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Montgomery, Ala.—Huntingdon College President J. Cameron West announced today the formation of a summer seminar/awareness program focused on economic and community development for rising high school seniors. The Huntingdon College Economic and Community... [Read More]
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Our Golden Apple Award winner this week comes from a small private school in Montgomery. In her 13th year of teaching, Faith Franks, from Bethany Christian Academy, wants to instill words of wisdom... [Read More]
As inauguration day gets closer, some people are deciding to not attend the event while others are already packing their bags.  Political Analyst Steve Flowers says Alabama will be represented on the big... [Read More]
Monday marked the 88th birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Many people came to visit his home on 309 Jackson Street in Montgomery. Dexter Museum and Parsonage director Shirley Cherry tells us more... [Read More]
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From the West Alabama Newsroom– Dozens of Auburn University students commemorate the King holiday by performing service projects in Selma and Dallas County. Fifty students decided to take a day on instead of... [Read More]
Hatcher speaks at the annual Freedom Breakfast. More than 400 people came out to the Butler County Civic League's annual Freedom Breakfast celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The BCCL held a traditional breakfast,... [Read More]
6th to the construction industry in an effort to create awareness of and to promote an interest in future careers in... [Read More]
After playing on the field under Bear Bryant, Bill Battle's path came full circle when he returned to the university as Athletics Director in 2013. Sports analyst John Longshore says he did a... [Read More]
Two people were killed in a head-on collision on Interstate 85. State troopers say the accident occurred Sunday in Macon County near Shorter. Sixty-five-year-old James Patrick Owens of Vestavia was killed when the... [Read More]
Montgomery, AL- Impact Alabama will hold a press conference on Monday, January 16, at 10 a.m. announcing that Impact Alabama's annual free tax preparation services for working families in Montgomery will be available at... [Read More]
Greg Byrne, Vice President for Athletics at the University of Arizona, will become the new Director of Athletics at The University of Alabama effective March 1, pending approval of The University of Alabama... [Read More]
Bill Battle, Director of Athletics at The University of Alabama, announced Sunday evening that he is going to retire from his post to assume a new role as Special Assistant to the President.... [Read More]
A local chapter of bike enthusiasts wanted to give back to homeless veterans. They teamed up with the VA to ride and raise money. [Read More]
Selma Police are investigating a homicide today after a body was found in a car Saturday morning. Authorities say Nicholas Bell was found dead around 11 a.m. with a gunshot wound to the head.... [Read More]
Several area organizations spent the day giving back to the community. It was all part of the Cleveland Avenue YMCA Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of service. Fraternities and sororities and youth orgnizations... [Read More]
Dozens of people came out to Prattville's Hampton Inn to support Jessica Bentley, a woman in need of a bone marrow transplant. Bentley was diagnosed with leukemia last October. Saturday, people were able... [Read More]
News of the possible intervention in Montgomery Public Schools by the Alabama State Department of Education is hitting parents hard. JaNai Thompson has two daughters in MPS and says she's not sure the... [Read More]
From the West Alabama Newsroom– A historic church in Selma is awarded a half million dollar grant by the National Park Service. Brown Chapel AME Church was a starting point for marches and... [Read More]
From the West Alabama Newsroom– Dozens of hunters have answered the call of the wild this weekend in Dallas County, all in support of a local school. Forty-eight hunters from all over the... [Read More]
Making that failing list means that your school is in the bottom 6 percent statewide. But Thomas Rain with the A+ Education Partnership says that number can be a little misleading. "If you... [Read More]
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