Bedbugs Reported At East Alabama Medical Center

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- Bedbugs have recently been reported at the East Alabama Medical Center. Bed bugs, according to the Centers for Disease Control, “are small, flat, parasitic insects that feed solely on the blood of people and animals while they sleep.” East Alabama Medical Center spokesperson John Atkinson wrote in a statement to Eagle Eye TV: “High-quality compassionate health care is our mission each and every day, and to every patient.

Pet of the Week: Catsy Cline

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- Meet our Pet of the Week, Catsy Cline! Catsy is a little over two years old, and she's been with us for 112 days (almost four months!). We don't know why Catsy's been here so long; this girl is incredibly friendly and affectionate.

Opelika To Close Recycling Center

OPELIKA, Ala – Due to recycling material being continually contaminated, the City of Opelika will be closing the Westside Recycling Center on Grand National Parkway on April 1, 2018.  Opelika residents can sign up for curbside recycling at for only $10 per month or bring recycling to one of the four recycling centers – Northside Center at 600 8th Avenue, Covington Center at 213 Carver Avenue, Floral Park Center at 600 Floral Street or Jeter Avenue Center at 675 Jeter Avenue.  If citizens would like to get more information they are encouraged to call the Opelika Environmental Services Department at 334.705.5480.

Purse Stolen From Auburn Arena

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- Officers from the Auburn Police Division responded to an alleged theft at the Auburn Arena Wednesday. According to police spokesperson Lorenza Dorsey, a member of the arena security staff reported that here purse was stolen while she worked. This was the same day that Auburn Men's Basketball played Texas A&M. Dorsey said the case is still being investigated by officers. 

​Dog receives good prognosis for recovery following near-fatal fire injury

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV) - A big dog with an even larger will to live has been given a good prognosis for recovery and a healthy life following a near fatal house fire in early January. Adler, a four-year-old German shepherd, owned by Brad and Shannon Mullins of Alexander City, made regional news when first responders pulled him from their burning home on Jan.


SGA Holiday Lighting Ceremony 2017