Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein addressed a crowd gathered at the 16th Street Baptist Church Sunday afternoon to open the two-day conference on hate crimes. The conference is presented by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Birmingham Division and the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute. “Our most fundamental mission is to protect people by enforcing the rule of law,” Rosenstein said about the Department of Justice.
Angela Nance was working when a flash flood on Highway 31 forced her to evacuate the customers from Vestavia Bowl. “We had about 30, 40, or 50 customers inside,” recalled Nance, the bowling alley’s general manager. “The water ended up getting, for sure over the wheels, about half way up the door,” Nance says. Luckily, Nance’s insurance covered the damages. The car was deemed a total loss and she now has a new car to drive. But not all flood damaged cars have the same fate.
Homewood PD arrests Brighton City Councilor
2017-08-30T23:42:49Z2017-08-31T00:07:41ZBy Lydia Hu, Anchor/Reporter
Source: Homewood Police Department
HOMEWOOD, AL (WBRC) -
A city councilor for the city of Brighton landed in jail on Wednesday.Homewood police say 28-year-old Ashley LaShawn Henderson was booked on a $300 bond for second-degree bail jumping.
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