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State Auction Planned for Wednesday in Montgomery

Hundreds of items belonging to the state are going up for auction in Montgomery. Wednesday's auction will be held at a warehouse on Mobile Highway owned by the surplus property division of the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs.…

Alabama Amendment Would Address Gun Ownership

A proposed change to the Alabama Constitution would make gun ownership a fundamental right in the state. The proposal also would subject any state gun-control measures to the toughest review by the courts. Rep. Mike Jones is the Andalusia Republican…

State Working with Law Firm on Lawmaker Pay

State officials are working with a law firm to try and determine the median household income in Alabama, which could determine the salaries of state lawmakers in the coming year. A constitutional amendment approved by state voters in 2012 ties…

Young Adults Should Start School Later In The Morning

 A NATIONAL PERIACTRIC GROUPS SAYS YOUNG ADULTS SHOULD START SCHOOL LATER IN THE MORNING SO THEY CAN CATCH UP ON SLEEP. THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS STUDY SUGGESTS DELAYING THE START OF THE SCHOOL DAY FOR MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL…

Alabama Restaurant Week

If you were feeling hungry this weekend hopefully you went out and enjoyed the last day of restaurant week.

New Alabama License Plate

Residents of Alabama could soon be sporting a new license plate with the rattlesnake emblem and "Don't Tread on Me" warning made popular by tea party groups.

Alligators New Home at the Montgomery Zoo

Theres a new home for one type of animal at the montgomery zoo. Now visitor's will have an up close and personal look at alligators! The ribbon cutting ceremony took place this morning with city leaders. The exhibit took 8 months to build…

6 Tuskegee Students Finally Home from Liberia

Six Tuskegee University students are home after being stranded in Liberia for weeks because of the Ebola outbreak. The school issued a statement Tuesday night saying the students arrived at the Atlanta airport. They are all healthy with no quarantine…

Is College Worth The Price?

College students across the state are returning to campus this week. But with the unemployment in the state rising to 7% and student loan debt at an all time high, is it worth it?

Historic Buildings a Focus of Prattville Leaders

Prattville city officials, police and members of a redevelopment agency say they're working together to preserve some of the city's historic buildings. One of the vacant Continental Eagle buildings caught fire on Aug. 8. Fire Battalion Chief Jay Hawthorne tells…

Union Springs Police are Investigating an Armed Robbery

Union Springs police are investigating an armed robbery. Police say the robbery happened earlier this week at the BP station on South Prairie Street. The suspect entered the building early in the morning with a handgun and demanded cash from the attendant.…

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