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Alabama coach Nick Saban is staying put.
A murder case dating back over two decades may be solved tonight in Covington County -- a man and two women are now in jail and charged in the 1994 murder and robbery of James "Nibby" Barton.
David Taylor, the fisherman who went missing in Autaugaville is still not found.
UCLA researchers say America ranks 22nd out of 27 high income nations when it comes to efficiency in health care spending.
Government scientists say only 40 percent of Americans have received a flu shot this season.
The World Health Organization says cancer killed more than 8 million people around the globe last year.
A north Alabama lawmaker says he'll introduce legislation during the next session to defend the decision-making power of Retirement Systems of Alabama CEO, David Bronner.
Enrollment in the state's health insurance marketplace is increasing, although the number served is only a tiny part of the uninsured in Alabama.
Alabama State University's Board of Trustees will meet next Friday to vote on the next President of ASU.
Selma Police are conducting what they say is a murder investigation.
An arrest is made in Prattville shooting investigation.
A man in California says he's willing to give his BCS National Championship tickets away in exchange for a job.
We want to know what Auburn fans here at home would do for tickets to the big game.
An Elmore County man accused of sex crimes against children starts over. Stephen Conrad is accused of raping and molesting eight children. He came before the judge today to see if he'll continue to stay behind bars.
Christmas came early to the South Highlands Middle School.
Governor Robert Bentley was the key speaker at Butler County's 2nd Annual Industry Appreciation Luncheon and he says expanding industry starts with education.
The age old belief that music helps make kids smarter may just be a myth.
About half of all psychiatrists now reject private and federal insurance and require payments in cash, that’s according to a new study in JAMA Psychiatry.
New research suggests that contact sport athletes could damage their brain, even without receiving a concussion.
The Greenville Standard Relay Team is hosting a Frozen Foot Race on Saturday, January 25, 2014. This race is a 5K. Do not be intimidated by the title. Participants are welcomed to walk during this event. You can pre-register for…
Rumors are swirling over Alabama head coach Nick Saban, with some saying he might leave the Crimson Tide for the University of Texas.
Alabama kicker Cade Foster received a supportive note from President George W. Bush.
Vickery Road is one of the busiest unpaved roads in Butler County according to the County Engineer, but making that road a blacktop is taking quite a bit longer than expected, leaving both residents and the road department frustrated.
From the West Alabama Newsroom-- Two people are dead after a double shooting during an attempted robbery Tuesday night in Selma.
From the West Alabama Newsroom-- Tombigbee Healthcare Authority in Demopolis gets a $900,000 dollar grant to help make healthcare more accessible to people who live in rural communities.
State divers from more than ten different agencies were on the scene, including helicopters and search dogs.
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