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Throughout the month of July, Alabama News Network is bringing you in-depth interviews with all of the Montgomery mayoral candidates.
Six candidates are vying for the job.
Another round of emergency repairs will be done at Troy's wastewater treatment plant. This is the second aerator to break due to age since September.
Alabama's chief election official is reminding residents that the deadline to register to vote in the general election is Oct. 20.
On Thanksgiving Day, many stores in our area will open up for early holiday shoppers. That sometimes gets some backlash from customers or employees, but in some states, it's illegal to open at all Thanksgiving Day.
Both the number one team in the country and the number four team in the country are staying in Montgomery to get mentally focused on the Iron Bowl.
An apartment that civil rights icon Rosa Parks once lived in has been vandalized.
In many cities in our area, labor and delivery units at hospitals are a thing of the past. That's forcing many women to make long drives to deliver their babies. But why are so many hospitals shutting them down?
Changes are on the way to Alabama State University's administration.
Alexander City is cracking down on the city's pet ordinance. That's after some residents say they're being attacked by neighborhood dogs, including one woman, who was bitten badly enough to go to a hospital.
It's a new year and time for new beginnings, and one Montgomery family is celebrating that in an extra special way by welcoming a new baby.
Murphy vs. Murphy. We are continuing to follow the aftermath of Montgomery Police Chief Kevin Murphy's forced retirement.
A former Alabama State University trustee says he believes a contract signed by school President Gwendolyn Boyd violates the school's anti-nepotism policy.
Tallassee police are investigating after a body is found.
CBS 8 and ABC Montgomery are taking action against crime -- a series of car break-ins has Greenville residents on high alert and police searching for the person who did the crime.
It's another day of cleaning up from the Hangout Festival on Alabama's coast.
New information on a fire in Elmore county that left a family homeless -- state fire marshalls tell us the fire has been ruled as arson.
Butler County Schools new Superintendent, Amy Bryan, says the county has not had a strategic plan since 2011, and after complaints last fall from parents concerned their voices were not being heard, she is aiming to change that.
The city of Prattville has provided EMS services for Autauga County for years -- but now, city and county leaders are discussing whether that service will continue.
Flags are at half-mast all across the country as people remember the September 11 attacks -- but for one Alexander City man, the moments constantly replay in his mind because his brother was killed in the attacks.
Ellis Eskew joined CBS 8 in October 2012. She is now the midday news anchor for Alabama News Network. She anchors at 11:00 a.m. and noon, and co-anchors at 5:00 and 5:30 p.m. with Jeff Sanders. With 18 years of…
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