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Fentanyl Alabama News
Overdoses overwhelm law enforcement — 'Enough fentanyl off Birmingham streets in 2022 to kill the entire state population of Alabama'

The Department of Homeland Security seized enough fentanyl off of Birmingham streets in 2022 to kill the entire state population of Alabama. Think about that for a minute.

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Deep freeze threatens Selma water supply — 'THIS IS AN EMERGENCY! We must stop as many leaks as possible or we will run out of water'

Selma Mayor James Perkins declared a local state of emergency late Sunday, warning of the possibility the city could run out of water.

WS Neal Middle School Alabama News
These W.S. Neal Middle School teachers are true 'Jingle Belles'

Recently at a Veterans Day ceremony held at W.S. Neal Middle School in East Brewton, a group of sixth graders took to the stage and entertained the crowd with a perfect rendition of “America the Beautiful.”

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Groundbreaking for Blanket Fort Hope Children’s Home signals beginning of life-saving hope for trafficking survivors

This Christmas, children who have survived sex trafficking can have more hope thanks to a non-profit in Shelby County.

Jim Hicks Alabama News
Watch: KwikLetter creator Jim Hicks discusses app that allows users to send letters to government officials from phone

KwikLetter is an app that allows citizens to deliver printed letters to their public representatives right from their phones.

Montgomery Alabama News
Montgomery on Forbes top 10 list of most affordable cities to buy a home

Montgomery made a Forbes list as the 8th best metropolitan city to buy a home, amongst other cities that have experienced population decline in recent years.

Eunie Smith Alabama News
Political powerhouse for over 50 years continues to impact policy through activism and true love of country and state

It was during a study group in the late 1960s that a newlywed couple had an experience that would change both of their lives and the future of Alabama. Albert Lee and Eunie Smith had only been married a year and for the most part, was an average, young couple, going about their days enjoying life and each other.

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Alabama Supreme Court sides with Baldwin County in dispute with Gulf Shores over one-cent sales tax

The Alabama Supreme Court affirmed the dismissal of a lawsuit filed by Gulf Shores City Schools (GSCS) asking for a share of a one-cent sales tax that goes to schools in Baldwin County.

Krysten Caddel Alabama News
NPR report finds Matrix paid ABC News reporter to use credentials to give unfavorable coverage to Florida foes

Less than a week after NPR claimed to discover financial connections between a consulting firm representing two Southern power companies and several statewide media outlets, a further report claims there are ties between the same firm and a reporter with ABC News.

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Gov. Kay Ivey visits two Alabama prisons amid continued ADOC drama

Governor Kay Ivey spent the earlier part of the week visiting two Alabama Prisons to demonstrate her appreciation and support for correctional officers and support staff.

Limestone Alabama News
Some inmates at Limestone Correctional facility go without heat, extra blankets as cold front moves in

Some inmates in Limestone Correctional Facility are reportedly enduring the Christmas season without heat or additional blankets.

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Birmingham Water Works to resume stoppage policy in February, urges customers to bring accounts current

After a year of billing issues and public outrage, the Birmingham Water Works will resume cutting off water to delinquent customers in February, the utility announced on Wednesday.

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106 years ago today: Alabama’s blind golfing legend Charley Boswell born in Birmingham

On an autumn day in 1970, former Crimson Tide football player and World War II veteran Charley Boswell miraculously scored a hole-in-one on the 17th course of the Vestavia Country Club. It just so happens that Boswell was blind.

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Hard freeze tonight across Alabama; Flurries, wintry mix possible in northern part of the state

The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued several warnings, watches and advisories across the state of Alabama ahead of an arctic blast that is expected to bring along a hard freeze and strong winds Thursday evening.

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'Prisoner of Love': Movie about Casey White's and Vicky White’s escape from Alabama prison premieres on Tubi

The story of the prison break and consecutive nationwide manhunt for convicted murderer Casey White now has its first cinematic rendition less than a year after the incident.

Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed Alabama News
Montgomery Mayor Reed plays race card in ARPA funding dispute — 'Seems like there are some things that happen now that we’ve got a black mayor'

Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed lashed out at city council members Tuesday night claiming their proposal to split federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding was an attempt to "strip" and "gut" his authority and was possibly racially motivated.

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Homeless man sleeping in Huntsville dumpster saved after garbage truck pickup

A homeless man sleeping inside a dumpster got a rude awakening Monday when a garbage collection truck came around.

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Blount County Circuit Judge suspended over allegations of judicial ethics violations

Blount County Circuit Judge Steven D. King has been suspended from the bench over allegations he violated the canons of judicial ethics.

Paul Lee, Terri Collins Alabama News
State Reps. Terri Collins, Paul Lee retain chairmanships in Ledbetter's final round of announcements

House Speaker-designate Nathaniel Ledbetter (R-Rainsville) has announced his final round of committee leadership appointments.

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Madison City Council votes against medical marijuana dispensaries — 'If you want it, you can drive to Huntsville'

Unlike neighboring cities, the Madison City Council voted down an ordinance on Monday that would have allowed medical cannabis dispensaries to operate within its city limits.

Daphne High School Alabama News
Daphne special school tax increase set to go into effect in Jan. 1

Property owners in Daphne will soon be paying more taxes after voters approved a special school tax last August.

Photo from Randall Woodfins Facebook post Alabama News
Birmingham Mayor Woodfin addresses city’s near record-setting 140th homicide, pushes to ‘prevent the sale, access and ease’ of guns

In a press conference on Wednesday morning, Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin addressed the latest life lost in the city, which has seen near record-breaking levels of violent crime this year.

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$6 million from DOJ going to Alabama public agencies, private nonprofits to aid victims of violent crime

Almost $6 million from the U.S. Department of Justice will go to several public and private organizations in Alabama to provide services for victims of violent crime.

JONATHAN BARBEE Alabama News
Former Jefferson County Constable Jonathan Barbee arrested on ethics and tax charges

A former Jefferson County constable has been accused of evading taxes and using his position to pay family members.

Eric Mackey Alabama News
State Superintendent Eric Mackey recommends schools ban TikTok

State Superintendent Eric Mackey issued a recommendation last week that schools fall in line with Gov. Kay Ivey’s mandate to ban TikTok from state devices and block access on campus.

Alabama Veterans Alex Drueke and Andy Huynh Alabama News
ALGOP starts GoFundMe to relieve financial burden on family of Alabama veterans captured by Russian forces in June

The Alabama Republican Party (ALGOP) has started a GoFundMe to help ease the financial burden on the families of the now-released Alabama men captured by Russian forces in June.  

Daniel Navarro Alabama News
Culinary teacher accused of having sexual contact with student in Baldwin County

The Robertsdale Police Department announced the arrest of a teacher following a lengthy investigation into possible sexual contact between the suspect and a student.

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