Army Reservist, Damarious Nolan Watts holding a sign that reads" Stop Racism Now" during daily protest. Photo credit by Collin Mayfield
Opelika, AL (EETV)- The Opelika Police Department is seeking assistance in locating a missing man.
A high-speed police chase resulted in one officer firing their weapon. The pursuit began in Auburn on I-85 Northbound Monday afternoon.
Auburn, AL (EETV) - A pedestrian was hit while crossing an intersection near the campus of Auburn University early Thursday evening.
Auburn, AL (EETV) - The Opelika Police Department is investigating a motor vehicle crash that claimed the life of an 18- year-old man. The crash occurred on Columbus Parkway at North Uniroyal Road.
Auburn, AL (EETV) - A college-aged man was found dead after reportedly jumping off a student apartment in Auburn.
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (EETV) - A group of Auburn University students will participate in a protest to oppose Gov. Ivey plan to construct three new prisons across the state of Alabama. The group is scheduled to protest peacefully in the afternoon at Regions Bank at the intersection of 19th Street North and Fifth Avenue North in Birmingham.
A petition was organized for a slain Tuskegee student to receive his honorary bachelor's degree.
AUBURN, Ala. (EETV) - When Auburn University research professor Kelly Thompson, began a solo sit-in near downtown Toomer’s Corners. She had no idea that it would turn into a daily routine for the next five months.
AUBURN, Ala. (EETV) - Mayor Messiah Williams-Cole, who was recently named mayor of Camp Hill, Ala. believes the 2020 presidential election is interesting and historic.
AUBURN, Ala. (EETV) - Are you ready for a talk show about student life at Auburn? If so, one is being launched by track star Christopher Grant.
AUBURN, Ala. (EETV) - An Auburn man will be recognized by The Alabama Concrete Industries Association (ACIA) during Mixer Driver Appreciation Week. The program will honor the longest-serving driver at each one of ACIA’s ready mix member companies.
An Auburn University student believes she was racially discriminated against and fired from Toomer’s Drugs because she was black.
AUBURN, Ala. (EETV) - An Auburn University student believes she was racially discriminated against and fired from Toomer’s Drugs because she was black
Gov. Kay Ivey extended the Safer-at-home order until Nov.8 in Alabama.