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2 hrs ago | Alabama Live
This sunset in Orange Beach has been part of an Alabama summer that is yet to reach 100 degrees.
6 hrs ago | Medical Daily
Young hands behind the wheel pose a great threat already, but as technology endows them with confidence, multitasking turns deadly.
9 hrs ago | Business Journal
That's according to the newest Alabama Business Confidence Index from the Center for Business and Economic Research at the University of Alabama.
10 hrs ago | Alabama Live
More than 1,700 students are degree candidates in the ceremony overseen by the Commencement Marshall James P. Cover, professor in the department of economics, finance, and legal studies in UA's Culverhouse College of Commerce.
13 hrs ago | The Escapist
A new study has found that US states in which police offers are allowed to pull over a driver for texting saw fewer deaths than those without such policies.
15 hrs ago | ABC Action News
States that allow police officers to pull over a driver for texting while driving saw fewer deaths than states, like Florida, that use a secondary enforcement of texting bans.
17 hrs ago | Alabama Live
The University of Alabama chapter of Delta Delta Delta is this year's top fundraiser for St. Jude's Children's Hospital after raising more than $200,000, according to a UA report.
One of the members who was on the committee that helped select the new president of Alabama State University, is now saying he regrets his decision.
A new study has revealed that diet with low carbohydrates is good for Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes patients.
Officials from the University of Alabama and the City of Tuscaloosa say they're planning to crack down on football ticket counterfeiters this season.
Last year, when many law schools made no new hires, Alabama was one of the most active law schools on the market.
Summer isn't over yet, so there's still plenty of time to add some beach reading material to your list.
Duties: Pollen will be responsible for overseeing the mission related activities, including: vocational evaluation and assessments, work adjustment/skills training, job placement and collaboration with community partners to identify strategies to address personal, social and economic needs of individuals with barriers to economic independence.
UAB gets a fresh start under Bill Clark, who takes over for Garrick McGee. McGee seemed overmatched from the start and finished a two-year run with a 5-19 record.
The Illinois Hotel & Lodging Association Educational Foundation today announced the recipients of its scholarships for the 2014-2015 academic year.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - As kids prepare to head back to school, required immunizations are typically on the to-do list, but getting potentially lifesaving vaccines should not end when adulthood begins, says one University of Alabama at Birmingham infectious diseases expert.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 08:20 pm
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