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  Overcast now, but sunshine returns by Sunday

Post-Tropical Cyclone Nestor brought wet weather to the area, but it’s quickly pulling away from Alabama

No. 11 Auburn pounces Hogs

Prayer service held for Cupcake on Saturday

  Robert Grier, Montgomery’s longest-serving fire chief, dies at 75

Auburn breaks FBS record in second half against Arkansas

Ala. student being held on $100k bond for alleged bomb threat against Tiger Stadium

  Searching for Kamille McKinney: Police release video of suspect, person of interest & possibly missing toddler

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Second suspect arrested in Montgomery bank robbery

  Beto O’Rourke meets voters in Montgomery

Volunteer firefighter in Coosa Co. killed when truck overturns

  County commissioners discuss Outer Loop project improvements

  Bessemer man freed after 36 years in prison for $50 robbery gets second chance

Driver and aide injured in school bus accident in St. Clair County

A school bus driver and an aide were hurt when a school bus flipped in St. Clair County.

Funeral service Saturday for off-duty Birmingham officer killed in crash

Officer Alfara Franklin died in a single-vehicle accident on October 1st in Lipscomb.

  Single punch leaves Elmore County teen in critical condition

An Elmore County teenager is in critical condition after being punched after Holtville High School’s football game last week.

  Many school systems see improvements on state report card

How is your child's school system doing? Here's the answer.

Police: Woman concocted raccoon story to cover up boyfriend shooting

  Testimony reveals more than 70 shots fired during deadly midtown house party

Man arrested in several burglaries in Autauga County

Capitol steps rally kicks off Federation of Teachers conference

House fire extinguished on Meridian Lane

Recent rains are helping ease Alabama drought

Tallassee man faces rape, sexual abuse charges

A Tallassee man was arrested this week on charges of rape and sexual abuse.

Last of 3 defendants in 2013 Oklahoma slaying pleads guilty

The last of three Alabama men charged in a fatal shooting in the Oklahoma Panhandle more than six years ago has pleaded guilty to murder

  MPS improves on state’s 2018-19 school system report card

The report card, which focuses on the 2018-19 school year, shows MPS earned an overall C for the year.

  Images show man wanted in Montgomery bank robbery

Montgomery police have released photos of a suspect wanted for a bank robbery.

Alabama school report cards released in new, user-friendly layout

State School Superintendent Dr. Eric Mackey said “scores across the state are up," and said he was also proud of Montgomery County scores.

16-year-old charged after woman found dead in Auburn

Auburn police have charged a 16-year-old with murder after a woman was discovered dead inside a home Thursday.

  Montgomery BEST robotics competition kicks off Friday

Montgomery’s first ever BEST Robotics competition officials kicks off Friday.

Lanes reopen on I-65 NB near Hyundai Boulevard after crash

Motorists traveling on Interstate 65 northbound near Hyundai Boulevard may experience delays after a crash.

Opry Entertainment Group, Gray TV announce Circle, a new country lifestyle network

Circle will feature original programming centered around artists and their lives on and off the stage. Its lineup includes the return of a weekly broadcast of the Grand Ole Opry, the show that made country music famous.

Animal advocates ask Alabama college to punish researchers

An animal rights activist group is asking an Alabama university to discipline students who they say improperly administered hazardous drugs to animals during research.

Demopolis community honors two students who died in drowning

Community members gathered Thursday to honor two Demopolis students who died in a recent drowning incident.

  Remains of Bessemer veteran killed at Pearl Harbor finally return home

In full military honor, the remains of World War II hero Johnnie C. Laurie returned home to Bessemer Thursday. More than 77 years ago, Laurie entered the Navy to fight for his country.

Presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke coming to Montgomery

The Alabama Young Democrats will hold a meet and greet in Montgomery for presidential candidate and former U.S. congressman Beto O’Rourke.

  Educators encourage high school students to attend trade schools

Alabama’s automotive manufacturing sector employed 40,000 people in 2018.

  Officials offer fire safety tips for colder weather

As the temperatures outside drop, many people turn the temperatures inside, up. But before you light your fire place, or plug in your space heater, fire officials want to make sure you’re taking the proper precautions.

  ADPH reviewing drug theft at Montgomery senior living facility

The Alabama Department of Public health is reviewing an incident involving a midnight drug theft at Elmcroft Senior Living.

  Montgomery set to host World Firefighter Challenge next week

The Challenge seeks to encourage firefighter fitness and demonstrate the profession’s rigors to the public.

  ALEA streamlines recruiting policy for more marine patrol hires

The agency is carving out a direct path for anyone interested in enforcing the state’s laws on the water.

Two B’ham officers injured while responding to shoplifting incident

One police officer bitten and one stunned with a stun gun at a food market in Birmingham.

Ivey remains just outside Top 10 on most popular governors list

Ivey had ranked as the nation’s third most popular governor for five quarters before tumbling out of the Top 10 during the second quarter of the year.

Montgomery Lions Club holding 16th annual Chili Cook-off

It’s almost time for the annual Chili Cook-off, hosted by the Montgomery Lions Club.

Man, 53, dies in accident involving Tuscaloosa City school bus

Tuscaloosa police say Michael Conner’s Kia Forte collided with the rear driver’s side of the bus Thursday morning.

Suspects wanted in August arson at Montgomery apartment complex

Montgomery Fire/Rescue is searching for suspects in a case of arson, which happened in August.

  Montgomery rededicates Bible display placed downtown in 1945

For decades, those waiting on a bus or just passing by had something to read, albeit through a heavy glass cover, as they passed the time.

  Samford football player changes his last name to honor stepfather

Samford offensive lineman George Grimwade legally changed his last name from Grimwade to Musto to honor his stepfather, who helped raise him.

Prattville robbery suspects charged with attempted murder

The three suspects in a Prattville robbery have been identified.

Ex-sheriff gets probation in tax case

A former Alabama sheriff will avoid going to prison after pleading guilty to failing to file tax returns

  Third Montgomery bank robbed in 10 days

A man walked in, showed a note and then fled on foot, according to MPD spokeswoman Capt. Regina Duckett.

Man charged with shooting into Montgomery home

A man is facing felony charges after Montgomery police say he shot into a home with people inside.

  18-wheeler driver killed in I-65 crash in Montgomery

The Montgomery Police Department has identified the driver of an early morning, two-vehicle crash as 42-year-old Mobile resident Clifton Taylor.

Police: Woman giving medical treatment to suspect bitten

A man has been charged with assault after Montgomery police say a woman was bitten.

Deck the halls! Blue Bell releases Christmas Cookies Ice Cream

The ice cream company says it has increased production “to meet the unbelievable demand” for the flavor.

Search experts warn social media could hurt kidnapping investigation

Search experts caution you may be slowing down the investigation into Kamille McKinney’s kidnapping through social media.

  Thousands of acres of hemp legally planted in Ala.

They approved more than 180 growers in Alabama.

Poarch Band of Creek Indians respond after being targeted by dark money group

The Poarch Band of Creek Indians fired back after former state Senator Gerald Dial held a news conference to announce a new non-profit, Poarch Creek Accountability Now, or PCAN, a 501c(4) created to pressure the state to find a way to tax the tribe’s gaming revenue.

  Drugs, medical cart stolen from Montgomery senior living facility

Another investigation is underway at Elmcroft Senior Living off Taylor Road in east Montgomery.

  Councilman-Elect reflects on journey

Oronde Mitchell is going to be sworn in to Montgomery’s City Council on Nov. 12, but his journey to a council seat was not an easy one.

  New businesses opening soon in Andalusia

Two people from different walks of life taking a chance on a dream.

Alabama releases copy of execution procedures

Alabama is making its execution protocol public after being ordered to do so by a federal judge

Governor Ivey helps break ground for New Brockton business

The project will create 80 new jobs over the next 5 years; adding to the 230 positions already at the current distribution center in Elba.

  MILITARY MATTERS: Auburn baseball team trains like Army Rangers

It was a team-building event for the Auburn University baseball team as they took on an obstacle course that’s part of rigorous Army Ranger training.

ADPH confirms third case of vaping-related lung disease

The good news is that of the reports ADPH has looked into, most have been found to be unrelated to vaping.

Man charged with shooting into Montgomery home

A man has been arrested in reference to a Wednesday morning shooting in Montgomery.

Investigators find missing East Alabama man’s remains, several in custody

Etowah County investigators found human bones believed to belong to Johnny Lee Rhodes, who was reported missing on September 7.

Gunshot fired during robbery at Prattville shopping center

Three suspects are in custody after an attempted purse snatching in a Prattville shopping center Wednesday.

  ’Courageous Eight’ traveling exhibit to premiere at ASU

The exhibit is based on the Selma voting rights activists known as the "Courageous Eight."

Selma Regional Job Fair set for Thursday

More than 25 employers representing 1,500 jobs will be there, according to Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey’s office.

Jones leads in Senate race fundraising

U.S. Sen. Doug Jones raised $2 million over the summer as he heads to a tough re-election fight in Alabama

BREAKING: Kamille McKinney not located at B’ham apartment complex after hours-long search

The apartment complex is located in the 2700 block of Jefferson Ave. near 28th St. SW.

Mical Seafood, Inc. expands recall for tuna products sold in 23 states

A Florida seafood company expanded a recall for some of its tuna products because of the risk of scombroid fish poisoning.

Police: Man charged with sending porn to juvenile

Montgomery police have charged a man they say was sending explicit material to a juvenile.

Huntsville man connected to worldwide take down of child pornography site

A Huntsville man and hundreds of others were charged worldwide in the take down of the largest darknet child pornography website which was funded by bitcoin.

Open house Wednesday for Montgomery’s comprehensive city plan draft

The Envision Montgomery 2040 Steering Committee will present its draft Comprehensive Plan for the city of Montgomery.

WSFA 12 News to visit Andalusia on Hometown Tour Wednesday

WSFA 12 News will also be in Andalusia this week for the next stop on our Hometown Tours.

  Larkin declared winner after District 3 election results certified

The city clerk said someone who loses an election has 48 hours after certification to decide whether to submit a petition for a recount.

B’ham attorney offers services to Kamille McKinney’s captors for $1 in exchange for her safe return

It’s been more than 72 hours into since the reported kidnapping of a Birmingham toddler and there’s still no sign of 3-year-old Kamille McKinney.

Cullman County mother charged with murder after two children found dead

The Cullman County Sheriff’s Office confirms that 32-year-old Sara Franco Tapia is charged with murder after her two children were found dead at a home there Saturday.

City council votes to increase police officer pay in Opelika

Opelika City Council voted unanimously to pass a resolution to help increase pay for the city’s police officers and change job structures.