Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Thursday in The Star

Check out Thursday's Star for these stories:

Nick Cenegy has a profile of some of those involved in the group leading the stand against violent crime in Anniston.

Andy Johns visited the Wildland Fire Academy being held at McClellan. What was the scene there?

The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld the use of lethal injection for executions. This clears the way for executions to resume in Alabama. Markeshia Ricks will look at how the ruling will affect death row in the state.

Markeshia also takes a look at a bill that would place limits on ownership of non-lethal weapons such as tasers.

The Northeast Alabama Entrepreneurial Center celebrated its 10 year anniversary and announced the winners of the Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce's Small Business Awards Luncheon. Megan Nichols has this story.