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Dovetail Landing veterans project gets help from Auburn University to house and train vets

Auburn University will be assisting Alabama Veteran in building a tiny home at Dovetail Landing, a residential community and training center for veterans.

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KCarl Smith: The threat of political weaponization

The role of a prosecuting attorney is essential in protecting the inherent freedoms and rights granted to all Americans.

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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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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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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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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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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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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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'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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Mobile Mayor Stimpson urges council to swiftly remove Police Chief Paul Prine; Council to also consider third-party investigation into allegations

The Mobile City Council has a full slate on the agenda Tuesday, including two resolutions concerning embattled Police Chief Paul Prine

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Iconic ‘Old Hickory’ BBQ recipe found; Served free April 27 in Sylacauga

The original barbecue recipe for the famous Old Hickory Restaurant has been located. Free BBQ will be served Saturday, April 27 at Blue Bell Central Park in Sylacauga.

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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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What does a public safety director do? Auburn director explains

The position was questioned in Mobile after Police Chief Paul Prine was put on leave. With several positions between the police chief and the mayor, communication efficiency was questioned and some wondered if the position was necessary.

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Limestone Correctional warden and wife arrested at home for manufacturing Psilocybin mushrooms

Limestone Correctional Facility warden Chadwick Crabtree and his wife Melissa Crabtree have been arrested and charged with manufacturing Psilocybin mushrooms.

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Workers vote to join UAW at Volkswagen plant in Tennessee — Is Alabama next?

Workers at the Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga overwhelmingly voted to join the United Auto Workers (UAW) in a National Labor Relations Board election that ended on Friday night.

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Senate passes bill reforming public records law

Legislation that would establish deadlines for governments and universities in Alabama to respond to public records requests submitted by citizens passed the Senate unanimously on Thursday.

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Britt slams Biden's HHS Secretary over abortion policy, removal of Hyde amendment

U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) got into a fierce debate with U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Xavier Becerra on Wednesday during questioning in a Senate Appropriations Subcommittee over the absence of the Hyde Amendment from President Joe Biden's proposed FY25 HHS budget.

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AG Marshall announces conviction of Athens attorney John Totten for harassment

Attorney General Steve Marshall announced the conviction and sentencing of a Limestone County attorney for Harassment. John Totten, 50, of Athens, pleaded guilty Wednesday to one count of Harassment, a Class C misdemeanor.

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Taylor Swift releases surprise double album: Here is what Alabamians are saying about it

Taylor Swift released her new album, "The Tortured Poets Department," at Midnight EST on Friday, as expected. However, to her fans' delight and surprise, she announced and released the second installment of TTPD: The Anthology at 2 a.m.

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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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Montgomery Mayor Reed: Police chief’s resignation came amid sexual harassment and other allegations

At a Friday press conference, Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed elaborated that Police Chief Darryl Albert's resignation came during an investigation into sexual harassment, as well as issues surrounding morale in MPD.

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Barry Moore makes another plea to Congress for swift action against persecution of pastors in Nicaragua

U.S. Rep. Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) addressed House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.) Friday from the House floor on behalf of Mountain Gateway, a non-profit that trains pastors and offers relief work in Latin American countries.

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Innovation district bills likely dead as legislative session winds down

The controversial series of innovation district bills, a late addition to Alabama leadership’s “Working for Alabama” workforce package, are likely dead in the legislature after lawmakers raged against the proposal.

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Alabama’s unemployment, labor force participation unchanged in March

Alabama’s labor force participation rate for March remained unchanged from the previous month at 57.4%, according to  Alabama Department of Labor Secretary Fitzgerald Washington.

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