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Tuscaloosa officer charged with domestic violence
Police say 56-year-old patrol officer Robert Fourt was charged with third-degree domestic violence Thursday night.
From nun to AIDS expert; crash kills hundreds
Relatives, friends and colleagues paid tribute Friday to victims even before the airline released their names as it scrambled to contact the next of kin of the victims.
CA bank robbery: Violence of chase led cops to fire despite hostage
Police said that a suspect, the only one of the three to survive, used a woman as a human shield as the bullets flew back and forth. An autopsy may determine whether the one that killed her was fired by officers or the robbers.
Why airlines didn't avoid risky Ukraine airspace
Violence in Ukraine between government forces and pro-Russia rebels in the country's east erupted a month after Russia annexed Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula in March.
Former Alabama youth worker facing sex abuse charges
Authorities say Roy Dean Pruett, a former Eagle Rock Boys Ranch employee, was taken into custody Thursday afternoon.
Alabama officials reviewing sex education curriculum
President of New York-based Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States Monica Rodriguez says the law was discriminatory against gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender students, and was a form of institutional oppression.
Putin: Responsibility for plane crash is Ukraine's
A Kremlin statement early Friday said Putin opened a meeting with his economic advisers by calling for a moment of silence over the crash.
Wells Fargo laying off 468 in Birmingham area
Bank officials said in a statement that 468 employees in Homewood are being let go because fewer of the bank's home loan customers need payment assistance or are facing foreclosure.
Bank customer among 3 dead in holdup and shootout
Police and FBI agents were sorting through hundreds of bullet holes in 14 police vehicles, citizens' cars, homes and businesses — the litter left behind by the drama Wednesday.
Celebrate 45 years since man's first steps on moon
Forty-five years ago Sunday, Apollo 11's Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans to set foot on another world.
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