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Recapture
Escaped Decatur inmate recaptured

An inmate who escaped from a Decatur facility has been apprehended in South Carolina.

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Lawmakers, law enforcement address school safety, armed teachers

Guns in schools continue to be a part of the national conversation in light of the recent school shooting in Uvalde, Texas.

ULTRASOUND BABY ABORTION BIRTH
Jefferson Co. District Attorney pledges not to prosecute violations of Alabama abortion laws

A Jefferson County District Attorney has put his name on a joint letter, stating that he will not enforce the state’s abortion laws on the books.

Phillip Shane Bradford from Jefferson County Sheriffs Office
Alabama man accused of stealing ambulance to escape custody arrested in Arizona

Arizona Marshalls have confirmed the arrest of an Alabama man who overpowered a deputy and stole an ambulance on June 22.

ULTRASOUND BABY ABORTION BIRTH
AG Marshall gives updates on Alabama's abortion law

Attorney General (AG) Steve Marshall continues to offer elucidation on Alabama’s abortion law that took effect after the Supreme Court overturned Roe V. Wade.

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Former Alabama nursing home administrator sentenced for stealing over $50k from residents

Attorney General Steve Marshall has announced the conviction and sentencing of Paige Taylor Smith for theft from residents of a Shelby Co.and Montgomery Co. nursing home while she was employed as a business office manager at the facilities. 

Morning After
Morning after pills not covered in abortion ban, says AG's office

The Alabama Attorney General’s (AG) office has stated that emergency contraceptives, commonly called “morning-after pills,” are not covered in the state’s recent abortion ban.

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Can Alabama's power grid handle more electric vehicles?

Gas prices continue to skyrocket, causing many to consider electric vehicles (EVs) as a viable alternative of transportation and leaving others to wonder if the state's power grid can handle the additional load.

PRO-LIFE ABORTION PROTEST
Alabama pro-life and pro-choice advocates react to SCOTUS decision

Pro-life and pro-choice advocates in the state are giving their reactions to Friday’s historic decision by the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS).

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Alabama Snake Removers strive to educate, assist the public.

Whether found in the forests of Alabama or the halls of Washington D.C, people seem to have a natural aversion to snakes.

Groundbreaking
Groundbreaking ceremony held for 683-acre industrial park in Macon County

On Wednesday, Gov. Kay Ivey attended a groundbreaking ceremony for an upcoming industrial park coming to Macon County.

Saint Stephen’s Episcopal Church
Alabama group offers church security training in light of recent shooting

Churches across the state are looking to heighten their security in light of the recent shooting in Vestavia Hills

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Alabama Department of Public Health releases guidelines for vaccinating Infants and toddlers

The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) has announced official guidelines for vaccinating infants and toddlers.

Vaccine
Alabama to order COVID vaccines for kids, Concerned Doctors group warn of dangers

The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) has announced plans to follow federal guidelines in allowing COVID-19 vaccinations for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers.

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Walmart removes MyPillow from shelves, Lindell continues election fraud claims

MyPillow founder Mike Lindell has announced that Walmart would be removing all MyPillow products from its shelves.

SBC
Candidates and attendees recap SBC annual convention

The Southern Baptist Convention concluded last week after a contentious week filled with controversy.

Church Shooting
Vestavia church shooting: what we know

New details are emerging regarding the deadly church shooting that took place at St. Stephens Episcopal Church in Vestavia Hills.

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Craig Monger talks the Vestavia Hills church shooting on Rightside Radio with Phil Williams

Craig Monger talks the Vestavia Hills church shooting on Rightside Radio with Phil Williams.

Graduation GRADUATE COLLEGE
Alabama striving to keep graduates in state workforce

The state is putting its best foot forward to address the continued issues in retaining students who graduate from Alabama universities.

BBQ
Gadsden to host worldwide barbeque competition

Gadsden, Alabama will play host to an annual world barbeque competition.

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BREAKING: Vestavia Hills police announce church shooting, multiple shot, suspect in custody

Vestavia Hills Police Department has announced the arrest of a suspected church shooter at a local Episcopal church, with multiple gunshot victims reported.  

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Man found guilty of leaving flower boxes on late fiancee's grave arrested for DUI

The man arrested and found guilty for repeatedly placing objects on his late fiancée’s grave has been arrested and charged with driving under the influence (DUI).

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Alabama to see second execution of the year

The Alabama Supreme Court has scheduled the state’s second execution of the year for a man convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend after breaking into her home.

DRUG  DRUGS NEEDLE HEROIN FENTANYL DOPE SYRINGE
Bill introduced to designate fentanyl as weapon of mass destruction

U.S Rep. Barry Moore (AL-2)  has put his name on a bill that would classify fentanyl as a weapon of mass destruction (WMD).

Birmingham CITY
Birmingham residents facing massive increase in rent costs

Birmingham residents have seen a shocking increase in the cost of living, especially renters.

PRISON BARS BY Max Kleinen 2
Authorities looking for escaped Escambia County inmate

The Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) is currently searching for an inmate who escaped an Atmore prison.

Justice COURT LEGAL LADY JUSTICE
AG Marshall announces sentencing of St. Clair Co. man in child abuse case

Attorney General Steve Marshall announced the sentencing of a St. Clair Co. man for sex crimes against a child.

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