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East Limestone High School coach arrested over claims of inappropriate relationship with student

A 25-year-old teacher and coach at East Limestone High School is accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a student.

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Kane Wommack still questioning his late-game decision in South Alabama's loss at UCLA

South Alabama head coach Kane Wommack said he will learn from his choice to run a fourth-down play with the field goal unit on the field late in his team's loss at UCLA.

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Troy looking forward after Saturday's Hail Mary loss at Appalachian State

Troy head coach Jon Sumrall explains what happened in the final seconds of Saturday's loss at Appalachian State.

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ALEA Troopers to be placed at railroad crossings statewide as part of 'Operation Clear Track'

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) is raising awareness of railroad crossing safety as part of a national initiative called Operation Clear Track.

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Quarterback position still open as Auburn prepares for SEC play

It is the Monday before SEC football begins for the Auburn Tigers, and the quarterback situation appears to be open according to head coach Bryan Harsin.

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Judge declares mistrial in case of teen accused of killing parents, 3 siblings

A Limestone County judge declared a mistrial on Monday in the case of Mason Wayne Sisk, who is accused of killing five of his family members in 2019. 

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Phil Williams: You need to be involved in the legislative process — A 'How to' Guide

While it's crucial to remind citizens of their civic duty and to embolden individuals to contact their representatives and join other initiatives to enact change, it is also imperative to equip them to do so and to do it well. 

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Joey Clark: The spirit of Babel

State power is little more than a scourge sapping the people’s peace and prosperity and has been manifest in many cruel and unusual forms time immemorial. “Babel” has been built and scattered over the face of the whole earth many times before.

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Stephanie Holden Smith: Will the post-COVID education crisis create a demand for school choice?

Recent results from the National Center for Education Progress show severe learning losses during the pandemic and the (over)response to it.

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Katie Britt gets SBA Pro-Life America endorsement

Even though Republican U.S. Senate nominee Katie Britt is an overwhelming favorite in her November 8 general election match-up against Democrat nominee Will Boyd, the campaign continues.

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Watch: Alabama Department of Corrections officer allegedly beats, kicks inmate who climbed on roof

A video has surfaced on social media apparently showing an Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) detention officer allegedly beating a man on the roof of its Elmore Correctional Facility.

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Crime Stoppers chairman gives $10 million to UAB, hopes to reduce crime and grow the economy

The University of Alabama Birmingham (UAB) received a total of $10 million on Monday to reduce crime and drive economic growth in Birmingham.

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State Sen. Orr says doing both tax cuts and tax rebates a possibility

State Sen. Arthur Orr (R-Decatur), the Senate Education Budget Committee chairman, had previously floated the idea of one-time tax rebates.

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'Fear no weevil': Enterprise's boll weevil monuments, story behind town's bug infestation featured on CBS

The small city of Enterprise was featured on CBS News' "Sunday Morning" show this weekend.

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Emma Gibney: ESG and the collapse of the free market

Last month, Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall joined 19 other states in a letter to BlackRock CEO Larry Fink, challenging BlackRock’s use of ESG as investment criteria when managing state pension funds. 

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Cullman man shot at car dealership in Louisiana

A man from Cullman was shot and killed Friday by his co-worker at a Louisiana car dealership, according to police.

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NASA to test Artemis I hydrogen leak repair Wednesday

NASA will begin an Artemis I cryogenic demonstration test beginning at 6:15 a.m. CT on Wednesday.

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First look at the upcoming college football games

Marshall comes to Troy on Saturday night after a rollercoaster two weeks. Auburn's Bryan Harsin is trying to survive and Alabama is caught up in the process.

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Phil Williams: Stand up, speak up

There is a true movement afoot to stifle speech. If we cannot speak freely and are not allowed to stand in the midst of our moments and say those things that we believe then we really aren’t free at all.

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Blount County Sheriff Mark Moon: Fidelity to God and the U.S. Constitution

Faith. Family. Freedom. That’s how Blount County Sheriff Mark Moon lives his life. Here is his story.

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3 wanted by Montgomery PD in connection to double shooting that left 1 dead

Central Alabama CrimeStoppers is offering a minimum of $1,000 for information leading to the arrest of those responsible for a double shooting that left one victim dead.

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5 takeaways: Alabama vs Louisiana-Monroe

After struggling to beat Texas a week ago, Alabama took care of business this week against Louisiana-Monroe by a score of 63-7.

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State college football roundup: Samford scores game-winner in the final seconds at Tennessee Tech

Samford wins on the road in the final minute while Tuskegee wins for the first time this season. Huntingdon College also got a big road win.

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Reality Check: Grading Auburn's loss to Penn State

It was a mess on the Plains as a 14-6 deficit at halftime exploded to a 41-12 defeat at home against Penn State, the worst loss for Auburn inside Jordan-Hare Stadium in over a decade.

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Credit card debt on the rise in Alabama

Amidst high levels of inflation, the average household credit card debt of Alabamians increased by about seven percent in the second quarter of 2022.

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Randy Tatano: Politicians off-camera

As someone who has met and interviewed dozens of politicians in my career, I’m often asked what these people are really like. It’s not too often you get a peek behind the curtain, as many are always in campaign mode.

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Trussville student with autism collecting teddy bears for law enforcement

George Odell is collecting teddy bears and is getting a large response from his community in Trussville.

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