Walk for Autism

April is Autism Awareness Month and for many children and adults this disorder has affected their lives for many years.

Experimental Aircraft Association hosts their young eagles program to get kids interested in flying.

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush choked up when saying his mother — known for her self-deprecating remarks about her wrinkles and gray hair — was "beautiful" until the very end.

Organizations and residents across the Wiregrass are opening their hearts and hands to help those affected by Hurricane Irma, both before it makes landfall and after it passes.

Share in a Spirit of Service Saturday

Walmart stores participate in weekend wellness event

Dr. Eric Mackey Named Alabama State Superintendent of Education

Second arrest made in Eufaula murder

Coffee County Relay for Life

How to avoid missing out on travel freebies

Dothan school employee on leave pending verbal abuse investigation

Two more arrested in major lawnmower heist

Dothan man arrested on sex charges

Ace Atkins is awarded 2018 Hall-Waters Prize Award

Veterans town hall meeting in Brundidge

Take flight on the Young Eagle express

North Korea says it will suspend nuclear and missile testing

Child Advocacy Center honors Child Abuse Prevention Month

Alabama adds 20,000 jobs over past year

Child with 2nd degree burns leads to child abuse charge

NAACP blasts Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey over Confederate monument ad

Alabama inmate becomes oldest executed in US modern times

US says China, Iran, Russia are 'forces for instability'

Army lowers 2017 recruiting goal; more soldiers staying on

Senate panel talks to Russian lawyer who met with Trump Jr.

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Despite delay, experts say any evidence in suspected Syria chemical attack likely remains

"It is unlikely that all traces of evidence could be removed but it could be tampered with," one expert said.

Who was Jack Johnson, the boxer Trump is considering pardoning?

He was convicted more than 100 years ago by an all-white jury for accompanying a white woman across state lines.

Syracuse permanently expels fraternity for racist video

The school initially suspended the engineering fraternity after the university got hold of a video from a private Facebook group showing brothers reciting a racist and anti-Semitic oath.

India approves death penalty for rape of young children

The move follows widespread outrage over the recent rape and killing of an 8-year-old girl in India's Jammu-Kashmir state.

After air accidents, survivors grapple with flying again

"If you don't get back immediately, you may never get back on that plane," said the survivor of an emergency landing.