One of Tuscaloosa’s largest employers has announced layoffs at its plant in the western Alabama city.
Police in Autauga County have identified skeletal remains found early last year, giving them a fresh clue in a cold case that dates to early last year.
More than half of the people killed so far this year in traffic accidents on Alabama highways were not wearing seat belts when they were available.
“We’ve been proactive. We don’t have to be as reactive. It’s planning ahead,” Superintendent Bill Cleveland said. “It’s working with a strategic plan, working with the mission of what’s going to help us reach each child’s unique potential.”
The rest of the employees were allowed to come to work for four hours Tuesday morning to collect their belongings and prepare to stay away from the office until the government shut-down comes to an end.
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Youthful offender status means young people, usually younger than 21, can in most cases keep their convictions secret. The status also limits sentencing and probation lengths.
“Most Americans think that only civilians are being impacted by the [shutdown],” Col. Grant said.
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Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley says construction of the Northern Beltline is expected to begin in 2014.
Alabama is launching a bass fishing tournament for amateur anglers that is expected to spread tourism dollars from Baldwin County to Lauderdale County.
Almost 500 people showed up for a flu shot clinic at Wallace State Community College on Monday.
An overturned dump truck spilled asphalt on the roadway during the wreck.
The Defense Department says it has temporarily suspended all sports competitions at the service academies as a result of the partial government shutdown.
Alabama’s parole board has rejected releasing a woman who pleaded guilty in a 1991 kidnapping in which the victim still hasn’t been found.
“It will be very interesting, but this is unprecedented in the polls, because you have this really dedicated group of Tea Party folks who are so ideologically opposed to [Obamacare],” Shepherd said. “Based on what happened in the 1990s with the government shutdown, Republicans backed down because they realized they were suffering in the polls.”
There are a number of lingering questions surrounding what some are calling its sudden closure and there has still been no official word from the management or ownership about what the future holds for the property.
Alabamians and others around the country are experiencing delays trying to get into the federal government’s health insurance marketplace website on its first day.