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About: florence, alabama

Located on the banks of the Tennessee River, Florence is the largest of the cities in the area known as the Shoals. In July every year, thousands flock to the city for the WC Handy Music Festival. The event is named after Handy who was born and grew up in the area and is widely recognized as the Father of the Blues.

Population: 36721
Local Newspapers: Florence Times Daily
Local Sports Teams: University of North Alabama Lions
Local Colleges: University of North Alabama

Zip Codes associated with florence, alabama: 35630 35633 35634
Towns/Cities near florence, alabama : Muscle Shoals Sheffield Underwood-Petersville St Florian Tuscumbia

Florence News
Shoals woman charged with exploitation of elderly family member

A woman faces more than 100 felonies in Florence for taking advantage of a family member. Investigators say the charges range from credit card fraud to selling the victim's car.

Southside apartments, new life for Florence center in business news

Here are the top business stories on for Wednesday, March 15, 2017. Follow all of Alabama's business news here anytime.

700+ child abuse charges handed down to Cape couple

A Cape Coral couple faces more than 700 counts of child abuse in what police are saying is the most shocking case they've ever seen. Daniel and Jenise Spurgeon are wanted in Alabama and were already charged in Florida being accused of abusing at least 11 fostered and adopted children.

Tuscumbia police investigating overnight deadly shooting

Are you or someone you know looking to move into another field or profession? Alabama State University is holding a job fair Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Are you or someone you know looking to move into another field or profession? Alabama State University is holding a job fair Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Hospitals, doctors and consumer groups mounted intensifying opposition to the GOP health care drive, and Republican leaders labored to rally a divided party behind their overhaul. Hospitals, doctors and consumer groups mounted intensifying opposition to the GOP health care drive, and Republican leaders labored to rally a divided party behind their overhaul.

Cape Coral woman arrested on sex abuse charges

A Cape Coral woman has joined her husband in jail on hundreds of charges of the sexual abuse of children. ABC7 first told you about this case last July when the woman's husband was arrested for the alleged abuse of foster and adopted children at their Cape Coral home.

Former AL couple accused of sex crimes, violence against 11 children in their care

A married couple who lived in Florence has been arrested in Cape Coral, Florida on hundred of sex crime and abuse charges involving children in their care. The Florence Police Department was notified on Wednesday that authorities in Cape Coral, Florida, had arrested Jenise Spurgeon, 52, on outstanding felony warrants with the Florence Police Department.

Florida foster parents charged with hundreds of sex crimes against children in Alabama

The charges leveled against Daniel W. Spurgeon and Jenise R. Surgeon stem from allegations of abuse sustained by their foster and adopted children when they lived in Alabama years ago, Florence police said. The allegations have been under investigation since Florida authorities contacted Florence police last July about crimes that occurred in Cape Coral.

Judge grants UNA's request for restraining order to halt...

FLORENCE, Ala. - On Tuesday, the University of North Alabama was granted a temporary order to prevent Florence City Schools from approving a bid to begin construction on the new Florence Middle School.

Drunk Florence woman hit taxi driver's head and stole cellphone, police say

A Florence woman is jailed on an accusation that she was drunk when she hit a taxi driver in the head and stole his cellphone, police said. Gina B. Oliver, 24, is charged with third-degree robbery, a Class C felony, and misdemeanor disorderly conduct.

Authorities: Mental illness, synthetic meth complicating drug enforcement

The illegal drug trade is changing, according to law enforcement officers, with mental health issues leading to repeat offenses and a shift from locally manufactured meth to synthetic meth made elsewhere. Drug agents arrested more than 35 alleged drug distributors and users in Lawrence County in February, and agencies said investigations and more arrests are imminent.

Florence Police attempting to identify burglary suspects

Police have released photos of two burglary suspects they need help identifying. Investigators believe they are responsible for multiple thefts.

Can you identify these Florence burglary suspects?

Two men accused in several east Florence break-ins were spotted on surveillance footage using a stolen credit card at a local business, police said. Florence investigators are asking for the public's help to identify the two suspects in the burglaries and stolen credit card case.

Judge: Murder defendant stood his ground, case dismissed

Relying on the state's stand-your-ground law, Lawrence County Circuit Court Mark Craig ruled the defendant in a 2014 fatal shooting is immune from prosecution. Craig made the ruling Monday afternoon and dropped the murder charge against Brian Henry Harville, 53, of Lawrence County 511.

Florence woman accused of illegally selling grandmother's Crown Victoria

A Florence woman is accused of illegally selling her elderly grandmother's 1995 Crown Victoria and forging documents for the transaction. Jennifer Hipps, 38, is accused of forging a title and bill of sale for the car that belonged to her grandmother, who is in her mid-80's, said Florence police Detective Justin Wright.

Florence gas station robbed; police need help identifying suspect

The search continues for a robbery suspect in Florence. Investigators are looking for leads which can help identify the bandit caught on surveillance video.

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