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A new task force will study the use of drones on farms, in law enforcement and transportation, and in conservation.
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As California looks to quadruple its film tax incentives and Alabama eyes tweaks to its own film program to limit star-power, North Carolina is drastically cutting its film incentives, the Wall Street Journal reports .
Lt. Gov. Kay Ivey and her Democratic challenger agreed Thursday that the first four years of Republican rule in the Legislature in more than a century have had a great impact.
Democrat Parker Griffith on Thursday likened Alabama to a Third World "failed state" during an appearance before the state's county commissioners in which he delivered a blistering attack on Gov. Robert Bentley's leadership.
As with a gubernatorial forum held earlier in the day, appearances by Alabama's attorney general candidates Thursday featured sharp attacks by the Democratic challenger and a more placid address by the Republican incumbent.
A freight conductor for CSX Corporation, Gillerlain carried a Smith & Wesson .40 caliber handgun when he traveled by train from Mobile to New Orleans, La.
U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Alabama, speaks with Jasper Police Chief Connie Cooner Rowe, left, who was recently elected to serve in the Alabama House of Representatives, and Susan Stephens during an event Wednesday morning in Jasper.
The Huntsville area's only abortion clinic, Alabama Women's Center for Reproductive Alternatives, wants to move into this building at 4831 Sparkman Drive.
The state of Alabama slowed about 100,000 tax refunds this year because of a new computer algorithm designed to detect fraud and identity theft.
Alabama's black infant mortality rate and the rate of teen births are now at their "lowest ever" points, according to data released Wednesday by the Alabama Department of Public Health.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Parker Griffith said he supports Common Core academic standards in public schools and would try to block any legislation that would repeal their use in Alabama.
BIG STATE TRANSPORTATION BUCKS ARE COMING ONE WIREGRASS CITY. FELICIA WARD SAYS VISITING HER MOTHER OFF OF WEST FLEMING AVENUE IN GENEVA CAN BECOME A MESSY EXPERIENCE.
Over 100 employees will walk out of Remington Arms Friday, not knowing if they'll ever be back.
Tucked inside leafy Bruns Drive, the 40,000-square-foot production studio features a two-story sound stage and green screen room, an editing room, a space for wardrobe and prop design, and all the technical gadgets needed to make a movie.
Photo from 'Cruel Confinement' report released this morning by the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Alabama Disabilities Advocacy Program.
For the last nine months, I've written the same column so often that I can almost turn it into a fill-in-the-blank exercise - Alabama job numbers and Gov. Robert Bentley's job performance.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 03:57 pm
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