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Southern Foodways' always-excellent video series returns this week with a short documentary about Bayley's Seafood, which originally opened in 1947. Bayley's, in the small town of Theodore, Alabama, has been owned by the same family since its debut, and...
An Alabama couple has been charged with raping a 17-year-old relative multiple times in an unsuccessful attempt to impregnate her so they could keep the baby, prosecutors said Monday. Jeremy and Amanda Swann, both 29-year-old residents of Jones, about 40 miles northwest of Montgomery, were arrested on Thursday and have been charged with first-degree rape, Selma-based Assistant District Attorney...
ATLANTA ? The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) will host a public meeting for the general public on Monday, August 25, 2014 at the Vincent Middle High School auditorium in Vincent, AL from 6:00 p.m. ? 8:00 p.m. to discuss the pr...
Let’s face it. Algae aren’t very exciting. But the prospect of creating a viable source of biofuel from these microscopic organisms is, and a Nevada company is finally starting to make a go of it with their pilot plant off the coast of Alabama that uses
(Reuters) - Hunters in Alabama snared an alligator weighing more than 1,000 pounds, the largest ever caught in a legal hunt in the state, conservation officials said on Monday.
CAMDEN, Ala. (AP) — A group of Alabama hunters are celebrating the catch of a lifetime: A 15-foot-long alligator weighing more than 1,000 pounds.
Alabama's prison system, badly overcrowded and facing a lawsuit over medical treatment of inmates, is facing its worst outbreak of tuberculosis in five years, a health official said Thursday.
Alabama's latest crop of Republican political candidates are asking voters to pray that God intervenes to block the implementation of new EPA emission lawsThe post Alabama Republicans Ask God to Stop the EPA appeared first on Gas 2.
ATLANTA (Reuters) - Record-breaking low temperatures across the southern United States on Wednesday made July feel more like October, with the mercury dipping to 49 degrees Fahrenheit in Alabama.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — On a sparkling summer night in the Upper Midwest, baseball generations joined up and prepared to pass.