Sunday, July 20 2014 5:21 PM EDT2014-07-20 21:21:42 GMT
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A Montgomery native and former Auburn University pitcher has been called up to the Chicago White Sox. According to the CSN Chicago website on Sunday, the White Sox purchased the contract of 27-year-oldMore >>
A Montgomery native and former Auburn University pitcher has been called up to the Chicago White Sox.More >>
Tuesday, July 29 2014 9:28 PM EDT2014-07-30 01:28:19 GMT
This is a news release from the attorney general's office Jackson, MS—A former state employee is going to prison for embezzlement and forgery, announced Attorney General Jim Hood today. Rhonda Gleason,More >>
Jackson, MS—A former state employee is going to prison for embezzlement and forgery, announced Attorney General Jim Hood today.More >>
Monday, July 28 2014 10:16 PM EDT2014-07-29 02:16:56 GMT
A missing Pascagoula teen was found safe Monday night in Moss Point, just hours after so many of you shared her picture on Facebook.More >>
A missing Pascagoula teen was found safe Monday night in Moss Point, just hours after so many of you shared her picture on Facebook. A tipster called police and said Ashely Santangela Davis was in Moss Point. She has since been reunited with her mother. More >>
Tuesday, July 29 2014 5:50 AM EDT2014-07-29 09:50:38 GMT
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Listeria is listed on the the baby's death certificate as an immediate cause of her death. Her mother, says that while she was pregnant, she ate food that was part of a recent, nation-wide Listeria recall.More >>
Tuesday, July 29 2014 12:51 PM EDT2014-07-29 16:51:48 GMT
Warren Lewis, 70, was sentenced to 16 years and 8 months in Federal Court for being a part of one of the largest meth operations in Lamar County history. Lewis was sentenced for possession of drugs withMore >>
Warren Lewis, 70, was sentenced to 16 years and 8 months in Federal Court for being a part of one of the largest meth operations in Lamar County history. Lewis was sentenced for possession of drugs with the intent to distribute Tuesday morning.More >>
Tuesday, July 29 2014 6:13 PM EDT2014-07-29 22:13:39 GMT
A man charged with capital murder for allegedly killing a Laurel woman had his arraignment Tuesday. William Dean pled not guilty for the death of 85-year-old Nora Peters after he was read his charges inMore >>
A man charged with capital murder for allegedly killing a Laurel woman had his arraignment Tuesday. More >>
Nikki Stewart has been hired onto the Auburn Women's Basketball staff as
Director of Basketball Operations, head coach Terri Williams-Flournoy announced
Director of Basketball Operations, Stewart will be in charge of team travel,
game day preparations, monitoring players' academic progress and handling
community service for the student-athletes.
the Director of Basketball Operations position, you want someone who is more of
an administrative-type that understands the business side of running the
program and Nikki is that person," said Williams-Flournoy. "Her background in
both the sports and corporate worlds make a great mixture and will really help
with what we want to get done here."
is a 2002 graduate of the University of Tennessee where she graduated magna cum
laude with her degree in political science. While at UT, she served as a
manager for the Lady Vol women's basketball team for two seasons and was promoted
to head manager as a senior.
Knoxville, she moved on to law school at Vanderbilt University, graduating from
the VU Law School in 2005. While there she served as chairperson of the
Vanderbilt Student Athletic Committee, a group that worked to incorporate the
student-athletes into the general undergraduate community.
native of Atlanta, Ga., Stewart returned to her home area in 2006 and held
positions as an Associate Attorney at both Smith & Williams, and Hall,
Booth, Smith & Stover law firms.
spent the 2010-11 season with the Kentucky women's basketball team as a
recruiting and operations assistant. While there, she prepared correspondence,
maintained the recruiting database and filing system, and provided camp and
returned to the legal world in 2011 as a project attorney with King &
Spalding in Atlanta. She then took a similar position with Alston & Bird.