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Nearly a year later, family still searching for answers in 23-year-old’s death

It’s been nearly a year of agony for the family of Deanthony Amari Cooper-Cain.In February 2019, police say the 23-year-old was one of two people shot while driving along Avenue W near Pratt City. The case remains unsolved.

  Costly Care: Medicare charged hundreds more than drug’s cost at cash value

A man noticed his insurance paid all of one medication, but then he discovered the federal government was billed hundreds more than market value.

  Whistle while going through airport security? TSA is watching you closely

Taking off your shoes, belt and unpacking the laptop are common things we do when going through security at the airport. Specially trained Transportation Security Administration officers are also looking at the expression on your face and you probably don't even realize it.

  Bail: The balance between rights and public safety

The murders of Blanchard and McKinney and the criminal records of those accused prompted the court of public opinion to question why Yazeed and Brown were allowed bond.

  Recognizing Hate: FBI begins counting its own hate crime cases in federal data, inaccurate numbers remain

After years of breaking the law, the FBI has finally and quietly released its own hate crime statistics. As InvestigateTV uncovered in Measure of Hate, while the FBI published annual hate crime statistics, the agency failed to release its own numbers.

Can Good RX Save You Money?

Good RX claims it can save you potentially $100's, but an Alabama healthcare advocate says you need to be a smart consumer.

  Watching Your Wallet: Make smart money moves before 2020

From maxing out retirement contributions to checking your car insurance rates, experts say there are a few smart financial steps to take before the new year starts.

  Two years later and the Jefferson County cemetery board still hasn’t met. What’s the hold up?

Over the past three years, we've received complaint after complaint about unkempt cemeteries in Jefferson County.

  Birmingham police taking scientific approach to fight crime

We recently sat down with Birmingham police to take a more in-depth look into how the department is now taking a scientific approach to fight crime.

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