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Shooting investigation underway at Russellville KFC

RUSSELLVILLE, Ala. – A shooting investigation is underway in Franklin County.

The Russellville Police Department has confirmed that a shooting occurred at the KFC in Russellville on Friday right before 5 p.m. 72 more words

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Florence Police need help finding missing male

FLORENCE, Ala. — Florence Police are asking for help finding Casey L. Curry, 23.

Curry is a white male, 5’9″ tall, with brown hair and green eyes. 19 more words

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UPDATE: Tharptown residents allowed to return to homes; fire still active

THARPTOWN, Ala. – Franklin County Sheriff Shannon Oliver confirmed there has been a natural gas explosion in Tharptown that has led to injuries.

A crew of four men with Gentry Drilling Company from Lawrence County, Tenn. 364 more words

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Shoals blood reserves at critical level; donors needed

MUSCLE SHOALS, Ala. – A plea for help has been sent out in northwest Alabama. The organization who provides blood to hospitals says supplies are dangerously low. 238 more words

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Caterer surrenders food service permit after preparing food that made 77 people sick at wedding

MOULTON, Ala. – A Moulton caterer has surrendered his food service permit to the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) after preparing food for a wedding in November that made dozens of people sick. 337 more words

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Alabama lawmaker proposes church protection act

ROGERSVILLE, Ala. – An Alabama lawmaker is pushing a bill to authorize churches to have armed security guards within their membership and provide those guards with a level of legal immunity. 463 more words

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Former Tuscumbia Police Chief passes away Wednesday morning

TUSCUMBIA, Ala. – The American Flag has been lowered to half-staff as the Tuscumbia Police Department mourns the loss of a family member.

Former Police Chief Wayne Burns died Wednesday morning at his home in Tuscumbia, after a lengthy illness. 255 more words

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