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From Sand Mountain to Normandy Beach: Boaz High School band to perform at 80th anniversary of D-Day

Boaz High School band headed for France to perform at the 80th anniversary of D-Day.

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AG Marshall: Trump appeal likely to hinge on 'open-ended' jury instructions — 'What is that other crime?'

On Friday's episode of Alabama Public Television's "Capitol Journal," Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall explained how that process could play out and on what grounds the Trump team will likely appeal.

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ALDOT's pause to I-10 project ending soon; State Sen. Elliott: 'The state of Alabama cannot afford this project alone'

State Sen. Chris Elliott (R-Josephine) says the state needs to think creatively about the Interstate 10 Mobile River Bridge and Bayway project and maybe consider cutting costs so something can be done.

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‘It’s time for churches to take a stand’: Faith leaders respond to aggressive Pride Month push

Some Alabama churches are responding to Pride Month this year. Traditionally, churches across the state have not given much energy to LGBTQ celebrations. However, this year, more Christian events are planned to celebrate another kind of love: the love of Christ.

Jayden Green Alabama News
'God has truly blessed me': Kidney recipient thankful after five year fight for survival

The son of a Birmingham Police detective is thanking God after receiving a life-saving kidney transplant.

Gary Palmer Alabama News
'Political assassination': Palmer warns U.S. becoming a 'banana republic' after Trump verdict

Count U.S. Rep. Gary Palmer (R-Hoover) among those who disapprove of the 34-count guilty verdict rendered in a Manhattan court against former President Donald Trump last week.

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Run, Ride & Rumble to raise funds and awareness for PTSD treatment

The 5k, road cycling (45, 23, or 6 miles) and 1.5-hour motorcycle ride will begin at Cahaba Brewing at 7 a.m.

Steve Marshall Alabama News
AG Marshall: Bad laws in other states pushed by Biden administration can impact Alabama

Marshall recently joined or helped lead multiple lawsuits against the Biden administration for issues such as energy policy and First Amendment rights — issues that could eventually impact Alabama if allowed to infect other areas unimpeded.

Brett Easterbrook Alabama News
'I will NEVER go back to New York': Alabama State Rep. swears off Empire State after Trump verdict

State Rep. Brett Easterbrook (R-Fruitdale) is voting with his pocketbook to protest former President Donald Trump's 34-count guilty verdict rendered in a Manhattan New York State courtroom last week.

Mike Guzman Alabama News
Former Hewitt-Trussville band director reportedly commits suicide after allegations of relationship with former student

A former band director at Hewitt-Trussville High School, committed suicide Friday, according to multiple reports.

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Barry Moore: 'I am calling for an insurrection in a way that I want people to drop to their knees and seek the Creator of the universe to save this country'

During an appearance on Mobile radio FM Talk 106.5's "The Jeff Poor Show" on Friday, Moore dismissed any accusation that his tweet of the flag had anything to do with AL(dot)com reporter Howard Koplowitz's idea of insurrection.

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Gulf Coast EMA officials say ‘Be Prepared’ for hurricane season; Offer alert and prep information

The Baldwin County EMA said it is important for residents to be prepared.

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Alabama Supreme Court stops special investigation into embattled Mabel Amos Trust Fund

The Supreme Court of Alabama canceled a court-ordered investigation by a special master and CPA on Friday into alleged self-dealing among trustees overseeing a scholarship fund for needy children created by former Alabama Secretary of State Mabel Amos.

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Britt blasts Trump verdict — 'We have to say enough is enough'

U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) did not mince words when bashing the Biden administration for its reaction to the “Incredibly flimsy case with no merit” that led to the recent conviction of former President Donald Trump.

Dept. of Corrections Commissioner John Hamm Alabama News
ADOC commissioner John Hamm credits new lethal injection protocols for Thursday's 'smooth' execution

Alabama Department of Corrections commissioner John Hamm praised the state’s revamping of its lethal injection protocols after the successful lethal injection execution of Jamie Ray Mills.

Tuberville Lee Alabama News
Tuberville, other GOP U.S. Senators defiant in wake of Trump verdict — 'We are unwilling to aid and abet this White House'

Friday, U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) joined a pledge to no longer cooperate with the Biden administration in what they deemed a "project to tear this country apart."

steve marshall Alabama News
AG Marshall challenges Biden’s HHS rule allowing taxpayer funds to be used for transgender surgeries

Attorney General Steve Marshall and 14 state attorneys general filed a lawsuit on Thursday against a new rule by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that redefines the Affordable Care Act’s prohibition against discrimination to include gender identity.  

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Alabama Supreme Court upholds dismissal of UMC disaffiliation lawsuit brought by 48 Methodist churches

The Alabama Supreme Court unanimously upheld a lower court’s dismissal of a lawsuit brought by 48 Methodist Churches across Alabama against the United Methodist Church on Friday.

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ALGOP chairman John Wahl on Trump trial: 'We will see this verdict overturned'

Former President Donald Trump faces an uncertain future following his guilty verdict in New York, but Alabama GOP chairman John Wahl is confident the American people will see through the “injustice” and that the verdict will ultimately be overturned.

David Bronner Alabama News
RSA’s Bronner asks retirees to ‘encourage’ Ivey to call special session on gambling

Debate over various gambling proposals took place throughout the 2024 legislative without any gambling legislation passing both chambers.

In His Image Alabama News
Movie at First Baptist Fairhope to offer clarity to 'confused culture' ahead of Pride Festival

First Baptist Fairhope is offering a viewing of the movie “In His Image” Friday evening to offer clarity on confusing social issues including transgender and gender ideologies.

John Hamm Alabama News
Convicted double-murderer Jamie Mills executed by lethal injection – 'I love you all, Carry on'

The Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) successfully carried out the lethal injection execution of convicted double-murderer Jamie Ray Mills Thursday evening after a slew of failed appeals in the weeks preceding his death.

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Trump convicted of 34 felonies in hush-money trial — ‘A very dark day in American history’

A sentencing hearing has been set for July 11.

Shawn Fain Alabama News
Right-to-work group labels UAW president Shawn Fain ‘America’s latest election denier’

The Center for Union Facts slammed United Auto Workers president Shawn Fain as “America’s latest election denier” in a full-page ad in the New York Times on Thursday.

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Katie Britt: The left is 'now effectively doing' the Iranian Ayatollah's work for him

During a Thursday interview on Huntsville WVNN radio's "The Dale Jackson Show," U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) accused the left of "effectively doing Iran's work for them."

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Record boating under the influence arrests on Memorial Day weekend; Six traffic fatalities, one boating fatality, ALEA says

Troopers investigated six traffic fatalities and one boating fatality.

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Alabama students dominate Eastern National Archery Tournament

Archery bullseye for Alabama students. Three school teams from Alabama and six individual archers placed in the top 10. One perfect score.

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