Food for Thought: This week’s restaurant inspection scores

Food For Thought 10-18-18

Caution urged over fake ‘pop-up charities’ preying on Michael donors

AL governor orders freeze on violent inmates' early parole

Don’t let scammers use pink ribbons to get your money

  Food for Thought 10/11

Dozens of convicts removed from parole docket

Be aware of price gouging in wake of Hurricane Michael

Homeowners urged to use licensed contractors in wake of storm

Watching Your Wallet: Budget now for holiday spending

Officials warn against Facebook hoax messages

Food for Thought 10/4

58K Clear & Simple digital pregnancy tests recalled

New tariffs will likely impact AL car industry

FDA: 38 ill in egg-based salmonella outbreak affecting AL, GA, TN

AL Parole Board releases inmates with life sentences

Food for Thought 9/27

Get a better TV picture with HDR technology

Is your smartphone listening to your conversations?

BBB warns of new ‘grandparent scam’ that nearly left Huntsville man out of thousands

Report: Customers are overpaying on a quarter of all prescriptions

Watching Your Wallet: Will Social Security be there when you retire?

River Region real estate market stable decade after Great Recession

Big Pharma was supposed to self-police fentanyl prescriptions. It failed. Patients died.

Food for Thought 9/14

You can help uncover political ad targeting on Facebook

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Food for Thought: High & low restaurant inspection scores

Food for Thought: Restaurant inspection scores

Food for Thought: Restaurant inspection scores

Scammers use Alabama National Fair to steal your money

Defenders Report: Scammers impersonate federal agents in grand jury scheme

12 Defenders Alert: Don't get scammed by movers

Firefighters extinguish fire at vacant Montgomery home

12 Defenders: BBB says scammers target military members

School bus driver caught texting, investigation shows more issues

Rise in cost of education leads to new student loan pitfalls


  First Alert: Much cooler air filtering into the state

Local business owner has copper stolen from him

Opelika’s OPS One to be sold for $14 million

Third graders with winning smiles to help state promote oral health

A third-grade boy and girl will win the ‘Share Your Smile with Alabama’ contest, making them the featured attraction in upcoming state marketing promoting flossing and brushing.