100th anniversary of Girl Scout cookies

Today kicks off 100 years that the Girl Scouts of America have been selling those famous cookies.

Dothan High teacher Amy Beck receives Secondary Teacher of The Year.

Congratulations to third grade teacher, Anissa Fundum! She is WTVY and Army Aviation Center Federal Credit Union's December teacher of the month.

Watch all the festivities as President Donald Trump is sworn in as the 45th President of the United States.

Free Tax Preparation offered in the Wiregrass

Friday Evening Weather- Severe Weather Potential

Trooper bridging gap between police, public through social media

Dothan City schools are putting their grants to good use

Students at Northview High School React to Presidential Inauguration

Fitness First Friday: Working out with a partner

Alabama traffic fatalities climb dramatically in 2016

Federal judges rule Alabama must redraw legislative districts

Globalization under attack. Can it survive?

Trump inauguration protest damages parts of downtown Washington

Former Ashford Academy headmaster surrenders on embezzlement charges

AUSA’s Fort Rucker-Wiregrass Chapter affirms support for Alabama Guardsmen and Reservists

Handgun permits bill to possibly take place in Alabama

Obama denies pardon request for former Alabama governor

Police pepper spray inauguration eve Trump protesters in D.C.

New deal? Florida appeals Seminole Tribe blackjack ruling

Fatal wrecks increased nearly 25 percent in Alabama in 2016

Alabama governor to attend Trump inauguration

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