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Diana Crews: Parents need to opt their kids out of Biden's Unity Agenda

We are seeing the government create wars in the minds of our children.

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KCarl Smith: Democrat elites vs. black baseball players and fans

Some of the best baseball players to ever grace the diamond were denied entry to the Major Leagues solely because they were African-American. Instead, they performed in the “Negro Leagues,” in the shadows of the Majors, until 1947.

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Tuberville defends Harsin: ‘He can work his way through it’

Former Auburn football coach U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) defended current Auburn coach Bryan Harsin a few days after a 41-12 home loss Saturday to Penn State.

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Amicus brief filed in support of Eagle Forum's rights after federal government subpoenas group for 'Vulnerable Child Compassion and Protection Act' docs

Several organizations and individuals from across the United States have filed an amicus brief supporting a motion to quash after the Department of Justice subpoenaed a conservative interest group in Alabama.

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Zach Golson helping Mary G. Montgomery High turn it around on the football field

Mary G. Montgomery broke a 15-game losing streak on the field and the Vikings are poised for more success.

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Crackdown: Tuscaloosa threatens business owners with arrest for defying city's 'zero tolerance' overcrowding policy

A city attorney in Tuscaloosa recently told businesses to get a grip on the overcrowding issues brought about by Crimson Tide football season or the police would begin making arrests. 

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Marshall, state AGs tell credit card companies to stop new gun buyer ‘list’

Credit card companies should cease implementation of a new merchant category code for purchases at gun stores that would create a “list of gun buyers,” according to a letter sent yesterday by 21 state attorneys general including Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall.

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Child dies after being left in hot car outside of daycare in Blount County

The Oneonta Police Department, the Blount County Sheriff's Office, Blount County DHR and the Blount County District Attorney's Office are investigating after a child was found dead in a hot car.

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Alabama veterans captured by Russian forces released

One hundred and five days after being captured by Russian forces in Ukraine, two military veterans have been released.

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Secretary of State Merrill predicts 'record' turnout for November 8 midterm elections

In 2018, more than 1.7 million registered voters participated in that year's midterm elections in Alabama. Secretary of State John Merrill anticipates that many voters will turn out for this year's midterm elections on November 8.

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Former House Democratic leader Craig Ford wins Gadsden mayoral race

The mayoral race in the city of Gadsden has ended in a victory for former Democratic leader in the Alabama House of Representatives, Craig Ford.

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Andrea Alvarez wins heated runoff race for Huntsville Education Board

A highly politicized and contentious runoff election for Huntsville Board of Education (BOE) ended Tuesday in a landslide victory for Andrea Alvarez over her opponent, Angela McClure.

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After further evaluation, Jacksonville State moving on from first loss of the season

Jacksonville State fell to 3-1 after a 54-17 embarrassment at Tulsa. Rich Rodriguez and his team are turning the page after the loss.

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Samford's Chandler Smith is finding a home in the end zone

Samford's Chandler Smith, who came to the program as a walk-on, has developed into one of the team's most dependable receivers.

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Youth sports coach jailed on rape charge in Roanoke

An east Alabama youth sports coach has been arrested over allegations of ongoing sexual abuse spanning nearly 10 years.

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Dothan becomes 10th Alabama city to approve medical cannabis dispensaries

Dothan became the tenth city in Alabama to pass an ordinance Tuesday morning allowing for the operation of medical cannabis dispensaries within its borders.

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Amie Beth Shaver: The COVID-19 lies are crumbling

One Sunday afternoon last September, we wrested control from an unaccountable government. That day in a packed ballroom, we learned how to combat COVID lies. 

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State's federal delegation demands answers from DoJ for Eagle Forum Alabama subpoena

Last month, the Biden Department of Justice, through the U.S. Attorney's office in Birmingham, sent a subpoena to Eagle Forum of Alabama asking to obtain its communications about its support for legislation banning hormone treatments and gender transition surgeries for minors. After the bill's passage in the Alabama state legislature, Biden's DOJ filed a lawsuit against the legislation, and a federal judge subsequently blocked it in May.

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Federal judge blocks execution of Alabama triple-murderer

A federal judge has blocked the lethal injection execution of a convicted triple-murderer in Alabama after a long and tempestuous debate surrounding execution methods.

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The Water Board bureaucracy: How does the Birmingham Water Works Board work?

The Birmingham Water Works currently serves over 600,000 Alabamians in Birmingham and five surrounding counties. It’s the largest water system in Alabama and has largely been the center of controversy in the city over the summer.

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Defense for Dadeville double-murder suspect attempt to block DNA sample

Despite previously admitting to killing his girlfriend and her son, lawyers for double-murder and kidnapping suspect Jose Paulino Pascual-Reyes are appealing the state’s request for a compulsory DNA sample. 

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New details: Coosa County deputy had ride-a-long civilian during shooting; children jumped from window to escape

A Sylacauga man accused of shooting at a deputy in Coosa County has been transferred to the Clay County Jail, and new details have been revealed in court documents.

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Hoover’s Ross Bridge golf course update: ‘It’s a real disaster’

Ross Bridge golf course will probably be under an accelerated renovation plan in 2023 after a recent groundskeeping mistake severely harmed most of its greens a couple of weeks ago.

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Alabama's Will Anderson jokes he's looking for a role on offense after touchdown return

Will Anderson, Jr. had a career first with an interception return for a touchdown in Saturday's win over Louisiana Tech.

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1819 News Reporter Craig Monger talks the prisoner beating caught on video on FM Talk 1065

Listen to 1819 News Reporter Craig Monger on The Jeff Poor Show as they discuss the prisoner beating caught on video at the Elmore Correctional Facility and conditions in the prisons.

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1819 News Contributor Stephanie Holden Smith talks lockdown learning loss on News Talk 93.1 News & Views

Listen to 1819 News Contributor Stephanie Holden Smith on News & Views with Joey Clark as they discuss lockdown learning loss in children and recent FOIA revelations that teacher unions heavily influenced CDC school lockdown and masking policies.

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Drag queens, Critical Race Theory front and center in Tuesday's Huntsville school board runoff

Tuesday's runoff election for Huntsville Board of Education District 3 has crescendoed in the late stages with accusations flying from both sides.

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