bridge, which is 1.5 miles long, is expected to cost about $10 million to replace.                                          

 

Local Schools headed for State Football Playoffs 

While the regular high school football season ended Friday night,  many area schools will continue to play as they advance into the state playoffs with the first round this Friday night. Here are the pairings for local schools this Friday:

 

Class 1A

Region 6 #4 Appalachian at Region 7 #1 Cedar Bluff

Region 7 #4 Gaylesville at Region 6 #1 Donoho

Region 6 #3 Ragland at Region 7 #2 Gaston

Region 7 #3 Valley Head at Region 6 #2 Talladega Co. CE 

Class 2A

Region 6 #4 Ranburne at Region 7 #1 Fyffe

Region 7 #4 Sand Rock at Region 6 #1 Lineville

Region 6 #3 Randolph County at Region 7 #2 Section

Region 7 #3 Piedmont at Region 6 #2 Woodland 

Class 3A

Region 6 #4 Sardis at Region 7 #1 Madison Academy

Region 7 #4 New Hope at Region 6 #1 Susan Moore

Region 5 #3 Hokes Bluff at Region 8 #2 Colbert Heights

Region 8 #4 Sheffield at Region 5 #1 Clay County

Region 6 #3 West End (Etowah) at Region 7 #2 Good Hope

Region 5 #4 Walter Wellborn at Region 8 #1 Colbert County

Region 7 #3 Sumiton Christian at Region 6 #2 Plainview 

Class 4A

Region 2 #4 Daleville at Region 3 #1 Cleburne County

Region 6 #4 Boaz at Region 7 #1 North Jackson

Region 7 #4 Madison County at Region 6 #1 Alexandria

Region 6 #3 Cherokee County at Region 7 #2 East Limestone

Region 7 #3 Ardmore at Region 6 #2 Guntersville 

Class 5A

Erwin at Ft. Payne

Scottsboro at Gardendale

Cullman at Etowah 

Class 6A

Pell City at Hoover

Minor at Gadsden City (titans) 

*All games begin at 7pm CST
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