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Alabama law could allow more people to vote

Alabama law could allow more people to vote

A new Alabama law defines what crimes will cause someone to lose their right to vote.

by Symone Woolridge

Saraland Police officer shot in head now in rehab

A Saraland Police officer shot in the head last month has been moved out of a hospital and into an out-of-state rehabilitation center.

Ex-teacher who shot daughter's naked boyfriend faces retrial

A retrial will be held in the case against a former Madison elementary school teacher who shot his daughter's naked teenage boyfriend.

Sheriff: Calhoun County inmate sexually assaults guard

A female Calhoun County corrections officer has reportedly been sexually assaulted by an inmate at the jail.

Selma helps auto manufacturing boom in Alabama

Selma played a big part in Alabama's automotive industry record-breaking year in 2016.

Old bowling alley to get new life as call center

An old bowling alley in Montgomery will soon be transformed into a call center.

Contract awarded for Army flight training at Fort Rucker

A contract to provide rotary-wing flight training at Fort Rucker has been awarded to the same company that will begin Army fixed-wing flight training at the Dothan Regional Airport in a few weeks.

3 Autauga bridges to be replaced

Driving along County Road 85 in Autauga County is going to be complicated for the next year, as three bridges are set for replacement.

3M helps provide protective vests for Decatur Police

The Decatur Police Department is improving the safety of its detectives thanks to some assistance from 3M.

Scientists at Alabama university set sights on the moon

The University of Alabama in Huntsville is aiming for the moon with a $237 million proposal to NASA.

Alabama state comptroller Thomas White dies

Alabama State Comptroller Thomas L. White Jr. has died.

Bentley: Give states more power over Medicaid

Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley says he hopes the incoming Trump administration and Congress will allow states to charge Medicaid premiums and set enrollment requirements.