Eduardo Medina | Editor-in-chief
Debra Hudmon, an intensive care unit nurse at East Alabama Medical Center, describes life on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic: "We'll all be different because of this."
As of the end of April, 10 Auburn University employees and 12 students have tested positive for the coronavirus, according to Fred Kam, medical director for the Auburn University Medical Clinic.
Johnston Taylor, the 17-year-old arrested in connection with the deaths of Rod and Paula Bramblett, had his bond reinstated on Wednesday.
Lee County District Attorney Brandon Hughes reported himself several months ago to the Alabama Ethics Commission after possibly violating an ethical law, and the issue is now being reviewed by the Alabama attorney general.
Severe storms are likely to occur in Lee County on Thursday afternoon from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., according to the National Weather Service. The Auburn-Opelika area is under an "enhanced risk" for severe weather, meaning tornadoes, damaging winds up to 70 mph and golf-ball-size hail are all possible.
An Auburn University faculty member has died from COVID-19 complications, according to Fred Kam, medical director for the Auburn University Medical Clinic.
The National Weather Service is expecting severe weather in Auburn on Sunday from 4 p.m. to midnight. Auburn is under a "moderate risk," meaning tornadoes, damaging winds and hail are all possible, according to the NWS.
Two suspects have been arrested for their alleged involvement in the homicide of a Phenix City woman on Friday, according to the Auburn Police Division.
The Auburn Police Division has identified the victim in the homicide investigation involving a woman who was found dead next to a burning vehicle on Friday.
Auburn City Council will discuss renaming Mike Hubbard Boulevard at its next meeting on Tuesday.