— A tornado warning issued for Limestone County has been canceled. Flooding is still an issue in downtown Athens, particularly around the areas south Pryor Street near the Jack's restaurant, Dollar General and the Athens City Schools central office. Motorists are urged to use caution.
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Bill for marijuana derivative breezes 34-0
Three police officers are among advocates who appear to be moving closer to achieving what initially was a political longshot: legalizing the use of a marijuana derivative in an election year when Alabama legislators are concerned about the implications of every vote.
Forecasters: Windy, cooler day in store for Ala
Wind gusts of up to 35 mph are expected in much of Alabama as a cold front sweeps across the region, bringing cooler weather to the state.
- Overnight fire destroys Limestone County home
- Alabama committee approves Common Core 'opt out'
- Senate panel considers Alabama Constitution changes
- Wind gusts of up to 35 mph expected across Alabama
City Council approves Remington incentives; one citizen against
Under the agreement, Athens will pay $250,000 to Remington during a three-year period if the company meets hiring goals.
Police Department site of March 18 voter registration event
It will be held in the municipal courtroom at the Police Department at 951 E. Hobbs St. Hours will be announced.
Alabama offering free photo IDs to vote
Only those who are registered to vote in Alabama and do not already have a photo ID from any county, state or agency are eligible for the voter ID card.
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