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Governor bentley is making his first official visit to Japan.
A small group of Alabama State University faculty and students are rallying in support of the search for their next president.
Do you think men or women are generally healthier?
New research finds more than 18-percent of young people in the United States have hay fever and children in the south suffer more.
A new study finds expectant moms are at a higher risk for serious blood clots if they are admitted to the hospital during pregnancy for reasons other than delivery.
He's one of the most successful comedians of all time, an author, an actor and now a talk and game show host.
Auburn University at Montgomery longtime basketball coach Larry Chapman will retire after spending 37 years with the university.
It's almost that time of year. While it is the season of giving,
local charities tell us they are needing an extra hand this year.
From the West Alabama Newsroom-- Selma Police are trying to catch a jewel thief -- after a smash and grab break-in at a downtown jewelry store.
Walking in to pay a water bill is now a thing of the past at one of Montgomery's Water Works payment offices. Only drive-thru service is available. While managers say the change has saved them money, some customers say it's also caused long lines.
One Greenville Farmer says the season was backwards for pecans and that could affect holiday prices for treats and meals.
Police say fingerprints are one of the most effective ways to find and identify a suspect, but processing them takes a lot of work and manpower.
Alabama State Univeristy has a new student member for the school's presidential search committee.
Tomorrow night is a big night for High School Football in Alabama, especially in Troy. Undefeated Charles Henderson will take on Dora in the first round of playoffs.
Governor Robert Bentley has awarded grants to help create jobs and improve the economy in Alabama's Black Belt.
A federal judge has set a hearing Dec. 6 on restitution payments by three former state corrections employees who've been sentenced to prison in connection with the beating death of an inmate.
Speaking a second language may help delay dementia.
German researchers say education may play a role in what kinds of food adults eat.
A University of California study finds kids with autism are up to 8 times more likely to have stomach problems.
Alabama Nature Center Go Hike Weekend will be held Saturday November 16 from 8 am to 5 pm and Sunday November 17 1 pm to 5 pm. Enjoy hiking five miles of scenic ANC trails while learning about the fascinating…
Running Thursday, November 14 - November 23. The long-awaited sequel to the popular "The 1940s Radio Hour". It's Christmas Eve 1943, and the Feddington Players are now broadcasting from a hole-in-the-wall studio in Newark, NJ, and set to present their…
Every fourth Saturday, Cupcakes by Tish will now host Cupcake Decorating Workshops. Classes will be offered for children ages 4-6, 7-10 and 12-15 between the 12pm and 6 pm at The Shoppes at EastChase. The hour long workshop is $25…
Monday November 25 at 7:30 pm, the Montgomery Symphony Orchestra presents Maestro Hinds leads the MSO in an all-American program featuring pianist Adonis Gonzalez in Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue.
In observance of the 58th anniversary of the Montgomery Bus Boycott and the arrest of Rosa Parks, Troy University Rosa Parks Museum admission is free on December 2, 2013 only. The purpose of the Rosa Parks Museum is to uphold…
Rumors of Alabama head football coach Nick Saban were circulating Wednesday. They were about whether Saban might be interested in becoming head coach at the University of Texas. He addressed those rumors at a press conference.
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