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Thousands of Alabama fans support football team during parade celebration

Lauren Borek and Andrew Kent stood out amongst the sea of Crimson Tide fans, something Minkah Fitzpatrick was sure to point out. Fitzpatrick, defensive back and co-team captain for the 2017 Crimson Tide football team, was standing on the steps of Bryant-Denney Stadium Saturday afternoon following a

TUSCALOOSA NEWS - 2018-01-21 00:30:33

1 dead, 3 to be arrested following early January Union Springs shooting

The Union Springs Police Department signed seven arrest warrants following a shooting on Jan. 7. Cpt. Sharon Dean said the warrants are for three people. The original charges were for first-degree assault, shooting into an occupied dwelling and shooting into an occupied vehicle. One of the two peopl

WSFA - 2018-01-20 02:50:07

Harley Barber's mom says daughter is degrading herself, OK with punishment

The estranged mother of a former University of Alabama student who left school after she posted videos to social media in which she repeatedly used the n-word and other profanities called her daughter's behavior degrading. Jill Barbera told NJ.com she didn't raise her 19-year-old daughter, who is fr

AL.COM - 2018-01-19 17:12:00

Firefighters battling house fire in west Birmingham

Updated: 6:42 PM CST Jan 20, 2018 Firefighters tonight are battling a large house fire in west Birmingham. Crews were called to a blaze on 7th Street West around 6 p.m. and arrived to find a house engulfed by flames. Smoke from the fire can be seen on WVTM 13's Red Mountain SkyCam. It's unknown at

WVTM13.COM - 2018-01-21 00:42:00

Birmingham teen indicted on 7 felony assault charges in Center Point church carnival shooting

Updated: 1:04 PM CST Jan 18, 2018 A Jefferson County grand jury has indicted a Birmingham teen in connection with a church carnival shooting in Center Point that left seven people injured, including a baby girl. Laeric Bailey, 17, is facing seven counts of second-degree assault. Bailey, a former H

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South Alabama Women's March dings Trump, promotes women for political office

They came holding colorful signs promoting women's role in politics and in opposition of President Donald Trump and his agenda. And the women who marched around a public park in Mobile Saturday also joined together in chants, such as "Not the church. Not the state. Women must control their fate." Bu

AL.COM - 2018-01-20 23:23:39

Prostitution crackdown leads to criminal charges against 26 in Tuscaloosa

All had bond set at a thousand dollars each and all have court appearances set for February. (MGN) More than two dozen men face soliciting prostitution charges in Tuscaloosa. Court documents just made public show the 26 arrests were made over a three day period from January 12 through the 14th. Six

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Crews working house fire near Birmingham Southern College

BIRMINGHAM, Ala (WIAT): Birmingham Fire crews responded to the scene of a large house fire near Birmingham Southern College on Saturday. The two story structure was completely engulfed by the time crews arrived, per a Battalion Chief on scene. Fire crews say the structure appeared to have been occ

WIAT TV - 2018-01-21 01:49:52

Executive: Hilcorp plans to spend $285M in Alaska this year

KENAI, Alaska (AP) - Oil and gas company Hilcorp announced that it plans to spend about $285 million in Alaska during 2018. CompanyOperations ManagerChad Helgeson made the spending plans public on Jan. 10 at a forum in Kenai, the Peninsula Clarion reported Tuesday. Helgeson said the largest portio

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Second-half surge pushes Soldotna past Kodiak

Kodiak's attempt to slow the game down stymied Soldotna for the first half. The Stars figured things out after halftime. Behind 31 second-half points, Soldotna rolled to a 52-29 Northern Lights Conference boys basketball victory over the Bears Thursday at Soldotna High School. Kodiak's attempt to s

KODIAK DAILY MIRROR

Kenai officials explore permits for dip net fishery vendors

KENAI, Alaska (AP) - Kenai city officials are exploring permit options for beach vendors that aim to help local entrepreneurs and the city capitalize on the summer dip net fishery. The Peninsula Clarion reports the Kenai City Council on Wednesday held informal discussions on issuing permits and inst

HERALDCOURIER.COM - 2018-01-20 17:25:43

Troopers catch theft suspect after 4-hour standoff in AP

Dellan Vanbuskirk in a 2016 mug shot. (Photo courtesy Homer Police) A four-hour standoff in Anchor Point on Tuesday night that involved Alaska State Troopers and a Special Emergency Response Team ended without incident when troopers arrested a man wanted for vehicle theft. Troopers found Dellan Va

HOMER NEWS

Intentionally excluded? Mat-Su Borough protests port's omission from Alaska LNG site selection

PALMER - The Matanuska-Susitna Borough says an evaluation of the best place to put a giant proposed natural gas liquefaction project inaccurately and unfairly left out the borough's beleaguered port. The state's Alaska Gasline Development Corp., which is leading the $45 billion Alaska LNG project,

ANCHORAGE DAILY NEWS

Could false nuke alert happen on the Kenai Peninsula?

A bald eagle sits on top of a tsunami warning tower on the Homer Spit near Mariner Park on Tuesday morning, Sept. 2, 2014, after an error in the alert system caused a false tsunami warning. Towers like this situated in coastal Alaska towns are designed primarily to warn of tsunamis, but also can war

HOMER NEWS

Troopers arrest man for crashing into parked cars outside Soldotna restaurant, leaving scene

SOLDOTNA, Alaska (KTUU) Alaska State Troopers say William Cloer, 61, had been asked to leave the Duck Inn Friday night when he allegedly got into his SUV and rammed into four parked cars before taking off toward . The Kenai resident caused several thousands of dollars in damages to the vehicles, tro

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Despite Port/Point Mac error, Kenai destination for LNG plant unlikely to change

PALMER - The Mat-Su Borough's request for reconsideration of Port MacKenzie as a site for a large natural gas liquefaction plant in lieu of Nikiski, on the Kenai Peninsula, may cause a hiccup in regulatory proceedings for the large Alaska LNG Project, but is unlikely to result in a change of the pla

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Two arrested on sex charges in Laurel Co.

LONDON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Two people were arrested on Thursday morning on sex charges in Laurel County. According to the Laurel County Sheriff's Office, the arrests occurred off Willie Cheek Road, approximately 10 miles east of London, after the Sheriff's office was informed of the wherabouts of a missin

WTVQ - 2018-01-19 18:35:52

Quantity of meth, paraphernalia confiscated

Nearly two ounce of methamphetamine, pills and drug paraphernalia at a southern Laurel residence landed six people in jail last week. A drug investigation sent Laurel Sheriff's officials to the residence on Paris Karr Road, 12 miles southwest of London, on Friday, Jan. 12. A search of the residence

SENTINEL-ECHO.COM - 2018-01-19 15:58:00

Corbin man accused of contracting out murders attempting to have evidence thrown out

The federal trial of a Corbin man accused of attempting to pay to have four people, including Commonwealth's Attorney Allen Trimble and Whitley County Attorney Bob Hammons, killed, is scheduled to begin Tuesday, but a judge must decide whether or not prosecutors may use phone calls and a note to hel

THENEWSJOURNAL.NET - 2018-01-19 22:04:12

Two charged for abuse of children

Last year marked a record year in arrests related to the endangerment and abuse of children and this year indicates the continuance of that trend with two people who allegedly mistreated young children. Although only a teen himself, 18-year-old Brett Eugene Hand of Lily is of legal age and is now fa

SENTINEL-ECHO.COM - 2018-01-19 16:04:00