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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Searchers seeking drowning victim
  • Shots fired at Oxford fireworks
  • Marines celebrate 4th in Anniston
  • University of Alabama offers tuition break


Searchers seeking drowning victim 

Authorities in Etowah County are searching the Coosa River for the body of a middle-aged man who reportedly drowned Wednesday afternoon in the River near Hokes Bluff.  An official said the man, Danny Ray Williamson of Glencoe, was with a group and was swimming around a pontoon boat around 2 p.m. Wednesday afternoon when he went under and didn’t come back up.  Divers searched and rescue workers dragged the river unsuccessfully Wednesday afternoon and Wednesday night. Officials resumed their search today.



Shots fired at Oxford fireworks 

Oxford police are searching for a young man who reportedly fired two shots into the air with a pistol during Wednesday night’s Fourth of July fireworks show at Oxford Lake Park. Officials said that no one was injured during the shooting, which reportedly happened near the Freedom Park parking lot. Witnesses described the suspect as a black man in his 20s wearing a red and black Atlanta Falcons No. 7 jersey. After firing the shots, witnesses said, the man fled the area with about 10 other men.   It marks the second year that gunshots were fired at the celebration.  Last year one person was shot at the fireworks display.  Oxford police are asking that Anyone with information regarding the shooting contact Oxford Police (256) 831-3121.  


Marines celebrate 4th in Anniston 

Members of one military unit at McClellan, preparing to be deployed to Iraq, spent the July 4th holiday with their loved ones.  Private First Class Lukus Shoffner said this Fourth of July was not only about spending time with each other – it’s about paying tribute to fellow soldiers.  Shoffner is just one of 10 Marines from the 3rd battalion 5th Marines Kilo Company who've been in Anniston for a month of training.  The group is from Camp Pendleton, California.  The soldiers are training at fort McClellan with the Auburn University canine training facility as they prepare to be deployed to Iraq.  As Shoffner gears up for battle, he said he’s proud to know he'll not only be defending his country, but that his family will be rooting for him.  The group, which will be working with specially trained dogs from Auburns McClellan facility to sniff out improvised explosive devices, will be deployed to Iraq in September. 


University of Alabama offers tuition break  

Some students looking to transfer from a two-year college to the University of Alabama this fall will be getting a little help in the financial department.  The university is starting a new program called Alabama's Promise to help cover tuition and fees.  Eligible students have to complete two years of community college, have a "B" average and qualify for full federal Pell Grants awarded to students from low-income families.  If Congress approves increases to the Pell Grant program, the
need-based award will provide $4,600 annually for students.  Alabama will contribute more if the maximum Pell Grant award stays at $4,310.  The university will cover tuition and fees not paid by the grant, amounting to about $2,908 per student annually. Trustees approved an allotment of $500,000, which would cover about 170 students.  Other states have similar programs, but this is the first of itsind in Alabama.

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