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Flu Hits Butler Co. Early This Season

Body aches, chills, and high fever are just a few of the symptoms that can mean you have the flu, and in Butler County, flu season is setting in more than a month ahead of schedule.

New Year's Eve Street Celebration

The Downtown Countdown New Year's Eve Street Celebration will be held Tuesday, December 31 from 9 pm to 1 am at the Commerce Street Entertainment District. There will be live entertainment from Black Jacket & Rhythm Nation. There will be…

Artists' Exhibit and Mural Dedication Reception

The National Center for the Study of Civil Rights and African-American Culture is hosting a combined Artists‘ Exhibit Opening and Mural Unveiling Reception on Sunday, January 26, 2014 at 3:00 p.m. at the National Center, located at 1345 Carter. Hill…

Should Alabama Have a State Lottery?

Once again a state lottery will be brought up in the Alabama legislature in the upcoming session.The Democratic leader in the Alabama House is calling for the Legislature to approve it.

Pasadena Plans: Travel Agents Say To "Act Fast"

As soon as it was announced that number two ranked Auburn will head to Pasadena to play in the BCS National Championship game against Florida State -- fans started making plans to go to the big game. And travel agents say if you'd don't make your reservations to head there now, you may find yourself watching the game from your couch.

School Bus Accident Leaves One Wetumpka Man Dead

An Elmore County school bus and two other vehicles collide this morning, leaving the driver of one car dead. No one on the bus was hurt, but local residents we spoke to say they are worried that the area isn't safe.

Abused Horses Taken To New Home

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.

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