Shelby County Sheriff’s office searching for missing 15-year-old last seen in Maylene area

The Shelby County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a 15-year-old girl who was last seen in the Maylene area.

Georgia school with large crowds reports positive virus cases, closes for cleaning

The principal of North Paulding High School in a suburb west of Atlanta sent a letter Saturday to parents disclosing the positive tests.
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WATCH: Good Samaritans save Pa. father, 4 kids after car swept up in floodwaters

Five strangers took a backhoe into floodwaters to rescue a father and his four children after their car was swept away.

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Woman shot and killed in Tuscaloosa County

Multiple crews on scene of house fire in Bessemer

  UAB medical school awarded $7 million to improve primary care in rural Alabama

Small plane makes emergency landing on I-20/59 near Tuscaloosa

Hoover focuses on new COVID-19 rules during first scrimmage

Saturday’s scrimmage for Hoover came with extra pressure for the players as they tried to focus on the game and the AHSAA’s COVID-19 guidelines.
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Man serving life sentence for $30 of marijuana to be freed in La.

Prosecutors in Louisiana agreed earlier this week to release Derek Harris, who has served nine years in prison.

Black Lives Matter Gadsden holds peaceful march

VIDEO: Remains of Quinnyon Wimberly removed from Hard Rock collapse site nearly 10 months later; family speaks

  Hoover dads help clean up schools

Pinson pedestrian killed on Hwy 79

  Health department fielding hundreds of calls about restaurants violating “safer at home” orders

  Birmingham City Schools move coaches around to help keep High School football players safe

  SEC outlines strict COVID-19 rules including multiple tests a week

  Birmingham City Schools limiting the amount of fans in the stadium for High School football

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Ohio governor’s conflicting COVID-19 tests raise backlash

The Ohio governor’s positive, then negative, tests for COVID-19 have provided fuel for skeptics of government pandemic mandates and critics of his often-aggressive policies.

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Hoover focuses on new COVID-19 rules during first scrimmage

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Search continues for missing Kansas mother as new video emerges

  Gov. Ivey awards $100 Million of CARES Act Funding to Nursing Homes and Hospitals

  Dansby Foods supercenter planned for old Walmart in Fairfield

  More counties in ‘moderate’ risk category, but we’re not in the clear yet

  FIRST ALERT: Hot temperatures expected this weekend

Expect a partly cloudy sky Friday night with overnight lows in the mid 70s. Rain chances will be limited.
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  US tops 5 million confirmed coronavirus cases, to Europe’s alarm

The confirmed number of coronavirus cases in the U.S. reached 5 million Sunday, by far the highest in the world, according to the tally kept by Johns Hopkins University.

  Tuscaloosa church gives away free masks for those concerned about COVID-19

  Tuscaloosa bar owner worries new restrictions will hurt his business

  A Georgiana man is recovering from a hard-fought battle with COVID-19

  Projections show new deaths from COVID-19 to 295,000 by December 1st

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