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Sign thanking officers placed at Dothan Police Department

Not only are healthcare workers receiving praise for their work during the pandemic—so is law enforcement.


59-year old Lorianne Shakespear, an Abbeville High School graduate, died this weekend in Birmingham.



Georgia Power encourages customers to minimize the impact of increased energy use on electric bills.


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.


Worried about retirement investments? Financial advisor says ‘don’t panic’


ICU nurse speaks out about the stressful, exhausting work taking care of COVID-19 patients


COVID-19 vaccine expected in over a year


Couples deal with wedding changes due to COVID-19


US, UK brace for soaring death tolls as coronavirus pandemic bears down


Dogs train to sniff out coronavirus


Jeff Bezos donates $100 million to U.S. food banks


Shares rebound on signs of progress in battling coronavirus



Police: 7-year-old boy shot in face dies in Pennsylvania


With worst to come, 3 in 4 US hospitals now facing COVID-19


Oldest female Marine in Calif. celebrates 104th birthday with drive-by party due to coronavirus


Duran Duran bassist John Taylor reveals coronavirus diagnosis, recovery


Family separated due to coronavirus reunited with newborn son after 10 days


Mississippi's Lt. Gov. asks churches to ring bells to support healthcare workers


Stay at home exception: religious services


Taliban warn peace deal with US near breaking point


DIY: How to make your own face mask


UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson hospitalized with virus


Former Northview grad giving back to community during COVID-19 outbreak


Southeast Health up to 33 cases; 4 deaths


Ukraine battles forest fires near Chernobyl


Pro Football Hall of Famer Bobby Mitchell dies at 84


Search to continue for Kennedy Townsend’s daughter, grandson


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'Awful and beautiful': Saying goodbye to coronavirus victims without a funeral

“There is a deep sadness with not being able to comfort one another,” one faith leader said. “I tell families this will pass. They will get through this.”

Pro Football Hall of Famer Bobby Mitchell dies at 84

When Mitchell joined the Redskins in 1962, they became the last NFL team to integrate.

Government watchdog: Hospitals face severe shortages of medical gear, confusing guidance from government

An internal government report found that one hospital was so short of thermometers it could screen staff and patients for coronavirus only at random.

Dolly Parton starts virtual story time to entertain kids stuck at home

As part of her new web series “Goodnight with Dolly,” legendary musician Dolly Parton is reading bedtime stories for kids at home. It’s the latest chapter for her “Imagination Library,” a program started in 1995 to mail free books to kids each month.

Paramedics under pressure with record level emergency calls

Paramedics in Florida are now getting more and more calls for potential coronavirus cases. In Coral Springs, many paramedics took “quick-read” blood tests to check for antibodies to see if they have an inexplicable immunity and can take more calls.