Mother charged with DUI in crash that killed 1-year-old son in Las Vegas

Police say the mother was drunk and driving at 121 miles per hour when she crashed into another car at a Las Vegas intersection. Her car went off the road and hit a sign, which severed off the right half of her car.
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Caught on camera: Officer saves choking baby in Mich.

It shows the Sterling Heights, Mich. officer meeting the family outside their home. One of them is holding the 3-week-old girl, who is not breathing.


Cullman County offering traditional and virtual learning this fall

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  What’s the protocol if a teacher or student is diagnosed with COVID-19?

Senator Doug Jones responds to results of Alabama GOP primary runoff

  Percentage of positive COVID-19 tests increasing in AL

New numbers in Tuesday from Johns Hopkins University and Medicine show our state with a 16.5% positive COVID-19 test rate.
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Ex-NBA superstar Shaq assists stranded Florida driver

Authorities say former NBA superstar Shaquille O'Neal stopped along a Florida highway to help a motorist stranded by a blown out tire.

Al. Rep Ronald Johnson, longest serving member of the house, dies at age 76

Ivey sets deadline for response to lawmakers’ school safety proposal

  Birmingham Police Department gets upgrade in body cams

  How do you know if you’ve fully recovered from COVID-19?

  Tarrant City School leaders continue to work on reopening plan

  UAB Football expecting decision on season by end of July

Police need help identifying suspect in attempted robbery

Next step for Century Plaza to become logistics center and bring over 300 jobs

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First federal execution in 17 years; another set Wednesday

The execution of Daniel Lewis Lee, over the objection of the victims' relatives and following days of legal wrangling and delays, revived the debate over capital punishment during a time of widespread social unrest.


  Without Minor League Baseball, Regions Field becomes home to several youth baseball camps

Joe Burrow gets road in Baton Rouge named after him


  Birmingham mayor: We now have an outright ban on chokeholds

  Tuscaloosa PD: Search for suspect, 15-year-old girl shot outside University Mall was innocent bystander

  Indian Springs community garden providing fresh produce during a pandemic

  Gadsden council members express enforcement concerns about proposed mask ordinance

Alabama ABC board extends curbside alcohol sales

The ABC Board voted to extend the Emergency Curbside Sales Authorization until September 15, 2020.
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  Months after initial coronavirus infection, patients suffer lingering effects

Some people who have been battling the virus have been feeling the effects for months.

Ivey to meet with key Coronavirus Task Force leader

As school year approaches, leaders worry about teacher, staff shortages, protecting vulnerable

SEC postpones soccer, volleyball and cross country

Several days pass without signs of Montgomery girl


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