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With Hermine taking shape, there’s no such thing as being “too” prepared.


Arrest records show Shynethia Shauntas Donaldson, 22, of Clayton Street abducted the alleged female victim from a Catalpa Street home Tuesday. A gun was used in the abduction, according to a police report.



The Wiregrass Horse Rescue and Sanctuary is teaming up with Alaqua Animal Refuge to help save the lives of six horses who became victim of the Louisiana flooding.


The Dothan retail store has been nominated for a statewide recognition. Owners Mark and Susan Anderson were recognized at the Dothan Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon Wednesday afternoon.


New Poultry Production Course Offered At Wallace Community College


Wallace Community College Receives Articulation Agreement


Man told to remove American flag from apartment patio


Dubai Opens Massive Marvel-branded Indoor Theme Park


Police say man arrested after setting turtle on fire and posting video to Facebook.


Feds: Company Tied to Polygamous Group Used Child Labor


Two Arrested for Allegedly Trying to Pass Counterfeit Money


UPDATE: Columbus Sate Clear of Armed Suspect say Police


Woman's home damaged after apparent cell phone explosion


Facebook Changes to Trending Topics Questioned after Blunder


Pending US Home Sales Strengthen in July


Historic Commercial Flight from US Lands in Cuba


Marijuana on the ballot, 9 states to vote on cannabis in November


Kansas Peach Largest on Record?


Mobile Voter ID & Registration In Kinston Today


Pedophile Hunter Allegedly Catches Enterprise Man


Lawyers ask Charges to be Dismissed Due to Missing Evidence


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Trump Sticks to Hard Line on Immigration

Any thoughts that Trump might moderate his blunt rhetoric on immigration disappeared at a rally hours after he met with Mexico's president.

After Leaving State Dept, Clinton Sent Email Via Private Server

Months after she left her post as Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton used her private server to send an email to high ranking staff and diplomats.

Pentagon Orders Review of $13 Billion Warship

The Pentagon's chief weapons buyer is undertaking a review of the Navy's newest class of aircraft carrier, the USS Gerald Ford.

Ban on Gun Sales to Marijuana Card Holders Upheld

Marijuana remains illegal under federal law, and the feds have told gun sellers they can assume a person with a medical marijuana card uses the drug.

Authorities Investigating Headless Gators Found in Florida

Alligator hunting season is underway in Florida, but Loxahatchee Groves is not one of the areas where hunting is allowed, authorities said.