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Alabama health system, doctors group settle whistleblower kickback case for $24.5M
An Alabama health system and a physicians group have reached a $24.5 million settlement of a whistleblower lawsuit, in which they were charged with violating the False Claims Act by paying or receiving kickbacks in connection with claims to the Medicare program, the Department of Justice said Monday.
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Mon Jul 21, 2014
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A gracious cook gives lessons in making pies
Jackie Garvin is moving the pie dough around like a pro. She rolls it calmly, quickly, assertively.
And The Joey goes to ... Joe Jefferson Playhouse recognizes the best of the 2013-2014...
MOBILE, Alabama -- The Joey Awards, Joe Jefferson Playhouse's version of the Tony Awards, were distributed at a ceremony earlier this month.
Mobile County Constable charged with murder claims self-defense, according to Spanish Fort...
Larry Lambert Sheffield is charged with murder after police say he shot a man in the head at Trader's club early Sunday morning.
Murder conviction of man who killed best friend reversed due to missing forensic report
MOBILE, Alabama - After serving a few months of a lifetime prison sentence for murdering his best friend, Brent Adam Dove has been offered a small glimmer of light at the end of a very long tunnel.
Festival death mars Canadian success for company founded in Mobile
Former Mobilian A.J. Niland said the resurrection of Canada's Pemberton Music Festival was a success for Huka Entertainment, the company he co-founded in Mobile.
Mobile man accused of rape, sodomy, kidnapping turns himself in to authorities
MOBILE, Alabama -- A man accused of holding a woman against her will and assaulting her over several hours turned himself in to authorities on Sunday, according to records from Mobile County Metro Jail.
Help us decide which Gulf Coast casino buffet hits the jackpot
For a lot of people the favorite table at the casino is not one of the many gaming tables, rather many folks visit the casinos to visit the buffet table.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Dauphin Island's schoolhouse received support during the Alabama Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo
The 81st Alabama Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo weekend offered people a chance to help preserve the island's little red schoolhouse.
Family holds onto hope after hit and run severely injures 70-year-old
MOBILE, Alabama -- On Sunday afternoon Sherry Hutt-McDade sat with family in the University of South Alabama Medical Center, a place she's all too familiar with.
Men have a right and a role in the abortion issue: opinion
Pro-life protesters pray during a abortion protest outside Huntsville's Alabama Women's Center For Reproductive Alternatives in 2012.
Life Stories: It was a wonderful life for Ivan Davidson, who lived it until the very end
MOBILE, Alabama - Though his close friends in Mobile's theater community knew Ivan Davidson was dying - he'd been given six months to live back in January - his death on July 8 still came as a shock.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
'I didn't do it, I got too many girls' rape suspect says while being taken to jail
MOBILE, Alabama-- Mobile Police officers arrested Jawaun Tremane Jones on Saturday after identifying him as the suspect in a sexual assault and robbery that took place on Friday.
Dauphin Street Vault unphased by the rain, keeps going in downtown Mobile
Try this, if you dare: Run down a platform raised on wood as fast as you can, holding nothing more than a fibreglass pole.
I Wanna Marry Harry was the weirdest rubbish I've ever seen on TV
Sunday Mirror TV critic Kevin O'Sullivan believes the dating show featuring a fake royal plumbed new depths or banality, even for ITV2 If nothing else, ITV2's ludicrous I Wanna Marry "Harry" was a testament to the eligibility of Princess Diana's youngest son.
How Turbans Helped Some Blacks Go Incognito In The Jim Crow Era
There's a weekly trial on the Internet about who may be stealing culture from whom.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
David's Daily Dish: Easy shrimp Creole can take some of the sting out of a bad fishing trip
On those off chance that you go fishing and come home empty-handed, you will need a plausible back up plan for dinner.
Quiet neighborhood shocked by fatal shooting, Mobile police identify victim
Mobile police responded to a home on Luckie Avenue, near St. Stephens Road, in the early morning hours on Friday, July 18, 2014.
Model call Saturday for Girls of Fall fashion show in August
MOBILE, Ala. -- The Girls of Fall presented by the Reese's Senior Bowl is on the search for models to help with the event's fashion show.
Providence weather: A quiet weekend ahead..
Forecast discussion: After some parts of Southern New England seeing 1-3 inches of rain over the last few days, it was nice to see bright sunshine and dry weather on Thursday.