ESCC Baseball & Softball Ready for 2019

ESCC Baseball & Softball Ready for 2019

Troy's Blace Brown to Play in East-West Shrine Game Saturday.

Troy Football Continues to Fill Out Coaching Staff

H.S. Boys Hoops: Houston Academy Downs Providence Christian 57-44.

Wiregrass Irma Response - shelter and relief efforts

Chipola College Raises Money for Memorial Tree Project

Florida Forest Service and the Arbor Day Foundation Celebrate Florida Arbor Day with Tree Giveaway

Gordon community is cleaning up after Hurricane Michael

Local teens join national March for Life movement

New school lunch rules could mean more salt, sugar, and fat

Local senior centers come together to celebrate MLK Day

Purdue Foods recalls chicken nuggets for wood fragments

Sen. Shelby big on port, cautious on I-10 bridge funding

Alabama job growth rate up record 2.2 percent in 2018

LBW Baseball Hoping for Success Despite Inexperience

March for Life today in Washington

Target adding more discount items for babies

Wallace Softball Ready for Upcoming Season

Carroll's Raymond White earns 800th Career Victory with win over Dale County

Report: Facebook's privacy lapses may result in record fine

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Carroll Basketball's Raymond White Seeks 800th Career Win

Travel industry fears damage from a long government shutdown

3 years later, no one is in jail over Flint tainted water

Dothan City School Board discusses cost of restructuring plan

Russia warns US missile defense plans will fuel arms race

Total lunar eclipse meets supermoon Sunday night

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Nazi salute, sign in post by students condemned by school officials

The students gave a Nazi salute while holding a poster that said, “Sweethearts would be a Hit(ler) w/ you, and I could Nazi myself going w/ anyone else."

Wrongfully convicted man sells prison art to make ends meet

Richard Phillips, the longest-serving U.S. inmate to win exoneration, is currently displaying around 50 pieces of his work in a Detroit gallery to make ends meet.

4 boys charged with kidnapping, raping girl in Delaware

Police arrested four boys ranging in age from 12 to 14 for allegedly forcing the girl into a home and raping her last month.

Uninsulated power conductors blamed for fires

Pacific Gas and Electric said it's reviewing the judge's statement.

In two weeks, five states advance LGBTQ rights

Through executive orders and state legislatures, five states across the U.S. increased discrimination protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people.