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Ashley Carter: Watching our grandson learn to raise chickens

Being able to watch Parker learn to raise chickens has been a joyous journey filled with laughter, learning, lots of patience and much love.

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Biden photo-op cancels Jacksonville State University band's D-Day performance in France - ‘They deserved better from our President’

The Jacksonville State University (JSU) Marching Southerners and the Boaz High School Marching Pirates traveled overseas this week for the 80th commemoration of D-Day in Normandy, France on Thursday.

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Sean of the South: Little sister

My sister and I grew up hard. It wasn’t the kind of childhood depicted in Hallmark Channel movies.

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Ham radio operators nationwide to participate in 'Field Days' June 22-23

Amateur radio operators, better known as ham radio operators, will take their equipment and hit the road for the annual ARRL field days on June 22 and 23.

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Outdoors with Jay takes 'wild' show on the road at only 13 years old

A 13-year-old Baldwin County boy has "wild" ambitions that he is making a reality.

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State Rep. Whitt blames Senate for gambling failure — 'The only thing more dangerous than ignorance is arrogance'

State Rep. Andy Whitt (R-Harvest) recently spoke on the legislature’s failure to advance a comprehensive gambling package, expressing disappointment at the Senate for the legislation’s eventual stalling in the upper chamber.

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David Bronner says RSA to ‘hopefully’ lease new ABC Board warehouse, office

The Retirement Systems of Alabama (RSA) will likely soon enter into a lease agreement to build a new warehouse and office space for the ABC Board, according to RSA CEO David Bronner.

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Old bakery building in Foley renovated into new restaurant and bar

Downtown Foley is lined with beautiful, old buildings and now one of the oldest buildings is getting a new life.

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State Auditor Sorrell: I was debanked for political reasons — That shouldn't happen to anyone in Alabama

Over the past few years, there has been an uptick in politicized “debanking,” a tactic that the activist Wall Street crowd uses to harass, silence or blacklist individuals and organizations that don’t align with their narrow woke political agenda.

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Jennifer Oliver O’Connell: Marking the 80th anniversary of D-Day and wondering whether the current generation is capable of such greatness

The international commemoration of the 80th Anniversary of the D-Day invasion occurred in France on June 6.

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United Healthcare back in business at Infirmary Health

Patients with UnitedHealthcare (UHC) insurance once again have in-network coverage with Infirmary Health.

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Autauga County Commission responds to jail evacuation – 'We will persist to make improvements, but within the scope of the law'

The Autauga County Commission claims it is addressing the health and safety concerns in the Autauga County Jail after Sheriff Mark Harrell announced he was evacuating it due to health and safety concerns.

What’s the big deal? Miss Alabama Sara Milliken isn’t the real ‘Miss Alabama’

An Atmore woman who won a state pageant is getting a lot of attention and not in the way she probably hoped.

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Man convicted in child pornography case after 15 images found on computer

A Lauderdale County man was convicted on multiple counts of possession of child pornography and sentenced to 10 years.

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University of Alabama System Board approves tuition increases

The University of Alabama System Board of Trustees approved tuition increases ranging from 2.5% to 4% for the 2024-2025 academic year on Friday.

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Nick Treglia: The anti-foreigner sentiment sweeping the younger generation

The West is in for a major political and cultural shift spurred by policies insisted upon by Germany, the U.S., and others.

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'Take some responsibility': State Sen. Bell rips Montgomery Mayor Reed for blaming constitutional carry, legislature for city's violent crime wave

State Sen. Lance Bell (R-Pell City) recently took Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed to task for blaming the recent crime wave in Montgomery on the legislature’s actions two years ago, removing state-mandated concealed carry permits.

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Jefferson County judge recuses himself from Black Contractors’ Association lawsuit to halt amphitheater construction

Jefferson County Circuit Judge Donald Blankenship recused himself from a lawsuit filed by the Black Contractors’ Association of Alabama to stop the construction of the Birmingham Jefferson Civic Center’s open-air amphitheater.

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House Pro Tem Pringle calls for action to protect inmates: ‘The gangs are running our prisons’

Violence between inmates remains a major problem in Alabama Department of Corrections prisons across the state.

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AHSAA names Heath Harmon new executive director

The Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) named Oxford High School principal Heath Harmon their new executive director on Thursday.

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Rick Manning: Sue New York — An open letter to state attorneys general

State Attorneys General have a duty to sue the city and state of New York, which rewrote federal election and state business records law to interfere with the 2024 election.

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Marshall, 20 AGs demand American Bar Association end diversity requirements for law schools

Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall and 20 state attorneys general sent a letter to the American Bar Association on Thursday demanding the group immediately stop requiring law schools, as part of the accreditation process, to treat students and faculty differently based on race.

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‘She is going to win that race’: Powerhouse PAC known for turning Democrat districts red supporting Caroleene Dobson for AL-2

One of the nation’s most proven political action committees is putting its support and influence behind Alabama's Caroleene Dobson, according to a recent report from the National Journal.

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Birmingham PD confirms Family Court building shot into; One injured by shattered glass

The Birmingham Police Department is investigating after someone shot into the Family Court building at 120 2nd Court North in downtown.

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Autauga County Sheriff Mark Harrell evacuates jail over health and safety concerns

Autauga County Sheriff Mark Harrell has announced his plans to evacuate the county jail due to a "moral obligation" to the health and safety of all who enter or reside there.

Judge sets fifth court date for ALDOT director’s criminal charge

Once again, the trial of Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) Director John Cooper has been pushed back.

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Tuberville doubles down on Trump support: 'I’m not going to just stand by while they run our country in the ground'

U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) is not backing down from his support for former president Donald Trump in the wake of his recent New York felony convictions while promising to block Biden appointments and "any Democrat bills designed to tear our country apart."

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