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Jackson County Sheriff Mike Byrd has pleaded guilty to a state felony and will resign immediately. Byrd on Thursday pleaded guilty in circuit court to one charge of intimidating a witness.
Alabama kicker Cade Foster received a supportive note from former President George W. Bush. Foster missed two field goal attempts and had a third blocked in the Crimson Tide's 34-28 loss to Auburn on Nov. 30.
As we enjoy all the holidays have to offer - family, friends, gifts under the tree. It’s also a perfect time to give back.
Church's Fried Chicken and Volunteers of America are collecting your spare change - to help veterans here on the gulf coast.
Clear skies and a secondary push of chilly air have arrived as a stronger area of high pressure has moved in from the central plains.
You've heard about some brazen criminals and what they will do to get what they want. This time, you are going to hear about a brave bank employee who didn't mind saying "no".
U.S. Attorney Kenyen Brown proposes converting part of the old Searcy Mental Health facility in Mt. Vernon into a transitional residential/vocational training facility for offenders.