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3 hrs ago | Alabama Live
Jeremiah Denton, an American hero from the Vietnam war and former Alabama senator, was laid to rest today in Arlington National Cemetery.
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4 hrs ago | Insurance Journal West
Volunteer firefighters help communities in ways both obvious - fighting fires- and overlooked - improving communities' home insurance rates through ISO ratings.
8 hrs ago | Alabama Live
Moons with giant footprints on them, editorials with soaring language to mark the moment, and a guest column by Wernher von Braun himself.
10 hrs ago | Alabama Live
E ver see an unusual epitaph on a headstone and want to know the rest of the story? Maybe it's just me.
Alabama's court system finds itself in headlines not just from Birmingham to Mobile, but on up to New York City and across the country regarding how defendants in the Yellowhammer State sometimes turn to crime in order to pay off court fees and fines from the last criminal conviction.
Starting with the 2014 season, Raycom and the Alabama High School Athletics Association are teaming up to bring you all the action with the Game of the Week.
The National Park Service has chosen Alabama State University in Montgomery as the location for the third and final interpretative center along the Selma-to-Montgomery National Voting Rights Trail.
If you're in the mood for a little night music this next weekend, the WAFF Events page has lots of fun, family-friendly concerts and shows that will have you tapping along with the beat.
Why they arrested Ryan Shucard last week, I shall never know. All he did was bring your basic 9mm Smith & Wesson handgun into the U.S. Capitol , upon which, in clear violation of what the Founders intended - right, Justice Antonin Scalia? - he was seized and later had to appear in D.C. Superior Court where, thank God, he was eventually released ... (more)
Admit it. Clowns are a little creepy. And snakes aren't much better. Add shark attacks, spiders and dental visits to the list and you have the things nightmares are made of.
"I believe I was ZIP code-challenged there," Albritton said. "But I do have some work to do there."
Already on the upswing with a revitalized downtown and a trendy feel, Birmingham is trying to land its biggest prize in years: The 2016 Democratic National Convention.
Gov. Don Siegelman gets ready to deliver his State of the State to a joint session of the legislature.
As the inspectors wrote after their May 2011 site visit: "Only 400 of the 3,000 SHEP kits purchased with grant funds have been distributed to patients or local residents."
Some of the award winners from AL.com after the Alabama Associated Press Media Editors awards on Saturday in Birmingham, including, front row, left to right, Staci Brooks, former Birmingham community news director who is now special projects manager for Alabama Media Group; Nikki Seaborn, copy desk chief; Kathryn Jacoby, Birmingham managing ... (more)
State rural crime investigators, ranchers and agriculture officials say they suspect rising prices for cattle and beef as likely factors in livestock thefts in Alabama and elsewhere.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 11:03 am
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