WVAS Local News

Aug 23, 2013

Montgomery school board members say they weren't informed about allegations of improper grade changing and other issues.  The Montgomery Advertiser quotes board members as saying they didn't realize an in-depth probe was being conducted by the state.  New allegations were contained in a letter sent from the state to Montgomery Superintendent Barbara Thompson.

Tipster Button

Central Alabama Crime Stoppers now has three ways for tipsters to submit information to help solve crimes.  The addition of the Submit A Tip button on the organization's Facebook page joins the phone and text methods as ways people can pass information along to the non-profit organization.  Tony Garrett, Community Development Director for Crime Stoppers, says many people take advantage of these options because they are tired of increasing crime.  Anonymous tips have led to 128 arrests from January through June of this year. 

ASU and Comcast

Alabama State University Hornets will soon play before a potential audience of millions during its home opening football game.  Cable provider, Comcast Sports Southeast will televise the game against Jacksonville State on August 31st at 5 p.m.