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Hill Street partially blocked to allow sinkhole repair

City officials have barricaded a section of Hill Street near the Five Points Shopping Center in north Anniston due to a hidden sinkhole and a damaged...

Deemed 'mentally incompetent,' hundreds of Alabamians have lost the right to vote

The idea that some people may not be sufficiently mentally competent to handle the responsibility of voting is a straightforward one, but in practice...

From Civil War site to Wheeler refuge, 20-mile creek added to Alabama Scenic River Trail

Paddlers on the new section of trail might see whooping cranes in winter or alligators in spring. A 20-mile section of Flint Creek in and around...

Royal Street closed due to underground construction

A section of Royal Street, between Saint Louis and Saint Michael Streets, will be closed for the next three weeks starting Monday, July 31st. Alabama...

Appointments required to receive Religious Exemption Forms

Alabama’s School Immunization Law Section 16-30-4 states each student enrolled in day care, Head Start, and public or private schools has a valid...

Learning about the endangered spring pygmy sunfish

LIMESTONE COUNTY, Ala. – An environmental group that has worked to protect a threatened Limestone County fish from a massive auto manufacturing plant...

Limestone County Sheriff’s Office investigating murder suicide

Limestone County, Ala. – The Limestone County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a murder suicide at a residence in Elkmont. WHNT News 19’s crew on...

Lawsuits: Congressional Maps Dilute Black Voters In 3 States

The suits claim the districts violate a section of the Voting Rights Act by depriving black voters of an equal opportunity to elect candidates of...

Oxford council to pay $103K for road maintenance study

City engineer Rusty Gann said workers with the firm, Sain Associates of Birmingham, will inspect every square foot of road in Oxford. When they’re...

Civil Rights Pioneer Honored In Alabama

Bruce Boynton, an unheralded civil rights pioneer arrested for sitting in the whites-only section of a bus station in 1958, is being recognized in...