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    Adger wildfire burns 100 acres, low humidity raises concern for fire danger

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    The State Forestry Commission is watching a wildfire in a wooded area in Adger, but no buildings are currently in its path.  

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    Gadsden reelects Mayor Guyton, approves Sunday alcohol sales

    Gadsden reelects Mayor Guyton, approves Sunday alcohol sales

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    Gadsden's Mayor Sherman Guyton wins reelection with 56% of the votes. The city also voted in favor of Sunday alcohol sales with over a 2-1 ratio; 68% to 32%.

    Polling concerns on election day in Bessemer

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    Not everyone is happy with the way election day started Tuesday morning in Bessemer.Some polling places didn't open on time and one candidate now wants the state to investigate.

    Quake is major test for hard-luck California city

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    The historic blue-collar town of Vallejo is a short distance but a far cry from the touristy Napa Valley vineyards and quaint towns. So when Sunday's earthquake struck, the damage to the wine industry took center stage...

    Miles College to Celebrate the Life of Dr. Bernard Williams

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    Miles College has announced that there will be a Memorial Service to pay tribute to choir director, Dr. Bernard Williams, who passed away last Friday. The service will take place on Wednesday, August 27, 2014 at 5:00p.m., on the campus of Miles College in front of the George T. French, Jr. Student Activity Center.The college issue the following statement about Dr. Williams:The Miles College family mourns the death of devoted and beloved choir director, Dr. Bernard Williams, who passed away on...

    Miley Cyrus' date wanted by Oregon police

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    The young homeless man who accompanied Miley Cyrus to the MTV Video Music Awards has a warrant out for his arrest in Oregon.

    Anniston police and fire departments downsized by proposed budget cuts Video included

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    The Anniston city manager's proposed budget for 2015 cuts more than $1.5-million in spending compared to this year. The police and fire chiefs are concerned about the cuts to public safety.

    Birmingham retirees will pay 30 percent more for health insurance Video included

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    It will cost some of Birmingham's former city employees more money for healthcare. The city's retired workers will see a double-digit increase on their insurance premiums next month. The rates will go up 30%.

    Brantley Elementary School teacher to return to work after suspension over shooting reenactments Video included

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    A Dallas County elementary school teacher who was suspended for allegedly allowing her students to reenact the shooting deaths of Trayvon Martin and Mike Brown will soon return to the classroom, according to superintendent Don Willingham.

    Watch Live: Town Hall, Your Voice. Your Future

    Watch live Tuesday night at 6pm - A special Town Hall Meeting, Your Voice, Your Future.

    Commissioner Carrington wants to change the way EMA does business Video included

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    A new fight is brewing for the Jefferson County EMA Board. The board is under fire and review by the District Attorney for allowing a vintage fire truck organization to use a warehouse paid for by taxpayer dollars .Commission President David Carrington proposed a resolution Tuesday that would change the way the EMA does business.

    Firefighters hope to have wildfire in Adger contained by Tuesday night Video included

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    The Alabama Forestry Commission says it hopes to have the wildfire in Adger contained by Tuesday night, ABC 33/40's Sarah Snyder reports.

    Montgomery police: Thieves steal copper from Rosa Parks' former apartment

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    Police say thieves have struck the apartment complex where Rosa Parks lived when she made history by refusing to give up her seat to a white person on a city bus.

    Jury chosen in buttocks injection death trial

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    Opening arguments are scheduled Tuesday in the trial of a woman charged giving unlicensed buttocks injections that prosecutors say killed two women.

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