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Police need your help in finding a man who robbed a Kwik shop convenient store in Millbrook.
Today was the last day of the B-17 Flying Fortress's stop in Montgomery.
Hello Kitty turned 40 years old today.
With the midterm elections imminent, the ethics indictment for Alabama Speaker of the House MIke Hubbard is becoming a hot-button issue.
Two Alabama bands have been selected for 13th annual Honda Battle of the Bands at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.
It was once a Food World offering south Montgomery residents a convenient place to shop.
But it closed down, and since that time, nothing has taken its place until now.
This video is no longer available.Republican state representative Barry Moore took the stand today in his own defense. Moore says he was truthful when he testified before a grand jury investigating public corruption. Prosecutors say Moore lied when he denied…
A Georgia man has pleaded guilty in Alabama to conspiracy to file false tax returns and aggravated identity theft.
The College Football Playoff Committee has released its top teams for the playoff. Auburn was in the top 4 along with Mississippi State, FSU, and Ole Miss. But not everyone is satisfied with the rankings.
We asked our Facebook fans and Twitter followers what they think of the negative attack ads this political season .
Booker T. Washingtom High School's jazz band gave a performance today at the Montgomery Arts Museum
Race fans flocked to the Montgomery Motor Speedway today for the Million Dollar Drag Race.
River City Church is looking to help the Montgomery area lead a healthier lifestyle, hosting their "Saturday Outreach" event.
A Union Springs man is dead after a crash in Macon County.
There's a reward for information in the robbery of a Midway convenience store.
New Update to Perry Hill Road interchange
It's what makes college football so exciting-- bitter rivals battling it out on the field to be number one.
Right now, the competition couldn't be much better for the teams in the SEC West.
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