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Phenix City police need your help solving the city's first murder of the year. Early Sunday, police found the body of 35-year-old Timothy Turman at a home on Dillingham street.
Columbus' police chief now says arrests will be made in the rape investigation underway at Spencer High School. No one has been charged yet, but a 14-year-old student alleges she was raped by several male students in a weight room Friday.
A public hearing just started at the Russell County courthouse over a controversial proposed landfill coming to Phenix City. Critics have environmental concerns, with it being so close to the Chattahoochee River. A final decision could be made on Wednesday.
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