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Construction crews work on the U.S. 431-Dug Hill Road intersection in this photo from January 2012.
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Not since George Wallace, perhaps, has an Alabaman taken as passionate a stand for a lost cause as the one Jeff Sessions is taking now.
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Travel back 45 years to April 1968 when America stood divided on the big social issue of the day, Civil Rights and an inspirational Black minister, Dr.
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All classes in the Macon County school system are canceled today after shots were fired at a high school graduation ceremony Wednesday.
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A health report shows one of the two people who died recently due to respiratory illness suffered from the H1N1 virus.
The number of mystery illness cases affecting Alabama is growing. Wednesday, Alabama Department of Public Health spokeswoman Dr.
"But should our immigration policy serve the national interests or the special interests of certain companies?"A A Sen.
Like many states, Alabama is working through the important task of improving its public education system.
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Former Justice Department lawyer J. Christian Adams speaks to the Mobile, Alabama, chapter of the Federalist Society on Tuesday, May 21, 2013.
Alabama's chief justice expects to lay off 150 employees after the state's new fiscal year starts Oct.
Best and worst: From Alabama Accountability Act to failure of anti-gambling bill, Gary Palmer recaps the Alabama Legislature's 2013 session Alabama Gov.
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama - How Alabama judges will handle the sentencing of juveniles convicted of capital murder - for at least the immediate future -- now appears to be in the hands of the Alabama Supreme Court after the Alabama Legislature failed to enact a bill addressing the issue .
A mysterious respiratory illness has left five people hospitalized and two dead in southeast Alabama, state health officials said Tuesday.
Governor Robert Bentley on Tuesday said various state agencies in Alabama are in contact with their counterparts in Oklahoma to offer any assistance needed in the recovery from Monday's deadly tornado.
Alabama residents support the part of the Affordable Care Act which would fund a state's expansion of Medicaid recipients, according to a new poll which shows sharp divides along racial lines.