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USDA announces the Biden Administration’s framework for transforming the food system

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced on Wednesday details of the Biden administration’s plan for a framework to transform the food system.

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Saban on feud with Fisher: 'I have no problem with Jimbo'

Alabama coach Nick Saban tried to put an end to his feud with Texas A&M's Jimbo Fisher on Tuesday as Southeastern Conference leaders gathered for spring meetings at a resort on the Florida Gulf Coast.

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Retired Mobile pastor falsely tied to SBC abuser list by local news outlet

Retired Mobile pastor Charles Brown, 79, has found himself navigating a situation he never anticipated — clearing his name for someone else’s misconduct.

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Katie Britt credits 67-county strategy for rural dominance in GOP primary

Last week, Republican U.S. Senate hopeful Katie Britt dominated the map by winning 62 of Alabama's 67 counties in the GOP primary.

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Tuberville defends Title IX sports

“Any such weakening of current Title IX protections would amount to a reversal of 50 years of progress for women and girls in sports and an offense to every woman who has ever benefited from the enactment of the law," said Tuberville.

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Crews searching for body of man who drowned on Smith Lake

Search crews are working to recover the body of a Good Hope man who drowned in Smith Lake on Memorial Day, law enforcement officials said.

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Multiple government agencies partnered with various LGBTQ+ orgs

More Government entities are supporting LGBTQ+ corporations, even those who market books on being transgender and non-binary to kids as young as five.

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Provisional ballot counting leads to one-vote lead in State Senate District 27 race

Political watchers figured the contest for the Republican nomination in State Senate District 27 to be competitive, but as it stands now, it will be one of the more bizarre state senate contests in Alabama political history.

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Mobile Police still looking for three children

The Mobile Police Department is asking for the public's assistance in locating three children: Layla Grace Fiero, 5, Brenn May Forrister, 7 months, and Gunnar Ray Forrister, 7 months.

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Volunteers undergo sex-trafficking training ahead of The World Games in Alabama

The highly-anticipated world games starts in less than six weeks and it's expected to bring thousands of people from over 100 countries into the Birmingham-metro. With that kind of influx, sex-trafficking is a concern for those in charge.

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Alabama Secretary of State says Mike Lindell has no credibility

Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill (R) told the 1819 News that Mike Lindell has no credibility after Lindell questioned the integrity of the May 24 primary results in Alabama and claimed that Blanchard and Ivey should be in a runoff.

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State Farm tries to backpedal after transgender book backlash

After backlash, the insurance powerhouse State Farm has ended its partnership with an organization distributing LGBTQ+ books to schools, libraries, and community centers.

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Shelby says Biden military funding request fails to keep pace with inflation

Last week, U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby (R-Tuscaloosa) dinged the Biden administration for its Navy and Marine Corps funding request during a Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Defense hearing.

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Woman rams semi-truck into mobile home after 'domestic argument'

The Piedmont Police Department released few details after a Memorial Day domestic incident that ended with a semi-truck crashed into a mobile home.

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Tuberville honors Alabamians who died for our freedom for Memorial Day

Senator Tommy Tuberville spoke on those Alabamians who have died in service to their country.

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Birmingham VA nurses facing reassignment, termination warn of critical shortages

As many as 50 nurses at the Birmingham VA (Veterans’ Affairs) Hospital say their request for religious or medical exemptions to COVID vaccines has gone unrecognized, and as a result, they are being threatened with disciplinary action, reassignment or even termination.

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Senate Majority leader Scofield says bolstering school safety, enhancing mental health should be considered in wake of Uvalde shooting

During an appearance on Alabama Public Television's "Capitol Journal," State Senate Majority Leader Clay Scofield (R-Guntersville) named two areas the Alabama Legislature could consider: school safety and mental health in the wake of the Uvalde, Texas shooting.

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USFL Roundup: Fake punt sparks Birmingham in playoff-clinching win

The Birmingham Stallions remained undefeated with a 26-16 comeback victory over the Pittsburgh Maulers on Sunday at Protective Stadium. With the win, the Stallions clinched the second USFL playoff spot.

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Mo Brooks says 'moral values' decline, single-parent households tied to Texas shooting

In terms of exposure, U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks' (R-Huntsville) appearance on "Fox News Sunday" was important for his U.S. Senate campaign.

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AG Marshall announces conviction of former Birmingham building inspector on felony ethics charges

AG Steve Marshall announced that Birmingham building inspector Donald Edward Stoves was found guilty by a Birmingham jury of accepting cash bribes to approve a building inspection for an adult entertainment club.

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Aderholt warns that the U.S. Military is dependent on China for critical minerals

Sec. of Defense Lloyd Austin Congressman Robert Aderholt that the Department of Defense is very concerned about the U.S. having sufficient critical minerals to maintain the military-industrial base to support a war effort given that the U.S. is reliant on China and Russia for these resources.

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Biden Administration announces $32 million to fund wood innovations and community wood grants

“Removing hazardous trees that would otherwise threaten wildfire-prone communities and having rural, forest-based economies turn those materials into renewable building and energy products, stand as examples of how a clean energy economy is within reach,” said Sec. Vilsack.

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Police searching for two missing infants in Mobile

Police searching for two missing infants in Mobile. Brenn May Forrister and Gunnar Ray Forrister were last seen on Wednesday in the Cottage Hill Road area of Mobile. The seven month old White boy and girl are believed to be with their mother CiCi Forrister and are possibly traveling in a silver 200 Oldsmobile Silhouette with no tag.

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5 things to do in Alabama on Memorial Day 2022

Memorial Day is Monday, May 30. Memorial Day is a federal holiday observed on the last Monday of May. Created in 1868, Memorial Day is meant to honor and mourn those who have died in service of the United States Military. Here is a look at five events around the state that will take place this Monday:

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Memorial Day Weekend begins ALEA's '101 Days of Safety"

On Memorial Day weekend, the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) is kicking off 101 days of safety throughout the summer.

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Lawyer will seek to move trial of Alabama jail escapee

A lawyer for an Alabama inmate who was the subject of a national manhunt after escaping with the apparent help of a jail official, said he will ask to move his trial to another city.

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6 shot after Anniston graduation party

A graduation party in Anniston with over 150 attendees was struck with gunfire early Friday morning.

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