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  Parents, police plead for information in missing Montgomery baby case

The parents of a missing 1-month-old Montgomery baby spoke out for the first time Wednesday at a news conference at the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.

  ‘Fuel is coming,’ expert says as people panic buy gas

  Dallas County middle school students learn about prison life, good choices

  Fallen police officers honored across Alabama during National Police Week

Mom recovering from COVID-19 at UAB meets newborn son for first time

Florida man charged with drug trafficking after Montgomery County chase

Lee Co. Sheriff’s Office employees receive badges honoring March 3rd tornado victims

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  Gas averages top $3 for first time since 2014

New owners to reopen Eastdale Cinemas offer specials, low prices

Patient pooch’s wait on adoption from Alabama shelter at 840 days and counting

Gov. Kay Ivey awards grant to help child abuse victims in East Ala.

  Montgomery woman celebrates 102nd birthday and Mother’s Day

Hurricane Zeta was officially a major hurricane at landfall

  City leaders react to recent violence in Montgomery

City leaders say they are fed up with the violence in Montgomery.

Mayor: Buc-ee’s considering location in Auburn

Auburn Mayor Ron Anders has confirmed the company is interested.

  Alabama National Guard turns to vaccinating inmates, the homebound

Guard members finished their mass vaccination clinics in 24 rural counties last month and will now split up into smaller groups to find hard-to-reach populations.

2 arrested after I-85 confrontation leads to shots fired, Auburn police say

Two suspects have been arrested and charged in connection with a weekend shooting incident, according to the Auburn Police Department.

Fmr. Chilton County band director pleads guilty to distributing obscene material to student

Selma teen missing since February

  Couple identified as Union Springs double murder victims

16 finalists announced for Alabama teacher of the year

6th person dies from injuries in March tornado in Calhoun Co.

Deatsville 5-year-old wins ‘Big Gobbler’ photo contest

Oscar Mayer Wienermobile coming to cities around Montgomery

The Oscar Mayer Wienermobile is headed through the Montgomery area!

  Leaders urge people not to ‘panic buy’ gasoline

“Let’s not hoard gas,” one south Alabama mayor said. “Buying extra gas that you don’t need right now can make matters worse.”

  Court docs: Suspect shot at 3 Montgomery officers, injured 2

Court records have provided more details about a man involved in a shootout that left two Montgomery police officers injured over the weekend.

  7 injured in Monday night Montgomery shooting

Montgomery police are investigating a shooting that sent seven people to the hospital.

GRAPHIC: Dog with chain embedded in neck left outside Tuscaloosa animal shelter

Staff members brought the dog inside Tuesday morning and discovered she had a severely embedded chain in her neck.

  Woman dead after Prattville domestic incident, suspect arrested

A mother is dead and a man has been charged after a domestic incident turned deadly in Prattville.

Gov. Ivey, 19 governors sign letter to Pres. Biden on southern border crisis

Governor Ivey has signed on to a letter with 19 other governors calling on President Biden and Vice President Harris to take action on the crisis at the southern border.

ADPH: More than 531K COVID-19 cases as vaccination distribution expands

There’s no way of telling how many cases will be confirmed in Alabama, but the state began taking precautions on Friday, March 13, 2020.

Secretary of Labor explains Alabama pandemic unemployment benefit cessation

70,000 Alabamians will stop receiving $300 a week as part of that program beginning June 19.

State offering incentives for COVID vaccines, how they keep track of those who try to get vaccinated again

A state health leader told WBRC the effort was needed to because the states vaccination rate was too low.

  FBI names pipeline cyberattackers as company promises return

Colonial Pipeline offered an update Monday after revealing that it had halted operations because of a ransomware attack.

  Alabama to end use of all federal pandemic unemployment compensation programs

“Alabama is giving the federal government our 30-day notice that it’s time to get back to work,” Gov. Kay Ivey said Monday.

Business owners relieved as Gov. Ivey announces end to extra unemployment benefits

On June 19, Alabama is pulling the plug on federal boosts to unemployment, including that extra $300 a week for those collecting benefits.

ADOC: Inmate dies following assault at Bullock Correctional Facility

An ADOC spokeswoman said Regial Ingram died after sustaining injuries in an apparent inmate-on-inmate assault.

On Your Side: FEMA overhauls flood insurance rates, the best time to buy new policy

Flooding is top of mind for residents across the Birmingham area following last week’s torrential rainfall. The difficult reality for many - homeowner’s insurance policies do not cover flooding.

  Opelika Police Department updates public on campaign to reduce crime

The Opelika Police Department shared an update on their “Together, Opelika” campaign that launched six months ago.

State trooper accused of assault, sexual misconduct

Jason William Fox was charged with assault in the third degree and sexual misconduct.

Underwriters back out of Alabama prison construction project

Three underwriters for Alabama’s prison construction plan have withdrawn from the project.

Stolen Jefferson Davis chair returned to Selma cemetery

A century-old chair that made headlines after its recent disappearance from a Selma cemetery is back on its foundation.

  Merchants eager for new Montgomery Biscuits season to get cooking

Never before have the Montgomery Biscuits and downtown merchants looked so forward to hearing these two words Tuesday night; “Play ball!”

Man found not guilty of 2016 Montgomery capital murder charge

The jury returned with its verdict nearly five years to the day of the homicide.

  Free Alabama National Fair tickets possible with downloaded app, survey

The Alabama National Fair is dubbed the “Best 10 Day of Fall” but it could be even better for one family who gets to skip the ticket line!

Huntsville police officer convicted of murder on paid leave

Darby was placed on paid administrative leave on May 10, just three days after he was found guilty of murder.

ADECA surplus auction starts this week

The Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs will host its next state surplus property auction this week.

Man killed, ALEA Trooper injured in Tuscaloosa crash

The crash occurred on McFarland Blvd. at the intersection of Veterans Memorial Parkway in the Tuscaloosa city limits.

  Elementary students name Coosa County’s first ever K9 officer

Coosa Elementary School students were given the...ruff... job of coming up with a good name for the county sheriff’s office’s first ever K-9 officer.

Lightning sends chunk of I-10 pavement through truck’s windshield in Florida

Upon impact, the lightning strike sent a chunk of the interstate’s pavement flying through the air before hitting a truck. Both occupants were transported with injuries.

Rural, underserved Alabama communities to receive broadband access

Underserved communities across Alabama will soon receive broadband services thanks to nearly $17 million approved by Gov. Kay Ivey’s office.

Montgomery mask mandate allowed to expire

The expiration came Sunday without any action by the mayor or city council to extend it.

GasBuddy: What you need to know about the Colonial Pipeline cyberattack & gas prices

The Colonial Pipeline company, based in Georgia, said Saturday that it was hit by a ransomware attack and halted all pipeline operations to deal with the threat.

  Alabama artist creates monument to honor and inspire women

An Alabama artist is working to create monuments to honor the stories of three black women and the role they played in healthcare.

  Teen at center of Alabama Amber Alert found, alleged abductor captured

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency has canceled an Amber Alert for a missing 16-year-old believed to be in “extreme danger.”

Man killed in overnight Montgomery shooting

A homicide investigation is underway after a man was killed in an overnight Montgomery shooting

Gambling and gun rights bills to be decided on last day

Alabama lawmakers return to Montgomery on May 17 for the final day of the 2021 session.

Montgomery police unit among vehicles hit by gunfire

Several vehicles including a Montgomery Police Department vehicle were hit by gunfire Saturday night.

  Alabama is extending at-home vaccinations

Deputy State Health Officer, Dr. Karen Landers, said it’s important to think about those unable to leave their homes or with inadequate transportation.

  Alabama teen with rare cancer dies days after community’s touching rally

Just days after being welcomed home by the Dadeville community, Maddie McClendon has passed away. She was 18-years-old.

  Suspect in custody after Montgomery, Ala. officers shot

There is a large police presence in a north Montgomery neighborhood.

1 killed in 3-vehicle crash on I-65 near Hyundai Boulevard Friday

A woman is dead after a three-vehicle crash on Interstate 65 Friday afternoon, according to the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency.

  Millbrook restaurant sheltered customers inside freezer during tornado

Most of the damage was along Cobbs Ford Road, which is right where the restaurant Catfish House sits.

  Marion community reacts to closing of Judson College

Many of the residents of Marion were shocked and saddened to hear that Judson College will close its doors permanently this summer.

HPD Officer William Darby found guilty of murder; defense team, family speak at press conferences

On Friday, the jury will meet again to deliberate the fate of Huntsville Police Officer William Darby.

2 dead at Union Springs trailer park

Union Springs police confirm they are investigating a double homicide.

Wine industry looks forward to new Alabama law

The wine industry in Alabama is ready to take new steps after recent legislation will allow them to deliver.

Elmore County man charged in child sex abuse case

An Elmore County man has been arrested on sexual abuse charges.

  2 Wetumpka residents, others sought after large Panama City Beach fight

The Panama City Beach Police Department is investigating a large fight that broke in its city and believes a large number of those involved are from the Montgomery area.

  Alabama community rallies for teen in final stages of rare cancer battle

Maddie McClendon, 18, is in the final stages of her battle with cancer, but it’s the not disease that’s getting the upper hand. It’s something else her family considers far more potent.

  Scrap vehicles catch fire at Troy recycling center

Firefighters said scrap vehicles caught fire at Brantley Recycle Center.

Saban, Barkley, others to help encourage COVID vaccine in Alabama

Alabama head coach Nick Saban, basketball great Charles Barkley and other athletes will take part in a PSA to encourage people across Alabama to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

  Ivey ‘hopes’ to sign medical marijuana bill after thorough review

Gov. Kay Ivey said she hopes to sign a medical marijuana bill after thoroughly reviewing it.

State moves to impeach Alabama sheriff

The Alabama attorney general’s office is moving to impeach a sheriff accused of malfeasance.

Montgomery’s mask mandate set to expire Sunday

The capital city’s mask mandate is set to expire on Sunday as it’s currently unclear if the city has any plans to extend it.

Portion of Highway 80 to be named after John R. Lewis

The Alabama legislature passed a bill Thursday to name a portion of U.S. Highway 80, from Selma to Montgomery, after the late civil rights icon and congressman, John R. Lewis.

  Memorial service held for Alabama’s fallen law enforcement officers

Gov. Kay Ivey and other state leaders are honoring the state’s fallen law enforcement officers Friday morning.

Craft breweries across the nation come together for festival in downtown Opelika

Craft breweries from across the nation are ready to converge on beautiful downtown Opelika this weekend, bringing the opportunity for many to taste a great craft beer.

Don’t fall back: Alabama seeks permanent daylight saving

Lawmakers have voted to to permanently switch Alabama to daylight saving time if the U.S. Congress authorizes it.

  Gambling bill stalls in Alabama House as tempers flare

Lottery and casino legislation has stalled in the Alabama House of Representatives.

9-year-old shot in Birmingham Friday morning

The child’s injuries are not considered life-threatening.