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ALS Seminar

Updated: 6:31 PM - Wednesday, the ALS Alabama Chapter and Covenant Hospice wanted answer any questions anyone may have about the disease.

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Houston County Commission Receives Safety Award

Posted: 3:39 PM - MONTGOMERY – Several of Alabama’s counties have been recognized by the Association of County Commissions of Alabama’s Self-Insured Liability Insurance Fund Inc. for outstanding safety and loss control efforts during the past year.

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Ala. Leads U.S in Advanced Placement Gains

Updated: 5:29 PM - MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) -- Alabama is leading the nation in improvements on Advanced Placement tests used to qualify high school students for college credits.

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The Making of Todd's Syrup

Updated: 1:01 PM - Contrary to popular belief you can grow sugar cane outside the tropics. In fact, the south has the perfect climate.

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History of Headland

Posted: 12:31 PM - Headland was founded almost 150 years ago and if you ask those who were born there, you'll find it has a rich history.

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New Radio Voices Coming to Headland

Updated: 12:31 PM - Headland will soon hear new voices over the radio. Ram Education Radio, WRMZ 98.1 is coming to Headland and South Henry County.

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Ala. Law Enforcement on Alert for Holiday Weekend

Posted: 11:44 AM - MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) -- Alabama law enforcement officials say they're planning to beef up enforcement on state highways and waterways during the holiday weekend.

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Reward Offered in Theft at Rosa Parks' Former Home

Updated: 11:45 AM - MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) -- CrimeStoppers is offering a $1,000 reward for information about thefts that heavily damaged the Montgomery apartment complex where Rosa Parks lived when she refused to give up her seat to a white person on a city bus.

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Ozark City Schools Middle School Raises $1,000 for Icy Challenge

Updated: 08/26/2014 - A number of teachers from D.A. Smith Middle School in Ozark, as well as officers with the Ozark Police Department, got a bucket of ice water dumped on them, all in the name of charity. In front of the student body, the teachers and officers lined up in chairs, some holding signs honoring or in remembrance of a loved one who was affected by Lou Gehrig's Disease.

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