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Maynor’s attorney: ‘Trigger event’ caused shooting, seeking bail reduction
The defense attorney for Jay Maynor, who is accused of killing the man convicted of molesting his daughter more than a decade ago, says a “catalyst event” caused the shooting and he will push to have both the charges and bond reduced in the case.
Authorities recover weapon believe used in December beating death
Authorities have found what they believe is the weapon used in the December beating death of an elderly Cullman man.
Cullman man charged with murder in Berlin shooting
A Cullman man has been charged with murder after allegedly shooting into a local gas station, then driving to a man’s home and killing him Sunday night.
Medical building heavily damaged in Cullman fire
The Health Imaging Services Pet Center on Warnke Circle, just off Eva Road, was heavily damaged Friday afternoon in a massive fire that engulfed the entire structure.
Thunderstorms down power lines, trees in county
Cullman County Emergency Management Agency Director Phyllis Little said down trees and power lines have been reported from across north Cullman County.
UPDATE: Identities released in Cullman motorcycle fatality
A Cullman man was killed instantly early Wednesday morning when another vehicle collided with the motorcycle he was driving.
BREAKING: Ross tapped to lead CCBOE as superintendent in split vote
The Cullman County Board of Education has found its new superintendent, though the decision was not a unanimous one.
'God has a plan for us': Residents pick up pieces after powerful Monday storms
Tina Fernandez held back tears Tuesday morning and got busy. With just a few hours sleep from the night before, she didn’t have time to cry as she salvaged pictures and other belongings from her destroyed mobile home before another round of damaging storms moved through the region Tuesday afternoon.
Dangerous super cells expected today; storms begin around 3 p.m.
A massive storm system is expected to arrive in Cullman County this afternoon, with destructive super cells running ahead of the squall line.
Crews racing to repair 700 Cullman County power outages from Monday night storm
The Cullman Electric Cooperative is working to restore power to approximately 700 area customers, due to damage caused in Monday night's storm.
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