Police arrived at Everyday convenience store at 604 Sixth Ave. N. E. , about 2:30 a. m. , finding John Fincher Doss, 38, on the floor in a pool of blood. Police said Doss had difficulty speaking, but told officers he was standing near a pay phone between 2 and 2:30 in the store’s parking lot when someone stabbed him. Officers asked cheap conveyancing sydney Doss if someone robbed him, and police believe he attempted to say yes. An ambulance took Doss to Decatur General Hospital for surgery, police said. MONTGOMERY (AP) — Two days after Gov.
Bob Riley toured the state complaining that the Legislature was not acting on his proposals, a House committee approved four bills proposed by the governor to increase revenue for the General Fund budget. He said instead he wants the Legislature to adopt bills to reform the way state government operates and spends money before passing tax increases. A bipartisan committee of House and Senate members has recommended a list of proposals that would raise more than $300 million.
Jason Tunnicliff will soon be able to trade his hot seat on a bulldozer in the Kuwaiti desert for a less stressful perch on a lawn mower at his home, hopefully by the end of the month. The 23-year-old is a member of Company A of the U. S. Army Reserve 926th Engineering that is expected to return from Kuwait by the end of April. The Decatur-based unit of 140 soldiers mobilized in February 2003 and deployed to Kuwait on April 17.
We don’t know for sure, but know it’s close and they are in preparation for coming home,” said Paul Adams, spokesman for 81st Regional Readiness Command in Birmingham. “We don’t have an actual scheduled inbound on them, flight data or anything,” he said. Tunnicliff’s mother, Lynn Tunnicliff, said she spoke with her son this past weekend and he said the unit is cleaning and preparing its heavy equipment for a return home.