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CFT: Media picks Alabama to win SEC

We’ll finally get to see Jadeveon Clowney and Johnny Manziel on the same field if South Carolina and Texas A&M make it to the SEC Championship Game in December. Based on the preseason predictions from the media, at least, that’s not going to happen. Alabama has been picked with 182 out of 243 voters Full story

CFT: Georgia Tech, Alabama postpone future series

Penn State and West Virginia appear to be in the final stages of scheduling a future home-and-home series. Alabama and Georgia Tech, on the other hand, are postponing their future series indefinitely. An Alabama spokesperson confirmed to al.com that the two games, scheduled for 2019 in Tuscaloosa an Full story

Alabama revenue commissioner leads national group

Alabama's revenue commissioner, Julie Magee, is the new leader of the Multistate Tax Commission. Full story

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Alabama executes man advocates said was mentally ill

Alabama executes killer despite claims of mental illness

Ala. inmate in 2005 Halloween killing put to death

Alabama set to execute man for murder of World War Two veteran

CBT: Could Alabama’s ‘Fab Five’ be a package deal?

Ala-based Belle Foods to sell 44 stores

Ala. getting little to promote Obama health plan

CFT: Ex-Tide, UVA QB Phillip Sims says he’s close to choosing new school

CFT: Report: Buckeyes dismiss top RB, star corner arrested

SEC football preview kicking off in Ala suburb

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  Mother pleads for return of urn with baby's ashes

An Alabama woman's purse was stolen containing an urn holding the ashes of her newborn son. WSFA's Bethany Wales reports.

  Headline- Congress turns its attention to the Voting Rights Act

Another congressional hearing on the Voting Rights Act is scheduled for Thursday, this time in the House of Representatives. MSNBC’s Ari Melber and Rep. Terri Sewell, D-Ala., discuss the plans to address voting rights circulating Capitol Hill.

  Sharpton’s thoughts on justice

In the wake of the George Zimmerman verdict, Rev. Sharpton shares his thoughts on the need to fight for justice.

  Eyewitness describes Boeing 777 crash aftermath

An eyewitness to the aftermath of Asiana Flight 214 crash at San Francisco International Airport spoke to Craig Melvin about what she saw from her hotel room window after she heard the crash occur. She recounted seeing a large amount of black smoke coming from the plane after passengers had evacuate

  Alabama judge blocks TRAP law provision

District Judge Myron Thompson issues a temporary restraining order barring Alabama from enforcing new TRAP law while abortion providers sue the state.

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Lining Up To Vote

1966: A group of voters lining up outside the polling station in Peachtree, Alabama, a year after the Voting Rights Act was passed.

Louis Farrakhan, leader of the Nation of Islam, speaks in Kelly Ingram Park in Birmingham, Ala., Friday, June 14, 2013. Farrakhan and others are planning a caravan across Alabama on June 14 to encourage the U.S. Supreme Court to save a major portion of the Voting Rights Act. (AP Photo/ AL.com, Mark

A homemade bunker of Jimmy Lee Dykes at his home near Midland City in southeast Alabama
A homemade bunker of Jimmy Lee Dykes at his home near Midland City in southeast Alabama

A homemade bunker of Jimmy Lee Dykes, 65, at his home near Midland City in southeast Alabama is shown in this image released by the FBI late May 31, 2013. Dykes held 5-year-old Ethan Gilman in the bunker measuring about 6 feet by 8 feet (1.8 meters by 2.4 meters), which was 12 feet (3.6 meters) unde

FBI handout shows the makeshift stairway to a homemade bunker of Jimmy Lee Dykes at his home near Midland City in southeast Alabama