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At least 13 injured in Sunday morning mass shooting in Montgomery (Video)

At least nine people were shot, and at least another four were injured in a massive Sunday morning shooting in Montgomery.

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‘Save Our U.S. House’ citizens project registering voters in Alabama's second congressional district

Citizens' group "Save Our U.S. House" is registering new voters and pushing turnout in contested Alabama congressional district AL2.

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Alabama legislators rally to defeat Mississippi counterparts in 10-inning charity softball game

Despite jumping out to a four-run lead in the first inning, an Alabama squad of lawmakers had to rally late to defeat a team of members from the Mississippi Legislure in a charity softball game on Saturday.

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Clean Up Alabama's Hannah Rees speaks on sparking a statewide movement to rid libraries of inappropriate children's books

When Hannah Rees set out to clean up her local library of sexually inappropriate children’s books, she had no idea her bold actions would turn into a statewide movement.

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Birmingham men who drowned in PCB identified by Bay County, Fla. Sheriff

The Bay County, Fla. Sheriff’s Office identified the three Birmingham men who drowned in Panama City Beach, Fla. Friday night.

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Three Alabama men die following desperate search in Gulf of Mexico

First responders in Panama City Beach pulled three men out of the Gulf of Mexico after receiving a call about distressed swimmers Friday night. The three men, who were from Alabama, died at local hospitals.

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Autauga County Sheriff Mark Harrell stands by jail evacuation over mold infestation, fight continues with county commission

Autauga County Sheriff Mark Harrell is still at odds with the county commission weeks after Harell evacuated the county jail until health and safety hazards, like prolific black mold, are addressed.

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The Tom Parker Collection: Foundational law volumes started in Alabama, back in Alabama after 259 years

Historic Blackstone volumes from the founding period now housed in Alabama Judicial Building.

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Second death row inmate set for nitrogen hypoxia files for protective order to avoid ‘horrific scene’

Alan Eugene Miller, an Alabama death row inmate awaiting death by nitrogen hypoxia is asking a federal court to stop the execution due to the state’s last execution by gas.

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Street Rod Nationals in Alabama June 28-29

Mobile's Fairgrounds hosts street rod nationals June 28-29.

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Board of trustees votes to extend Alabama A&M University president Daniel Wims’ contract to 2030

In a unanimous vote at a recent meeting, the Alabama A&M University Board of Trustees voted to extend the contract of president Daniel Wims to December 31, 2030. 

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Alabama Policy Institute launches new ‘education freedom’ website for parents

The Alabama Policy Institute launched a new website dedicated to getting information to Alabama parents about the state’s new school choice law, the CHOOSE Act, on Friday.

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Coastal Alabama lawmakers want fishing laws to change during jubilees after man arrested by game warden

According to long-time residents, an Eastern Shore tradition dating back to the Civil War is no longer what it used to be because of the overzealous enforcement of Alabama law.

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Autauga County launches virtual school — 'Families are seeking flexible and personalized educational models'

Autauga County Schools recently announced the launch of a new online virtual school for students “desiring an alternative educational setting.”

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'He continues to favor the demands of radical activists over the needs of the American people': AG Marshall calls on Biden to reverse Palestinian amnesty policy

Attorney General Steve Marshall joined a coalition of 18 state attorneys general this week calling on President Joe Biden to rescind his memorandum deferring the deportation of certain Palestinians living in the United States.

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Alabama’s unemployment rate decreased, labor force participation unchanged in May

Alabama’s labor force participation rate for May held steady at 57.5%, according to Alabama Department of Labor Secretary Fitzgerald Washington.

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Embattled former Montgomery Police Chief Albert a candidate to lead Austin, Texas Police Department

Darryl Albert, the now-former Montgomery Police Chief who resigned in April amidst accusations of sexual misconduct, is now seeking to take the police chief position in Austin, Texas.

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Ag commissioner Rick Pate to host Annual Tomato Sandwich Lunch

The annual Tomato Sandwich Lunch is Wednesday, June 26, at 11:30 at Garrett Coliseum.

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NAACP seeks Republican political consultant Chris Brown’s communications with legislators on redistricting

The NAACP is attempting to subpoena documents and communications between Chris Brown, owner of a political consulting firm called Red State Strategies, and his clients in the State House and Senate as part of an ongoing redistricting lawsuit.

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'Back to the drawing board': Albritton echoes call for gambling bill after 'no' vote on 2024 House-led effort

After years of fighting to get gaming in Alabama under control, State Sen. Greg Albritton (R-Atmore) said it’s “back to the drawing board” for the legislature.

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'One of the greatest American warships to sail the sea': USS Alabama's restored teak deck now open

Gov. Kay Ivey cut the ribbon Thursday for the opening of the newly restored teak deck of the USS Alabama in Mobile.

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Tuberville joins GOP lawmakers to demand data on IVF clinic safety procedures, CDC certification guidelines

U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) recently joined other Republican lawmakers in a letter asking Health and Human Services inspector general Christi Grimm to audit the safety procedures of IVF and other reproductive protocols used in fertility clinics.

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Former Mobile police chief suspects collusion in special counsel investigation; Mayor expresses 'grave concern' over subpoenas

The City of Mobile continues to defend its actions following controversy over subpoenas in a special counsel investigation.

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Illegal migrant's charges upgraded to murder after victim of DUI crash in Albertville dies

An illegal immigrant has been charged with murder for a drunk-driving crash in Albertville.

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Watch: Britt hosts 'Fox & Friends' at historic Rickwood Field; Talks dangers of social media for children

U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) met with “Fox & Friends” Thursday morning ahead of the first Major League Baseball game to be played at Rickwood Field, in Birmingham.

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'Armed and dangerous' Birmingham man accused of multiple homicides in Oklahoma on the run from police

Stacy Lee Drake, 50, is on the run from police after allegedly committing multiple homicides in Oklahoma.

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Farmers gather in Guntersville to discuss farm bill, urge Congress to end policies favoring large corporations

Farmers fighting for a fairer farm bill gathered in Guntersville recently to discuss agriculture policies and urge Congress to approve legislation giving power back to producers.

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