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I-65 traffic Alabama News
More teens expected on roadways during Spring Break; ALEA offers safety tips

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) is offering safety tips this Spring Break with its fourth annual “Think Smart Before You Start” campaign.

Rip currents, sharks and bears, oh my! Gulf Shores Independence Day safety

Each year, more and more people flock to Gulf Shores for the week of Independence Day. More people means more fun but also more incidents.

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Police warn of thieves monitoring Christmas trash for an easy opportunity

With all of the goodies you received this Christmas, comes a lot of trash. There are wrapping paper scraps, gift bags and boxes. But disposing of those items could be an invite for thieves, police say.

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BREAKING: “Armed and Dangerous” man on the loose, police say

The Houston County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) is looking for a man they say is wanted for questioning in reference to a shooing in Webb Thursday morning.

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ALDOT requiring detour for hazmat traffic during World Games

The Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) is restricting hazardous material cargo shipments on I-59/20 through Downtown Birmingham during the World Games 2022.

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Volunteers undergo sex-trafficking training ahead of The World Games in Alabama

The highly-anticipated world games starts in less than six weeks and it's expected to bring thousands of people from over 100 countries into the Birmingham-metro. With that kind of influx, sex-trafficking is a concern for those in charge.

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Alabama Jewish leaders respond to growing anti-semitism in wake of Texas terrorism

The hostage situation at the Congregation Beth Israel synagogue in Colleyville, Texas on Saturday, Jan. 15, has prompted a strong response...