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Roy Moore doubles down on NFL players kneeling, says standing for anthem is 'rule of law'

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"It's against the law, you know that?" Moore said.

Accused cop-killer halts jury selection in New Orleans by rubbing feces on his face

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A new competency evaluation has been scheduled for Thursday for the accused killer of NOPD Officer Daryle Holloway.

7 students transported to hospital after 2 school buses collide in Mobile County

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Officials said the students had minor injuries.

Birmingham submits 'great road map' for Amazon HQ2

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Birmingham's proposal for Amazon's second corporate headquarters is on its way to Seattle.

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Surviving suspect in 'Bonnie and Clyde' crime team due in Birmingham court next month

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Brittany Nicole Harper, 32, was sentenced this week to 20 years in prison after pleading no contest to robbery, home invasion and other charges in the Florida Panhandle. Authorities say Harper was involved in crimes that span four states.

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Cowboys called to the rescue after cattle truck overturns on Birmingham's Dead Man's Curve

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The crash happened about 3 p.m. on Interstate 20 westbound, said Birmingham Fire and Rescue Service Capt. Harold Watson. Some of the livestock is dead, but rescue works have not yet been able to get a count.

Elderly Jefferson County man jailed on child sex abuse charges

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The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office on Wednesday announced charges against 82-year-old William C. Christenson.

Report says Alabama next to last in prison health care spending

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Alabama spent less per inmate than every state except Louisiana in 2015.

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Ex-Birmingham cop busted in massive Florida prostitution sting

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Donald Reynold, who lives in Hoover and was a homicide detective in the 1980s, was among 277 people arrested in Polk County, Florida's "Operation No Tricks, No Treats."

Alabama asks U.S. Supreme Court to clear the way for Thursday execution

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Chief U.S. District Judge W. Keith Watkins in Montgomery had issued a stay of execution for McNabb on Monday.

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3 injured in northwest Huntsville drive-by shooting

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Police are looking for suspects.

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Parole denied for Mobile man whose 13th DUI resulted in the death of motorist

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This was the Mobile man's 13th DUI conviction out of 31 traffic-related arrests.

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Hello, Serda Brewing; goodbye, alcohol at Serda's Coffee

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It's farewell to the Royal Flush, the Serda's Coffee drink special that got you a Pabst Blue Ribbon and a shot of cheap whiskey for four dollars. It was one of the better deals in the Downtown Mobile entertainment district, in terms of…

Alexander Shunnarah law firm names new managing attorney

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Birmingham-based Alexander Shunnarah Personal Injury Attorneys, P.C. has named Sara Williams managing attorney.

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Dr. Joe Leahy: 'So much more than one of (Amy Bishop's) victims'

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He had always cared about his students, but his own struggle to recover helped him see students differently who struggled to learn.

Alabama's hard-rock and heavy-metal heyday

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From the late-70s to early-90s, the biggest bands' tours didn't just hit the biggest markets, they frequently played tertiary cities too.

Is it harder to get cold medicine than a gun in Alabama?

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This week's question range from gun control to death row. Vote below and we'll investigate for you.

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Alabama comedian says laughter is good medicine, especially for breast cancer survivors

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What's so funny about breast cancer? Carla Youngblood can tell you. And after just a few minutes, we bet that Youngblood -- a Birmingham comedian and breast cancer survivor -- will have you laughing.

When the police keep your stuff: Alabamians lose property to controversial practices

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Alabama law enforcement agencies use civil asset forfeiture and recovery of stolen property to seize people's possessions. Sometimes the stuff is never returned, even if they are not convicted of a crime.

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Alabama's 20 most expensive 4-year colleges

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There are five main categories when figuring out how much college will cost: Tuition and fees, room and board, books and supplies, personal expenses and transportation.

Wednesday, Oct 18

Fox News Senate poll: Doug Jones, Roy Moore are tied

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Support for President Trump dipped under 50 percent, according to those surveyed.

Brittany Nicole Harper gets 20 years in prison for 'Bonnie and Clyde' crime spree

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Authorities say the couple stole a Cadillac during a test drive in Missouri, later carjacked victims at gunpoint in Alabama and Georgia and also were involved in a home invasion.

Airbus, Magic City Classic and Caliber in today's business headlines

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China may be assembling a space threat.

Tuesday, Oct 17

Alabama woman's $72 million award tossed out in talcum powder cancer case

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The Missouri Eastern District court ruled Tuesday that Missouri was not the proper jurisdiction for a lawsuit filed by 62-year-old Jacqueline Fox, of Birmingham who died in 2015 of ovarian cancer.

Mobile will fight to keep BayBears, mayor tells council

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Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson said Tuesday that he doesn't consider it a done deal that the BayBears baseball team will leave Mobile after the 2018 season, potentially for a new home in the Huntsville area, and said the city will do what it…

Caliber outdoor store opens in Homewood

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Caliber, new high end outdoors store opens in Homewood at 2822 Central Avenue.

This is how Alabama is supposed to look, and how Alabama used to look

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This is old Alabama, broad vistas of tall trees and low grasses, sandy hills and endless seeping bogs. This is the Alabama our great-great-grandparents would recognize, before the last few generations had their way.

Monday, Oct 16

Russian Twitter bots invade Roy Moore's account; Senate candidate blames Doug Jones, Dems

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Moore's Twitter following surged over the weekend, and the Republican Senate candidate is blaming his Democratic opponent, Doug Jones.

'S-Town' character pleads guilty, sentenced in Bibb County theft case

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Tyler Goodson and the small Bibb County town of Woodstock were featured in the hit podcast "S-Town," from the makers of "Serial" and "This American Life." The podcast was downloaded 40 million times worldwide within a month of its March…

Joseph Leahy, survivor of Amy Bishop killings, is dead at 58

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Leahy was in the room when Bishop opened fire on a faculty meeting in February after being passed over for tenure.

Execution stayed for Alabama man convicted of killing cop

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A federal court granted a stay of execution for Alabama death row inmate Torrey Twane McNabb, who was scheduled to die by lethal injection on Thursday.

Sunday, Oct 15

'God's thoughtful princess:' 3-year-old who died at Auburn ice cream parlor was 'full of love'

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"We know without a shadow of a doubt, our baby is with Jesus."

Why big business is not backing Roy Moore

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The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is the latest large pro-business group, which backed Senator Luther Strange, avoiding the Senate race in Alabama ahead of the Dec. 12 general election.

3-year-old girl drowns in grease trap at Auburn ice cream parlor

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Auburn police said no foul play was suspected and the death investigation indicates the girl drowned in the sludge that was in the six-foot deep in-ground container.

Saturday, Oct 14

Disfigured in sulfuric acid attack, domestic violence survivor warns 'be careful who you give your heart to'

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"None of us deserve this. I didn't do anything wrong. I didn't hurt anybody. I didn't guard my heart the way I was supposed to and I own that,'' Christy Sims of Atlanta. "I am not a victim of domestic violence, I am a survivor of domestic…