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Follow the north Alabama wine trail

The north Alabama wine trails is a "trip to sip." Taking a different day trip allows explorers to discover a world where European tradition meets Southern charm. The trail leads to six wineries located in the southern tier of the Appalachian Mountains known as Sand Mountain. Wills Creek Winery resid

TIMES-JOURNAL

The Weather Authority | Dry Weather Pattern Stays In Place

From James Spann and the ABC 33/40 Weather Blog: HAPPY THANKSGIVING! We have a sub-freezing start start... some temperatures at daybreak include... Russellville 23 Black Creek 24 Gadsden 26 Concord 26 Cullman 28 Fort Payne 28 Coker 29 Heflin 29 Tuscaloosa 29 Birmingham 29 Anniston 30 The day will f

ABC 33/40 NEWS - 2017-11-23 07:10:24

Drug, alcohol and suicide deaths projected to jump in state over next decade

After years battling drug abuse and addiction in Calhoun County, the 33-year-old had a son, which helped him put his priorities in order. Ezell moved to Randolph County where he could more easily get a ride to work. He was clean for 18 months. In May Ezell had a momentary relapse. He took a dose of

ANNISTON STAR

People of Etowah: Shane Ellison

Gadsden has always been home for me. What is your occupation? City administration. For those that don't know what that entails, come spend a day at city hall working in the mayor's office with me. You'll either love it or hate it, but you won't be bored! What made you decide to work in your field?

GADSDENMESSENGER.COM

Come to Piedmont Fayette Hospital for tree-lighting ceremony

Christmas is coming and Piedmont Fayette is excited to kick off the holiday season. The third annual Great Piedmont Fayette Tree Lighting will be held on Monday, Nov. 27, from 6-7 p.m. and the public is invited to attend. Santa, Mrs. Claus and the Elf will once again visit Piedmont Fayette's Great T

THE CITIZEN ONLINE - 2017-11-23 12:24:59

Look Back ... to anticipation of a blackout, 1942

Nov. 24, 1942, in The Star:W. T. Morton, chief air raid warden on the Calhoun County Civilian Defense Committee, today advised his 450 wardens scattered throughout the county that they are still expected to go into action during the emergency blackout that's being planned for an unannounced time in

ANNISTON STAR - 2017-11-24 15:15:00

Anniston man indicted on multiple sex crimes

A grand jury in Calhoun County indicted an Anniston man on multiple sex crime charges. The five-count indictment against 65-year-old James Lynn Roper is for rape, sodomy and incest. The indictment alleges the sex crimes involved a child younger than 12 and happened over a five-year period from 2010

ABC 33/40 NEWS

Thank our lawmakers for the Iron Bowl

Alabama quarterback Jalen Hurts (2) is pulled down by Auburn defensive back Javaris Davis (31) during the Iron Bowl. Bill Wilson / The Anniston StarBill Wilson / The Anniston Star One way or another, nearly everything in Alabama boils down to two items: politics and football. We can debate which is

ANNISTON STAR - 2017-11-24 21:00:00

1 Dead in One-Vehicle Crash near La Feria

NEAR LA FERIA - State authorities are investigating a one-vehicle crash north of La Feria that left a 40-year-old man dead. According to the Department of Public Safety, a black 2016 Ford Mustang was traveling at high speed southbound on FM 733, near Clark Road early Friday morning when the driver l

KRGV - 2017-11-24 20:13:00

Hidalgo County accepting applications for Precinct 5 offices

EDINBURG - The Hidalgo County Commissioners Court is accepting applications from Precinct 5 residents for the constable and justice of the peace offices, commissioners announced Tuesday. Applications - which consist of a questionnaire and resume - will be accepted through Dec. 1, and the court plans

MCALLEN MONITOR - 2017-11-25 02:00:00

Attorney who defended South Texas sheriffs and drug kingpins dies at 77

Roberto J. "Bobby Joe" Yzaguirre, a Rio Grande Valley attorney who represented sheriffs and Gulf Cartel bosses, died Thursday. He was 77. Yzaguirre died on Thanksgiving at Doctors Hospital at Renaissance in Edinburg, days after suffering a heart attack. "I considered him a colleague - not just a def

KGBT-TV PRESENTS VALLEYCENTRAL.COM - 2017-11-24 22:27:20

Woman Accused of Mailing Bombs to Abbott, Obama

WESLACO - A woman is currently behind bars for being accused of sending a bomb to Gov. Greg Abbott and Former President Obama. CHANNEL 5 NEWS was able to obtain the indictment. Julia Poff is accused of mailing an explosive to Abbot, Obama and a Maryland commissioner last year. Court documents state

KRGV - 2017-11-24 05:42:00

Tom Landry Hall of Fame Stadium comes alive

For most of their adult lives attending Friday night football games at Mission High School was a family tradition for Joe and Maria Montemayor. Herself a Mission High graduate, Maria said the couple's four children are also MHS graduates and all three daughters, Marizol, Lauri and Melinda were cheer

PROGRESSTIMES.NET - 2017-11-24 15:00:00

Border Patrol agents arrest tocayos accused of transporting marijuana for 'El Whiskey'

Border Patrol agents arrested Arturo Garza III, 24, of Alamo and Arturo Jesus Quiroga, 18, of San Juan. (Photos courtesy of the Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office) Border Patrol agents arrested tocayos on Tuesday, when the duo attempted to transport nearly 635 pounds of marijuana for a smuggler nicknam

KGBT-TV PRESENTS VALLEYCENTRAL.COM - 2017-11-24 09:30:01

Back to the classics: Local arcade store feels national demand for nostalgia

McALLEN - The sound of more than 40 classic arcade machines fills the main floor of The Flux as customers are transported to an era when video games and toys required more than a swipe and a tap to be enjoyed. The shop - which feels more like a museum of vintage toys, games and other niche items tha

MCALLEN MONITOR - 2017-11-25 03:00:00

COMMENTARY: A golden and glorious 50th 5th grade reunion today in McAllen

In her North McAllen home recently, Linda Unland Quinn showed two yellow sheets of paper bearing the names and current addresses and phone numbers of 30 of her former students from her first fifth-grade class back in 1967. The list is penned in impeccable cursive - the kind only an elementary school

MCALLEN MONITOR - 2017-11-24 13:28:00

Thousands Flock to Millcreek Mall for Black Friday Deals

Black Friday is here, kicking off one of the busiest shopping days of the year. For the next month, you can expect stores to be jam-packed with customers who are looking to purchase holiday gifts. Thousands of shoppers flooded the Millcreek Mall today, in search of the perfect bargain. "Everything i

ERIETVNEWS.COM - 2017-11-25 01:48:00

Our view: GE's exit portends more turbulence for Erie

It's a given now that the future of the locomotive business in Erie will look very different from its past. It appears to be a given also that whatever that future holds for Erie, if anything, will not be driven by the General Electric Co. The corporate behemoth, struggling with cash flow and invest

ERIE TIMES-NEWS - 2017-11-24 07:00:00

Erie yacht club's tax fight goes to trial

Commodore Perry wants assessment reduced. Erie School District, Erie County Assessment Board want it increased. A private yacht club on Erie's bayfront has resumed its court challenge to reduce its property tax bill by as much as 66 percent. Commodore Perry Yacht Club, which sued over the assessed v

ERIE TIMES-NEWS - 2017-11-23 21:29:46

Erie School District's diversity survey nears end

Parents, community members can participate through Tuesday. Plans to expand hiring have also started. The Erie School District is moving ahead with a multi-faceted approach to address diversity. The district is designing plans to meet the needs of its student body and to help it increase diversity a

ERIE TIMES-NEWS - 2017-11-24 07:01:00