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Police officers in Decatur could begin recording interactions with the public through body cameras, provided that city council members approve the expense in next year's budget.
DECATUR — Police say a 25-year-old woman arrested in the death of her 19-month-old son had done a web search for "how do you suffocate" the morning before he died, according to court documents made public Thursday.
DECATUR — The Decatur police union is objecting to city rules they say require them to seize vehicles unconstitutionally — and they’ve asked a judge to intervene.
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Tate & Lyle plans to tear down the former Staley pump house, which hosted weddings, dances and parties from the 1920s to 1980s. Now, one local history enthusiast is mounting a campaign to save it.
Entertainment columnist Tim Cain and local government reporter Analisa Trofimuk discuss the teaching assistant's strike. Analisa shares her experience covering her first strike.
DECATUR — This is the gospel of self-help according to the word of Richland Community College professor Jarmese Sherrod: “Close your mouth, put your big girl panties on and get to work.”