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Brandon Etheredge

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NEWS 2/28/18 4:07pm

Local leaders discuss gun regulation, arming teachers

Leaders in Alabama are speaking out after the Valentine's Day massacre in Parkland Florida. State representatives Joe Lovvorn and Elaine Beech along with Former Miss America and Congressional candidate Mallory Hagan discuss what they think can be done to curb gun violence in schools. More details on Eagle Eye Auburn dot com

LIFESTYLE 2/16/18 4:25pm

BSU ties student's common "thread" with campus demonstration

AUBURN, AL. (EETV) - Auburn's Black Student Union is working to show students unity through public art.  The Unity project took place on the Campus Green Friday allowing students to "weave" their story into the Auburn Family.  "It all starts with being an Auburn student", explains BSU Marketing Director Jayla Coleman, "It is the thing that ties us all together." The demonstration began with students tying a string to a pole in the center of a ring of poles, each with a different identifier attached to it.

NEWS 2/8/18 11:57pm

STARR: This is technically a loss, but it's really not a loss

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV) - Following a tense week of elections followed by a competitive runoff, Patrick Starr was defeated Thursday evening by Dane Block.  "I think both of these campaigns were close because both had a strong message," said Starr following the final call out. Both candidates received vote reductions due to election violations.

NEWS 2/5/18 6:59pm


Auburn, Ala. (EETV) - Candidates for Auburn's major SGA positions take the stage tonight to discuss their platforms ahead of tomorrow election. 

NEWS 1/22/18 11:23am

UCF trolls Auburn with new snapchat filter

Auburn, Ala. (EETV) - The trolling continues as the University of Central Florida claims the 2017 National Championship.  On campus Monday, a Snapchat geofilter began to appear on the app reading "UCF National Champions 2018." The UCF Knights defeated Auburn in the Peach Bowl in December.

NEWS 11/16/17 2:51pm

Moore addresses allegations, past in press conference

Alabama senate candidate Roy Moore announced in a press conference today that he will not leave the senate race following allegations of inappropriate contact with a teenager when he was 32. “I look forward to serving you in the United States Senate” Moore said as he opened the press conference.

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