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I can't help but wonder…Well it isn't 2002, and I'm far from Manhattan, but there's still some things I just can't help but wonder...

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No bad apples here: Oak Park TrailsThis is totally unfair to the trails out of Oak Park, though, and so when I came across a description of a loop trail starting at Oak Park and taking in a trail I didn't recognize the name of, I decided it was high time to give the area another shot.

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Official: Alabama students with virus had partiesTuscaloosa joined the short list of Alabama cities requiring face masks to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus after an official said students who knew they were infected with the virus had attended parties in the area.

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Alabama sets new state records for COVID-19 hospitalizationsTuesday, Alabama hospitals admitted a record number of COVID-19 patients, filing 112 new beds statewide.

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Scattered To Numerous Showers And Storms Until Further NoticeIt was another day of unsettled weather across central and south Alabama, with widespread showers and storms.

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Pay It Forward: DeAngelo and Davetta Zeigler of EclecticThey own Wow Catering. Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic began, they decided they would not allow any child to go hungry.

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Bicyclist Killed in Crash with Vehicle Near Carmichael RoadOn Wednesday, July 1, around 12:30 am, Montgomery police and Fire Medics responded to the area of Carmichael Road and Town Place Drive in reference to a motor vehicle crash involving a pedestrian on a bicycle.

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Tuscaloosa Officials Reiterate City's No-fireworks RulesAs July 4 approaches, Tuscaloosa officials want to remind residents that they are not free to set off their own fireworks.

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Greene County Issues Face Mask OrdinanceThere are some exceptions, such as when outdoors in a group of fewer than 10 people where everyone can practice social distancing.

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Alabama students gamble on who gets sick at 'COVID-19 parties'Students in Tuscaloosa, Alabama are reportedly attending "COVID parties" where attendees gamble on who will get sick first, according to local officials.

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Tuscaloosa County Superintendent Walter Davie RetiresCommunity members celebrated the retirement of Tuscaloosa County School System Superintendent Dr. Walter Davie with a parade.

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Sorority Registers Voters Ahead Of Primary DeadlineThe event, called, "More than a March," centered around fostering civic engagement. Participants were able to register to vote and were informed about the importance of the 2020 census.

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Alabama counties react to 'very high' risk COVID ratingThe Alabama Health Department's new rating system for counties has gotten the attention of certain residents.

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Army secretary visits Dynetics facility in Huntsville — ‘What you do protects our way of life'HUNTSVILLE — Secretary of the United States Army Ryan McCarthy visited a facility in Huntsville on Wednesday.

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Tommy Tuberville's campaign bus goes up in flames on Alabama highwayU.S. Senate candidate Tommy Tuberville's "The People vs. The Swamp" campaign bus went up in flames Wednesday night on the side of a north Alabama interstate.

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Tuscaloosa Joins List of Alabama Cities Requiring Face Masks to be WornTuscaloosa has joined the short list of Alabama cities requiring face masks to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19.

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Senate candidate's campaign bus catches on fire in AlabamaU.S. Senate candidate Tommy Tuberville's campaign bus went up in flames Wednesday night on the side of a north Alabama interstate.

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Alabama Senior Thesis: Deonte BrownBamaOnLine's new Senior Thesis series will examine every scholarship senior on the roster, from the paths they've taken to the places they're hoping to go.

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Alexander Shunnarah donates 777 pizzas to frontline workers at two Alabama hospitalsAlexander Shunnarah Personal Injury Attorneys, P.C. recently participated in a national challenge to feed frontline heroes across the United States.

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Library offers virtual 'Back to School Boot Camp'Believe it or not, it's almost time to start thinking about going back to school.

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Alabama Power Foundation's community impact gets national attention in new handbookCalhoun said Alabama Power was founded on the premise that "What's good for Alabama is good for the company." That means that although Alabama Power is first and foremost an electric utility, it's also dedicated to doing its part to make life better for the communities it serves.

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James Spann: Scattered showers, storms remain in the forecast for AlabamaAn ocean of humidity will remain parked over the Deep South Thursday through Sunday. That means we will deal with scattered showers and thunderstorms daily; with high precipitable water values where storms form, they will be efficient rain producers.

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Alabama students throwing 'COVID parties' to see who gets infected: OfficialsRising infections prompt Gov. Kay Ivy to extend 'Safer at Home' orders.

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Montgomery Area Pastors Leading Conversations of "Racial Restoration"Montgomery area pastors are renewing their pleas for peace, unity and what they're calling "racial restoration".

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Alabama State Athletics release 'Return to Play' PlanThe Alabama State University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, in conjunction with the release of the University's Return to Campus Plan, released their Return to Play plan for its student-athletes.

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Dale Jackson: Requiring cloth coverings is a violation of your freedom? No, please wear a mask when prudentPolling shows most Americans support wearing masks, but more should be doing it, unfortunately, those that need to be convinced are unwilling to be reasoned with.

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Season 2 Episode 2: Best Auburn athlete nicknamesAs we continue to be without sports, hopefully for not much longer, the guys talk about their favorite Auburn nicknames from "Smoke" to the "Round Mound of Rebound." They also discuss some of the recent happenings in recruiting, Auburn transfer news and Jared Harper's new team.

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Explaining Alabama's new color coded COVID-19 mapADPH is now using a color coded map of the state's 67 counties that features four colors to give a visual look at current conditions.

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Auburn Medical Supply Company Creating 220 Jobs After $163 Million ExpansionGovernor Kay Ivey announced Wednesday that SiO2 Materials Science plans to invest $163 million in an expansion at its Auburn facility after securing a major contract to supply the federal government with vials to support the COVID-19 vaccine effort.

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Alabama's Top Health Officer: Without Compliance, Health Orders Can Only Go So FarThe surge in COVID-19 infections throughout Alabama is forcing Gov. Kay Ivey to rethink plans to reopen the state.

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Auburn's SiO2 plans $163M expansion to boost vaccine vial productionAlabama's SiO2 is hiring 220 people to scale up production after securing a major government contract to supply vials to support the COVID-19 vaccine effort.

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A World Without Ice: Alabama Hockey Rebuilds Amidst AdversityThe Frozen Tide has been forced to train and condition in isolation and without ice to skate on during the pandemic.

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Alabama students throwing 'covid parties' to see who gets sick, officials sayHow ignorant do you have to be? Students in Tuscaloosa, Ala., who tested positive for the coronavirus have been attending parties in that area as part of a perplexing and unwise contest to see who will be the first to contract covid-19, according to an ABC News report.

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UAB health expert gives tips for a safe family vacationWhether traveling by plane or car, what are the risks related to your destination? If traveling by air, Bordelon said you will need to take into account the number of available flights, how many connections, the size of the airport and transportation from the airport to your destination.

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Tuscaloosa Fire And Rescue Warns Of Fireworks Risks Before Independence DayThe typical Fourth of July sees more fires in the U.S. than every other day in the year, and about half of these fires are caused by fireworks.

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Tuscaloosans Honor Fallen Officer With Memorial RideCousette was killed in the line of duty on September 16, 2019, while serving a warrant.

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ALEA: Train Derails after Two-Vehicle Crash in Autauga CountyOn Wednesday, July 1, around 12:01 p.m., Alabama Law Enforcement Agency State Troopers responded to the scene of a two-vehicle accident involving a train and a commercial vehicle.

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'forward Together' Panel Discusses Future Of PolicingPanelists included the Honorable Judge John. England Jr., Deputy District Attorney Justin Jones, Councilwoman Sonya McKinstry and Jon Quitt, among others.

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Heart Gallery Alabama: CarilishiaCarilishia, born February 2008, is a bright young lady and a star at heart. She enjoys coloring and having quiet time.

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Birmingham's Lee Styslinger praises Trump's USMCA taking effect — ‘Historic chapter for North American trade'Altec Chairman and CEO Lee Styslinger III on Wednesday announced his endorsement of the formal implementation and "Entry Into Force" of the United Agreement , the historic trade deal negotiated by President Donald Trump's administration that replaces NAFTA.

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List of Local 4th of July Fireworks ShowsBecause of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, fireworks celebrations have been scaled back across our area this year.

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Aliceville Community Calls For Justice In Brandon Peoples MurderPeoples, a 27-year-old father, was shot and killed on Monday, May 31 in Pickens County.

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Doug Jones releases campaign ad urging Alabamians to wear masks, social distance — ‘Our health depends on each other'Senator Doug Jones' reelection campaign posted a new video ad entitled, "For Each Other." The spot encourages Alabamians to wear masks and social distance.

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Fireworks and Celebratory Gunfire prohibition in Birmingham, ALUnfortunately some citizens choose to celebrate by igniting fireworks and irresponsibly fire weapons in the air.

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Alabama carries on five-star recruit streak with 2021 commitment from DE Dallas TurnerAlabama has had at least two five-star commitments in each recruiting class going back to the 2017 cycle, and that streak will continue in 2021 after defensive end Dallas Turner announced his commitment to the Crimson Tide on Wednesday.

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Birmingham Police's Assault Investigation and Child ShotBirmingham, AL. The Birmingham Police Department reports detectives are conducting an assault investigation. The incident occurred on Wednesday, June 30, 2020.

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Annual Property Tax Sell Scheduled for July 8 CanceledThe annual tax sale that was scheduled for July 8 has been canceled because the courthouse is closed due to COVID-19 and ongoing construction.

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National analysts weigh in on Dallas Turner to Alabama247Sports national and regional team weigh in on what Dallas Turner brings to Alabama.

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State Marine Agencies Launch Operation Dry Water CampaignState marines came together Wednesday, July 1 to launch their Operation Dry Water campaign at Lake Point Resort on Lake Eufaula.

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Special unit to treat nursing home patients with COVID-19 to serve Jefferson CountyThe University of Alabama at Birmingham and the Jefferson County Commission, in conjunction with NHS Management, will establish a special 25-bed unit to treat patients from nursing home facilities who have COVID-19.

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Staying safe on Alabama's waterways this July 4th weekend amid the coronavirus pandemicBALDWIN COUNTY, Ala. — As we approach the Fourth of July weekend, we know more boaters will be out on the waters.

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Anniston's 44-year-old Book Rack saved from closing by new ownersBook lovers will continue to have access to 70,000 titles.

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Alabama COVID-19 hospitalizations at new high for second straight dayTuesday marked the second day in a row that Alabama saw a record number of patients in hospitals with COVID-19, and it came on the same day Gov.

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Huntsville Hospital: Five children hospitalized with coronavirus in North AlabamaHe said it's the first time they've seen this during the pandemic.

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Hard-hit Alabama nursing home reports milestone with zero COVID-19 casesA nursing home is finally seeing some good news in its fight against the COVID-19 pandemic after 88 residents and 37 employees tested positive.

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Dr. Barbara Cooper takes helm at Alabama Department of Early Childhood EducationGovernor Kay Ivey on Wednesday announced the appointment of Dr. Barbara Cooper as secretary of the Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education , effective immediately.

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Tuscaloosans Speak Out In Light Of Recent Gun ViolenceThey held a peaceful protest calling for gun violence prevention measures. Witnesses of the shooting said there were dozens of shots fired.

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Lowndes County Commission Votes Unanimously to Remove Confederate Monument from Hayneville Town SquareMany towns and cities around the nation have been removing Confederate Monuments after racial tensions heightened around the country.

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Baseball's Minor Leagues Cancel 2020 SeasonThe National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues madeRead More.

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The Latest: Virginia Governor Scales Back Restaurants, BarsVirginia Gov. Ralph Northam says the state's restaurants will not be allowed to fully reopen their bars as previously planned.

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Historical record thin on specifics regarding Alabama's flag designRep. John Sanford, Jr. sponsored the bill that created Alabama's state flag. Sanford served in the 60th Alabama Infantry Regiment during the Civil War, and some believe he used that regiment's battle flag as a pattern to design the state flag which bears St. Andrew's Cross in crimson over white.

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Teens, Young Adults Testing Positive For Covid, Partying AnywayTeens and young adults are ignoring medical advice and going out after testing positive for COVID-19, Tuscaloosa Fire Chief Randy Smith says.

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Governor Ivey Appoints Dr. Barbara Cooper as Secretary of Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education"Dr. Barbara Cooper has spent her professional career dedicated to helping students achieve their greatest..."

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Alabama turns to homegrown celebrities to urge face mask useAlabama is rolling out a new series of public service announcements, or PSAs, with familiar faces.

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Governor Ivey Appoints New Secretary of the Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education"Dr. Barbara Cooper has spent her professional career dedicated to helping students achieve their greatest potential."

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Seventh Alabama inmate dies after testing positive for COVID-19A seventh Alabama inmate has died after testing positive for COVID-19, and the man is the second person from the infirmary at the Staton Correctional Facility to have tested positive for the virus and subsequently died.

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Governor appoints Barbara Cooper as secretary of Department of Early Childhood Education"Dr. Barbara Cooper has spent her professional career dedicated to helping students achieve their greatest potential."

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Elmore Prison Inmate Dies from COVID-19Daniel Everett, 74, who was serving a life sentence for production of obscene matter involving children under the age of 17 out of Madison County at Staton Correctional Facility in Elmore, passed away on June 30.

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Police: 5-year-old Boy Shot, Wounded While Riding In CarBirmingham Police Sgt. Rod Mauldin said the child's condition was life-threatening. Mauldin said the child was in a vehicle traveling on Martin Luther King Drive Tuesday afternoon when an unknown person fired shots at theRead More.

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New public pavilion opens at Smith LakeFishermen and fishing tournaments now have a shaded place to host weigh-ins.

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Anonymous customer donates car to Alabama restaurant employee — ‘God's grace'Taco Casa of Tuscaloosa on Monday shared a video showing the moment one of its employees found out that an anonymous customer bought him a car.

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Alabama appeals COVID-19 voting decision to U.S. Supreme CourtAlabama has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to reverse a lower court's decision allowing curbside voting during the July 14 Republican runoff amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Alabama's college COVID plan for the fall-what you need to knowPrograms are in place to contain the spread of COVID-19 on campuses - these include widespread tests for students in addition to a self-check app system.

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Summer may decide fate of leading shots in vaccine racePeople on six continents already are getting jabs in the arm as the race for a COVID-19 vaccine enters a defining summer, with even bigger studies poised to prove if any shot really works - and maybe offer a reality check.

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U.S. Chamber endorses Jerry Carl in AL-1The U.S. Chamber of Commerce today endorsed Jerry Carl in the race for Congress in Alabama's 1st District.

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Children's of Alabama Boosts Time with Patients by Optimizing Technology with Pure StorageMOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., July 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ - Pure Storage , the IT pioneer that delivers storage as-a-service in a multi-cloud world, announced today that the Children's of Alabama hospital chose Pure Storage as the organization's data solution to ensure that nurses, doctors, practitioners, as well as administrative and support staff have...

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Nick Saban, Alabama Football recruiting momentum continuesIs Alabama about to reel in some more recruits?

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James Spann: A couple of rounds of storms likely today in AlabamaLike recent days, the main threat will come from strong straight-line winds and hail. Otherwise, we expect more clouds than sun today with a high in the mid to upper 80s for most places.

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Wake-Up Wednesday: The Cheap Seats by AlabamaI wrote this blog without looking up on Twitter to see if Alabama had been cancelled, so my bad if they were recently cancelled for something.

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7 Things: 'Safer at Home' order extended in Alabama, one in nine seniors who get the coronavirus die, Trump won't rally for Tuberville and more…Governor Kay Ivey's "Safer at Home" order has now been extended until July 31 but there are no major changes to the order.

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Rep. Sewell leads 83 members of Congress to push for $86 billion for broadband expansionU.S. Rep. Terri Sewell, D-Alabama, and David Trone, D-Maryland, led 82 of their colleagues in sending a letter Tuesday to leaders of the House and Senate urging them to include in any future COVID-19 relief package at least $86 billion for the deployment of high-speed broadband internet.

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After public apology, councilman's priority is keeping the most vulnerable safe from COVID-19Montgomery City Councilman Glen Pruitt's change of heart after a failed mask order vote on June 18 was a rarity in politics — a public apology that took responsibility for his own reasoning rather than shifting blame to his critics' reaction to it.

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As health order extends, lawmakers want some authorityWhile Gov. Kay Ivey's Tuesday "Safer At Home" order extension doesn't change what's being asked of the public and some businesses, the mechanics behind her order are different.

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Governor appoints Jim Naftel as Jefferson County probate judgeGov. Kay Ivey on Wednesday appointed Birmingham attorney James "Jim" Naftel II as Jefferson County probate judge place 1.

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Brooks to vote no on Democratic infrastructure billCongressman Mo Brooks, R-Alabama, said he will vote no this week on a Democratic infrastructure bill in the House, which he said was "socialism" cloaked in an infrastructure bill.

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Alabama Public Health: Color-coded system guides COVID-19 reopening recommendations"Calculation for each county's risk of COVID-19 spread in the community is based on the increasing or decreasing trend in the number of new cases each day."

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University of Alabama graduate tells his COVID-19 storyUniversity of Alabama graduate shares his experience with COVID-19 after a weekend out on the town.

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Mayor Terry Holley endorses Jeff ColemanJeff Coleman's campaign for Congress in Alabama's 2nd Congressional District said this week that Coleman has been endorsed by Florala Mayor Terry Holley.

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Aderholt opposes D.C. statehood and Democratic police reform billCongressman Robert Aderholt, R-Alabama, updated his constituents on two major pieces of legislation that were before the House of Representatives: police reform and D.C. statehood.

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Alabama fire official fled from fatal crash sceneA fire official in Alabama has been charged with leaving the scene of a car crash that killed a 22-year-old motorcyclist, according to authorities.

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GOP Senate runoff in less than two weeksFolks, we are less than two weeks away from our election contest for our U.S. Senate Seat.

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In pandemic, taxes on online purchases up; trend concerns educatorsIn the months that Alabamians largely stayed home because of COVID-19, tax collections on goods bought online increased sharply while sales tax on goods bought at bricks-and-mortar locations dropped.

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Alabama Football: Crimson Tide 2021 recruiting updateAlabama football has some ground to cover in the 2021 recruiting rankings. These names will help them move up the ladder in the coming weeks.

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Tuscaloosa joins Alabama cities requiring face masksTUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Tuscaloosa has joined the short list of Alabama cities requiring face masks to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19.

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Port of Mobile sets record for single-vessel export tonnage, ties record for largest bulk carrierThe Alabama State Port Authority this week welcomed the NSU VOYAGER, which loaded a Port of Mobile record 135,484 short tons of export metallurgical coal at McDuffie Coal Terminal.

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Fauci: US 'going in wrong direction' in coronavirus outbreakThe U.S. is "going in the wrong direction" with the coronavirus surging badly enough that Dr. Anthony Fauci told senators Tuesday some regions are putting the entire country at risk — just as schools and colleges are wrestling with how to safely reopen.

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Nick Saban, Alabama football will have to shift mindset to play in 2020Steven M. Sipple of the Lincoln Star Journal offers insight from inside the Nebraska program.

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You can now pay for parking in Birmingham with your smartphoneThe City of Birmingham has entered into an agreement with a tech company that will allow anyone parking in the downtown area to pay for their spot with an app.

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Alabama church leaders plead with governor to expand MedicaidSome of the longest-serving faith leaders in Alabama said they have met with Gov. Kay Ivey about expanding Medicaid as the coronavirus pandemic tests a strained state health care system.

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Dallas Turner Commits to Alabama FootballDallas Tuner commits to Alabama and becomes the second Georgia miss on a highly coveted defensive target in consecutive days.

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More Strong Storms Possible TodayA tropical air mass is in place across Alabama as dew points are ranging from the lower to mid 70s, that is air you can wear.

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Letters to the Editor: If the Alabama Hills are renamed, what about the state of Alabama?To the editor: If those trying to change the name of the Alabama Hills just east of the Sierra Nevada bothered to look farther back than the Civil War, they would discover that the word "Alabama" is actually a Native American word derived from one of the tribes that lived in the area we call Alabama.

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Alabama SI Cover Tournament: Promised Land vs. The TornadoHelp BamaCentral determine which Alabama Sports Illustrated cover is the best, and a Top 25 list.

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Alabama Won't Take No for An Answer, Asks SCOTUS to Stop Curbside Voting During PandemicThe State of Alabama has now appealed the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals' decision denying a stay in a case about voting rights during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Alabama coronavirus: Gov. Ivey makes no major changes to state responseThe cases continue to rise. But Alabama's approach to COVID-19 will remain the same.

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Alabama's Doug Jones: Senator releases ad backing masksDemocratic Sen. Doug Jones of Alabama is running a new television ad commending people in his state for following the advice of medical professionals and wearing masks, as top Republicans pressure President Donald Trump to encourage Americans to wear them to limit the spread of coronavirus.

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Obituaries 07.01.2020Mildred Flora Francisco Sabin, 79, passed away Sunday, June 28, 2020 at the Choctaw General Hospital.

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Classifieds 07.01.20202 br./1 ba., 133 Robin's Circle, Lisman, $400 a month or $55,000 rent to own.

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Tuscaloosa joins Alabama cities requiring face masksTuscaloosa has joined the short list of Alabama cities requiring face masks to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19.

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Alabama announces closure of red snapper season for private anglersAfter completing a review of the first 20 days of the proposed 2020 private angler red snapper season, the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources anticipates the quota for...

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Report: Alabama college students partied while knowing they had coronavirusSeveral Alabama college students who knew they had contracted the coronavirus went out to parties anyway, according to a report from a Birmingham TV station.

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Police capture Conway armed robbery suspect in AlabamaA man accused of robbing two victims inside a Conway store is back in Horry County after he was captured in Alabama.

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Alabama's Doug Jones: Senator releases ad backing masksDemocratic Sen. Doug Jones of Alabama is running a new television ad commending people in his state for following the advice of medical professionals and wearing masks, as top Republicans pressure President Donald Trump to encourage Americans to wear them to limit the spread of coronavirus.

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University of Alabama offers COVID-19 testing in EutawThe University of Alabama offered free coronavirus testing at the Eutaw Activity Center Tuesday morning.

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No Barons, Biscuits or Trash Pandas: Minor League Baseball officially cancels 2020 seasonMinor League Baseball announced on Tuesday that the 2020 season has officially been canceled. Fans of Alabama's three minor.

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Historical record thin on specifics regarding Alabama's flag designWhile Mississippi and Florida both displayed the confederate symbol on their flags, the intention of Alabama's design isn't as direct.

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Dallas Co. Officials Give Away Thousands of Free Face MasksThe Dallas County Commission - and the Dallas County Sheriff's Office - teamed up to give away thousands of facial masks to people - in Selma.

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Ultimate Alabama Athletes: Ruthie BoltonToday’s Ultimate Alabama Athlete is Ruthie Bolton. Bolton played her college ball at Auburn University before moving on to the WNBA where she played 7 years for the Sacramento Monarchs.

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Home sales in Mobile area decline in May as COVID-19 makes impactYear-to-date sales remain up 4% from the same period in 2019.

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ALEA Troopers Remind Motorists to 'Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over' during Fourth of July WeekendAlabamians of all ages love to celebrate the Fourth of July with family, friends, food and fireworks.

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5-year-old shot and transported to Children's of Alabama in critical conditionA 5-year-old child was shot and transported to Children's of Alabama in unknown condition late Tuesday afternoon.

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State of Alabama launches new color coded COVID-19 mapThe Alabama Department of Public Health rolled out a new color-coded coronavirus map Tuesday. The state created a tool to help track the spread.

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DEMARCO: Alabama students deserve best education options despite pandemicWhen schools shut down in Alabama last March, it was hard for students and teachers to imagine that they would not return back to the classroom until the next school year.

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Alabama troopers issue Missing Child Alert for teenager out of MontgomeryThe Montgomery Police Department and Alabama troopers issued a Missing Child alert Thursday eveing for a teenager out of Montgomery and are asking for the public's assistance.

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Alabama Swimming and Diving Earns CSCAA Scholar All-America Team HonorsThe Alabama men's and women's swimming and diving teams both earned Scholar All-America Team recognition from the College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America for the spring semester.

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East Alabama doctor shares clinic's challenges during COVID-19According to the American Medical Association, 97 percent of medical practices across the country have been negatively impacted financially because of COVID-19.

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A Decent Chance For Storms Each DayA very active weather pattern will continue across our area through the upcoming holiday weekend.

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No new restrictions as Ivey urges Alabamians to heed warnings, wear masksAlabama won't have any new public health restrictions to stop the surging coronavirus, but Gov.

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Alabama's first Tourism Improvement District goes into effect in Mobile July 1"The Tourism Improvement District is a game changer and is a terrific example of what coming together collectively can do to raise the bar in elevating lodging and tourism in our great city," said Kent Blackinton, president of the Mobile Area Lodging Association.

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Alabama Republicans express disappointment over Supreme Court striking down Louisiana abortion restrictionIn a 5-4 decision handed down Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a Louisiana law requiring all abortion providers in the state to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital.

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Officials: Alabama fire official fled from fatal crash scene on I-59/20A fire official in Alabama has been charged with leaving the scene of a car crash that killed a 22-year-old motorcyclist, according to authorities.

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New Alabama COVID-19 order includes slight change on hospital visitationsWhile Gov. Kay Ivey's new COVID-19 order Tuesday imposed no new restrictions, it did make one notable change.

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Rural broadband: It's past timeAs it turns out, we just thought we understood how much we needed better broadband accessibility in Alabama.

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Biscuits, Minor League Baseball Season officially CancelledDue to the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 Virus Major League Baseball and Minor League Baseball have announced that the 2020 MILB Season has been cancelled.

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Book Review: Just MercyIn Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption, attorney and founder of the Equal Justice Initiative , Bryan Stevenson, recounts his experiences working to appeal the sentences of prison inmates, particularly those on death row.

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Ivey appoints Jim Naftel as presiding Jefferson County probate judgeNaftel, a shareholder at the prestigious law firm of Maynard Cooper and Gale, fills the vacant Place 1 spot on the probate court and becomes the chief elections official of Alabama's largest county.

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Death Investigation Launched After Woman Found Unconscious in Forrest Hills Neighborhood Pronounced DeadThe Montgomery Police Department is has launched a death investigation after a body was found in a Montgomery neighborhood.

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James Spann: Sun, heat, storms for Alabama through the weekendHeavier storms Wednesday afternoon could produce strong winds and hail. Odds of any one spot getting wet each day through Friday will be in the 40% to 50% range, and highs will be mostly between 87 and 90 degrees.

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Alabama assistant fire chief arrested in crash that killed Pineville manThe Alexandria police and fire departments were searching for a person in the Red River Friday afternoon.

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Alabama HS Sports Hall of Famer, Chafin, passes away at 92The AHSAA is saddened to learn of the death of school football coaching legend and Alabama High School Sports Hall of Fame member James Robert "Jim" Chafin, 92.

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Some public Alabama colleges to require coronavirus testing for fall 2020Alabama will spend a portion of its $1.9 billion federal coronavirus relief package to fund COVID-19 testing for students at public colleges in the state, in addition to some targeted testing in some "underserved" areas of the state.

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Lake Guntersville named nation's second-best bass lake of the decadeAlabama's Lake Guntersville was ranked No. 2 in Bassmaster Magazine's "Best Bass Lakes of the Decade" list released on Tuesday.

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Judge: Former Atlanta officer who killed Rayshard Brooks granted $500,000 bondA judge says the former Atlanta police officer who fatally shot Rayshard Brooks can be free on bond while his case is pending.

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University of Alabama students who knew they had COVID-19 attended partiesSeveral students attending the University of Alabama, who were aware they had tested positive for the coronavirus, attended parties on and around campus, according to a city official.

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Alabama counties receive almost $1.5M total from Department of Interior in annual federal lands compensationU.S. Secretary of the Interior David L. Bernhardt announced that 59 Alabama counties will receive a total of $1,477,641 in Payments in Lieu of Taxes...

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Alabama Power Foundation opens application period for Elevate grantsElevate grants provide up to $10,000 to support nonprofits by funding community-centered projects and helping them expand their impact.

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National Association for Gun Rights endorses Tuberville in Alabama Senate raceThe National Association for Gun Rights' political arm on Tuesday announced its endorsement of former Auburn University head football coach Tommy Tuberville in Alabama's July 14 Republican primary runoff election.

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Mississippi Governor Signing Bill to Retire State Flag with Confederate EmblemMississippi Gov. Tate Reeves has announced a ceremony to sign a bill retiring the last state flag with the Confederate battle emblem.

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McDonald's Looking to Hire 18,000 in Alabama and Florida PanhandleAs states and communities continue to re-open their economies, McDonald's restaurants are expecting to hire approximately 260,000 restaurant employees this summer.

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Alabama governor extends COVID-19 Safer at Home order to the end of JulyAlabama Gov. Kay Ivey today said she is extended the current Safer at Home order through the end of July but stopped short of ordering a statewide face-covering order, deeming it "next to impossible to enforce" at the state level in the fight against COVID-19.

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Homicide Investigation of Stephon Johnson by Birmingham PoliceBirmingham, AL. The Birmingham Police Department reports detectives are conducting a homicide investigation. The incident occurred on Friday, June 27, 2020.

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Victim of gunshot Identified as Jah'Shavia Taylor by Birmingham PoliceBirmingham, AL. The Birmingham Police Department reports detectives are conducting a homicide investigation. The incident occurred on Friday, June 26, 2020.

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Club for Growth hits AL-02 hopeful Jeff Coleman for campaign contributions to Hawaii Democrat Neil Abercrombie in new adFor the second consecutive day, Club for Growth Action, the federal super PAC associated with the Washington, D.C. - based Club for Growth, announced it was coming into play in Alabama politics in a significant way.

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Trump campaign calls off Mobile rally, reports sayPresident Donald Trump has scrapped plans to hold a rally in Mobile for U.S. Senate candidate Tommy Tuberville before the July 14 Republican runoff election, CNN reports.

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Netflix Invests $10 Million in Black-Owned Credit UnionNetflix has announced a $10 million investment in a Mississippi-based credit union to build economic opportunities in Black communities across the Deep South.

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Dale County man indicted on 60 counts of child sex crimesAlabama Attorney General Steve Marshall announced the indictment of a Dale County man for 60 counts of child sex crimes.

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Jones calls for Senate action following House approval of Medicaid expansion incentivesU.S. Senator Doug Jones today called for the U.S. Senate to take action on his legislation to incentivize Alabama and other non-expansion states to expand Medicaid.

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Shelby announces $10.75 million for improvements to Alabama airportsU.S. Senator Richard Shelby today announced that 16 local airports across the state of Alabama will receive a total of $10,750,845 in Federal Aviation Administration grants for improvements to airport infrastructure.

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Alabama AG says state's abortion ban 'fundamentally different' from Louisiana measure struck down by SCOTUSAlabama's attorney general says his defense of the state's 2019 abortion ban is proceeding, despite Monday's U.S. Supreme Court ruling, and aims to challenge the two main SCOTUS decisions that allow abortion across the nation.

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Trump campaign scraps rally ahead of Sessions-Tuberville primary amid pandemicPresident Donald Trump's campaign has scrapped plans to hold a rally in Alabama next weekend amid concerns about coronavirus infections rising in the US, CNN has learned.

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Alabama asks U.S. Supreme Court to block curbside voting rulingAlabama has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to block a federal judge's order that the state cannot prohibit counties from offering curbside voting during the July 14 runoff.

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Coronavirus timeline: How COVID-19 spread and how Alabama respondedGov. Kay Ivey extended the state's current safer-at-home order through July 31 with no major changes despite a sharp uptick in positive cases ahead of the July 4 holiday.

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REI Grant Supports Preserve MaintenanceLand Trust of North Alabama has been awarded a $7,000 grant from REI Co-op to help support general operating costs in the areas of trail and nature preserve management.

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Una, University of North Alabama's female mascot, passes awayUna, one of two live mascots of the University of North Alabama , passed away at the age of 17 on Tuesday morning after a brief illness.

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Ex-Alabama police lieutenant sentenced to 21 years for repeated rape of stepdaughterFormer Birmingham police Lt. Peter Williston, 50, was sentenced Monday to the maximum for the repeated rape of his stepdaughter, beginning in 2008 when she was 14 years old.

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Alabama Gov. Ivey provides COVID-19 update TuesdayKay Ivey updates the state on COVID-19 response Tuesday.

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WATCH: Alabama governor gives coronavirus update as cases growStates that President Donald Trump won in the 2016 election account for about 75% of the new cases, a trend that has accelerated since the end of May.

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Trump cancels Alabama rally over coronavirus fearsThe president's endorsement of a Republican opponent to his own former attorney general is shaking things up in the state's senatorial elections.

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Alabama Supreme Court opinion finds 1953 Jefferson Co. law unconstitutionalAn Alabama Supreme Court opinion released Tuesday regarding the 2018 primary election for district attorney found that a Jefferson County law enacted in 1953 is unconstitutional.

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The Business of Calhoun and Talladega CountiesCalhoun and Talladega counties, in northeast Alabama, are driven by a diverse manufacturing economy — from automotive manufacturing and its associated auto suppliers, to metals and wood products — and the sprawling vehicle maintenance operations of the Anniston Army Depot.

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Alabama mayor resigns after slamming Crimson Tide for supporting Black Lives MatterThe mayor of Carbon Hill, Alabama, has resigned after he slammed the University of Alabama's Crimson Tide football team for its support of the Black Lives Matter movement.

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Alabama SI Cover Tournament: Who's Really No. 1? vs. Johnny MussoHelp BamaCentral determine which Alabama Sports Illustrated cover is the best, and a Top 25 list.

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Alabama turns to homegrown celebrities to urge face mask useAlabama is rolling out a new series of public service announcements, or PSAs, with familiar faces.

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Ivey extends "safer-at-home" order with no new restrictions amid COVID-19 surgeGov. Kay Ivey on Tuesday held her first press conference in more than a month to discuss COVID-19, during which she announced an extension of her "safer-at-home" order until July 31 but no new restrictions amid a surge in cases and hospitalizations.

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South Alabama manufacturers rally to support local health care amid COVID-19 pandemicAt the beginning of the pandemic, the Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce pulled together the area's largest manufacturing employers, along with the University of South Alabama, on a weekly conference call where they could check in and share best practices - a move that established the industry consortium.

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2.2 million being allocated to east Alabama airports for improvementsTwo airports in east Alabama are receiving funds totaling more than $2,200,000 in order to undergo improvements to their facilities.

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Alabama airports awarded almost $11M in federal grants — ‘Important for economic development'The U.S. Department of Transportation has awarded 16 local airports across the state of Alabama a total of $10,750,845 in Federal Aviation Administration grants for infrastructure improvements.

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University of Alabama researchers study how COVID-19 related stress affects decision makingThe University of Alabama wants to track the level of stress coronavirus has caused in some of our lives.

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Which Cars are Most American?Cars.com's American-Made Index has given shoppers a list of the most American-made vehicles since 2006.

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Red, White, and Blue Snack Cups for the 4th of JulyA fun 4th of July craft you can make and fill with your favorite snack before heading out to watch the fireworks shows around Birmingham!

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Faulkner University Buys Shopping Center for New CollegeFaulkner University has purchased and will revamp the Montgomery East Plaza Shopping Center into the home for its new College of Health Sciences.

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Governor Ivey Extends Safer-At-Home Order Until July 31In a joint press conference with State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris and other local leaders on Tuesday, Governor Kay Ivey extended Alabama's Safer-At-Home Order.

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Ivey extends current health order to July 31 with no major changesGovernor Kay Ivey and State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris on Tuesday extended the state's current health order until July 31 at 5:00 p.m.

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Independence Day at Desoto CavernsCelebrate the 4th of July at Desoto Caverns! The Independence Day celebration on July 4, 2020 will feature live entertainment throughout the day including shows by an internationally acclaimed professional fire dancer, giant bubble shows, Streetmosphere Shows, Craft Artisan Demonstrations, and more!

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Hart quarterback Titus Tucker moving to AlabamaNewhall Hart quarterback Titus Tucker has decided to move to Alabama to play his senior season over concerns the 2020 football season in California will be delayed or canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Macon County organic farmer cultivates ambitions with ag startupThe farm is now selling to Albert's Organics, one of the largest wholesale distributors in the U.S. It also supplies Publix stores and has begun supplying Alabama schools, with orders for nearly 30,000 heads of organic lettuce for Elmore County Schools' summer feeding program over the next two weeks.

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Over $10 Million in Grants Awarded to 16 Alabama Airports for ImprovementsU.S. Senator Richard Shelby on Tuesday announced that 16 local airports across the state of Alabama will receive a total of $10,750,845 in Federal Aviation Administration grants for improvements to airport infrastructure.

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Around the SEC: Alabama's Stability could be a Huge Strength During 2020 SeasonThe last time Nick Saban and Alabama had anything close to this kind of stability on the coaching staff was 2015, when it won the national championship.

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Byrne: Our sacred honorThis weekend, America will celebrate its 244th birthday. Unfortunately, we do so in a time of a pandemic, a struggling economy and violent protests.

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Fireworks Safety from Children's of AlabamaWe all love fireworks, kids and adults a like, and they're certainly synonymous with the 4th of July holiday.

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Matt Curtis Real Estate named the top real estate team in Alabama by REAL TrendsMatt Curtis Real Estate closed out 2019 with 1,085 sales, placing them as the top producing team-owned brokerage in Alabama.

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Hoover, Alabama cop fired for suggesting the shooting of black protesters"This type of conduct will not be tolerated in our department and is not representative of the professionalism expected by all of our officers."

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Daily News DigestVirus update; Plan to test college students emerges; Inside Alabama Politics; This Russia business; Supreme Court's abortion ruling raises stakes for election.

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Gov. Ivey extends Alabama's amended Safer At Home order with no changesAlabama's amended Safer At Home order will stay in effect through July 31st with no major changes Governor Kay Ivey announced Tuesday.

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LIVE AT 10: Gov. Kay Ivey issues COVID-19 update for AlabamaAlabama Governor Kay Ivey is set to address the public at 10 a.m. Tuesday ahead of the expiration of the state's amended Safer at Home order.

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Northwest Florida nurse goes to New York, Alabama to help treat COVID-19 patientsAs everyone else hid from COVID-19 to protect their own health, Demetra Ransom ran toward it to help protect the health of others.

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North Alabama's lion mascot Una dies on campusFLORENCE, Ala. — The University of North Alabama said its 17-year-old lion mascot Una died Tuesday on campus after a brief illness.

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Alabama allocates CARES Act funds to test public college students ahead of fall semesterA statement from Gov. Kay Ivey's office said the program would give public higher education students an "opportunity" to receive free testing, though University of Alabama system leaders said they will require any student due on their campuses for the 2020 fall semester to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test.

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Alabama Golf Looking to Build Momentum Off Shortened Spring Season in 2020-2021Bama Central recently caught up with Jay Seawell to discuss how he and his team have handled the coronavirus crisis.

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James Spann: Scattered showers, storms again today in AlabamaWe expect a high in the 88 - to 92-degree range this afternoon; the average high for Birmingham on June 30 is 90.

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Who had the best single season you've ever seen?Buddy, my inbox is about to full of all the hate mail.

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30 million CARES funding awarded for increased testing, focus on public colleges and universitiesIt is not yet clear if all of Alabama's public four-year and two-year institutions will require students to test before returning to campus, but University of Alabama at Birmingham President Ray Watts said its students will be required to test.

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7 Things: Huge jump in Alabama COVID-19 cases, questions linger over latest Trump-Russia 'bombshell,' SCOTUS hands big loss to conservatives on abortiMadison County Commission Chair Dale Strong has said "We don't have this pandemic under control" anywhere in the country.

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Alabama coronavirus cases continue upward trendThe Alabama Department of Public Health on Monday reported that an additional 1,718 Alabamians were diagnosed with the coronavirus.

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Alabama COVID-19 cases continue to climbThe Alabama Department of Public Health reported a total of 36,682 confirmed COVID-19 cases on Monday.

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New Alabama COVID-19 order changes hospital visitations ruleThe president of the Alabama Hospital Association said Tuesday the change to "limit" hospitalizations was a minor one.

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The 100 Day ProjectDay 71-78My Covid Ice-0-Lation Day 71My crooked hat and new Covid mask. Let the plague times roll.

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GOP lawmakers urge action after Russia-Afghanistan briefingEight Republican lawmakers attended a White House briefing Monday about explosive allegations that Russia secretly offered bounties to Taliban-linked militants for killing American troops in Afghanistan — intelligence the White House insisted the president himself had not been fully read in on.

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AP sources: White House aware of Russian bounties in 2019Top officials in the White House were aware in early 2019 of classified intelligence indicating Russia was secretly offering bounties to the Taliban for the deaths of Americans, a full year earlier than has been previously reported, according to U.S. officials with direct knowledge of the intelligence.

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There's a better plan for reopening schools — if Alabama leaders will use itA bipartisan group of lawmakers is set to meet with Gov. Kay Ivey's staff on Tuesday morning to discuss an ambitious and comprehensive plan to reopen Alabama's public schools that would see every school in the state get a new, stand-alone nurses station, a testing machine, a full-time nurse and tools to test and check students' temperatures.

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Big Al Countdown to Kickoff BobbleheadWe unearthed another new cool piece of merch for you guys - the Big Al Countdown to Kickoff Bobblehead.

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Fourth of July 2020: Missouri, Mississippi, Ohio, Alabama and South Carolina Top States for Firework useA new ValuePenguin.com study has found that the United States spent about $319,270,828 on fireworks in total, with Missouri, Mississippi, Ohio,...

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How qualified immunity affected an Alabama man shot five times during a police stingTrinell King was driving his girlfriend's car to give an acquaintance, Donavan Brown, a ride when a Warrior Police Department officer pulled him over because the car didn't have a license plate.

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Sixth Alabama inmate dies after positive COVID-19 testA sixth incarcerated person in Alabama died Monday after testing positive for COVID-19, the Alabama Department of Corrections announced Monday.

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Alabama Department of Corrections investigating inmate deathThe Alabama Department of Corrections in a statement to APR on Monday said the department was investigating the events that led up to the death of Darnell McMillian of Mobile County, but the department declined to answer APR's questions on whether there is a correctional officer-related use-of-force investigation or an inmate-on-inmate assault...

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Alabama Football: Crimson Tide ticket demand likely far greater than seatsDemand for Alabama football tickets may be greater than ever in the 2020 season. Probable Bryant-Denny capacity will be far less than ticket demand.

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Rogers, Aderholt "disappointed" by Supreme Court overturning Louisiana abortion lawCongressmen Mike Rogers, a Republican who represents Alabama's 3rd Congressional District, and Robert Aderholt, a Republican who represents Alabama's 4th District, made statements expressing disappointment after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down Louisiana's abortion law in June Medical Services v.

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Top Candidates To Succeed Alabama as College Football's Great DynastyThere are too many stats that laud Alabama's greatness under Saban, so rather than look at that, we're going to take a look at which SEC teams are most suited to establish them as the SEC - and national - powerhouse once Saban retires.

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Winfrey was proud to see NASCAR ban the Confederate flagDemocratic 3rd Congressional District candidate Adia Winfrey said Monday that as a daughter of Talladega, she was proud to see NASCAR ban the Confederate flag.

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Supreme Court's abortion ruling raises stakes for electionSupporters of abortion rights are elated, foes of abortion dismayed and angry, but they agree on one consequence of the Supreme Court's first major abortion ruling since President Donald Trump took office: The upcoming election is crucial to their cause.

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U.S. Chamber of Commerce endorses Aderholt"On behalf of the world's largest business federation representing the interests of more than 3 million businesses and organizations of every size, sector, and region, I am pleased to inform you that the U.S. Chamber of Commerce has endorsed your candidacy for reelection to the United States House of Representatives," the Chamber wrote.

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Trump cancels Alabama rally over coronavirus fears as criticism mounts over Russian bounty controversyDonald Trump has been accused of using Oval Office phone calls to "humiliate and bully" world leaders including German chancellor Angela Merkel and ex-British prime minister Theresa May while pandering to authoritarians like Russian president Vladimir Putin and Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

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Trump Campaign Decides Against Alabama Rally Ahead Of Its Runoff ElectionWith Covid-19 cases rising to new peaks in the southern and western United States, the Trump campaign won't move ahead with a planned rally in Alabama ahead of the state's Senate Republican runoff election between Trump-endorsed Tommy Tuberville and former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, according to CNN.

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OpinionThis weekend America will celebrate its 244th birthday. Unfortunately, we do so in a time of a pandemic, a struggling economy, and violent protests.

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Alabama Bass in Virginia lakes are threatening state's bass populationWhile for some, all bass are the same, that's far from the truth when it comes to this invasive species being found in lakes across Virginia.

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Confederate flag losing prominence 155 years after Civil WarLong a symbol of pride to some and hatred to others, the Confederate battle flag is losing its place of official prominence 155 years after rebellious Southern states lost a war to perpetuate slavery.

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As Alabama coronavirus cases rise, local governments start moving mask ordinancesSelma Mayor Darrio Melton speaks in support of Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Doug Jones at historic Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Ala.

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Status of thousands of airport and utility board employees back up in the airThe legal battle over who is deemed a public employee under Alabama's ethics law is not over, quite yet.

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Alabama Football: An homage to fathers and grandfathersThere is nothing better than a father or grandfather sharing their love of Alabama football with their children and grandchildren.

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Big HEAT Means Big STORMSIt is certainly summertime in Alabama and the weather pattern looks very typical for late June and early July.

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Why Alabamans Turned on Jeff SessionsRepublican voters seem to favor a carpetbagging football coach over a native son. What happened?

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Alabama mayor resigns after post on Crimson Tide's BLM videoA controversial Alabama mayor has resigned after posting disparaging comments about the University of Alabama football team voicing its support for the Black Lives Matter movement.

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Alabama skips tougher virus rules despite worsening pandemicFaced with climbing virus numbers, Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey on Tuesday extended a state health order that limits the number of people in restaurants and stores but didn't follow other states that have issued new restrictions amid the worsening pandemic.

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Alabama football gets commit from 2021 four-star Ohio State decommitNCAA Division I American Athletic Cincinnati Bearcats East Carolina Pirates Houston Cougars Memphis Tigers Navy Midshipmen SMU Mustangs Temple Owls Tulane Green Wave Tulsa Golden Hurricane UCF Knights UConn Huskies USF Bulls Atlantic Coast Conference Boston College Eagles Clemson Tigers Duke Blue Devils Florida State Seminoles Georgia Tech...

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Roadtrip 2020 Day 8: The Prehistoric American TrailImagine driving down a highway with virtually no other vehicles in sight, no billboards, no gas stations, no hotels or businesses for several hours.

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Alabama lands red-hot CB Devonta SmithAlabama added to its 2021 recruiting class on Monday night, landing four-star cornerback Devonta Smith.

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Northwest Florida nurse goes to New York, Alabama to help treat COVID-19 patientsAs everyone else hid from COVID-19 to protect their own health, Demetra Ransom ran toward it to help protect the health of others.

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1-year-old boy abducted in Bay Minette has been locatedThe State of Alabama has cancelled an AMBER Alert issued late Monday night for a missing 1-year-old boy.

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Buckeye Breakfast: Devonta Smith Chooses Alabama, Fields at Elite 11, Recruits on Social MediaRecent cornerback commit Devonta Smith officially flips to Alabama, while Justin Fields hits the turf at Elite 11 Quarterback Camp and Buckeye commits Jaylen Johnson and Jantzen Dunn show some excitement for things to come on Twitter.

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Alex City Woman Dies in Two-Vehicle Crash Monday MorningMelissa A. Carson, 53, was killed when the 2006 Hummer H3 in which she was the passenger struck a 2013 Mack truck.

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Pineville man killed in motorcycle crash in AlabamaA Pineville man was killed in a motorcycle accident that occurred on interstate 59/20 in Alabama on Friday, June 26.

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Cary Lowe: Recent protests in Alabama remind me of my visit in 1968, when racism was in full viewWhen I was young, Alabama celebrated Confederate imagery. Its removal shows how far we've come.

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Alabama Power launches public meetingsMonday's meeting in Greene County was the first of five to identify and discuss potential corrective measures available to address groundwater.

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Birmingham-area May home sales down from one year ago as pandemic hits marketSales: According to the Greater Alabama MLS, May home sales in the Birmingham area decreased 21.5% year-over-year from 1,652 to 1,297 closed transactions.

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Search Underway for Missing Dallas County ManAuthorities in Dallas County are searching for a missing man in Minter.

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Alabama courtrooms continue to navigate through COVID-19When you walk up to the doors of the Mel Bailey Criminal Justice Center in Birmingham, it is hard not to notice signs on the doors in light of the COVID-19 Pandemic requiring face masks before entering, making sure people keep social distancing in mind and not entering the building if you have any symptoms of COVID-19.

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Nick Saban, Alabama football flip Ohio State CB commit Devonta SmithNick Saban and company take an Ohio product from the Buckeyes.

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Disturbing COVID-19 trends in Alabama and Mobile CountyThe COVID-19 outbreak is escalating at a frightening rate and health officials warn there's no sign of the virus letting up.

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Funds Will Soon Provide COVID-19 Tests for Alabama College StudentsAs many as 265,000 students entering Alabama colleges this fall will be tested for the coronavirus.

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