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FEMA to conduct nationwide test

On October 3rd at approximately 1:20 PM CDT, the Federal Emergency Management Agency is testing the capabilities of the Integrated Public Alert and Warning System, also known as IPAWS. IPAWS is a national system for local officials to provide emergency messaging to the public. Emergency Alert System test messages will be broadcast over radio and television stations. For the first time, a wireless emergency alert test message will be sent to compatible cell phones. The test will assess the readiness of the system to send out national alerts. These alerts are designed to notify the public as early as possible to keep everyone safe. FEMA has conducted significant coordination with the broadcast community, wireless carriers, and emergency managers in preparation for this national test. The test was originally planned for September 20th, but due to ongoing response efforts to Hurricane Florence, it was postponed. 


Storms take down university website

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV) - Thursday's powerful storms took town several trees in our area, as well as the Auburn University website. Auburn University Office of Information Technology reports that around 4:14 PM, the campus lost all inbound and outbound internet traffic.


Apple previews iOS 12

San Jose, California — Apple today announced iOS 12, the latest version of the most advanced mobile operating system, designed to make everyday tasks faster and more responsive.


Warner Bros. wants YOU to be the “life of the party” in Auburn!

We are excited to bring the LIFE OF THE PARTY World Premiere to YOU! Eagle Eye TV is giving away 50 tickets to this star-studded event on Monday, April 30th at the AMC Tiger 13!  Viewers and followers can win by visiting www.wbtickets.com/EagleEye (If prompted, enter the code: EagleEye) to download an admit-one ticket while supplies last. 


Severe Weather Threat Update

AUBURN, Ala (EETV) - With the threat of potential severe weather for our area, it is important to stay up-to-date with the National Weather Service. 


Marvel says 'Black Panther' sequel is happening

NEW YORK CITY, N.Y. (EETV) - A sequel to the record-breaking "Black Panther" is "absolutely" happening according to Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige. For now, Marvel Studios is gearing up for the release of "Avengers: Infinity War", which will feature King T'Challa and Wakanda. “Infinity War” is set to arrive in theaters April 27. 


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.


Former UFC champion makes debut in WWE

PHILADELPHIA, PA - (EETV) Moments after the first-ever Woman's Royal Rumble match, former UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey made her appearance in the Wells Fargo Center in front of "the thousands in attendance and millions watching around the world".


New Professional Football League to Launch in 2020

STAMFORD, Conn. (EETV) - The XLF is set to return in 2020 WWE Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Vince McMahon announced Thursday. The hopes are to bring a "shorter, faster paced, family-friendly, and easier to understand game" back to football fans. There will be no crossing-over of talent from WWE to the XFL like there was in the old XFL. The new league will be structured similarly to the past with a 10-game regular season followed by two semi-finals playoff games and a championship game.