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Homewood's aTeam Ministries donates funds to Children's of Alabama 'Hope and Cope' program
A photo of aTeam's recent partnership with Children's with aTeam Ministries "Back to School" backpack giveaway.
4 hrs ago
Inmates tend to garden at Alabama county jail
The Russell County Sheriff's Office has turned a half-acre of jail property into a thriving summer garden, tended to by a group of female inmates, with the crops going to area shelters, food banks and churches.
8 hrs ago
These Alabama gun owners explained why they carry. We want to hear your reason.
I wanted to find out why many Alabamians make the important decision to carry a concealed weapon.
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50-state look at how Common Core is playing out
A state-by-state look at the Common Core standards: ___ ALABAMA The state school board folded Common Core into the state's College and Career Ready Standards for public schools and has been defending the decision ever since.
Mon Sep 01, 2014
Alabama A&M professor leading the charge in renewable energy
The Alabama A & M NSF research team includes Dr. Wing Chen, Dr. Showkat Chowdhury, and Ms.
Spotlighting Trey DePriest and some pad-popping Alabama linebacker practice
The senior will be available to play this Saturday in the 11 a.m. home opener with Florida Atlantic.
Alabama Amendment Would Address Gun Ownership
Rep. Mike Jones is the Andalusia Republican who sponsored the proposed constitutional amendment.
Thousands instantly warned of Amber Alert on cell phones
A 9-year-old Fairfield boy was found safe early Sunday morning after several hours of tense searching and the issuance of an Amber Alert.
Sun Aug 31, 2014
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Deficient Roadways Cost Alabama Drivers as much as $1,562 Annually
The report includes regional pavement condition, congestion and highway safety data, and cost breakdowns for Birmingham, Huntsville, Mobile and Montgomery.
Alabama death row inmate Jason Sharp seeks new trial in 1999 rape-murder
Jason Sharp is led from Judge Laura Hamilton's courtroom by Madison County Sheriff deputies after being sentenced to the death penalty on Sept.
Here's why the judge in Lowell Barron corruption case slapped Alabamians in the face
About the writer John Archibald is a columnist for the Alabama Media Group. His work appears in the newspaper on Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and online at AL.com all the time.
Sat Aug 30, 2014
Amber Alert issued for Alabama boy, 9
The Fairfield Police Department and the Alabama Department of Public Safety ask for the public's assistance in locating Rhashud Felix.
Missing Alabama boy, 9, found safe
The State of Alabama issued an Emergency Missing Child Amber Alert at 11:20 p.m. Saturday for 9-year-old Rhashud Felix.
Alabama Issues AMBER Alert for Rhashud Felix
Rhashud Felix was last seen on August 30th, at six thirty pm, in Fairfield, Alabama and is believed to be in extreme danger.
5 Things to Know About 2014 Governor's Races
Thirty-six states choose governors in the November elections. Winning one of these races can take years of paying political dues and a grueling nomination battle.
Walker County murder suspect who fled to Nevada returned to Alabama, held in jail without bond
A Walker County man charged with murder who fled and was recaptured in Nevada was returned to the county jail this week.
50-State Look at How Common Core Playing out in US
The state school board folded Common Core into the state's College and Career Ready Standards for public schools and has been defending the decision ever since.
AL Supreme Court rules capital murder suspect can be held without bond
The Alabama Supreme Court handed down a ruling on Friday stating capital murder suspect Joel Moyers can be held without bond pending trial.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Butler Co. spice bust sheds light on rise of synthetic drugs
An investigation that spanned several months ended in the takedown of a suspected drug dealer in Greenville, a man police say was selling synthetic marijuana.
Alabama denies claims that if fails to give prisoners adequate medical care
Lawyers for the Alabama Department of Corrections responded today to a lawsuit that alleges the medical care for state prisoners is so poor that it violates the U.S. Constitution.