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Christmas drag show in Albertville sparks controversy, protests — 'It’s pure perversion'

An upcoming drag show in Albertville is causing a stir among the local community with some residents supporting the event while others hope to prevent it from happening.

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For three straight nights, you can see ‘full moon,’ November 26-28

This weekend, people in Alabama will be able to see three straight nights of full moons.

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The rest is history: Handley High School teacher digging deep to teach

History class isn’t for everyone. Learning about things that happened thousands of years ago can be quite daunting for those who are more concerned about being present and enjoying life as it is. However, one east Alabama teacher is making learning great again and is going deep with her students … literally.

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State troopers out in full force this weekend

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency announced an increased presence throughout the upcoming weekend. With the Iron Bowl and holiday travelers, millions will be on Alabama’s roads this weekend.

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Made in Alabama: Christmas gift guide

What better way to celebrate Christmas than to give back to the hardworking people of Alabama? This year, consider purchasing homegrown gifts from Alabama companies.

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‘Here’s to another Iron Bowl’ Gov. Kay Ivey gives message on eve of Alabama, Auburn clash

Governor Kay Ivey made a public announcement on the eve of the Iron Bowl, previewing the game and announcing her unwavering support for her alma mater.  

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Birmingham city councilman once promising investigation into October’s council president election now silent

Last month, Birmingham City Councilman Clinton Woods told the media that he planned to bring an investigation into the election of the council president before the council in the coming weeks. 

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Planning for Sweet Trails Alabama system begins

State and local officials have begun planning a possible Sweet Trails Alabama system that would eventually connect all 67 counties.

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Watch: Anthony Daniels releases first TV ad in District 2 contest

On Wednesday, U.S. House District 2 candidate State House Minority Leader Anthony Daniels (D-Huntsville) released his first media advertisement entitled “Seeds.”

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Poll finds stuffing Alabama’s favorite Thanksgiving leftover dish

A recent poll asked Americans about their favorite leftover dish after Thanksgiving. Among Alabamians, the most popular dish was stuffing.

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Aderholt details appropriations committee slashing FBI funding over allegations of civilian targeting

U.S. Rep. Robert Aderholt (R-Haleyville) recently detailed how lawmakers are using the appropriations process to curb the Biden administration’s alleged abuse of federal law enforcement authority.

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Republican presidential debate at UA will compete with distractions

The Republican presidential debate on December 6 at the University of Alabama will face distractions and competition for attention.

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10 ways to give in Alabama this Thanksgiving

There is no lack of charitable organizations in Alabama to put the “giving” in “Thanksgiving” this holiday season.

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Two at Andy Griffith’s Thanksgiving table were from Alabama — Can you answer these questions about them?

Two at Andy Griffith's Thanksgiving table are from the state of Alabama. Let’s see how many of you Alabama folk can answer all of these questions:

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Birmingham family thankful for embryo adoption — 'How sweet God has been'

This Thanksgiving, one Alabama family is especially grateful after receiving two little gifts from God almost a year ago. Dalton and Mary Elizabeth Miller were born on one of the coldest days in Alabama history: December 23, 2022.

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Ivey removes library board member Virginia Doyle after criticism of governor, legislature for threats to state funding

Governor Kay Ivey on Tuesday removed Alabama Public Library Service board member Virginia Doyle after Doyle questioned Ivey and lawmakers’ suggestions to cut library funding depending on APLS’s policy and procedures regarding sexually explicit library books.

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Reports: Secret Service appear at next RNC debate venue in Tuscaloosa ahead of possible Trump appearance

Will former President Donald Trump be attending the next RNC debate in Alabama in December?

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City of Montgomery changing supplemental health insurance administrative company for retirees in 2024

The administrator managing the City of Montgomery’s supplemental health insurance program for retired Medicare-eligible employees is changing next year. 

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Huntsville Airport working to improve travel this holiday season

Be sure to arrive at the airport early this holiday season.

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Fmr U.S. Sen. Doug Jones: Thanksgiving price increases ‘thanks to Republicans in Congress,’ not ‘Bidenomics’

Former U.S. Sen. Doug Jones (D-Mountain Brook) quoted a Tweet by U.S. Rep. Jerry Carl (R-Mobile) to argue that Thanksgiving meal price increases are not due to President Joe Biden’s policies but rather the Republicans in Washington, D.C.

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Ladd-Peebles event producer claims 'manipulation,' 'incompetence' could lead to canceled Battle of the Bands

A producer of special events came to Mobile Tuesday to address the council after he said he has been dealing with incompetence and manipulation with the management of Ladd-Peebles Stadium.

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Bidenomics causing a kitchen table crisis with 25% cost increase this Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is this Thursday, and families across the U.S. are already getting a taste of how much the cost to feed their family has increased under the Biden administration.

Birmingham-Southern Alabama News
City Council’s $5 million Birmingham-Southern College loan plan advances

A plan to loan Birmingham-Southern College (BSC) $5 million in city funds in an attempt to keep the school open passed a Birmingham City Council committee on Tuesday.

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Birmingham city councilwoman ‘at a loss of words’ over shootings in Five Points South neighborhood, asks mayor for help

At Tuesday’s meeting of the Birmingham City Council, councilwoman Crystal Smitherman told Mayor Randall Woodfin she was “at a loss of words” in response to recent shootings in the Five Points South neighborhood, one of which she said happened last weekend.

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Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals decision could have implications for Alabama's congressional map

The U.S. 8th Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled that private litigants can no longer bring lawsuits claiming violation of section two of the Voting Rights Act.

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Ivey declares Wednesday Operation Iron Ruck Day in support of veteran suicide awareness march

Governor Kay Ivey recently signed a proclamation declaring Wednesday as Operation Iron Ruck Day in honor of the veteran suicide awareness march from the University of Alabama to Auburn University.

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Mobile bridge to be dedicated to runner killed in head-on collision

Victor Birch was well-known in the Mobile running community. He was known to run in marathons and triathlons. However, Birch’s life was taken in a tragic crash in September of 2022 when another vehicle sped over the center line and hit Birch’s vehicle head-on.

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