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Alabama State Senator to introduce human trafficking bill today

  Alabama State Sen. Cam Ward (R-Alabaster) is expected to introduce a bill Tuesday designed to impose heavy penalties on anyone who obstructs human trafficking investigations. “Human trafficking is a growing problem not just in Alabama, but around the country,” Ward said in an interview with Yellowhammer News. “Particularly human…

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Spring Hill College, University of Alabama top 2018 list of hardest schools to get into in the Yellowhammer State

[caption id="attachment_26125" align="aligncenter" width="820"] University of Alabama quad (Photo: University of Alabama)[/caption]   If your children want to go to college alongside the likes of Tua Tagovailoa or someday stroll the Avenue of Oaks to get their degree, then they better start studying. Spring Hill College in Mobile and the…

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‘Roll Tide … now will you marry me?’ Alabama lineman wins championship, then wins the girl

[caption id="attachment_57071" align="aligncenter" width="800"] Brad Bozeman (SEC Network/Twitter)[/caption] While his teammates were celebrating their historic come-from-behind victory over Georgia last night at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Alabama center Bradley Bozeman focused on more important things. The 319-pound junior from Roanoke, Ala., dropped to one knee and asked his girlfriend…

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ROLL TIDE: Two heroes emerge in Alabama’s epic national championship victory over Georgia

[caption id="attachment_57052" align="aligncenter" width="800"] The crowd celebrates after Alabama wins the National Championship against Georgia in overtime (Yellowhammer)[/caption]   The first words a relieved looking Nick Saban said to ESPN's Tom Rinaldi after winning his sixth national championship -- five with the Crimson Tide, one with LSU -- Monday night:…

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Well-known corporations, Hollywood elites and unions helped fund the deceptive campaign ad that targeted black voters in Alabama’s Senate race, and the PACs plan to do it again

That deceptive campaign ad that targeted Alabama’s black voters, warning them that their “community” would know if they didn’t support then-candidate Doug Jones because their vote was “public record,” was partially funded by some of the most well-known corporations, film makers and unions in the nation, according to data from…

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Emojis: Love ’em or hate ’em, it’s dang hard to get them approved

  Anyone who texts with me knows I refuse to give up my emojis. I’ve read that there is a "feminist case for not using" emojis and that it would be “empowering” not to have to do the texting equivalent of emotional labor. I admit they are a bit juvenile.…

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Anti-Christian bullies target Gov. Kay Ivey, demand she stop ‘preaching’ on social media

(Opinion) A seriously annoying anti-Christian activist organization has signaled out Alabama’s governor because of what they call “preaching” on social media, demanding she remove the offending statements or face lawsuits and fines. Like most of America’s leaders, Gov. Kay Ivey sent Christmas-themed messages over the holiday season, but the aggressively litigious…

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If you live in parts of Alabama, you are likely sleep-deprived … and courting disease or death

[caption id="attachment_55120" align="aligncenter" width="800"] (Pixabay)[/caption]     If you live in Alabama, chances are you are more sleep-deprived than people living in New Hampshire, D.C., California, Texas, and 37 other states, particularly if you live in the Birmingham-area and southwest parts of the state. [caption id="attachment_55160" align="alignleft" width="800"] (Centers for…

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WATCH: Dabo Swinney’s love for Clemson assistant with Down’s syndrome inspired by Gene Stallings

[caption id="attachment_55259" align="aligncenter" width="800"] (ESPN / Facebook)[/caption]   If you watch this ESPN video, it will be the best five minutes you spend this week. Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney describes his relationship with David Saville, 27, who is in his seventh season as a Clemson equipment manager and who…

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If the left thinks ‘gay married’ Santa Claus is forward thinking, then thank God they call Alabama backward

[caption id="attachment_54988" align="aligncenter" width="800"] Santa's Husband (Harper Collins/Amazon)[/caption]   Just in time for Christmas, folks. The holiday story we’ve all been waiting for. Destined to become a fireside classic that you’ll read to your children and your children’s children. Santa's Husband, a children’s book from renowned publisher Harper Collins, tells…

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