Oxford Bans Synthetic Marijuana Known As "Spice"
Oxford city leaders are banning the synthetic marijuana- also known as "Spice." The drug has been sold legally for over a year, but during that...
Farmers In Need After Workers Leave Fields
Many arguments continue to encircle Alabama's new immigration law. And one of the biggest ones is that the law has caused many undocumented workers to...
Alabamians With Disabilities Learn To Water Ski
They may not be able to walk, but a few Alabama children and adults with special needs are finding their nitch. Many of them never...
Celebrating National Pet Peeve Week
The second week in October is always "National Pet Peeve Week." Its a week devoted to snarky attributes. What are your pet peeves? According to...
Adopt a Pet 10-7-2011
The Dothan Animal Shelter and Save a Pet need your help in placing lovable animals into good homes.
Special Citizens Day Offers Students a Chance to Experience the Outdoors
Nine years after a little girl with special needs died, hundreds gather to share in a part of her legacy.
Massive Search Underway For Missing Geneva Teen
It was an all out search for a missing Geneva girl Friday morning. Search teams combed through Geneva County looking for Shanna Peoples, a 19...
Retirement Changes Could Mean Massive Mid-Year Exodus for Teachers
New legislation could mean big changes in our school systems as teachers fearing higher premiums are choosing early retirement.
Grant for Dale County Means New Activities and Healthier Children
Physical education isn't what it used to be, now that one school system is using a one million dollar grant to buy new equipment.
New Immigration Law Could Tear Families Apart
A Slocomb woman fears her grandson's father could be deported at any time. Her grandson is an American citizen, but his father is an illegal...
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