Justin McNelley, WSFA 12 News

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Past articles by Justin:

Dothan Area Botanical Gardens Plant Sale in full bloom

The Dothan Area Botanical Gardens is holding its annual plant sale this weekend looking at helping you get your yard in tip-top shape. → Read More

Dothan cyclist wins silver in Abu Dhabi

Brandi Deese won the silver medial in the 500 meter cycling event and took home 7th in the 1000 meter. → Read More

Houston Academy hosts Community Helpers Week

From the SWAT team to the firetruck, there was something to enjoy for each student. → Read More

Rattler 250 ushering in new wave of racing talent

Harrison Burton, son of NASCAR legend Jeff Burton, will try to do the unthinkable and win back-to-back Rattlers. → Read More

Charles Henderson whipping up out of this world dishes

For the fourth straight year the Trojan Culinary Team will compete in the NASA Culinary Competition in Houston, Texas, with the winning dish getting a first-class trip to the International Space Station. → Read More

Dothan cyclist to compete in Special Olympics World Games

One Wiregrass athlete is getting the chance of a lifetime to compete in the Special Olympics World Games this week in Abu Dhabi. → Read More

Foster Fest means more customers for local businesses

Foster Fest takes place the first Friday of every month from March until September. → Read More

#SpitStrong: Bobby Spitulski’s miraculous return to Troy

On Jan. 2, 2018, then Troy freshman baseball player Bobby Spitulski and his family were traveling back home from a vacation in North Carolina when Bobby drifted off to sleep in the back of his father’s car. Four days later, he would awake at a hospital in South Carolina. → Read More

Teenagers get hands-on experience at Wiregrass WOW event

Nearly 5,000 eighth-graders will spend the next two days learning about high-demand, high-wage careers in the area. → Read More

Picture from Virginia governor’s yearbook page shows people in blackface, KKK robe

The identities of the people in the photo are not known. → Read More

Empty Bowls aimed to assist local food bank

The 7th annual Empty Bowls event in Dothan will take place this weekend with the money raised going to help the Wiregrass Area Food Bank. → Read More

Senior Bowl brings out the best upperclassmen in college football

It’s a week long job interview for the players at the 70th annual Reese’s Senior Bowl. → Read More

Troy has shot at history in Dollar General Bowl

The Troy Trojans have a chance at history next Saturday when they take on Buffalo in the 2018 Dollar General Bowl. → Read More

Luverne Tigers set sights on state title

For the Luverne Tigers, their number one goal hasn’t changed. → Read More

Assessment, cleanup underway in SE Alabama after Michael

Work is underway to assess damage, find victims who may be trapped, and rebuild. → Read More

AL girl gives up birthday party to feed the homeless

At first glance, Kayla Glover is your ordinary 8-year-old. However, once you spend some time with Kayla, you realize she’s far from ordinary. → Read More

Alzheimer’s Walk to Remember held in Dothan

For 26 years, the Alzheimer’s Resource Center has put on the Walk to Remember event aimed at assisting families dealing with the terrible disease. → Read More

Wayne Farms expansion almost complete

Wayne Farms' new expansion will bring a boost to the surrounding economy as well as create over 400 new jobs. → Read More

Slocomb Fire and Rescue receives grant for new equipment

The Slocomb Fire and Rescue Department will soon have new upgrades on the way. → Read More

Dothan duo will compete to become Sonic’s top skater

Sonic skaters Josh Tucker and Juwahski Statling are ready to show off their skills next month in Oklahoma City. The Dothan duo will be competing in the Sonic Skate-Off in August looking to be crown → Read More