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Former Alabama sheriff pleads not guilty to federal charges

MOBILE, Ala. (AP) – A former Alabama sheriff who resigned last year rather than face an impeachment inquiry said he was innocent of federal charges of using improper loans to pay debts. personal expenses, including gambling debts. Former Clarke County Sheriff William Ray Norris pleaded not guilty to charges of …

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Alabama wants $5.7 million in fraudulent virtual school payments reimbursed by defendants

Do you want more information on national education? Join the Alabama Education Lab for free each week newsletter, Ed Chat. Alabama Department of Education wants defendants convicted in virtual school scheme to repay $5.7 million in state payments to private school students fraudulently enrolled as public school students. Lawyers for …

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Alabama’s First Bitcoin Mining Comes to GulfQuest Maritime Museum in Mobile

First bitcoin mining in Alabama is scheduled to begin July 4 and will take place in front of a 7-year-old museum in downtown Mobile. Distributed Ledger Inc., under an agreement with the City of Mobile and in partnership with the GulfQuest Maritime Museum Board of Trustees, plans to take a …

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Kemper County Sheriff Discusses Corrections Officer Arrest

KEMPER COUNTY, Miss. (WTOK) – The Kemper County Sheriff’s Office recently arrested a correctional officer involved in bringing contraband into the jail. “Somewhere around 22 or 23 were arrested or fired for a number of inmate-related reasons,” Kemper County Sheriff James Moore talks about how many correctional officers he breaks …

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Escaped inmate from Alabama, guard in custody in Indiana

By Theresa Waldrop and Christina Maxouris | CNN [Breaking news update, published at 6:05 p.m. ET] Alabama fugitive Casey White and corrections officer Vicky White are in custody and she is hospitalized for injuries sustained during a chase, authorities said at 6 p.m. ET Monday. They were arrested after a …

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Art Class Adds Massive Farm Mural to Alabama Museum | Alabama News

By TIM NAIL, Opelika-Auburn News OPELIKA, Ala. (AP) – Thanks to Auburn art students, the Opelika Museum of East Alabama now bears a second mural acknowledging the area’s rich history and agricultural contributions. A class of 13 students and three hired artists painted the mural as part of a semester-long …

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Execution of a Missouri man Just the 5th in the United States this year | Alabama News

By JIM SALTER, Associated Press A Missouri man who killed a couple during a robbery in their rural home more than a quarter century ago was put to death on Tuesday, becoming the fifth person executed in the United States this year. Carman Deck, 56, died by injection at Bonne …

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May 2: The manhunt continues for the fugitive from Alabama, an officer. Civilians are evacuated from the Mariupol steelworks.

☀ Good morning! Today is Monday, May 2, 2022. Here is an overview of your news across the country: 1️. Marine Intelligence Officer: Putin’s Nuclear Poses Latest Threat Russian President Vladimir Putin gestures during a meeting of the Council of Legislators of the Russian Federal Assembly at the Tauride Palace …

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About 150 people attend the Denim & Dining 2022 fundraiser for the Hoover City Schools Foundation

About 150 people attended the Hoover City Schools Foundation’s annual Denim and Dining fundraiser in Aldridge Gardens on Friday night to raise money to fund teacher grants for innovative classroom projects. The net amount raised had not been calculated Friday evening, but the foundation’s executive director, Shelley Shaw, said she …

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To Ukraine with love from a Tuscaloosa family

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (WBRC) – A west Alabama family wants the people of Ukraine to feel the love. In recent weeks, most of Rumanek’s children have been working on special projects and selling them to raise money for the injured and suffering in this country. The kids didn’t just make dozens …

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Legislative primaries preview for House District 48, Senate District 15

Mountain Brook voters will face a number of contests in the upcoming legislative election. Here is an overview of the races that impact the city. In the House 48 race, a seasoned legislator takes on an IT executive. In the battle for the 15th Senate seat, two Mountain Brook residents …

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A history of Alabama

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) – A new addition to Oak Mountain State Park is being called a hot acquisition by the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, thanks in part to the Forever Wild program. “The Forever Wild program, I think, is one of the best programs ever created in …

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Electric car owners show off what’s for sale in Alabama

Porsche. BMW. Volvo. Nissan. Hyundai. Ford and Chevy. Microphones. Compacts. Sedans. School buses and Teslas too. All were side-by-side electric vehicles at Saturday’s North Alabama Drive Electric Earth Day event in Huntsville, where the motto was, “Your kids may never ask for gas money again.” The variety of choices was …

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Coachella music fan favorite Do LaB is back!

After a two-year hiatus during the pandemic, Coachella roared back for the first of two weekends. The music festival lineup included Billie Eilish, Danny Elfman and The Weeknd. One of the many stages set in the California desert is a perennial fan favorite: the Do LaB. Under Do LaB’s …

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Nick Saban Reveals Stats About Alabama’s NFL Players

Nick Saban was the trainer of Alabama football program since 2007, and during his tenure, 106 players were drafted to an NFL team until ’21. The program saw a record six first-rounders in last season’s draft and will most likely add a few more players to Saban’s ever-growing roster after …

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The Ringer mocks Falcons drafting Alabama WR with first-round pick

In almost every mock draft from the national draft pundits, the Falcons meet their desperate need for pass catchers. Drake London, Garrett Wilson and Treylon Burks have been running simulations for the Falcons since the news broke. Calvin Rileyis suspended. It is an undeniably crying need. However, in Ringer’s latest …

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IDA reflects on festival and finances – The Clanton Advertiser

By JOYANNA LOVE | Chief Editor The Chilton County Industrial Development Authority discussed the “tremendous success” of the Strawberry Festival at a meeting on April 12. IDA Board Chairman Allen Caton thanked Executive Director Whitney Barlow for her work on the project. Local student talent was on display through the …

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Baskets full of wagons: Wallace & Graham gift supplies, money at Family Crisis Council – Salisbury Post

SALISBURY — The baskets kept coming. Pulling them from the trunks of sedans and passenger seats of SUVs, representatives from the Wallace & Graham law firm marched 30 “survivor” baskets full of toys and toiletries into the Family Crisis office on Monday morning. Council at 502 N. Long St. By …

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Teen Builds Database to Help Alabama Foster Families

When Pranav Somu first heard about the opportunity to volunteer for the North Alabama Foster Closet, he knew nothing about the organization. He didn’t even know much about the host family itself. But after doing some quick research, he learned that half of all adoptive parents give up within a …

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West Alabama grapples with worker shortages after COVID pandemic

Employers launch new hiring incentives to tackle labor shortage New advantages are being created in various industries to tackle labor shortages and attract talent. ZMG, ZMG There was a time when Tuscaloosa restaurateur Dustin Spruill had a pool of job seekers to fill positions. Those days, he says, are over. …

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How Russia saved the ruble

Russia said last week that it wanted European countries that buy its natural gas make their payments in rubles, rather than dollars or euros. A month ago, this might have looked like a bargain: the ruble was down 40%, to 139 rubles to the dollar, following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. …

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Former NFL star Fred Taylor explains how he nearly got ripped off for $3 million as a rookie

Going from college football to the NFL is a difficult transition for many athletes. We’ve heard several uplifting tales from former players about negative experiences early in their careers that shaped them the rest of the way. Former Jacksonville Jaguars star Fred Taylor is one of those guys. The Jaguars …

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New ‘Croux’ app aims to solve staffing issues for restaurants

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) – Several businesses in central Alabama are struggling to recruit staff, particularly in the restaurant industry, but a local startup is working on a unique app that could be the perfect solution. “Croux” is the collaboration between five foodies from Birmingham. The app is expected to enter …

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Metro Roundup: Birmingham’s best bets for April 2022

COMMUNITY April 1 & 2: Building with bricks. Alabama Architecture Center, 109, boul. Richard Arrington Jr. S. In this hands-on event for kids and adults, create architectural designs using LEGO bricks with an architect. Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Free entry. 205-322-4386. 4 & 9 April: The …

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Questions abound as Trump raises – and hoards – huge sums of money in 2024 | donald trump

DDonald Trump’s fierce fundraising machine, fueled equally by grassroots donations and large donations from individuals and corporations, has never really stopped spinning – and it’s currently raising huge sums of money. Since this month, Trump has $108,046,100 saved in his Save America political fund, more than the Republican and Democratic …

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Mining Group: ‘Attack’ on Alabama Pipeline Brings Reward | Your money

BROOKWOOD, Ala. (AP) — A nighttime explosion at a gas pipeline in rural western Alabama is being investigated by federal agents, authorities said Friday, and a company said it was offering a reward of $25,000 for what she called a labor dispute attack. Someone called 911 around 11:40 p.m. Wednesday …

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Putin asks ‘hostile countries’ to pay for Russian gas in rubles

Russia wants “hostile countries” to pay for Russian natural gas in rubles. It’s a new directive from President Vladimir Putin as he tries to leverage the resources demanded by his country to counter a barrage of Western sanctions. “I have decided to implement (…) a series of measures to transfer …

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Candidates for Alabama secretary of state say they will protect election security

MONTGOMERY, Alabama (WIAT) — When Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill’s term expires, open seat candidates say they will make election security a top priority. State Rep. Wes Allen (R – Troy) spent a decade as a Pike County probate judge. He says local experience in managing elections makes him …

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Secret Stages stops in Alabama after 10 years of music: “It’s time to move on”

Farewell, secret steps. Alabama‘s rambling ‘Music Discovery Festival’ comes to a halt, after bringing a slew of bands and solo artists to Birmingham, 2011-2021. “I’m really grateful to everyone who supported this,” organizer Jon Poor told AL.com. “It’s a really positive thing that happened for 10 years in the city. …

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Cooper traded to Cleveland Browns

Alabama football’s Amari Cooper is heading to the AFC. It’s been an interesting offseason for Alabama football receivers. Calvin Ridley has been suspended for the entire next season due to gambling while away from the Atlanta Falcons. Jerry Jeudy has found a new elite quarterback in Denver. Now, Amari Cooper …

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Detroit Lions release former Alabama prep star

On Thursday afternoon, Detroit Lions defensive end Trey Flowers tweeted:Really grateful for the love and the lessonsThis could have served as personal confirmation of the reports coming out of Detroit. The Lions plan to release Flowers with two seasons remaining on his contract when the 2022 NFL trade year begins …

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Race and poverty complicate school choice in Alabama

Parent Choice Act is Republican incumbent At Senator Del Marsh’s Hail Mary for education reform. SB140 was dubbed the “ultimate school choice” bill because it would give participating parents $5,600 per child in state money deposited in an education savings account to be used for private school or another public …

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Rep. Allen Says Voting Bill Protects Election Integrity, Others Express Concern

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) – Before we know it, it will be time to go back to the polls. A state representative is sponsoring a bill that he says aims to protect the integrity of our elections. However, this bill sounds alarm bells for some voter education advocates. Prevent private money …

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White House: Congress must act quickly to replenish COVID funds

WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States will soon start running out of money to bolster COVID-19 testing supplies and to ensure uninsured Americans continue to receive free treatment for the virus unless Congress approves. more funding quickly, the White House warned. Nearly a year after passing the $1.9 trillion U.S. …

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What if the Patriots drafted the three Alabama receivers for Mac Jones?

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail People have equated the success of the 2021 New England Patriots with Bill Belichick pulling his hand out of draft players. Reports surfaced of him allowing the scouting department to take care of his responsibilities, and it gave a better hit rate …

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AAA offers tips for saving money at the gas pump

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) – Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has sent world oil prices soaring. Here in Alabama, we see gasoline price increases, but it’s still among the lowest in the country. Right now, Alabama’s average is $3.36. That’s more than 30 cents from a month ago. Meanwhile, the national average …

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Gas prices continue to rise due to the ongoing crisis in Ukraine

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) – The war in Ukraine is expected to cause gasoline prices to spike. Right now the average price per gallon is $3.35 according to AAA of Alabama. It’s over 30 cents for a month. Experts say pump prices could rise another 20 to 30 cents per gallon …

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Alabama St. vs. Alabama A&M, MVSU vs. UAPB, Alcorn St. vs. Prairie View

Fats on the SWAC 4-8, -$58. Fats on the Patriot League: 9-10, -$23. Monday’s SWAC results: Texas Southern -9 Over UAPB, $11 to win $10. LOSS: It was disappointing as Texas Southern covered much of the game before letting it go late and winning 70-68. Prairie View A&M at Mississippi …

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Governor to unveil $9 billion funding formula based on student need – Tennessee Lookout

Using a forecast of $9 billion, Governor Bill Lee’s proposed funding formula for the 2023-24 fiscal year would start the state’s one million students with a base amount of $6,860 and then add more. more based on individual needs ranging from economic disadvantages to disabilities. Lee seeks to replace the …

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FBI and Other Agencies Conduct Raid on Alabama Water Board

State and federal agencies raided a series of Alabama offices on Tuesday, just over two weeks after allegations that employees were using office funds to purchase designer handbags, makeup and more. The FBI, along with the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office and other agencies were at the Prichard Water and Sewer …

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Bill expands use of school tech funds

By MARY SELL, Alabama Daily News A bill introduced in the Senate would expand how schools can use their Advancement and Technology Fund money. The fund was created in the Rolling Reserve Act which caps the annual education budget. In good years, some of the excess money goes back to …

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Requests for flood damage assistance end soon

Flash floods swept through parts of central Alabama in October 2021. They destroyed homes, washed away vehicles and killed four people in several counties. Jefferson and Shelby counties saw the brunt of the precipitation. No less than ten centimeters of rain fell in some places. Precipitation graphs for October 6 …

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Archivists Study Barbershop Civil Rights Artifacts | Alabama News

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) – Archivists and volunteers will soon begin sifting through decades of artifacts from a Tuscaloosa barbershop at the heart of the city’s civil rights history in a bid to determine which pieces from the vast collection should be included in a future museum. Reverend Thomas Linton passed …

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Alabama’s first black federal judge asks Biden not to appoint Ketanji Brown Jackson to Supreme Court

Alabama’s first black federal judge has spoken out against one of President Biden’s potential Supreme Court picks in a letter to the Commander-in-Chief who was obtained by NBC News. UW Clemon, former Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Alabama, urged the president not …

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Numeracy law aims to make Alabama last in math scores

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) – Coming in last in the nation in math education doesn’t sit well with Alabama lawmakers. That’s why Senator Arthur Orr is sponsoring a bill to improve student performance. Only six of Alabama’s 143 school districts have more than half of their students proficient in math, according …

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AAA Spokesperson: Travel Demand Driving Highest Gas Prices Since 2014

LEEDS, Alabama (WIAT) — The average national price of gasoline is $3.45 per gallon. AAA reports The last time gasoline was this expensive was in 2014. Currently, Jefferson County is 30 cents below the national average, AAA spokesman Clay Ingram said. The Alabama average rose about 9 cents per gallon …

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Kentucky Wildcats at Alabama Crimson Tide Live Stream: Watch Online, TV Channel, Start Time – How to Watch & Stream Major and College League Sports

These two teams hailed from the same conference and were both nationally ranked in the Top 25 before the fall of Alabama. Kentucky is the second-highest ranked team in the SEC at No. 5. The Wildcats are 18-4 overall and 7-2 inside the conference. Their only two conference losses have …

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Ohio retailer to pay $5 million in Alabama gender bias case

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama. An Ohio-based retailer that was sued in Alabama for sex discrimination will pay $5 million and provide employment opportunities for women to settle the lawsuit, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has said. The federal agency announced the deal Wednesday in a statement regarding American Freight Management Co. The …

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5 takeaways from the latest fundraising revelations

Lawmakers planning to hit the exits still have plenty of cash in their campaign accounts. The six senators (one Democrat and five Republicans) who are retiring had more than $50 million on Dec. 31, while House members have a remaining political balance of $33.3 million, according to a CQ analysis. …

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Waiting for spring

FT. MORGAN, Ala. (WBRC) – For the first time in nearly eight years, anglers should once again have access to big game fishing at the lower end of Mobile Bay this spring when the new and improved Fort Morgan pier opens. The renovated jetty will have L-shaped dimensions of 305 …

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Baylor at Alabama odds, picks and predictions

No. 4 Baylor Bear (18-2) go to the Coleman Coliseum to face the Alabama Crimson Tide (13-7) Saturday as part of the Big 12/SEC Challenge. Tipping is scheduled for 4 p.m. ET (on ESPN). Below we take a look at the Baylor vs. Alabama dimensions and linesand make our expert …

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Alabama School District Leverages Cooperative for Cost Savings & Spend Relief Funds – US City & County

About 25 miles north of Montgomery, Alabama, the Elmore County Public School District serves approximately 11,000 K-12 students. Ensuring that “every student is empowered and every student succeeds,” Elmore County teachers and administrators are dedicated to the education, growth, and potential of every child who walks through their doors. School …

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Laws you need to know as a driver in Birmingham, Alabama

As an Alabama driver, it is helpful to review Alabama diving laws and incorporate any new laws into your daily driving routines. According to WSFA, recent changes and updates to the laws have passed the grace period, so you should abide by them. For example, the new seat belt law …

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Cowboys owner has no comment on Amari Cooper’s contract

After going 6-10 in 2020 when an injury sidelined quarterback Dak Prescott for 11 games, the Dallas Cowboys bounced back with a 12-5 performance and won the NFC East. during the 2021 season. But Dallas opened the playoffs with a 23-17 loss to the San Francisco 49ers on Jan. 16. …

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A pro-marijuana mayor running for governor

Springville Mayor Dave Thomas, who served two terms as a state legislator from 1994 to 2002, announced his plans to run for governor of Alabama and drew attention for his position in favor of the legalization of marijuana. “I think we should legalize it and decriminalize it,” Thomas said. “It …

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Huntsville-area governments introduce major cost-shared road program

Huntsville-area leaders are in talks with state transportation officials about a major funding deal to accelerate highway projects throughout Madison County. Projects on the list include an improved interchange at Interstate 565 and Memorial Parkway in Huntsville, extending I-565 east, and a new connector to Redstone Arsenal from Madison. Huntsville …

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Renewed effort to remove Confederate general from King-Lee vacation

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) – The third Monday in January is a federal holiday, celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. In Alabama, the holiday is commemorated as King-Lee Day, also commemorating Confederate General Robert E. Lee. Alabama and Mississippi are the only states that still celebrate …

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GoFundMe Page Raises Funds For Local Teen’s Funeral Expenses

BIRMINGHAM, AL – A GoFundMe page has been set up to pay for the funeral costs of De’Undray Haggard, the 18-year-old Birmingham teenager who police say was shot dead on Wednesday night in the western part of the city. Candice Banks, Haggard’s girlfriend started the page Thursday, writing, “We want …

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Alabama House Democrats want COVID-19 funds spent on health care, oppose unlicensed portering

The Alabama House Democratic Caucus released its legislative platform on Wednesday that urges Republicans who enjoy supermajority status in the Legislature to spend federal relief funds on health care. The caucus also renewed calls to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act, repeal the state’s 4% grocery tax, implement early …

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Betting on the CFP National Championship, a popular business at Atlantis

RENO, Nevada (KOLO) – Alabama or Georgia? The 2022 National College Football Championship took place on Monday evening and a number of people have come to the Atlantis Sportsbook to try and make some money. “Looks like it’s going to be a close game. I’m looking for Alabama to take …

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Nick Saban’s shift to a modern coaching style led Alabama to the National Championship game

As things went badly against Tennessee on the night of Oct. 25, Alabama coach Nick Saban knelt in front of Bryce Young for a brief discussion on the sidelines. Their foreheads almost touched, as Saban calmly and intimately gave his 20-year-old quarterback some advice, things finally improved, with a 28-point …

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“It’s like a Super Bowl”

Alabama Crimson Tide (13-1, 8-6 ATS) vs. Georgia Bulldogs (13-1, 9-4 ATS) PointsBet Line: Georgia -3, Total 52 After this victory over Georgia and former Saban lieutenant Kirby Smart, Saban’s record against former assistants improved to 25-1, with an average advantage of almost 24 points. Smart fell to 0-4 against …

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Will the Opioid Settlement Money Really Help Those Who Need It?

State and local governments have just kicked off a major deadline in releasing opioid settlement funds a bit later. Following the combination $ 26 billion deal with opioid maker Johnson & Johnson and the “Big Three” distributors this summer, states were given the opportunity to join the deal, and individual …

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ALDOT not pre-treating roads before snow, urges everyone to drive safely | News

By Alex Torres-Pérez The Alabama Department of Transportation spent the day packing and loading their salt spray tanks and getting those plows ready for Sunday night’s snow. However, as you prepare to start your day on Monday, it’s important to know that most roads in the area will not be …

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How will Alabama spend $ 1.5 billion in COVID relief funds?

Alabama lawmakers will face decisions in the coming months on how to spend more than $ 1.5 billion in pandemic relief funds, and legislative leaders say infrastructure projects – such as broadband and sewer projects – should be a spending priority. Congress allocated $ 2.12 billion for Alabama via the …

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CFP semi-finals: Cincinnati nods to cover against Alabama

Cincinnati, the first non-Power Five team to advance to the college football playoffs, hasn’t lost since suffering a 24-21 loss to Georgia in last season’s Peach Bowl on a field goal. 53 yards in the dying seconds. The Bearcats led the Bulldogs 21-10 in the fourth quarter before suffering the …

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Betting odds, picks and predictions (12/29/21)

Tennessee vs Alabama betting odds The opening night of the SEC game is marked by this massive battle between two ranked teams. # 14 Tennessee enters the game at 9-2 and comes off a win over Arizona. The Vols have a case as the best defense in college basketball. Meanwhile, …

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7 things: Alabama coronavirus cases on the rise, surge fails to dampen holiday sales, Biden joins “Let’s Go, Brandon!” and more …

7. The case of an Alabama doctor brought to the Supreme Court Dr Xiulu Ruan was sentenced for running a pill mill and was sentenced to 21 years in prison in 2017 for money laundering and drug distribution. He appealed his conviction and the United States Supreme Court agreed to …

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Stench of chicken waste increases stench in Alabama community

Janice Williams thought something had died near her Morgan County home due to the smell, but she couldn’t decide what it was. “I thought maybe the dogs killed an armadillo. I searched the yard for an armadillo, but found out where the scent was coming from, ”she said. The stench, …

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MP Terri Sewell on infrastructure at Whitfield Regional Hospital – The Demopolis Times

MP Terri Sewell spoke at the Whitfield Regional Hospital on Tuesday December. 21. She spoke about the new infrastructure bill which was enacted on November 15th by President Joe Biden. Congresswoman Terri Sewell continued her “Building a Better Alabama” infrastructure district tour with events with a stop in Demopolis on …

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Bet the underdog in a game on short notice

Alabama was originally scheduled to face Colorado State on Tuesday night, but the game was called off due to COVID-19 issues with the Rams schedule, and now the Crimson Tide will face Davidson in Birmingham, Alabama in what will be. certainly a pro-Alabama crowd. Davidson is focused on short notice, …

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Space exploration retirees receive grant for commemorative fountain

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (WHNT) – A memorial that ensures that Huntsville’s contributions to space exploration will be preserved is set to debut at US Space and Rocket Center. The Madison County Commission introduced the NASA / Marshall Retirees Association (MRA) with a grant of $ 50,000 Tuesday. The money will go …

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Amid chaos of national signing day, SEC powers grab top recruits

Through all the changes in the varsity sport landscape with money making opportunities for athletes and open transfers, one thing remains the same. A bunch of Southeastern Conference schools as well as venerable programs like Ohio State and Texas are at or near the top of national recruiting rankings. The …

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2 arrested in church gymnasium shooting against teenage Mormon missionary

Two suspects have been charged in connection with the church shooting that injured an 18-year-old missionary. The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office has charged 18-year-old Courtney Lee Knight with attempted murder in connection with the Dec. 3 gunfire at a Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints facility that injured Michael …

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Q Series graduates include the Hou sisters from Arizona, who are probably going pro now

Yu-Sang Hou and his younger sister, Vivian, had waited for this day all their lives. Now they are officially members of the LPGA. Yu-Sang, a fifth year senior in Arizona, and Vivian, a junior with the Wildcats, each finished in the top 45 and are tied in the two-week Q …

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Column: Big budget coaches are a symptom of misguided priorities

University of Southern California new football coach Lincoln Riley, left, and athletic director Mike Bohn, right, answer questions at a ceremony in Los Angeles on Monday, November 29, 2021 (AP Photo / Ashley Landis) Ashley landis PA A new college football coach doesn’t come cheap, especially when the one you’ve …

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