Beware of a fast wiener dog in Pelham

A Pelham weiner dog is racing around the country to see if he is the fastest dachshund in the country. His name is weenie and his handler/owner Megan Ramirez is taking this quite serious. Even to the point Weenie actually trains for the races doing real exercises like squats, burpees and push-ups.

  Mom throws kids from third story of building to save them from fire

Trapped inside on the burning third story was O'Sheana Harrison and her kids, all under the age of 3. Four Des Moines officers are being hailed as heroes for their efforts to save the family.
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  West Virginia man found guilty in infant’s rape, murder; jury recommends no mercy

It took the jury two hours to find the man guilty of multiple charges in the 2016 death of a 10-month-old girl.

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  Cullman County residents still recovering after hail storm a year ago

  What JSU officials learned from the storm

  Tracking the St. Clair County tornado, one year later

  Recovery continues in Jacksonville neighborhood after tornado

Safe Place awareness week: How to help children in need

This week, Family Connection in Shelby County is raising awareness to a program that helps abused or troubled children daily.
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  Wednesday is the last supermoon of 2019, and actually it’s a super worm moon

It's the vernal equinox, a super worm moon - so much happening in the night skies on Wednesday.

  Report: Homicide 5th leading cause for premature death in Jefferson County

  Amazon delays opening, what does that mean for jobs?

  Jacksonville students reflect on the past year

  JSU holds ceremony to remember the tornado that rocked the campus

  Birmingham PD to start enforcing weight restrictions at downtown bridges

Three men arrested, charged with capital murder after Tuscaloosa shooting

21 people displaced after Center Point apartment fire

  WATCH: A look at JSU one year after tornado ripped through Jacksonville

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  WWII soldier’s remains returned home to Utah 74 years after his death

Decades later, a German man, Adolf Hagedorn, found the crash site, and the digging began to find the plane.

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  Beware of a fast wiener dog in Pelham

Alabama earns a No. 1 seed in NIT

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A new beginning for church destroyed by tornado

Jacksonville neighborhoods, families recover from tornado

  The recipe to success is in the art for a Birmingham baker

Birmingham, Fairfield fire crews battling house fire

Behind the Front: JSU tornado - one year later

On March 19th, 2018, a tornado hit Jacksonville, Alabama, causing widespread damage, including on the campus of Jacksonville State University. J-P Dice and Wes Wyatt look back at the severe weather event and how those communities have been working to rebuild these last 12 months.
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  Officials: Air is safe near newly extinguished Houston-area petrochemical fire

The plume of smoke extended above 4,000 feet on Tuesday and was being carried away on the wind, so the fire is not affecting the surrounding neighborhoods, authorities say.

Bessemer firefighters battling house fire

  Vestavia Hills P.D. may soon get its first gun range

  Cullman unveils plans for indoor sports complex

  JSU president says university 'substantially recovered’ from March 2018 tornado

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  Tracking the tornado that hit Jacksonville

  What JSU officials learned from the storm

  Jacksonville students reflect on the past year