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Alcohol To Soon Be Sold At Auburn Baseball Games

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV) - Plainsman Park will start selling alcohol, after Auburn City Council approved an alcohol license for the on-campus baseball stadium. Alcohol will only be sold in a select area of the park, to premium ticket holders.


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.


Auburn University To Host Creek Clean Up

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- Auburn University Risk Management and Safety and The Alternative Student Break are hosting a Creek Clean-Up Event on Sunday, February 25th from 2:00 pm until 4:00 pm.


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.


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. The report outlined some of the details associated with the fallout over the large number of student athletes enrolled in the College of Liberal Art’s Public Administration major at one time. The article states that at one point in 2013, Auburn’s Public Administration major held 40 percent of all scholarship football players.


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.