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Macon County hosts 4th annual celebration festival
The fourth annual All Macon County Day Festival is taking place Friday. This event, in honor of Macon County, is free to the public.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Director, chief of staff of Central Alabama VA placed on administrative leave
The director and chief of staff at the embattled Central Alabama Veterans Healthcare System have been placed on administrative leave.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Tuskegee students have returned home
All six of the Tuskegee University students in Liberia have returned safely to the United States.
Money trail leads to criminal probe of community health centers, the backbone of Obamacare: AL.com investigates
The 1,300 community health centers across the United States are meant to serve as the backbone of the Affordable Care Act's plan to leave no one without health care.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Tuskeegee VA Employee Accused of Sexual Abuse
Federal court records showed Tuesday that 44-year-old Eric Allen of Auburn was being held on a charge of sexual abuse.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
The Montgomery Advertiser
Tuskegee ranked 25th in AFCA Division II Top 25 poll
Tuskegee ranked 25th in AFCA Division II Top 25 poll Golden Tigers are coming off their first NCAA playoff appearance as they finished 8-3 in 2013 season Check out this story on montgomeryadvertiser.com: http://www.montgomeryadvertiser.com/story/rankinfile/2014/08/19/tuskegee-ranked-25th-in-afca-division-ii-top-25-poll/14271555/ Tuskegee enters the ... (more)
Tuskegee students staying in hotel due to housing shortage
Union Springs Police Chief Danny Jackson's daughter was shot to death early Sunday morning in Columbus, Mississippi.
Crack cocaine run at the VA: Report says VA employee took patient to buy crack, sexual...
Political troubles for the Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System have just gotten worse, as a new report says a VA employee at the Tuskegee campus took a patient out in March to buy crack cocaine and solicit prostitutes.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Tuskegee Airman Lt. Colonel Edward P. Drummond, Jr. 1926-2014
Drummond was a member of the last official class of the Tuskegee Program that trained African American pilots for combat duty in the U. S. Army Air Corps during World War II.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
2,000 X-Rays at Montgomery VA facility have gone unread since 2009, Alabama lawmakers call for investigation
A later review added 1,100 X-rays to that number. The Montgomery Advertiser reports staff took immediate action on about 176 of the scans while 227 were assessed to see if further clinical action was needed.
EverFi Partners with SCLC on Digital Education Alliance
EverFi, Inc., the leading critical skills education company, today announced a partnership with the Southern Christian Leadership Conference , one of the nation's preeminent civil rights and social justice organizations.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
Sat Aug 09, 2014
Second Saturday being held at Montgomery Riverfront
President Barack Obama said Saturday that airstrikes he ordered in northern Iraq have destroyed arms and equipment held by Islamic State forces whose rapid advance has surpassed U.S. intelligence estimates.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Two Tuskegee men charged with attempted murder of officer
Two Tuskegee men are under arrest and charged with attempted murder after authorities say they fired shots at a police officer.
LMN 8-8-14 Here's a catchy title
BREAKING NEWS! The long feud is over! There will be no future fighting now that peace has been established.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
Searching for oddest find at World's Longest Yard Sale. Tell us your pick from these photos
AL.com reporter Kelly Kazek is still out on the Alabama route of the World's Longest Yard Sale, where she began Thursday morning in Gadsden.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
Six Tuskegee students stuck in Liberia due to Ebola outbreak
Six Tuskegee University students studying abroad in Liberia are unable to leave the country for at least two weeks because of security restrictions that have been put in place due to the spread of the deadly Ebola virus, according to WIAT 42 news.
Alabama's connection to 4 other generals killed in combat
Tuesday's combat death of Major Gen. Harold Greene was the first of a general officer since the start of the war on terror that came after the attacks of 9/11.