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  Gov. Kay Ivey: Census 2020 now more important than ever

Gulf Shores announces cancellation of the 2020 Hangout Music Festival

ALDOT employee in Jeffco has coronavirus

‘No one considers themselves heroic’: A UAB nurse tells stories from the frontlines of the coronavirus crisis

AG Steve Marshall partners with eBay to combat price gouging

ADEM: You don’t have to hoard water, yours is okay

WATCH: 4-year-old Evelyn ‘Vadie’ Sides tells story of being missing for 2 days in Lee Co. woods

UAB to help test a vaccine for coronavirus

Family throws drive-by birthday party for 84-year-old Granny

Couple caught having sex in police parking lot

Tuscaloosa Mayor Walt Maddox issues 24-hour curfew, asking residents to stay home

ABC stores will remain open as “non-essential” businesses close around the state

Alabama Community College System to extend online instruction, graduation activities postponed

University of Alabama offering students refunds for housing, dining, and parking

More than 9,000 people file for unemployment in Alabama from March 14-21

UAB among U.S. sites hosting new clinical trial for COVID-19 treatment

UAB: 60 patients are being treated for coronavirus, half are on ventilators

City of Birmingham under Shelter in Place in order

UAB’s COVID-19 testing site sees more than 200 people on first day

NWS issues statement regarding tornado shelters during pandemic

Hundreds of coronavirus tests administered in Tuscaloosa are unusable

Publix now hiring to meet demand from coronavirus crisis

Mercedes-Benz to temporarily halt production in response to coronavirus pandemic

Jefferson County’s health officer issues more stringent health order, nonessential businesses to be closed

UAB: Social distancing Do’s and Don’ts

Publix offering senior shopping hours Tuesday & Wednesday mornings

Nurse at physical recovery center in Vestavia Hills has coronavirus, testing of residents underway

UPDATE: Church of the Highlands’ Grants Mill Road location to reopen Thursday after reaching capacity for COVID-19 testing today

UAB: no more in-person classes this semester, possible virtual graduation

UAB Infectious Disease doctor tests positive for COVID-19