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Snow flurries, freeze warning in north Alabama

Forecasters have issued a freeze warning for north Alabama. The National Weather Service says snow flurries fell in the Tennessee Valley early Monday ahead of a day...

35 tons of catfish products produced in Mississippi recalled

A Mississippi company is recalling around 35 tons (31.75 metric tons) of catfish products that might have been tainted by a compound that poses...

Alabama attorney charged with human trafficking – again

An Alabama attorney faces additional charges of human trafficking just weeks after being arrested on similar charges. Cullman County Sheriff Matt Gentry says Randy Allan...

Alabama police charge young students with terrorist threats

Police in a central Alabama city have charged two 12-year-olds with making terroristic threats toward schools. Prattville Police Chief Mark Thompson says a 12-year-old boy...

Alabama jobless rate drops to 3.7 percent

The state released preliminary, seasonally adjusted numbers Monday showing the jobless rate declined one-tenth of a percent in January from the December rate of...

Maxwell Air Force Base honoring Medal of Honor recipient

Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery is remembering a Medal of Honor recipient on the 50th anniversary of his death during the Vietnam War. A...

Report — White House chief of staff killed EPA administrator’s public global warming debate

President Donald Trump’s chief of staff killed EPA chief Scott Pruitt’s idea to publicly debate the merits and demerits of man-made global warming, according...

Alabama man sentenced to prison for marijuana garden

A north Alabama man is going to prison for growing marijuana in his backyard. A judge this week sentenced 40-year-old Robert Michael Musick of Athens...

Alabama advisory board gets updates on chronic wasting disease, snapper

As expected, the focus of the first Alabama Conservation Advisory Board meeting of the year was the increased awareness and efforts to keep chronic...

Sick! Washington Post writer said she’d kill her unborn child if test showed ‘intellectual capacity’ impaired

Washington Post columnist Ruth Marcus wrote in a recent column that she would have killed her unborn child if a test determined it had Down...

‘Trumpsteria’ keeps Democrats acting like fools

If liberals would quit acting so crazy, maybe they would have a chance of making significant gains in Congress in the upcoming midterm elections...

Alabama Rep. Bradley Byrne on 2020 U.S. Senate run: ‘I’m actively looking at it’

In an interview published on Friday with The Baldwin Times' Cliff McCollum, Rep. Bradley Byrne (R-Fairhope) validated speculation that he is considering a 2020 run...

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Official: School metal detectors not in use day of Alabama shooting

Metal detectors at an Alabama high school were not in use the day a 17-year-old student was killed in a shooting on campus, the...

Alabama communities raising a stink over sewage train

A train transporting sewage from New York and New Jersey has prompted complaints of a rotten stench and fly infestations in Alabama with Birmingham...

Huffman High in Birmingham where school shooting happened now closed

    Birmingham closed one of its largest schools for a thorough safety sweep Thursday after metal detectors and other security measures failed to keep students...

Alabama Rep. Bradley Byrne introduces the ‘‘Protecting Our Children’s Future Act of 2018” to reform congressional budget process

Rep. Bradley Byrne (R-Fairhope) introduced the ‘‘Protecting Our Children’s Future Act of 2018” on Thursday, a bill that would significantly alter how Congress passes...

Will Ainsworth first lieutenant governor hopeful to air campaign ads, launches statewide radio effort

    It begins. Will Ainsworth became the first candidate for lieutenant governor to go up on the air after launching a statewide radio campaign Thursday. The conservative...

3 charged with murder of Alabama toddler killed in drive-by shooting

    Three people have been charged with capital murder in the shooting death of an Alabama toddler. Huntsville Police Lt. Michael Johnson says in a news...

Craig Ford’s newspaper deletes favorable reference to Mack Butler made by syndicated columnist – Heard in the Hallway

Yellowhammer News just heard in the hallway that the weekly newspaper owned by State Rep. Craig Ford, I-Gadsden, apparently removed a favorable reference to...

Dauphin Island mayor says town is ready for spring break

    Dauphin Island officials say the Alabama resort town has largely recovered from hurricane damage and is preparing to host vacationers as spring break season...

Attorney: Alabama inmate endured ‘torture’ before execution halted

    A lawyer for an Alabama inmate whose lethal injection was halted after staffers could not connect an intravenous line argued Monday that his client...

Some enviro-projects get funded along Alabama coast

The city of Mobile will get an infusion of $40 million to help with some environmental projects. The monies assigned come from a trust fund...

Lee County public fishing lake will reopen Feb. 1

    Lee County Public Fishing Lake will reopen on February 1, 2018, under the operation of new lake managers Chris and Tina Wright. The lake had...