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An Alabama community calls for a new animal shelter after dogs fatally attack 29 cats

An Alabama Community Calls For A New Animal Shelter After Dogs Fatally Attack 29 Cats

Workers at an animal shelter in southeastern Alabama came to work Thursday and were shocked to find that two of the dogs had killed 29 cats overnight.



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Alabama moves to protect the Clotilda, believed to be the last ship to bring slaves to the US

Alabama Moves To Protect The Clotilda, Believed To Be The Last Ship To Bring Slaves To The US

An Alabama state commission acted Friday to protect the schooner Clotilda, believed to be the last ship to bring enslaved people to the United States from Africa.



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Alabama Republican party official calls LGBTQ people ‘freaking queers’

Alabama Republican Party Official Calls LGBTQ People 'freaking Queers'

"I'm sorry they are offended. Their lifestyle offends me," he said...



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Officials Warn of Wasp ‘Super Nests’ in Alabama

Officials Warn Of Wasp 'Super Nests' In Alabama

A colony can grow to be as big as a Volkswagen Beetle and can have 15,000 wasps. The last time scientists saw such an unusually high number of enormous nests was in 2006.



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Shooting victim charged with manslaughter in unborn baby's death

Shooting Victim Charged With Manslaughter In Unborn Baby's Death

A woman who lost her unborn child when she was shot during an argument has been charged with manslaughter in the baby's death.



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Alabama dealership offers Bible, shotgun, and American flag with every car purchase

Alabama Dealership Offers Bible, Shotgun, And American Flag With Every Car Purchase

"We're going to be celebrating July 4th a little bit differently this year."



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Alabama Megachurch With Racist Past Can Now Have Its Own Police Force

Alabama Megachurch With Racist Past Can Now Have Its Own Police Force

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey (R) signed a bill into law Wednesday that will grant a Presbyterian church the right to set up its own pol...



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An Alabama megachurch will form its own police force after passage of controversial law

An Alabama Megachurch Will Form Its Own Police Force After Passage Of Controversial Law

The law, signed by Gov. Kay Ivey, authorizes Briarwood Presbyterian to "employ one or more suitable persons to act as police officers to protect the property of the school or academy."



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Fourth suspect identified in unsolved 1965 Selma murder of James Reeb

Fourth Suspect Identified In Unsolved 1965 Selma Murder Of James Reeb

William Portwood appears to admit involvement in death of white minister James Reeb, killed as he marched for black voting rights



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Alabama Lab Owner Arrested for Falsifying Results of Drug Tests Used to Medically Kidnap Children

Alabama Lab Owner Arrested For Falsifying Results Of Drug Tests Used To Medically Kidnap Children

Local media in Alabama are reporting that Brandy Murrah, owner of A&J Lab Collections in Ozark, Alabama, has turned herself in to local police over charges that she falsified paternity tests and drug test screenings in child custody cases. Dale County District Attorney Kirke Adams has stated that Murrah's actions may have resulted in a potential



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Alabama court forces rape survivor to allow rapist to have visitation with children

Alabama Court Forces Rape Survivor To Allow Rapist To Have Visitation With Children

A 32-year-old woman in Birmingham, Alabama says the state's laws have forced her to face the man she says raped her again and again.



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Alabama approves castration for some sex offenders

Alabama Approves Chemical Castration For Some Sex Offenders

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey has signed into law legislation that would require certain sex offenders to be chemically castrated before their parole



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Alabama law still protects rapists’ parental rights while abortion banned for victims

Alabama Law Protects Rapists' Parental Rights While Abortion Banned For Victims

'It's just flat out ugly, unfair and even dangerous to these mothers and children'



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Sugar Daddy website founder to pay for abortions of women who need to travel out of restrictive states

Sugar Daddy Website Founder To Pay For Abortions Of Women Who Have To Travel Out Of Restrictive States

'If lawmakers will not step in and help these desperate women, then I will,' says Brandon Wade



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Alabama mayor refuses to resign after saying to

Alabama Mayor Refuses To Resign After Saying To "kill" LGBTQ Community On Facebook

"I know it's bad to say but with out [sic] killing them out there's no way to fix it," the mayor wrote in a now-deleted Facebook post



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Alabama Goes Scorched-Earth Over Same-Sex Marriage, Votes to Eliminate Marriage Licenses and Weddings Altogether

Alabama Goes Scorched-Earth Over Same-Sex Marriage, Votes To Eliminate Marriage Licenses And Weddings Altogether

The Alabama House of Representatives just passed a bill that is a slap in the face to marriage equality. Since gay weddings are to...



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Planned Parenthood and ACLU sue over Alabama's 'extreme abortion ban'

Planned Parenthood And ACLU Sue Over Alabama's 'extreme Abortion Ban'

Alabama has pushed abortion care further "out of reach for years with medically unnecessary and politically-motivated restrictions" and this ban shows how far they will go, an ACLU lawyer said.



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Manhunt for alleged shooter of several police officers in Alabama trailer park

Manhunt For Alleged Shooter Of Several Police Officers In Alabama Trailer Park; One Died

Two others were wounded, one critically; state issues emergency alert for suspect Grady Wilkes



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These Are the 25 Men Who Voted for the Most Restrictive Abortion Ban in America

These Are The 25 Men Who Voted For The Most Restrictive Abortion Ban In America

This week Alabama passed the most restrictive abortion ban in America, outlawing the procedure from the moment of conception onward. Ther...



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Alabama doctor: Why I won't stop providing abortions

Alabama Doctor: Why I Won't Stop Providing Abortions

Dr. Yashica Robinson writes that despite Alabama's new abortion ban, she -- recognizing the importance of reproductive choice -- will continue to deliver babies, give prenatal care and, yes, provide abortions.



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