FBI, OPD arrest Opelika student after school threat

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV) - An Opelika teen has been arrested following threats made against Opelika High School. The threat was made on-line by a juvenile who was chatting while playing a video game.  The threat made was to “shoot up OHS”.  The Opelika Police Department and Agents with the Federal Bureau of Investigation were able to locate the suspect’s residence. OPD Detectives along with FBI Agents went to the address and located the 16-year-old suspect.  The juvenile suspect was arrested and charged with Making a Terrorist Threat.  He was taken to the Lee County Youth Development Center pending a hearing in Juvenile Court.  The investigation did not locate any credible plan of action on the suspect’s part and there appears no present danger to students of the Opelika City Schools.  The Opelika City School Systems Administration was informed of the information and is working very closely with the Police Department to ensure the safety and well-being of every child.

Auburn Police searching for downtown vandal

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV) - Auburn Police are looking for a man after several buildings in downtown Auburn were vandalized. On Monday, Police officers were called in reference to several reports of criminal mischief in the downtown area.   According to the reports, graffiti was drawn or marked on various structures and building, causing damage and requiring city workers and business owners to spend time removing or covering it.  Further investigation into the incidents by Auburn Police resulted in a suspect being captured on video surveillance.

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.

Auburn officials lead active shooter response training

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV) - Auburn University Campus Safety and Security held their second active shooter response training for students, faculty, and staff of the year Tuesday.  The training was led by Chance Corbett, Interim Executive Director of Campus Safety and Security. The next training is scheduled for February 22 and will be held at the Department of Campus Safety and Security building on West Magnolia Avenue.

Plain Talk: Mayor Walt Maddox

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- This week on Plain Talk, Tuscaloosa Mayor Walt Maddox discusses his bid for the Democratic nomination for Alabama's governor. Maddox, who has served as Mayor of Tuscaloosa for over ten years, 

Report by the Chronicle of Higher Education Outlines Potential Athletic Influence In Auburn's Academic Operations

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- A recent report by the Chronicle of Higher Education issues a scathing report of how Auburn University’s Athletics Department allegedly wields substantial influence of some portions of the University’s academic units. Much of the article discussed some of the details associated with the fallout over the large percentage of athletes enrolled at one time in the College of Liberal Art’s Public Administration major.

New SGA Executive Officers Announced

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- The names of the next appointed Auburn University Student Government Association executive officers have been released. According to SGA Vice President-elect Schyler Burney; Mackenzie Yelton, Patrick Starr, Austin Chandler, Jordan Kramer and Bailey Hand have been identified as the next appointed executive team. Yelton, who currently serves as SGA’s Executive Secretary, has been identified as the next Chief of Staff.

One man dead following overnight shooting in Auburn

AUBURN, AL (EETV) - One man is dead following an overnight shooting in Auburn. At approximately 10:18 pm Thursday night, the Auburn Police Division responded to a report of shots being fired in the 900 block of Old Mill Rd.


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