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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Accident shuts down Interstate
  • Three perish in Pell City fire
  • Senator changes parties
  • OOPS  Mistake in state tax booklet


Accident shuts down Interstate

A major accident involving at least five 18-wheelers between the Noccalula Falls and Collinsville exits on I 59 in Etowah county forced the closing of the northbound lanes for several hours Thursday afternoon.  Officials say that At least nine vehicles were involved in the wreck.  One of the 18-wheelers overturned, blocking the interstate.
The wreck occurred near 3:30 Thursday afternoon about 5 miles north of the Noccalula Falls exit, in a sharp curve known as the cut in the mountain.


Three perish in Pell City fire 

Three people were killed in a late night house fire. The blaze happened at a home on 33rd Street North in Pell City. Fire investigators say they got the initial call around 7:30 PM. When firefighters made it into the home, they found the three victims. Authorities say the victims were a husband, wife and another man who lived at the home. They believe everyone went to sleep with food still cooking on the stove. Pell City's fire chief say people must understand the basics of fire safety. Investigators have not released the names of the three people.


Senator changes parties 

State Senator Jimmy Holley of Elba has voted like a Republican since 2003. Now he's one officially.  Before a crowd of about 200 supporters yesterday evening, Holley
announced he was leaving the Democratic Party. Governor Bob Riley, Attorney General Troy King and 15 legislators from throughout the state turned out to welcome Holley to their party. The change means there will be 13 Republicans and 22 Democrats in the Senate -- the most GOP members since 1998.  The House has 61 Democrats and 43 Republicans, with one vacant seat to be filled in a special election January 29th. The seat was previously held by Democrat Neal Morrison of Cullman.   Holley, who is 63, is one of Alabama's longest serving legislators. He was elected to his third term in the Senate in 2006. He previously served five terms in the House. The district stretches across Coffee, Covington, Dale and Houston counties.  Senate Republicans said they are also trying to convert two other Democratic senators who usually vote with them: Tom Butler of Madison and Jim Preuitt of Talladega.   Jess Brown, a political scientist at Athens State University,
said the change won't affect the voting divide in the Democrat-dominated Senate because Holley has been voting with the GOP minority. 



OOPS! Mistake in state tax booklet

Some booklets sent to taxpayers by the Alabama Department of Revenue contain an error in the table used to determine standard deductions and should not be used in tax preparation.  Acting Revenue Commissioner Cynthia Underwood said yesterday
taxpayers who were mailed the incorrect information will be notified and receive the corrected standard reduction table.  The corrected table will reflect changes made in Alabama law in 2006 that changed standard deduction amounts for taxpayers with
adjusted gross income up to $30,000 a year.  The correct information is also available on the department's Web site.  Underwood said online tax preparation programs contain the correct information, but that taxpayers that buy tax preparation programs "off the shelf" should download updates from the software vendor's Web site.

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