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A federal grant will help widen Highway 157 in Cullman. [Read More]
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Problems with Veterans Choice Program could mean some veterans are stuck paying high medical bills. [Read More]
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Some longtime Northport business owners are being forced out to make room for new development. [Read More]
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Judge rules prosecutors must turn over evidence in Erron Brown case. [Read More]
Concerned parents want the city of Northport to consider forming its own school system... [Read More]
A judge declares a mistrial in a murder trial after a juror Googles the suspect's record while in deliberations. [Read More]
Tags: Judge - Google - Googles
The city of Birmingham is thinking about how to keep a much closer eye on you in hopes of cutting down on violent crime by... [Read More]
Brighton Police are trying to find a gun involved in a 2015 murder case that came up missing just before trial. [Read More]
Tags: Brighton - Murder - gun
Birmingham's City School board has decided the Church of the Highlands can continue to worship at two city schools. [Read More]
Sewage flowing into the Sumiton Lagoon near Mulberry Fork in Sumiton has the city testing the waters this week. [Read More]
In a poem, William Edwards writing he's scared of dying at an early age. A local company that gives teens an outlet to express their... [Read More]
A popular app among teens is raising the alarm with law enforcement. Police say the Mappen app could be another vehicle for sexual predators. [Read More]
Church of the Highlands is currently using a space within Parker High School that it was given permission without the Board of Education's approval. [Read More]
Is Birmingham a Sanctuary City? There is no law on the book saying we are but, Mayor Randall Woodfin is now stressing the city is... [Read More]
The Jefferson County School system is addressing overcrowding on school buses that serve Hueytown High School. ... [Read More]
Hundreds of U.S. Steel workers in Fairfield are expected to rally this week, hoping for a fair shake when it comes to their contracts. [Read More]
A man wrongfully accused of casing homes by Adamsville Police is trying to clear his name. ... [Read More]
A woman in Brookwood is caught on video stealing donations meant to help pay for the funeral of a recent cancer victim according to Brookwood... [Read More]
Let's say you're looking for a new suit or dress online then a short time later, you start to see ads pop up in your... [Read More]
Over 50 rental scooters in Tuscaloosa impounded after a rental company was found operating without a business license. [Read More]
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