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Autauga-Prattville Public Library seeks dismissal of federal lawsuit after conforming rules with state regulations

The Autauga-Prattville Public Library board is requesting a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit brought by left-wing advocates after the library developed policies regarding the availability of sexually explicit children’s books.

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Driving through some Alabama cities with fireworks is illegal; Check local laws online

This Independence Day, many Alabamians will take part in a timeless tradition: The shooting of fireworks.

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Mobile GOP unanimously supports removal of sales tax from hearing aids

Mobile GOP voted unanimously to recommend removal of local sales tax on hearing aid purchases.

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Police arrest 18-year-old male in Montgomery triple homicide at Hispanic grocery store

The Montgomery Police Department has arrested an 18-year-old in the triple homicide at a Mexican grocery store that sent shockwaves through the community and increased the outcry for city leadership to address violent crime.

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Federal judge delays trial on Alabama’s youth transgender surgery ban pending SCOTUS decision

U.S. District Judge Liles Burke stayed a trial on Alabama’s Vulnerable Child Compassion and Protection Act on Tuesday after the Supreme Court of the United States agreed to hear a similar case involving the state of Tennessee last week.

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First two statues for sports ‘Heroes Plaza' arrive in Mobile: Hank Aaron, Satchel Paige

Statues of Hank Aaron and Satchel Paige arrived in Mobile July 2 as part of "Hall of Fame Walk."

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Brewton native, musician William Lee 'Rusty' Golden, Jr., dies at 65

William Lee Golden, Jr., known as Rusty, died July 1 at age 65. He was half of "The Goldens" from Brewton.

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Col. John Eidsmoe: Freedom ... and nothing more?

What does freedom really mean? Where does it come from? Why did our forefathers risk their lives, fortunes and sacred honor to secure it for us?

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Alabama’s Gulf Coast bringing in major revenue during busiest week of the year; Traffic concerns highlight need for infrastructure improvements

The sun is shining, and the beaches are packed along Alabama’s Gulf Coast. The draw of thousands during the Fourth of July week means more money for Baldwin County businesses and for the entire state of Alabama.

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AG Marshall: Chevron deference overturn ‘not applicable’ in fight against Biden admin's changes to Title IX — 'There’s been no ambiguity'

Alabama, along with other states, is seeking to challenge the proposed changes by the Biden administration to add definitions of gender identity to the protections provided by Title IX in federal court.

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Mayor Woodfin gives himself, Birmingham 'a bad grade' on gun violence, crime

In an interview this week on the "Urbanham News" podcast, Birmingham Mayor Woodfin voiced his frustration with crime, specifically gun violence, in his city.

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Jim Zeigler: Celebrating Independence Day 248 years ago — July 2, 1776

U.S. Independence was declared on July 2, 1776. The story carries meaning today.

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Aderholt urges return to ‘regular order’ over work from home policies for federal employees

Over four years after the start of the COVID pandemic, U.S. Rep. Robert Aderholt (R-Haleyville) wants federal employees to return to the office like most Americans.

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Fake FCC ‘agents’ attempting to extort elderly in Alabama with fake child porn claims

The Atmore Police Department is warning citizens about scammers who are attempting to blackmail the elderly using false claims.

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'Federal government has no authority to be able to dictate these policies at the state level': AG Marshall, State Rep. DuBose decry Biden's changes to Title IX

Attorney General Steve Marshall joined State Rep. Susan DuBose (R-Hoover) and Matt Sharp with the Alliance Defending Freedom at a town hall in Birmingham to discuss legislative and judicial efforts to oppose the Biden administration’s proposed changes to Title IX.

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Meteorologist Michael White out at Fox 10 in Mobile

Meteorologist Michael White is no longer with Fox10 in Mobile.

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State audit questions $848,000 in payments from Wiregrass blogger Rickey Stokes-led Cottonwood Rescue

An audit released on Friday questioned about $848,000 recent payments made by Cottonwood Rescue, a nonprofit emergency services provider serving southeast Houston County. 

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'Shomari’s home is Washington — My home is Alabama': Dobson draws contrasts with Democrat opponent in AL-2 race

AL-2 congressional candidate Caroleene Dobson spoke to Mobile County GOP, drawing contrasts with Democrat opponent Shomari Figures.

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What if Biden drops out? Dems must determine nominee by August 23 or be forced to wage write-in campaign in Alabama

As the Democratic Party faces an uncertain future following the debate between President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump, preparations are underway for a candidate change that could cause a ripple effect.

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Joey Clark: Why is there a new statue of Danny Glover in Montgomery?

I’m not sure what it is about MLK statues that invite controversy, but I suspect it has something to do with everyone’s own personal impression of the civil rights icon.  

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Atmore woman attacked by rabid fox while unloading groceries

The Alabama Department of Public Health sent a warning to the public after a woman was bitten by a fox with rabies.

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Alabama Bureau of Pardons and Paroles cancels reentry program graduation after several participants test positive for COVID-19

The Alabama Bureau of Pardons and Paroles recently canceled the Wednesday graduation at the  Paroles Parole and Probation Reentry Education and Employment Program Center, or PREP Center, located in Uniontown, after several graduates tested positive for COVID-19.

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Previously deported MS-13 gang member on El Salvador's most wanted list arrested in Alabama sentenced to two years in prison

An MS-13 member listed on El Salvador’s 100 most wanted list was recently sentenced to two years in prison after being arrested in Alabama last year.

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SCOTUS sides with Trump on absolute immunity; Alabama politicos tout decision as a ‘great victory over Biden’s weaponized government’

The Supreme Court of the United States in a 6-3 decision on Monday in Trump v. United States overruled the D.C. Circuit’s previous decision that former President Trump has no immunity from criminal prosecution. 

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Tuberville: ‘Jill Biden is really the one making the decisions physically for President Biden right now’

House Republicans began encouraging the removal of President Joe Biden from office via the 25th Amendment after Biden’s dismal debate performance last week. 

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Two Auburn roommates represent state in Miss America and Miss USA — A first?

Auburn roommates Abbie Stockard and Diane Westoven won the two state pageants and will rep the state in Miss America and Miss USA. Both from Vestavia Hills.

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Will Sellers: The Revolution of 1524

The peasant revolt was another milestone for communities desiring self-determination, limited taxation and freedom of conscience.

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