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From SEC Baseball to Balloon Festivals, Alabama NewsCenter Captures Alabama’s Best!

| 11:56 am May 27, 2016

From Cane Creek Canyon to Cahaba lilies and from crab cakes to red snapper there are many things that make Alabama beautiful and tasty. Alabama NewsCenter captures what’s best about our state. Here were some of those things from this past week.

Alabama’s First Class Pre-K program wins national attention, but families get real rewards

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SEC Baseball Tournament fits Hoover Met like a well-worn glove

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Football, baseball greats among 2016 inductees into Alabama Sports Hall of Fame

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Ready for red snapper? Alabama looks to bigger catch from longer season, expanded waters

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Alabama Power ready for 2016 hurricane season; urges others to prepare

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A.G. Gaston Club’s ‘Home is where the start is’ celebrates leaders and inspires youths at annual program

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The story of how one Alabama sailor rescued USS Indianapolis survivors

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Alabama Power lineman Doug Buford brings ‘family’ to Mulherin Home in Mobile

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Freedom Rider recalls firebombed bus that nearly took his life in Alabama

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Italian manufacturer plans new Bay Minette facility, creating 70 jobs

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Alabama Maker Great Bear Wax Co. is shining a natural light

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Appetite for growth: Alabama food companies expanding operations

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Alabama retailers Bromberg and Shea to be feted by National Retail Federation

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Balloons, bikes, dinos and lots of music: Memorial Day weekend in Can’t Miss Alabama

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Flying legends of World War II grace Birmingham

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Cahaba Lily Festival in West Blocton celebrates featured flower

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Cane Creek Canyon Nature Preserve a hidden gem in northwest Alabama

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Birmingham Comedy Festival spreads hilarity throughout Magic City

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Funk Fest found success in Birmingham

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Crab cakes at Our Place Cafe among 100 Dishes to Eat in Alabama Before You Die

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EPA lauds Montgomery for new environmentally friendly park

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Alabama insurance agency, FHLBank Atlanta team to aid Gulf Coast homeowners

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Dothan April home sales climb 12 percent over same period last year

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Shoals area March home sales up 40 percent from February

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Teeing Off With Some Good News From Our Friends at Alabama NewsCenter

| 10:51 am May 20, 2016

This week our friends at Alabama NewsCenter went from the Regions Tradition to regional economic development with a few ships, planes, coffee, Champs stew, a medical breakthrough and Condoleezza Rice thrown in for good measure.

Saban, Malzahn, other celebs go clubbing at Greystone for Regions Tradition Pro-Am

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Celebrities, coaches ignite Twitter for Regions Tradition Pro-Am

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Pro golfers teach golf, life lessons at Junior Clinic before Regions Tradition

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Condoleezza Rice hears Birmingham students pitch business ideas at Regions Bank

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Mobile-built USS Montgomery passes tests on its way to September commissioning

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Austal launches USS Manchester at Alabama shipyard

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Movie trailer gives intense look at Alabama-filmed ‘USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage’

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Ten-year- old finds relief from rare eyelash growth

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Tomberlin’s Take: Birmingham clearly economic heart of metro, state

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Clayton Birmingham Home Show draws business owners from more than a dozen states

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Wood Station: Birmingham neighborhood transformation gets ‘Oh, wow!’ moment

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American Airlines gets its first Alabama-made Airbus A321

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Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport adding electric chargers for ground-support vehicles

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Electra statue turns 90 years old, remains Birmingham beacon

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Birmingham’s Railroad Park adds Sunday cooking classes to Get Healthy program

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Champ Stew wins title as one of 100 Dishes to Eat in Alabama Before You Die

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Can’t Miss Alabama offers the best of the South: Barbecue, lake fun and funky music

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Deann Servos feeds stomachs, souls at Prodisee Pantry in Spanish Fort

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Fairhope Roasting Co.’s Hanson Eskridge finds direction through coffee beans

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Cullman’s rapidly expanding industry base boosts real estate business

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Stability, job growth continue to attract out-of- state investors to Alabama apartments

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ACRE leadership profile: Joey Mure launches firm offering financial solutions for real estate industry

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Good News Stories from Our Friends at Alabama NewsCenter

| 11:17 am May 6, 2016

From pine beetles to quesadillas, from Honda to Highlands and from Nike to concertinas, our friends at Alabama NewsCenter were busy this past week reporting good news.

Nike signs Crimson Tide’s Derrick Henry, many more from NFL draft

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Bo Bikes Bama cyclists pedal again, raising money for a good cause

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Rain couldn’t keep crowds away from the action at the Talladega Superspeedway

 

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Former Crimson Tide football walk-on now on pit crew for Dale Earnhardt Jr.

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At Talladega Superspeedway, Bret Holmes goes from hearing the roar to being the roar

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Airbus supplier to add 260 jobs with $30 million Alabama expansion

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Launch Party: Honda starts Ridgeline mass production

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Mercedes SUV gains help widen U.S. sales lead over Lexus, BMW

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Bob Tedrow builds concertinas for people to ‘take care of and treasure’

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Southern Makers in Alabama keep it real by showcasing local, high-quality products

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Alabama Power among companies targeting future workers at Skills USA Career Expo

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Hundreds of children learn golf, life lessons from pros at Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic junior clinic

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Jessica James and McKemie Place provide shelter . . . and hope

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Alabama Power teams up with the Birmingham Zoo to repurpose tree trimmings

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Alabama foresters focus on fighting the dreaded pine beetle

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Battle plan to reduce pine beetles also a path to healthier Alabama forests

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When a storm strikes, Alabama Power line crew chief Willie Turner is first on the scene

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Birmingham’s Highlands Bar and Grill recognized among nation’s top restaurants

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Omar Cunningham: Recording music is just one of many talents for this Alabama native

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Treat Mom like a queen: Enjoy lovely gardens, festivals or the zoo with Can’t Miss Alabama

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Marble City grills up a marvelous quesadilla in 100 Dishes to Eat in Alabama Before You Die

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University of Alabama’s Capstone Agency launches ‘What Powers You?’ campaign

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Rosa Parks Museum’s ‘Resilient’ by Alabama artist Mike Howard opens

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Alabama Power air emissions continue to drop in 2015

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Cyclists gear up for The Dam Ride

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Alabama Power wins FUSION Award

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Birmingham’s gkhouses.com makes move to Nashville, plans future expansion

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Alabama March home sales see 7 percent rise over last year

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Montgomery March home sales rise 23 percent over last year

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Rocket City home sales up 9 percent in March over last year

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Tuscaloosa March home sales up 22 percent over last year

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Calhoun County year-to- date home sales up 10.4 percent in March

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Athens March home sales see 21 percent growth over previous year

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Phenix City year-to- date home sales in March up 6 percent over last year

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Marshall County home sales see 18.6 percent March boost from a year earlier

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Our Friends at Alabama NewsCenter Remember the April 27, 2011 Tornadoes & Report Current Good News in Alabama

| 11:01 am April 29, 2016

Alabama NewsCenter helped us mark the somber fifth anniversary of the April 27, 2011 tornadoes but also brought us plenty of good news from around Alabama this past week.

Images of devastation tell story of April 27, 2011 tornadoes’ fury

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Looking back at the day Alabama survived Armageddon

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From ‘Armageddon’ to restoration after April 27, 2011 tornadoes

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Probate Judge Hardy McCollum reflects on Tuscaloosa’s progress since April 27, 2011

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The Phil Campbells are at it again

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Tide cornerback Cyrus Jones looks to disprove doubters in NFL draft

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First Alabama-made Airbus A321 ‘BluesMobile’ goes to JetBlue

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Claude Nielsen retires as CEO of Birmingham’s Coca-Cola United, John Sherman named successor

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Three standout businesses vie for Mobile Area Chamber’s Small Business of the Year

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The Moose and Squirrel Show: Transforming the undesirable to a work of art piece by piece

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First US Bank to build $14.5 million office project on U.S. 280 in Birmingham metro area

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Alabama Power announces leadership changes affecting its Southeast Division

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Honda Indy winner Simon Pagenaud continues impressive start

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Honda powers Alabama’s workforce with Barber racetrack event

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Career preps and sports cars: Barber Motorsporks Park hosts more than Honda Indy Grand Prix

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Dothan Wildlife Mural comes alive with Alabama Power Service Organization support

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Fantastical Southern weekend zooms ahead with racing, festivals and a collection of unique pieces from Alabama Makers

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Alabama Power marks Earth Month with events on UAB, University of Alabama campuses

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Alabama Power Foundation accepting Gateway grant applications

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Work to begin on Habitat’s Cascade Parc development in East Lake

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Fighting feral hogs: Alabama Power, USDA team up to reduce environmental damage

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Birmingham March home sales increase from same period last year

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A Busy Week Over at the Alabama News Center

| 11:16 am April 23, 2016

Our friends at Alabama NewsCenter were busy this past week offering up positive stories about the state.

Barber Motorsports Park prepares for Indy Grand Prix of Alabama, tops out museum expansion

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Who are the Alabama Crimson Tide ‘Assassins’ to watch this A-Day?

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Toni Tennille: Alabama native on Auburn, stardom and an affectionless marriage to ‘the Captain’

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Alabama Power’s ‘piano man’ tapped for Cliburn competition

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Roald Hazelhoff ensures the vermilion darter will continue to survive in Alabama

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The Alabama Interscholastic Cycling League is putting young people on bikes

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Throwback Thursday: Alabama Power wants your photos of our linemen at work

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Share your love for Alabama linemen today through June 6

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Birmingham-area teen meets his Alabama Power heroes

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Alabama Power hosts ‘Track to Your Future’ at Barber Motorsports Park

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Energy Institute of Alabama formed to research, advocate sound energy policies

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Alabama Power, Army, break ground on solar facility at Anniston Army Depot

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Alabama’s award-winning Wood Studio builds functional, beautiful furniture

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UAB awarded $19.5 million grant for new xenotransplantation program

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Urban Ministry’s WE Community Café is all about the eatin’

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Seasick Records in Birmingham celebrates vinyl resurgence on Record Store Day

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Make Earth Day last: Get outdoors, get artsy and enjoy family time with Can’t Miss Alabama

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The Marengo County town of Jefferson illustrates the power of unity with annual barbecue

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Quinoa salad and cake batter milkshake: Eclipse Coffee and Books makes list of 100 Dishes to Eat in Alabama before you die

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Grilled catfish at Fincher’s Delite is on the menu of 100 Dishes to Eat in Alabama Before You Die

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Alabama Family Trust adds new leaders, new office and future national plans

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Fighting feral hogs: Alabama Power, USDA team up to reduce environmental damage

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Preserving the longleaf pine: Alabama Power, partners help protect one of the most diverse ecosystems in the world

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Fairview Environmental Park: Restoring new life to a city fixture through partnership

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World’s most endangered sea turtle species in even more trouble than was thought

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Auburn University’s Recreation and Wellness Center named one of the best nationwide

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Alabama real estate outlook softens during 2Q, overall outlook remains steady

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Lake Homes Realty’s Justin Dyar to appear on HGTV’s “Lakefront Bargain Hunt” Sunday night

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As foreclosure rates fall, housing market being built on more solid ground versus ‘house of cards’

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Cullman area March home sales up 20 percent over the same period in 2015

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Dothan year-to-date home sales through March up 5 percent over same period last year

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Scholarship Opportunity For Alabama Meteorology Students

| 10:52 am April 18, 2016

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The Central Alabama Chapter of the National Weather Association is pleased to announce that we are offering two college scholarships for the Fall of 2016. Each scholarship will be worth $500.

The scholarships are available to undergraduate or graduate students who are a full-time resident of Alabama and attend an accredited college or university that offers a degree in atmospheric science or meteorology.

Information on how to apply for these scholarships is available on the Central Alabama NWA web site.

Please help spread the word about this opportunity to a future meteorologist!

Plenty of Good News from Our Alabama NewsCenter Friends

| 12:07 pm April 15, 2016

From football to golf to business, there was plenty of good news in the state from our friends at Alabama NewsCenter this week.

Alabama A-Day impact expected to hit $10 million

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Auburn fans ready to see defense, quarterbacks at A-Day game

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AHSAA passes ‘Tim Tebow rule’ to allow home-schooled students to play sports at public schools

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Four startup companies advance from Birmingham to compete in Nashville for $50,000

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Birmingham’s Innovation Depot has had nearly $1.4 billion impact since 2010

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Eastaboga Bee Company is abuzz with everything from honey to lip balm

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Raytheon said to be seeking funding for more Alabama-made missiles

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Mercedes sales climb twice as fast as BMW in first quarter

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Pro golfer Rocco Mediate readies for Regions Tradition May 18-22

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Birmingham’s Rotary Trail sign rapidly becoming a selfie centerpiece

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From home plate to home sales, Eli Iorg makes journey from pro baseball to Alabama Realtor

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Jackie Robinson honored by talented young Alabama player

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Tempt your tastebuds, watch baseball and help Mother Nature in Can’t Miss Alabama

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Darter Festival 2016 provides awareness and support for rare species

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Champions of Sustainability work to transform Birmingham area

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Electrathon gives Alabama, Georgia students exposure to engineering

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David Ford works to preserve the Berman Collection in Anniston

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Bikeshare blossoms in Birmingham

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Spend time, not money with the Alabama outdoors weather

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Avondale is home to a relocated Alabama Environmental Council’s Recycling Center

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Gaston Steam Plant volunteers help Sycamore students spread wings with butterfly garden

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Market at Pepper Place returns this weekend in Birmingham

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Homemade meatloaf at G’s Country Kitchen featured in 100 Dishes to Eat in Alabama Before You Die

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In praise of Virginia Van der Veer Hamilton: pioneering Alabama historian, author and mentor

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Storm Spotter Xtreme 2016

| 2:59 pm April 11, 2016

Miss the big annual spotter training? Here are the sessions.

Part one features the basic training from Brian Peters… part two is “polygonology” from Kevin Laws of the NWS Birmingham, and part three is James Spann’s talk on lessons learned from April 27, 2011, and the advanced training from Brian Peters. Thanks to the huge crowd for their attendance!

Exploring Vikings, Ventures, Vehicles & Vittles with Alabama NewsCenter

| 11:36 am April 8, 2016

Vikings, ventures, vehicles and vittles were the subjects of some our favorite stories from Alabama NewsCenter this past week.  Do yourself a favor and spend some time exploring some of the good news from across the state.

Possible Viking discovery by UAB archaeologist could rewrite North American history

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Kamtek on schedule to produce BMW parts with new Birmingham plant this year

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Auto supplier Mando launching $19 million Alabama expansion

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Birmingham-based Coca-Cola United buys Coke operations in New Orleans and New Iberia, La.

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Rotary Trail sign lights up the Magic City

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Rotary Trail ready to light up in downtown Birmingham

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Solar panels adding energy to Birmingham’s new Rotary Trail

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Mobile students win startup cash in Young Entrepreneurs Academy competition

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Alabama Chanin dresses the world . . . one hand-made garment at a time

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Alabama blacksmiths lend talents to Belgium war memorial

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The University of Alabama’s special collection of cookbooks helps crack ‘The Jemima Code’

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Alabama Power’s Energizers nation’s largest Lifesaver fundraiser

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Alabama Power expands online customer support

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Alabama Power’s Carla Davis named national employee of the year

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Tesla says Model 3 pre-orders surge to 325,000 in first week

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Wal-Mart loses everyday low price edge as Aldi opens across U.S.

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Tickle a Southern palate with BBQ, Lebanese cuisine or berries and cake in Can’t Miss Alabama

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Tenders! in Huntsville has its fingers in ‘100 Dishes to Eat in Alabama Before You Die’

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UAB psychologist Josh Klapow provides tips for parents for prom night

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Johnny Belew feeds people and his passion for promoting music in Colbert County

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Shoals area home sales in February up 3 percent over the same period in 2015

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Lake Martin waterfront home sales hold steady through February compared to 2015

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Calhoun County February home sales up 20 percent over 2015

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Wiregrass area home sales in February up 16 percent over last year

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Good News Stories from Our Friends at Alabama NewsCenter

| 10:51 am April 1, 2016

Some inspiring individual stories and some collective accomplishments mark this week’s collection of good news stories from our friends at Alabama NewsCenter.

Birmingham-Southern track and football star is off and running

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Chicago teen who arrived at UAB Hospital on Christmas Eve set to go home after miraculous recovery

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BL Harbert uses Barber Museum expansion to promote construction careers

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Danby Products chooses Mobile area for distribution center serving nine states

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Logistics giant Miller Transfer joins Mobile Aeroplex to support Airbus

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Coal use at Plant Greene County comes to an end

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Weaving wearable wonders sets Sarah Conklin’s place as an Alabama Maker

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City of Birmingham and Alabama Power work to upgrade streetlights to LED

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Robert and Annie Perry working to ensure a brighter future for Native Americans in Alabama Bright Lights

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Crestline’s Jerome Lewis named finalist in national Janitor of the Year contest

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Birmingham Black Radio Museum maintains unique aspect of local heritage

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UAB conference focused on following doctor’s orders

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Down from the dais, school board member brings music to Fairfield’s Robinson Elementary

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Can’t Miss Alabama offers spring break fun with arts and crafts shows, a concert and walking tours

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Chris’ Hot Dogs make the list of 100 Dishes to Eat in Alabama Before You Die

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Get your green on this April with conservation and education events in Alabama

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Alabama REcharge keynote Monica Neubauer on high-tech tools and old standbys in real estate

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Birmingham February home sales up 5 percent over the same period in 2015

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Mobile February home sales up from 2015

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Montgomery February home sales surge 26 percent from the same month a year ago

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Rocket City home sales in February up 25 percent over 2015

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Lee County year-to-date home sales up 14 percent over last year during February

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Marshall County February home sales slip compared to 2015 numbers

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Athens February home sales rise over February 2015 numbers

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Morgan County sees year-over-year rise in home sales during February

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Gadsden February home sales up 3 percent over the same period a year ago

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Cullman area home sales up 31 percent in February over last year

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