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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Change of command at Anniston Army Depot
  • Victim almost shot in home burglary
  • UAW meets with Honda employees
  • Cooling stations set up in the area


Change of command at Anniston Army Depot

Anniston Army Depot held a Change of Command ceremony today.  Depot commander Col. Alexander Raulerson relinquished command to Col. Sherry Keller, the depot’s first female commander.  Col. Keller becomes the depot’s 31st commander.    



Victim almost shot in home burglary 

Officials say that an Ohatchee man was nearly shot this week when he awoke to come face to face with a burglary. The man awoke in his Rock Springs Road home Monday morning while a man and a woman were looting his house. Investigators said that the burglars had grabbed some tools, a satellite dish and the male suspect had just picked up one of the owner’s shotguns when the 33-year-old homeowner woke up. The owner rounded the corner coming out of his bedroom and came face to face with the burglar and the barrel of his own shotgun. The suspect reportedly pointed it at the owner’s stomach and pulled the trigger. The shotgun had an empty chamber and clicked without discharging a shell. Unbeknownst to the suspect, the owner purposely kept the chamber empty but left shells in the shotgun’s tube. The owner rushed the man but both suspects turned and ran. They fled in a blue and white sport utility vehicle. In their hurry, the female suspect failed to completely get inside of the vehicle and was dragged down the road for a few blocks. It is suspected that the burglars thought the man was going to be at work. The male suspect is now wanted for attempted murder.



UAW meets with Honda employees

The union estimated about 300 Honda employees attended organizing meetings with the United Auto Workers union at the Comfort Inn in Lincoln Wednesday. UAW's effort to represent workers at Honda's Lincoln plant signals the union is attempting to offset membership losses at auto plants in the North by focusing on plants in the South, where union presence is minimal. It marks the second push in Alabama by the UAW, which failed in a campaign at the Mercedes plant in Vance five years ago.  Wednesdays  meetings, took place simultaneously in the hotel lobby and in a third-floor executive suite, with both so packed that workers - some still in Honda uniforms - spilled out into the halls. Dozens voiced their concerns about issues such as injury on the job and favoritism when it comes to promotions. Union officials said they have been quietly gathering with a group of about 50 employees for months.  Honda spokesman Mark Morrison said the company was not present at the UAW meeting and is "focused on their daily tasks at the plant."

Cooling stations opened in the area 

As we continue to see triple digit temperatures for a record-breaking nine days now. Alabama Governor Bob Riley has called on churches and community facilities across the state to open their doors to allow residents a place to cool off during the day. And one location has opened in Gadsden at The Salvation Army located on North 11th Street where Major Carl Tilley says they are glad to help the community. Maj Tilley says his facility is there specifically for the community, but he says so far, they’ve had little response. The Salvation Army cooling station in Gadsden will be open daily from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. as long as it is needed.  In Anniston, Interfaith Ministries is offering free transportation to the Glen Addy and Wiggins cooling stations in the Anniston area.  Mayor Chip Howell said the stations will be open from 9am till 10 pm. The phone number to call for more information on these services is 237-1742. Residents in Talladega County can find plenty of cooling stations. For more information on those locations, contact the EMA at 761-2125.  The Extreme heat has left an east Alabama park high and dry for a second time.  Lack of rain is to blame for low water levels at Cheaha State Park.  Right now, officials say  the park has 50,000 gallons of water in its wells.  It needs a total of 300,000 gallons.  Officials have limited the use of some of the park's rooms and cabins in an effort to conserve the amount of water they have left.

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