Tow truck driver hit, injured while helping driver on side of Hwy 280

A Weil Wrecker Service driver was seriously injured after a car slammed into him while he was helping someone on the side of Highway 280.

  Mueller finishes Russia investigation, submits report to Justice Department

Mueller is not recommending any more criminal charges for any more individuals as the investigation ends.
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  Miller Lite sues Bud Light over corn syrup ads

The lawsuit accuses Bud Light parent Anheuser-Busch of starting a "false and misleading advertising campaign" that said Miller Lite and Coors Light use corn syrup and high-fructose corn syrup.


  Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s deputies request equipment to expand emergency medical services

  Investigators rule out possible causes of Tuscaloosa church fire

Vehicle pursuit suspect shot by UAH police identified

Police: Child in house hit during drive-by shooting in Bessemer

  Oxford Police become first in state to adopt Neighbors by Ring app

Many of us already have a Ring style video surveillance system where you can see live video of your home or yard by checking your phone.
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Spaceflight activates herpes virus in astronauts, study finds

The longer astronauts spend in space, the more likely they are to have the disease reactivated, NASA finds.

  Pentagon list of proposed cuts to offset border wall includes Anniston Depot project

Blountsville Elementary substitute teacher’s gun accidentally goes off in 1st-grade classroom

  Nice weather prevails through the weekend

  Alabama softball off to best start in program history

Tickets on sale for Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game between Alabama and Duke

  Pat Mikula “Doing Good” with Mothers Sisters and Daughters

Woman, 33, killed in wreck on Richard Arrington Jr. Blvd

  AL high schooler accepted into 31 universities, awarded $1.1 million in scholarships

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Fentanyl-related overdose deaths up 1,000 percent, CDC says

In the five years from 2011 to 2016, the number of deaths linked to fentanyl grew from less than 1,700 to more than 18,000.


Report: Alabama, Avery Johnson negotiating contract buyout

  Snow Rogers Elementary students run for a cause


  Clinical trial coming to UAB could result in cure for sickle cell disease

  At least two Brighton bingo halls still open, despite cease and desist orders

  Forum on B’ham strategic plan touches on public safety

Man, 58, dead after shooting during argument in west Birmingham

BWW investigating discolored trees near scene of February chemical spill

There’s growing concern over trees turning brown near the Shades Mountain Filter Plant on Highway 280.You may remember, that's where the chemical spill happened last month.
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  Parkland, FL, school shooting survivor takes own life

Sydney Aiello’s mother said her daughter felt survivor’s guilt and was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder after being on campus the day of the shooting last year.

  Smithfield neighbors ask JeffCo Sheriff for help to fight crime

  Job seekers flock to Trussville career fair

  One week later, investigation continues into Hospitality Inn fires

Chelsea neighborhood takes Pelham to court over school zones