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NRA says internal review found no Russian funding

In internal review found no evidence Russian nationals contributed to the gun rights group’s 2016 election activities, the National Rifle Association said. An NRA lawyer offered...

Russian shopping mall fire kills 64; no alarms reported

Witnesses say fire alarms were silent and many doors were locked when a blaze at a Russian shopping mall packed with children and their...

Markets Right Now: Dow surges 669, clawing back lost ground

The latest on developments in financial markets. The Dow Jones industrial average surged nearly 670 points, erasing nearly half the ground it lost last week...

Bad weather hurts search for teen missing off Alabama beach

Poor weather is hindering search efforts for a Wisconsin teenager who went missing while swimming at an Alabama beach. News outlets report the boy was...

Birds flock to Alabama’s Dauphin Island for spring migration

The spring bird migration is underway on Alabama's Dauphin Island, attracting birders from around the nation to see more than 400 species that visit...

Alabama mental health commissioner calls to tackle issues in schools

Alabama's Department of Mental Health Commissioner Lynn Beshear called for mental health prevention and intervention to ensure school safety in an op-ed Saturday. Beshear said...

Charlie Daniels, political candidates take the stage at Opp’s 58th annual Rattlesnake Rodeo

OPP -- Over the weekend, South Alabama's Covington County hosted the 58th Rattlesnake Rodeo, an annual event that highlights the Eastern Diamondback rattlesnake billed as one...

School system in Alabama receives $1.4 million reimbursement

A school system in Alabama has a received $1.4 million reimbursement for money that was wrongly sent to another school system in 2016. Al.com reports...

New high school to be built in central Alabama

The new school in Fultondale is part of Jefferson County Board of Education's $200 million capital outlay plan, Al.com reported. The school system announced...

Man killed in boat crash on Lake Tuscaloosa

Police in Alabama say a boat crash on Lake Tuscaloosa took a man's life. Police tell news outlets that it appears that 63-year-old Danny James...

Birmingham Police officer arrested, released on bond

A police officer in Birmingham, Alabama, has been arrested on two felony charges. AL.com reports the Jefferson County District Attorney's Office issued warrants Friday against Officer Tony...

Alabama gambling magnate Milton McGregor dies at age 78

Alabama gambling magnate Milton McGregor, who waged a legal war to keep his electronic bingo casino open and thwarted federal attempts to prosecute him,...

Alabama boosts pay for state and education employees

Alabama state employees are getting pay raises for the first time in close to a decade. Gov. Kay Ivey on Thursday signed into law bills that provide...

Marine manufacturer AdvanTec to open Alabama facility with 46 workers

Canada-based AdvanTec, a leader in marine manufacturing, announced plans recently to open a new facility in Baldwin County, creating 46 jobs with an annual payroll...

Alabama pro-life sidewalk counselor wins case after getting thrown in cuffs

A judge acquitted a 66-year-old woman after she was arrested while advocating for life outside an Alabama abortion clinic. The Municipal Court of Huntsville, Ala.,...

Huntsville’s NASA center advances 3-D printed rocket engine nozzle technology

 Engineers at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama have developed and tested a new 3-D printing technique to make rocket engine nozzles in a...

LISTEN: Yellowhammer’s Jeff Poor discusses Trump firing Mueller possibilities, Early stages of gubernatorial race

Wednesday on Birmingham’s Superstation 101 WYDE’s “The Line,” Breitbart.tv editor and Yellowhammer News contributing writer Jeff Poor discussed the day’s news with host Andrew...

Alabama House rejects bill to track race in traffic stops

Alabama lawmakers on Thursday refused to debate legislation that would have required police officers to collect data about race and traffic stops. The bill sought to require...

Reward offered in 6-year-old case of Baby Jane Doe

Police found the bones of a little girl six years ago in an Alabama trailer park right next to a long-sleeve pink shirt with...

Alabama Secretary of State to Facebook: ‘Don’t say you helped us with something if you didn’t help’

Secretary of State John Merrill challenged Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s revelation that his company helped disrupt the spreading of false information during Alabama’s special...

Lawsuit over HealthSouth fraud cleared to move forward

The Alabama Supreme Court says one-time employees of the old HealthSouth Corp. can move ahead with a lawsuit over the fraud that nearly wrecked...

2 charged in overdose death, photos of body posted online

Two teenagers in Alabama are accused of posting photos on social media of an overdosed teenager's body before deciding to drive her to a...

Trial date set for Alabama officer charged with murder

A judge has set a trial date for a police officer charged with murder in the shooting death of a man in Montgomery, Alabama. A...

Alabama 3rd state to allow execution by nitrogen gas

Alabama will become the third state to authorize the untested use of nitrogen gas to execute prisoners, under legislation signed into law Thursday by Gov. Kay...