Eleven dogs are being trained at the Auburn University Canine Detection Training Center at McClellan. The Labs are learning the Auburn-patented vapor-wake training, which means they’ll be able to smell a plume of scent left by an explosive device that is worn or carried.
911 board makes no call on 800 megahertz radio acquisition Mike Fincher, who serves as 911 board chairman and is a member of the Communications Systems board, said Thursday that if the 800 MHz radio system isn’t updated in the next few years it will be useless. “There are some replacement parts of our radio system that aren’t manufactured anymore,” Fincher said.
The body of Nick Bower, the man missing from the Talladega Superspeedway since May 4, was discovered in a creek about a mile and a half from the track this morning, according to the Talladega County Coroner’s Office.