Some restaurant owners claim they’re having trouble finding workers during the pandemic

Some employees have left the restaurant industry for good amid the perils of the pandemic, which exposed workers to the coronavirus and uncooperative patrons.
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19-year-old who aged out of system adopted by caseworker

As a teen, she spent years in state care and group homes, where she met her caseworker. Over five years, the two formed a special bond.

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Investigation underway after Muscle Shoals business catches fire in storm

  Fort Payne Fire Department gets new tool to help save drivers from entrapment

  Fort Payne celebrates National Day of Prayer at city park

  Friends of Huntsville woman accused of faking cancer say she’s still manipulating people from jail

Power outages spread across northwest Alabama

As storms are sweeping in from the west, heavy rain and winds are causing power outages throughout Lauderdale County.
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Texas family praises how officers handled 911 call over kids playing with Nerf guns

A Texas family is praising how police handled things when someone called 911 on their kids playing with Nerf guns.

Power outages spread across northwest Alabama

Madison City Schools approves elementary rezoning plan

  Day 4: Former Huntsville police officer’s murder trial ends with closing arguments; verdict awaits

  Day 4: jury deliberations begin at 1 p.m. in Darby murder trial

  Huntsville Senior Center fights back against Parkinson’s Disease

Athens set to apply for dog park grant

Casino, lottery bill heads to key House vote

West Ala. man sentenced for killing man, victim believed there was voodoo curse

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Remote learning still widespread even after Biden hits goal

Almost 4 in 10 students continued to take all their classes remotely, and another 2 in 10 were split between classroom and remote learning.

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  Hazel Green receives 4th straight girls basketball state championship trophy

UAH Men’s Hockey program officially suspended

Head Coach Nick Saban makes trip to the Shoals

Olympics ban ‘Black Lives Matter’ apparel, could punish athletes for political demonstrations

The IOC also said that slogans such as “Black Lives Matter” will not be allowed on athlete apparel at Olympic venues, though it approved using the words “peace,” “respect,” “solidarity,” “inclusion” and “equality” on T-shirts.

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  Judge strikes down CDC halt on evictions; what Alabamians need to know

  Two guns, knife found in backpack at New Hope High School; student facing charges

  Lawmakers still debating medical mariajuana bill, some Alabamians want it passed

  Cherokee Ridge approved to become a town in Marshall County

  Florence man sentenced to 20 years for child pornography charges

Florence man sentenced to 20 years for child pornography charges
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Father hikes 10 miles for help after son has mini-stroke in wilderness

The 26-year-old credits his father’s quick actions and preparedness along with rescuers for his life.

  Florence man sentenced to 20 years for child pornography charges

  Day 3: Former Huntsville police officer takes stand in his own murder trial

  More clean energy could be coming to Limestone County

  Decatur Housing Authority hires new executive director following years of discrimination claims

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Athens set to apply for dog park grant