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We are on WEATHER ALERT: Overnight storms enter our Alabama counties 1AM CT
The forecast continues to show signs of a much stronger event on the latest runs. This will be stronger than tis past Sunday’s storm system, which brought the EF-0 & 1 tornadoes. These could be stronger…
Alabama among first states where shoppers can use food stamps on Amazon and Walmart online
The U.S. government is testing a plan to allow food-stamp purchases through grocers online, potentially opening a $61 billion annual market to companies such as Amazon.com Inc., Walmart Inc. and Instacart Inc.
NASCAR legend bags Clarke County gobbler
NASCAR legend Dave Marcis was a recent visitor to Clarke County where he got in some turkey hunting and bagged a nice gobbler. Shannon Tucker of Thomasville served as a guide for Marcis. Dave Marcis’ racing career spanned five decades. He won five times over his tenure, twice at Richmond, including
Tornado Watch For Parts Of Central Alabama Coming Very Soon
NWS Birmingham is currently on a call with the Storm Prediction Center about the issuance of a tornado watch for the western parts of the area. Tornado watch should be issued before 4:00 pm CDT.
Organization caters to Clarke County residents with special needs
JACKSON, Ala. (WALA) -- In Jackson Saturday, the CCARC held its annual Spring Jubilee. The organization caters to individuals with special needs in the Clarke County area. FOX10 News photojournalist Rodney Rocker was there to check out all the fun.
James Spann: Threat of severe storms across Alabama tonight
WATCHING THE RADAR: A line of severe storms is along I-55 in Mississippi as I write this update; a few tornado warnings are in effect for line segments where storms are in rotation. But here in Alabama, all is calm; it is a warm, windy afternoon with a mix of sun and clouds and temperatures in the 7
Tornado Threat Extending Farther North Into The Northern Half Of Central Alabama
Strong storms are approaching the state line and NWS Birmingham has gone ahead and issued a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for all of Sumter County until 5:30 pm. A few tornado warnings continue for a few counties in the eastern parts of Mississippi that we’ll need to watch as they approach the state.
Severe storms moving into Alabama
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Severe storms will move into Alabama late this afternoon. A few tornadoes, damaging winds and hail are possible with these storms. Share and stay weather aware!
Mueller report: ‘Alabama governor’ mentioned in special counsel report
A brief mention of a proposed meeting between Russian officials, then-U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions and the governor of Alabama is included in the report issued today from special counsel Robert Mueller.
Dateline NBC to feature story of Jesse ‘Madison’ Holton, Alabama teen accused of killing parents
An Alabama teen who was charged in the shooting deaths of his parents, only to have the charges dismissed last year, will be featured in a Dateline NBC segment Friday night. Jesse “Madison” Holton, then-17, was charged as an adult in the 2016 slayings of his father, former Eclectic mayor Mike Holton
300 law enforcement officers carry out predawn contraband raid at Alabama prison
Hundreds of law enforcement officers descended upon an Alabama prison Thursday morning in a joint operation targeting contraband. The Alabama Department of Corrections led the predawn raid at William C. Holman Correctional Facility beginning about 4:30 a.m. More than 300 officers took part in the ef
Storm system intensifies in Mississippi, approaches Alabama
Officials in Butler County and across Alabama are watching as a storm system that is expected to hit our area tonight is intensifying as it moves from Louisiana into Mississippi.
Gov. Ivey encourages maximum participation in census count
More than 200 Alabama city leaders, county commissioners and others including representatives from several southwestern Alabama counties joined Gov. Kay Ivey last week as she officially kicked off a year-long effort to ensure Alabama reaches maximum participation in next year’s census. Among those a
4 Alabama doctors among 60 charged in illegal prescription opioid crackdown
CINCINNATI — Federal authorities say they have charged 60 people, including 31 doctors, for their roles in illegal prescribing and distributing of opioids and other dangerous drugs.
Burger King going up in Jackson
A construction crew has been working seven days a week on a new Burger King restaurant on College Avenue in Jackson across from the Jackson Square Shopping Center. Here, a large crane helps set rafters for the building one day last week. Jackson Mayor Paul South says he has other fast food restauran
Grace Baptist to burn mortgage following Easter worship Sunday
Easter will be extra special at Grace Baptist Church in Grove Hill this Sunday, April 21. The church’s congregation has paid its mortgage on the building and will hold a ceremonial note burning after the morning worship service. Grace Baptist moved into the present building in 2011. The first Wednes
TPD chase ends at Cedar Pointe
Playground Set Stops Chased Car Three Thomasville Police vehicles were joined by three others in a chase of a maroon Honda Tuesday evening. The units were pursuing a subject inside the car. The TPD officers pursued the Honda into Cedar Pointe Apartments at the end of Wilson Street in downtown Thomas
Jones named ‘Employee of the Week’
The Work- Based Learning Program at Thomasville High School announces that Keidrick Jones, left, has been selected as the "Employee of the Week". With Jones is Stephanie Reed, Manager of McDonalds of Thomasville. Thomasville City Schools would like to express appreciation to McDonalds for being a su
Campbell’s Landing Racing Returns
After a hiatus for several years, boat racing returns to Campbell’s Landing on May 4 as Hole Shot 2019 will be held on the Tombigbee River. The races will start at 11 a.m. on Saturday. The admission will be $10 per person. Kids 10 and under are free. Tents and canopies for the spectators are allowed
UA In the News — April 17
WSFA-NBC (Montgomery) – April 16. Flying a drone, you probably know that you usually need some type of controller to move the device around until now. University of Alabama students are testing out flying drones using just their minds. Chip Scarborough shows us how it works. You’re looking at a dron