It may be 50 years since the end of the civil rights march from Montgomery to Selma, but the marching continues.
From the West Alabama Newsroom-- People who live in the small Marengo County town of Thomaston will soon be able to do their grocery shopping a lot closer to home.
It's a day every one of these students has looked forward to for years, the chance to walk across the stage and accept a diploma from Tuskegee University. The day was even more special with the addition of TV's Phylicia Rashad.
Butler County deputies arrest a woman for animal cruelty. They say they found her horses in poor condition... and starved. But they're getting a second chance at life -- we followed their journey to their new home. It's video you'll only see on Alabama News Network.