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Multiple deaths have been confirmed after a multicar pileup on I-65 near Greenville Saturday afternoon. --.

Vets say on a 90-degree day, the temperature of the pavement can reach 150 degrees.

Three homes and two garages were damaged in the fire, according to investigators.

Frustration has set in as families around the country visit their moms and, this Father’s Day weekend, their dads. Hugs and kisses are still discouraged or banned in some nursing homes.

Officer-involved shooting leaves 20-year-old man dead in Lee Co. -->

Officials with the TBI and the Hawkins County Sheriff’s Office said during a media briefing Friday that they are now investigating the claims of Summer Wells’ that the 5-year-old was kidnapped.

Although the weather wasn’t cooperating, there was still plenty to do. The free event started with a parade at 16th Street Baptist Church.

According to reports, the body of Catherine Serou, 34, was found in a wooded area near the city of Bor, 400 kilometers (250 miles) east of Moscow.

Champ’s passing leaves the Bidens with their younger German Shepherd, Major, whom the family adopted from the Delaware Humane Society in 2018.


This terrifying video was taken at Griffin Park at Eagle Point near Lee Branch and US-280. --> (Source: Matt Williams)

UPDATE: A pigeon that Australia declared a biosecurity risk may get a reprieve after a U.S. bird organization declared its identifying leg band was fake.

JUST IN: Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin: You have the right to be angry. You have the right to be sad. You don't have the right to smash windows and set fires. -->

BREAKING: Alabama Senate passes medical marijuana bill 22-10.

The victim says the suspect told her the date cost too much and that she wasn't worth it.

PLEASE RT: Gardendale Police are asking for your help locating 17-year-old Kamari Allums

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The state of Alabama will never forget April 27, 2011. Please take a moment today to remember the 200-plus people who lost their lives during the deadly tornado outbreak. -->

Protesters tear down a statue in Linn Park in Birmingham Sunday night. -->