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'Cheating Death': Former Secret Service agent talks about career protecting three U.S. presidents, how to lead 'abundant' life

Before working in the Alabama banking industry and security solutions, Ken Valentine served in the U.S. Secret Service for 24 years. During that time, he helped protect three different presidents, ready to take a bullet for them at a moment's notice.

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Online survey to improve severe weather warning process

Alabama folks are asked to complete an online survey about the warning process for severe weather.

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Decatur Police arrest protesters, detain widow of Steve Perkins

A group of protesters gathered downtown Friday evening during Decatur's "3rd Friday" festivities, which led to the arrest of three protesters and the widow of Steve Perkins, Catrela Perkins, being detained.

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Mobile Police Chief Paul Prine leaning on faith, prophesied message that the truth will be revealed

In October 2001, Paul Prine was working as a police officer in Mobile when his life changed forever. While responding to a domestic call, he was shot three times. As he fought for his life, he was sure he was about to lose it. He called out to God and was saved right then and there.

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Living history reenactment at nation’s largest WWII POW camp in Aliceville

A reenactment of the WWII POW camp in Aliceville, Alabama will be May 3-4. It was the nation's largest POW camp with 6,000 prisoners.

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State Sen. Orr gives low odds for conference committee gambling bill efforts — 'I'd say between 20-30%'

During an appearance on Huntsville radio WVNN's "The Dale Jackson Show," State Sen. Arthur Orr (R-Decatur) warned that a Frankenstein creation from the conference committee was possible given the desire to appease gambling lobbyists.

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Watch: 110-year-old Gadsden Steam Plant demolished Saturday by Alabama Power

Gadsden Steam Plant was imploded April 20 by Alabama Power Company.

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'Blind Boys of Alabama' to be featured on NBC’s 'Today' on Monday

The Blind Boys of Alabama will be featured on NBC’s Today Show on Monday, April 22 in the 8-9 a.m. hour.  They have a lot to talk about.

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Ashley Carter: The power to choose

Thanks to the passage of the CHOOSE Act, families have the option to place their children in a school other than their local district school.

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Linda Chastain: From advocacy to action — Hoover's path to cultural enrichment

Now is the time for Hoover to reaffirm its commitment to the arts and invest in the future of our community.

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Sean of the South: Houseguests

My nieces have enough energy to power an average suburban electrical grid. They arrived in our driveway last night after spending upwards of six hours in the car. By the time they got here, they were not unlike compressed atomic matter contained in a jar, just waiting to explode.

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Amie Beth Shaver: Our rescue

Have you heard about the Bielski brothers or what they built deep in the forest? Because they managed to pull off a magnificent resistance.

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Nick Treglia: Today’s dissident political thought is not what you think

What happens when the rebellious youth of the 1960s and 1970s become the establishment?

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Kyle Shideler: Arrest of suspected Alabama bomber shows Antifa is not just a ‘Portland’ problem

The arrest of a 26-year-old Alabama man on charges of detonating an explosive outside the office of the Alabama Attorney General in Montgomery shows that the threat of the anarcho-communist network known as Antifa isn’t limited to any region of the country.

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Allen Keller: Bill Maher and the decline of the American conscience

The characters in "Blood Meridian" began movement in a certain wrong direction on a moral paradigm, a direction toward which they continued with tragic consequences. It’s a lesson to which we’d do well to adhere in our own time.

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No. 18 Alabama baseball loses two of three against No. 1 Texas A&M

No. 18 Alabama improved to 25-15 overall and 7-11 in SEC play over the weekend after dropping two of three games against No. 1 Texas A&M. 

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Kalen DeBoer on pressure of winning a national championship at Alabama: 'That's why I came here'

On Thursday, one of the hosts from The Next Round podcast bypassed the easy questions and went right into the tough questions asking Kalen DeBoer, the new coach for Alabama, if he anticipated winning a national championship immediately.

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Productive nights at the plate from Guevara, Weiss lead Auburn baseball to win over Georgia Tech

Auburn picked up a win over Georgia Tech in the first of two matchup between the two teams this season.

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What happened? Analysis of AL-2 run-off election — Dobson, Figures now the nominees to fight for the seat in November

The second congressional district run-off elections were held on Tuesday, Republican Caroleene Dobson won the nomination for her party over Dick Brewbaker. Shomari Figures won the Democratic nomination after securing his victory over current Alabama House Minority Leader Anthony Daniels (D-Huntsville). 

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House passes bill package aimed at bolstering workforce development

The Alabama House of Representatives passed a bill package on Wednesday that aims to bolster the state’s workforce development and increase workforce opportunities for more Alabamians.

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'A direct result of Joe Biden's weak foreign policy': Tuberville blames White House for 'funding' Iran's attack on Israel

On Wednesday, U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) blamed President Joe Biden and his "weak foreign policy" for Iran's attack on Israel over the weekend.