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NEWS 10/10/18 10:10pm

Auburn voters head to the polls

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV) - Auburn voters took to the polls Tuesday for the Auburn mayoral election. Many voters voiced concerns with the current City Council, as well as concerns in their communities. 


NEWS 10/9/18 8:24pm

Ron Anders wins Auburn mayoral election

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- Auburn City Councilman Ron Anders has been declared the winner of Auburn's mayoral runoff election. Anders beat community resident David Hill garnering 54.2% of the vote. Prior to his run for mayor, Anders served as the councilman for Ward 2.  Anders currently serves as the Director of Special Projects for the Tailgate Guys company. Anders will succeed outgoing longtime Mayor Bill Ham. 


NEWS 10/9/18 1:59pm

Auburn voters looking for balance between growth and keeping city safe

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- Voters from across the city of Auburn head to the polls Tuesday to vote on who they would like to represent them in the coming years.  At the Dean Road Recreation Center polling location, voters wanted new leaders to focus on accommodating the city's growth while also accounting for longtime citizens.  "How we take care of everyone who is already present here, living here all the time," said resident Teri Gilmore. Some residents also wanted to ensure that city leadership remains stable going forward. "Continued good government," said Howard Ryan.  Polls will be open across the city until 7:00 p.m. 


NEWS 10/8/18 8:02pm

Campus Safety monitoring conditions ahead of Hurricane Michael's expected arrival

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- Auburn University is monitoring weather conditions ahead of Hurricane Michael's expected landfall. In an email to students officials wrote: "We currently do not anticipate any changes to class schedules or normal university operations as a result of Michael, but that could change as the forecast evolves and the storm moves closer." Campus Safety officials also tweeted tips for students traveling during the Thursday and Friday fall break.


NEWS 10/4/18 2:47pm

Pedestrian hit by train

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- A pedestrian was struck by a train Thursday afternoon in Auburn. According to Auburn Police Division spokesperson Lorenza Dorsey, an east bound CSX train struck a 20 year old female near the North Donahue Drive crossing. The victim was transported to the East Alabama Medical Center with serious injuries.


NEWS 10/2/18 9:31pm

Auburn SGA honors Mayor Ham

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- The Auburn University Student Government Association honored outgoing Auburn Mayor Bill Ham at their Senate meeting Monday night. Sponsored by Raymond James Harbert College of Business Senator Mary Margaret Turton, the commendation praised Ham's time as the city's leader.


NEWS 10/2/18 1:42pm

Arrest made in connection to individual being found unconscious on campus street

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- Auburn Police arrested Alexander C. Hernandez, age 23, from Fort Benning, Georgia Monday on a felony warrant charging him with Rape First Degree. Police say that a victim was found May 12 unconscious on Engineering Drive, which its located on the campus of Auburn University. The victim was eventually transported to the East Alabama Medical Center due to the victim's level of intoxication. Further investigation by authorities, including a DNA examination by the Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences, determined that Hernandez, an acquaintance of the victim, sexually assaulted her.  Detectives charged Hernandez with Rape First Degree.


NEWS 10/1/18 4:08pm

Police looking for suspect in connection to a theft at a laundry room

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- Auburn Police are looking for a suspect in connection to a recent theft investigation. Police say that the individual entered a laundry room at an apartment complex in the 1300 block of Shug Jordan Parkway on September 24, and pried open several of the coin boxes on the commercial vending washers and dryers and took an undisclosed amount of money. If anyone has any information on the identity of the suspect they are encouraged to contact APD Detectives at (334) 501-3140, call the tip line at (334) 246-1391, or the 24 hour non-emergency number at (334) 501-3100. 


NEWS 9/29/18 4:13pm

Campaign violations submitted against three Miss Homecoming campaigns

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- Multiple campaign violations were turned into the Auburn University Student Government Association Elections Board in connection to three Miss Homecoming candidates. Violations were turned in agains Sadie Argo, Maddy Hickman and Tracy Moore's campaigns. Four violations were turned in against Sadie Argo's campaign: one accusing members of the campaign of campaigning for votes off campus, one accusing the campaign of offering incentives for voting, one in connection to a non-Auburn student sending out an endorsement email and one accusing a campaign volunteer of giving out a cell phone to a student to vote. Argo's campaign was found to not be in violation of all charges except for the one associated with the non Auburn student endorsement email for which she lost 53 votes. One violation was submitted against the campaign of Tracy Moore accusing the campaign of sending out a voting email/campaigning in a GroupMe before 7:00 am on voting day.