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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Woman killed in Piedmont shooting
  • Alabama Power to respond on tree issue
  • Etowah DA diagnosed with lymphoma
  • Chili Recall


Woman killed in Piedmont shooting 

A 32 year old Piedmont woman was shot and killed Thursday afternoon according to piedmont police.  Menechia Coheely,  of Piedmont died instantly after she was shot with a rifle around 2 p.m. Thursday afternoon in what officials say appeared to be a domestic violence incident.  Piedmont Police arrested 30 year old Derrick Scott Thompson, of Piedmont, at the scene on Adderhold Road charging him with murder.



Alabama Power to respond on tree issue 

Officials with the Alabama Public Service Commission said Thursday that Alabama Power Co. has 30 days to respond to written complaints objecting to the removal of trees in the city of Jacksonville. PSC spokesman David Rountree said the legal division will decide based on Alabama Power’s response whether to host a public hearing. The battle over the power company’s tree-removal practices in Jacksonville started earlier this month when retired school teacher Barbara Wilson was told by the company that they were going to cut down her three 75-year-old pecan trees because they were too close to power lines. Wilson started a petition and took her objections to the Jacksonville City Council meeting where the council passed a “cease and desist” resolution, Wilson filed a written complaint with the PSC Monday after being told by Jacksonville Mayor Johnny Smith that power company officials had told him they were going to proceed with their plans to remove the trees. Derek Raulerson, who assisted Wilson with filing her complaint, said Wilson’s case is being considered because a section of the state code allows the PSC to investigate complaints or allegations of inadequate service. 


Etowah DA diagnosed with lymphoma 

Etowah County District Attorney Jimmie Harp was diagnosed this week with non-Hodgkins lymphoma, according to a statement released by his office.  Harp consulted with specialists at the Bruno's Cancer Center in Birmingham on Thursday.  Harp said he  was informed that the particular type lymphoma is a very low-grade and slow-progressing type.  Harp said former U.S. senator and possible presidential candidate Fred Thompson of Tennessee was diagnosed with the same type cancer.  Harp said that doctors told him that there is no need for treatments such as chemotherapy or radiation in that this is a relatively dormant situation, and that he was given an excellent prognosis for a long and symptom-free life.Harp said he will continue regular physicals to monitor the lymphoma. 


Chili Recall 

Botulism contamination has been detected in hot dog chili sauces produced in Augusta, Ga. , and Consumers are being warned to throw away canned products. The Georgia Department of Agriculture is assisting federal agencies with the hot dog chili sauces recall issued Wednesday night for suspected Botulism, according to Georgia Agriculture Commissioner Tommy Irvin. Irvin said Thursday that they have all suspect products on hold at the Castleberry Food Company Augusta plant, And that the state is working with the Food and Drug Administration, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other agencies to investigate the cause of the contamination and the scope of the distribution. Castleberry Food Company voluntarily issued a recall Wednesday night for 10-ounce cans of Castleberry’s Hot Dog Chili Sauce, UPC 3030000101; Austex Hot Dog Chili Sauce, UPC 3030099533; Kroger Hot Dog Chili Sauce, UPC 1111083942. All of the canned hot dog chili sauces had “best by” dates from April 30, 2009 through May 22, 2009 on the can lids. Consumers who have any of the recalled products or any foods made with these products should throw them away immediately. If the “best by” date is missing or unreadable, consumers should throw the product out. Two children in Texas and an Indiana couple who ate these products became ill and were hospitalized. Castleberry asks that consumers with any questions or concerns about the recall to contact Jamie Leicht of Fleishman Hillard at 1-888-203-8446.

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