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Birmingham mayor vacates assistant police chief and deputy police chief positions

Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin removed two members of Police Chief Scott Thurmond’s command staff. According to reports, the positions of assistant police chief and deputy chief were vacated.

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Ivey appoints J. Scott Brewer to Talladega County District Judge

On Monday, Gov. Kay Ivey announced J. Scott Brewer had been appointed as District Judge in Talladega County.

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AG Marshall celebrates two-year anniversary of Roe V. Wade's death — 'Life is winning in Alabama'

Attorney General Steve Marshall recently celebrated the “countless lives saved” from abortion after the state was able to implement its hefty restrictions on abortion since the overturning of Roe V. Wade two years ago today.

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Miles College signs letter of intent to acquire Birmingham-Southern College campus

Miles College in Birmingham has reportedly signed a letter of intent to purchase Birmingham-Southern College, which closed on May 31 after legislation to give the financially distressed college a $30 million loan failed to garner enough support in the Alabama House.

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Satsuma Police Department accuses National Police Association of ‘fear mongering’ for donations

The National Police Association, a nationwide non-profit that advocates for law enforcement, is accused of fear-mongering and using political controversies to collect donations.

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Farmer in legal fight with Alabama Farm Credit details government scheme to force out family farms on 'RFK Jr. Podcast'

Whether bullied by big industry, restrictive government policies, or foreign interests buying up land, many feel the American farmer and the nation’s food supply are under attack.

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Republican activist David Black dies Saturday in Shoals

Former Colbert County Commissioner David Black died Saturday in the Shoals.

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ATF, FBI assisting in investigation of massive Montgomery shootout that injured at least 13

At a Sunday evening press conference, Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed joined members of local, state and federal law enforcement to address a shooting that injured at least 13 earlier that day.

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68 Ventures seeking 'equal justice' in going forward with state lawsuit against City of Fairhope

68 Ventures' federal lawsuit against the City of Fairhope has been dismissed, but the threat of state proceedings remains.

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Gadsden newsman, political leader, Harry ‘Shug’ Butler dies

Gadsden leader Harry 'Shug' Butler died Sunday. He was the father of State Rep. Mack Butler.

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Phil Williams: Eyes everywhere

Invasive technology sounds really cool until some bureaucrat realizes that they can use it for their agenda.

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At least 13 injured in Sunday morning mass shooting in Montgomery (Video)

At least nine people were shot, and at least another four were injured in a massive Sunday morning shooting in Montgomery.

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‘Save Our U.S. House’ citizens project registering voters in Alabama's second congressional district

Citizens' group "Save Our U.S. House" is registering new voters and pushing turnout in contested Alabama congressional district AL2.

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Alabama legislators rally to defeat Mississippi counterparts in 10-inning charity softball game

Despite jumping out to a four-run lead in the first inning, an Alabama squad of lawmakers had to rally late to defeat a team of members from the Mississippi Legislure in a charity softball game on Saturday.

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Ashley Carter: Fearfully and wonderfully made

Remembering the anniversary of Roe v. Wade two years later.

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Clean Up Alabama's Hannah Rees speaks on sparking a statewide movement to rid libraries of inappropriate children's books

When Hannah Rees set out to clean up her local library of sexually inappropriate children’s books, she had no idea her bold actions would turn into a statewide movement.

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Conner Hayes: Negligence that kills — The destruction of Alabama’s most important college

The State of Alabama could not provide a loan to financially distressed Birmingham-Southern College (BSC), but they have made it clear they can buy. 

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Birmingham men who drowned in PCB identified by Bay County, Fla. Sheriff

The Bay County, Fla. Sheriff’s Office identified the three Birmingham men who drowned in Panama City Beach, Fla. Friday night.

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Three Alabama men die following desperate search in Gulf of Mexico

First responders in Panama City Beach pulled three men out of the Gulf of Mexico after receiving a call about distressed swimmers Friday night. The three men, who were from Alabama, died at local hospitals.

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Autauga County Sheriff Mark Harrell stands by jail evacuation over mold infestation, fight continues with county commission

Autauga County Sheriff Mark Harrell is still at odds with the county commission weeks after Harell evacuated the county jail until health and safety hazards, like prolific black mold, are addressed.

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The Tom Parker Collection: Foundational law volumes started in Alabama, back in Alabama after 259 years

Historic Blackstone volumes from the founding period now housed in Alabama Judicial Building.

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Second death row inmate set for nitrogen hypoxia files for protective order to avoid ‘horrific scene’

Alan Eugene Miller, an Alabama death row inmate awaiting death by nitrogen hypoxia is asking a federal court to stop the execution due to the state’s last execution by gas.

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Sean of the South: Willie Mays

The Say Hey Kid’s first season in the bigs was shaping up to be an awful one. He’d gotten no hits. He was a rookie with the worst record in the league. Period. After 26 plate appearances he’d hit the ball only once.

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Street Rod Nationals in Alabama June 28-29

Mobile's Fairgrounds hosts street rod nationals June 28-29.

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Alabama Policy Institute launches new ‘education freedom’ website for parents

The Alabama Policy Institute launched a new website dedicated to getting information to Alabama parents about the state’s new school choice law, the CHOOSE Act, on Friday.

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Coastal Alabama lawmakers want fishing laws to change during jubilees after man arrested by game warden

According to long-time residents, an Eastern Shore tradition dating back to the Civil War is no longer what it used to be because of the overzealous enforcement of Alabama law.

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Board of trustees votes to extend Alabama A&M University president Daniel Wims’ contract to 2030

In a unanimous vote at a recent meeting, the Alabama A&M University Board of Trustees voted to extend the contract of president Daniel Wims to December 31, 2030. 

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