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Establishment media celebrates migrant siege... [Read More]
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LaGrange police are investigating a robbery in a LaGrange Walmart's parking lot. [Read More]
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The Lee County Sheriff's Office has arrested an Opelika woman in connection with a 2016 murder. [Read More]
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They say the lollipops and Tic Tac look-a-likes they seized are suspected to be laced with ecstasy and THC. [Read More]
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The LaGrange Police Department is on the lookout for a suspect accused of shoplifting at a Dollar General. [Read More]
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The Columbus Police Department is investigating a robbery at a Family Dollar on Buena Vista Rd. [Read More]
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With October comes the beginning of flu season that lasts until mid-May. [Read More]
After telling Congress in Sept. there was no censorship, Google suddenly says we should all be thankful to Big Brother and the surveillance state. [Read More]
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If you want to cast a ballot in the midterm elections, but will not be available to do so on election day, you can cast... [Read More]
The Opelika Police Department is currently investigating a shooting that took place over the weekend. [Read More]
Get your resumes ready because another job fair is coming to Columbus. [Read More]
Randy Wilkes, the superintendent of Phenix City Schools, has been named Alabama's Superintendent of the Year. [Read More]
The Columbus Police Department has taken a man accused of multiple sex crimes into custody. [Read More]
Jarfly is a new bar and restaurant that is set to open on Oct. 15. [Read More]
A new pizza restaurant is opening its doors for the first time today. [Read More]
The women of Destiny Ministries hosted a breast cancer brunch over the weekend. [Read More]
Columbus police are currently investigating an early morning shooting that claimed the life of one man. [Read More]
Major whistleblower reveals all on today's show... [Read More]
A former Auburn mayoral candidate has been arrested for the second time in a month. [Read More]
Phenix City police have released surveillance photos in the hopes that the public will recognize a man accused of armed robbery. [Read More]
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