Alabama clears lunch counter protesters 58 years later

State Superintendent Ed Richardson, expunged the files of 29 students disciplined during the Feb. 25, 1960, lunch counter sit-in inside a segregated cafeteria at the Montgomery County Courthouse.


According to an announcement on Southern Company's website, it is set to sell Gulf Power Company to NextEra Energy.



A popular fish that caused deep conversation on whether or not it should be limited is no longer being considered "overfished."


According to Florida Highway Patrol, two people are injured after a car accident in Holmes County Sunday morning.


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Human Trafficking is a billion dollar industry that is taking over the U.S


Five-year-old Dothan boy drowns at Panama City Beach


Maryland Gov.: Baltimore County police officer fatally shot


Olympian sues USA Swimming to allege sexual abuse cover-up


Tips for getting ready for summer break


Candlelight vigil held for fallen Soldier


2 NYPD officers, 1 a groom on wedding day, die in crash



Watchdog report to fault FBI for Clinton probe delay


One Dead After an Accidental Shooting in Dothan


President Trump signs new action against Venezuela


Congo Ebola vaccination campaign begins with health workers


One local Veteran is awarded 1000.. for his service in the community


President meets with Deputy AG Rosenstein, FBI Director Wray


UPDATE: North Carolina man who attacked family with car appears in court


Divided Supreme Court rules for businesses over workers


UK government does not intend to block Comcast-Sky deal


UPDATE: New CIA director says she'll send more spies to the field


President Trump pulls back from brink of trade war with China


Man who stormed Trump resort booked into Florida jail


UPDATE: Students lay flowers, photos at Texas school memorial


Looking back at the deadly Moore tornado of 2013


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Congo vaccinates health workers against Ebola

Using vaccines starts new era of fighting deadly virus

Pompeo vows to slap 'strongest sanctions in history' on Iran

The secretary of state outlined 12 steep demands aimed at the heart of Iran's foreign policy agenda.

Women detained after speaking Spanish at gas station

"I was buying eggs. I don't think that's suspicious," Ana Suda said after last week's incident with a Border Patrol agent.

Texas school shooter was not after girl who spurned him, lawyer says

Dimitrios Pagourtzis remains "very confused" about Friday's shooting, which claimed 10 lives at Santa Fe High School.

Man rams car into restaurant, killing 2 family members, police say

A motive was not immediately clear, but a family pastor said Roger Self committed an act he would have "called insane and evil."