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Winter Storm Warning
...winter Storm Warning Remains In Effect Until 8 Am Est Monday... * What...heavy Mixed Precipitation. Additional Snow And Sleet Accumulations Of 1 To 6 Inches And Ice Accumulations Of Around One Tenth Of An Inch. Winds Gusting As High As 50 Mph. * Where...the Mountains Of The Carolinas And Northeast Georgia. * When...until 8 Am Est Monday. ...Read More.
Effective: January 16, 2022 at 10:13amExpires: January 17, 2022 at 8:00amTarget Area: Avery; Buncombe; Burke Mountains; Caldwell Mountains; Graham; Haywood; Henderson; Macon; Madison; McDowell Mountains; Mitchell; Northern Jackson; Polk Mountains; Rutherford Mountains; Southern Jackson; Swain; Transylvania; Yancey


Macon County Man Convicted For 2016 Killings Of His Mother And Sister

Paul Snow (jail stripes, middle) during the plea hearing in Macon County Superior Court. His lawyer, Tony Dalton to his left.

A Macon County man has pleaded guilty to the shooting deaths of his mother and sister. 54 year-old Paul Snow admitted killing Sunshine Snow and her daughter, Jacquetta. The plea deal was supported by the family of the victims. Snow pleaded guilty to two charges of second-degree murder. He also entered an Alford plea for first-degree arson in connection with the murders. An Alford plea is not an admission of guilt; rather, it’s an acknowledgment by Snow and his lawyer that there is adequate evidence for the state to gain a conviction. A judge ordered Snow to spend the next 25 years in prison. In November of 2016, the Snow home was discovered on fire. An arson dog later found both women’s bodies and an autopsy revealed that both women had been shot in the head. Snow first denied any knowledge of the crimes, claiming he was at a bar that night. Numerous witnesses came forward in later days, who testified that Snow bragged to “burn them women up in that house.” Snow’s lawyer characterized the man as an alcoholic pedophile who sexually and physically abused his own children.

Andy Rogers

Andy has worked in broadcasting around Western North Carolina over the last 17 years. He serves as the Operations Manager and Program Director for WRGC and WBHN. “I’ve been with the crew here at Five Forty Broadcasting since the idea of bringing the station back to Jackson County at 540-AM. I feel a personal connection with community radio and the area”. In the past, Andy has worked with iHeart Media and Sky Country Broadcasting. He resides in Haywood County.
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