1 month ago
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Attorney General Lynch: ‘We have always pushed forward’

Attorney General Loretta Lynch, in her final speech as head of the Justice Department, said worries of difficult days ahead should be a call for action, not despair.
4 months ago
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Police: Officer fatally shoots man in 2-state chase

Police say an east Georgia police officer fatally shot a man in a car chase that ended in western Alabama.
5 months ago
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Auburn man arrested after Toomer’s Corner tree set on fire

A 29-year-old Auburn man has been charged with desecration of a venerable object in a fire that damaged oak trees at Toomer's Corner as fans celebrated a victory over LSU.
5 months ago
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Pumps out of gas in North Carolina after pipeline leak

Gas stations throughout central North Carolina are having to turn away customers because they are out of gas due to the leak in the Colonial Pipeline.
5 months ago
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Colonial announces construction of temporary pipeline

Colonial Pipeline says it is beginning construction of a temporary pipeline that will bypass a leaking section of its main gasoline pipeline in Shelby County, Alabama.
7 months ago
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1 couple identified in Alabama plane crash that killed 6

Two of the six people who were killed in a small airplane crash near Tuscaloosa, Alabama, have been identified.
10 months ago
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UAB’s Gregory Bryant declared brain dead day after shooting

Authorities in West Palm Beach say UAB running back Gregory Bryant has been declared brain dead, a day after he was found shot in a car on Interstate 95 in South Florida.
11 months ago
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Bipartisan calls grow to impeach Ala. governor over infidelity claims

Alabama's Republican governor is feeling the heat to step down and it's no longer just coming from across the aisle.
12 months ago
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Judge OKs housing discrimination claim covering 4 states

A federal judge in Alabama has approved a $350,000 settlement involving housing discrimination claims in four Southern states.
1 year ago
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Weather service says 7 tornadoes in Gulf states

The meteorologist in charge for the National Weather Service's southeast Louisiana office says at least seven tornadoes have hit southeast Louisiana and southwest Mississippi.