Thursday, October 23, 2008

Woman Found Dead in Montgomery

The body of a deceased female was discovered on Early Street in Montgomery, yesterday afternoon. She has since been identified as 32 year old Stephanie Miller. Montgomery Police reported blunt force injuries to her head. No more details were released, pending investigation.

'The Snake' Not Guilty of DUI

Ken "The Snake" Stabler, former University of Alabama quarterback and color analyst for the Crimson Tide Football Network, has been cleared of DUI charges. The charges stemmed from a traffic stop in June when an officer detected alcohol on Mr. Stabler's breath. Stabler was aqcuitted when the judge for his case, acting Municipal Judge James Sweet, determined there wasn't enough evidence to convict.

Auburn Heads to West Virginia Tonight

Both Auburn and West Viriginia started the season with high hopes. Both were in the top 10; both were expecting to stay there. Now, with 5 combined losses at the halfway point of the season, the game has lost much of it's pre-season luster.

Still, it will most likely be a close match. Both teams are struggling to reinvent their offensive attack. Neither team is looking to take chances. A defensive battle is to be expected in a traditional, low-scoring, smash-mouth affair.

The game will be televised on ESPN. Kickoff @ 6:30pm Central.

US to Create Domestic Spy Agency

Congress made a request of the RAND Corporation, Monday, that would outline the creation of a domestic spying agency. The agency would institutionalize the monitoring of American citizens, which has been permitted by law since the passage of the USA Patriot Act. Executive orders dating back over half a century have authorized domestic spying, but this would be the first domestic agency who's primary mission would be that of monitoring American citizens.