criminal law

City Council

Fate of Selma police chief, surveillance cameras considered by Selma City Council this week | News | #citycouncil

The Selma City Council will consider some important public safety issues this week, including the fate of the city’s police chief and the proposed citywide camera surveillance system. The council will hold a disciplinary hearing for Police Chief Kenta Fulford on Wednesday, May 29. Selma Mayor James Perkins Jr. suspended Fulford on April 30, citing […]

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Missoula City Council meets Tuesday | #citycouncil

Missoula Civic Television Advisory Commission Where: Jack Reidy Conference Room, 140 W. Pine St. or via TEAMS. Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board Where: Mayor’s Conference Room 410 Ryman St. or via TEAMS. City Council Where: Virtual: bit.ly/3JVyNJ9; Cable TV Channel 190. YouTube Live and On Demand: bit.ly/3JTikoU. Meetings are conducted via Zoom webinar. Register for the live webinar to attend […]

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Mayor

One person shot, another injured after shooting near Torchlight Parade | Spokane News

SPOKANE, Wash. — Mayor Lisa Brown spoke out about the violence that occurred during the parade. “I am saddened by the violence that occurred near tonight’s parade. My thoughts are with those who were injured, their families, and all those who witnessed this incident,” said Brown. “Violence like this should never happen, especially near a place where […]

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Mayor

Tibbitt apologizes for ‘spit on mayor’ remarks on radio

ATLANTIC CITY — Several city employees criticized at-large Councilman George Tibbitt during Wednesday’s City Council meeting over comments he made on a local radio show encouraging city workers to “spit on” Mayor Marty Small Sr. over allegations in a child abuse case. “The part that said public works and city workers, when they see the mayor […]

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Mayor

G.T. Bynum supports sidewalk obstruction ordinance proposal

Mayor G.T. Bynum said he supports an ordinance amendment moving through the City Council that would address individuals obstructing sidewalks or other public rights of way. “Community discussions around this matter have been ongoing for over a year, and I appreciate my colleagues on the City Council for weighing all options and trying to reach […]

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City Council

Omaha City Council approves funding for PACE youth sports for this summer | #citycouncil

The City of Omaha will give $50,000 to the financially strapped Police Athletics for Community Engagement this summer. The City Council voted 7-0 Tuesday to approve Mayor Jean Stothert’s proposal to grant that amount of city money to the South Omaha-based nonprofit organization, better known as PACE. It will be the first time since 2022 […]

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Mayor

Small is fifth Atlantic City mayor to face charges

Marty Small Sr. is the fifth mayor in Atlantic City to face criminal charges since the city’s form of government changed to a mayor-council format in 1982.  Below is a list of Atlantic City mayors who have been charged during their time in office:  MARTY SMALL SR. Atlantic City Mayor Marty Small, Sr., speaks to […]

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Former policy advisor to Mayor Wamp arrested again; charged with aggravated assault | Local News

The former policy advisor for Hamilton County Mayor Weston Wamp has been arrested again.  Davis Lundy faces charges of aggravated assault and contraband in a penal institution.  The affidavit says the victim called 911 after Lundy attacked him with a baseball bat.  Officers report the victim was a family member.  Lundy is being held in […]

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Alabama

Alabama enacts new restrictions on absentee ballot requests | Local News | #elections | #alabama

Gov. Kay Ivey signed signed Senate Bill 1, sponsored by Sen. Garlan Gudger (R-Cullman), which prohibits any paid assistance with absentee ballot applications. “Here in Alabama, we are committed to ensuring our elections are free and fair,” Ivey said in a statement released Wednesday, March 20. “Under my watch, there will be no funny business […]

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Alabama

Candidates in the Lee County District Judge Place 2 | #elections | #alabama

Alabama voters will visit the polls on Tuesday to vote in the primary election. Harold W. Morris, Clay Thomas and Samantha Burt Copelan are running for Lee County district judge, Place 2. Primary elections allow voters to determine which candidates compete in the general election and can be nonpartisan or partisan. In partisan primaries, voters choose the candidates they […]

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