Alabama News

Auburn Arts Summer Camp Spots Available

Auburn, Ala.- Registration for summer Art Camps at the Jan Dempsey Community Arts Center is still open and spots are available for all camps currently being offered. Camps are presented by the Auburn Arts Association and coordinated by retired Auburn… continue reading ›

Bottles Remain on Shelf After Tornado Hits Store

Fairfield, AL (WVTM) - A  possible tornado damaged buildings in Fairfield, Alabama, near Birmingham. The storm blew over a liquor store; except for two shelves, which amazingly, were left standing upright, looking pretty untouched compared to the damage around them. continue reading ›

Driving in Wet Weather

Heavy rain brings some dangerous road conditions. A big wreck in Salem Tuesday partially blamed on slippery pavement. “We want people to pay attention to changing weather conditions regardless of the circumstances but certainly when it regards a lot of… continue reading ›

Flu Vaccine Not as Effective

  The flu vaccine was less effect in the recent flu season. The elderly are hit hardest by the flu. They're much more likely to land in the hospital or die from the virus than other age groups. But, CDC… continue reading ›

Helping Vets Suffering with PTS

  A non-profit organization, according to an NBC health report, says it has a promising way to help vets who are suffering from injuries and who have issues like traumatic brain injury and PTSD. 'Help Heal Vets' says it's an… continue reading ›

Auburn Construction Worker Fall

A 23 year old construction worker was released from the hospital after falling 40 feet from a high scaffolding in Auburn. It happened at a construction site at Wright Street and West Glenn last… continue reading ›

Showers and Storms Continue as Cindy Makes Landfall

Tropical Storm Cindy is nearing landfall tonight on the southwest Louisiana coast, with showers and thunderstorms occurring here locally. Her effects are being felt far from the center of circulation, however, with flooding rains and isolated tornadoes several hundred miles… continue reading ›

Child Killed After Struck By Log

Fort Morgan, AL (WKRG) -  Tropical storm Cindy has claimed the life of a 10-year-old boy in Fort Morgan, Alabama. The boy and his family were on vacation from Saint Louis, Missouri. He was walking along the waterfront with his… continue reading ›

Mosquitoes More Prevalent This Year

Mosquitoes are summering all over the US, including in more areas than previously thought. The Centers for Disease Control has discovered  the mosquitoes that carry the ZIKA virus are in 38 additional counties whether they had not been found before.… continue reading ›

Too Much Sugar in Some 'Healthy' Foods

Summer usually means lots of barbecues which means lots of burgers , cakes and pastas. We all try to make good choices , but, experts warn that even if you think you're picking the health options you might still be… continue reading ›

Cindy to Impact Area with Heavy Rain and Storms

Tropical Storm Cindy strengthened Tuesday evening and is a strong tropical storm off the southwest Louisiana coast. She is expected to make landfall sometime Wednesday night near the Sabine River, which marks the border between Texas and Louisiana. Although the… continue reading ›

University of Alabama Tuition Going Up

MOBILE, Ala. (AP) — Tuition is going up at the University of Alabama's three campuses. The Tuscaloosa News reports (http://bit.ly/2rpeqMO ) that the board of trustees approved the increases of three to four percent in a Friday meeting. Tuition for… continue reading ›

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