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Alabama is looking for a new state forester.
Music lessons during childhood can pay dividends much later in life even for people who haven’t touched an instrument in decades.
Doctors are using an interactive computer program to help patients deal with depression.
A new study is raising concerns about testosterone therapy.
From the West Alabama Newsroom-- A Selma woman convicted of manslaughter in the 2009 stabbing death of her then boyfriend -- gets a ten year sentence Tuesday in Selma.
A jury has ruled that some landowners are entitled to millions of dollars for property now used by Montgomery's Hyundai plant.
A new national report says 270,000 Alabamians are eligible for tax credits under the new federal health care law if they purchase coverage through the new health insurance marketplace.
The owner of Fuego Hookah Lounge in Montgomery now says he believes race is the reason people oppose his business.
There are almost two hundred inmates on Alabama's death row, including one who is there 33 years after the double murders of which he was convicted.
Bradley Byrne has won the Republican runoff in Alabama's 1st Congressional District.
A new bill that will come up in the next session off the Legislature would replace school textbooks with tablet devices.
One school in Montgomery is already incorporating gadgets in the classroom.
New information on a house fire in Elmore County -- Fire marshals tell us it has now turned into a criminal investigation...
The Greenville Police Department Tactical Team placed 3rd for the State of Alabama in a Swat Team competition, and they say they are the smallest team to place in the competition's history.
The Covington County Sheriff's Department says they are investigating a shooting after a man walked into Mitzell Hospital in Opp with a shotgun wound in his leg.
A wreck on a dirt road leaves seven teenagers hurt. A man who lives nearby and survived a similar crash wants teens to know that accidents like that can have life-changing consequences.
A tremendous amount of rain this summer caused a lot of fear for farmers across Alabama.
Dec. 7, 14, & 21 from 4 pm to 7 pm shoppers can enjoy holiday carriage rides through The Shoppes at Eastchase. Carriages rides will be $10 for adults and $5 for kids. Take a ride around EastChase and enjoy…
Kids can enjoy yummy treats with Santa at Williams-Sonoma at The Shoppes at EastChase on Saturday, Dec. 7, and at Panera Bread on Saturday, Dec. 21! The baking fun will be $5 and participants must register by Thursday, Dec. 5…
The state's utility regulatory board has approved a new rate plan for Alabama Gas Co. that is forecast to save customers money.
The 24th Annual Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis will be held on December 7 at 8:30 am at Huntingdon College. Wear a holiday-themed costume, tie jingle bells to your shoe laces, and raise funds to fight arthritis, the nation‘s leading…
Middle-aged women who follow a Mediterranean-style diet are more likely to be in better physical and mental health as they age.
The festive holiday celebration will kick off on Friday, December 6th at 6 pm with the unveiling of the famous Gingerbread Village following the city of Auburn Holiday Parade. Guests are invited to gather in The Hotel at Auburn University…
The Fourth Annual Montgomery River Region Veterans Day Parade will begin at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, November 11, 2013 in front of the State Capitol and proceed down Dexter Avenue. Following the parade, the Capitol Sounds Band will perform a…
Kick off the Season with the Capital City‘s very merry Christmas Parade on Friday, December 6 filled with oh-so-jolly floats and festivities. Celebrate this special season and gather with loved ones for a night that is sure to make all…
Landmarks Foundation presents their Annual Father Daughter Diamond Princess Ball on Friday December 6 from 6 pm to 8 pm at the Capital City Club. For girls grade six and under. Black tie optional. Refreshments provided. Please call for reservations…
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