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Past articles by John:

Do you need a tax professional?

The IRS will begin accepting income tax returns on January 27. → Read More

Ukrainian Boeing 737 carrying at least 170 crashes in Iran

The crash came hours after Iran launched a ballistic missile attack in retaliation for the killing of a top general. → Read More

Search intensifying for capital murder suspect

Birmingham police are intensifying their search and say they need to get a capital murder suspect in custody very quickly. → Read More

Postal worker captured on video throwing package

Video at one Highland Lakes home captured a postal worker stopping at the steps of a home and then tossing the package onto the porch. → Read More

Center Point mayor responds to increase in crime at condominium complex

The mayor of Center Point thinks a recent spike in crime at a condominium complex is due, at least in part, to the condition of it. → Read More

Official: Pensacola shooter Saudi Arabian aviation student

Authorities say the suspected shooter is dead after opening fire on multiple people Friday at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola. → Read More

US gains a robust 266,000 jobs; unemployment falls to 3.5%

The unemployment rate dipped to 3.5% from 3.6% in October, matching a half-century low, the Labor Department reported Friday. And wages rose a solid 3.1% in November compared with a year earlier. → Read More

How to help victims of domestic violence

According to statistics, 1 in 4 women and 1 in 7 men have been victims of severe physical violence by an intimate partner in their lifetime. → Read More

How to protect yourself from your “Smart” TV

Smart TV’s are great but remember just like your computer they’re hooked up to the internet → Read More

Church group donates Thanksgiving basket to Cupcake McKinney’s family

They brought everything from apple pies to bottled water. A small gesture, but one to show Kamille McKinney’s family they are not forgotten this Thanksgiving. → Read More

Restaurant hosts Thanksgiving lunch for veterans

Veterans and their families in Cullman County received a free Thanksgiving meal with all the fixins on Monday. → Read More

If you ‘see something,' would you say something?

If you saw someone being attacked, would you do something about it? → Read More

Americans receiving record number of robocalls

Robocall continue to be a major problem for many people → Read More

Nicolas Cage in talks to play Nicolas Cage in film about Nicolas Cage

Actor Nicolas Cage is in final talks with Lionsgate for a new movie project in which cage would play a fictional version of himself. → Read More

Who’s the Jeopardy GOAT? Top 3 all-time winners to compete in prime-time tournament

Jeopardy Is bringing the brainpower! The game’s top three winners will quiz their way toward $1 million. → Read More

Numerous missing persons cases in Alabama

There are dozens of missing persons in Alabama. With each face carries a name, a family, and a story. → Read More

Pell City man pushing for federal law after “Cupcake” kidnapping

A Pell City man has started an online petition to promote change in memory of Kamille “Cupcake” McKinney. → Read More

Halloween safety reminder: Check your kids’ candy

Look through your kids’ Halloween candy before you let them eat any of it. We say it every year, but it appears to be growing increasingly important. → Read More

Nationwide school bus recall could impact Alabama buses

A recall over safety concerns could be impact roughly 1,200 school buses in Alabama. → Read More

‘You can’t have a worse crime than this’: Legally what happens next in Kamille McKinney’s murder case?

While Carr and his team work to make their case, Stallworth and Brown are being held without bond. At least one defense attorney thinks it’s possible they are being kept out of the general population. “A three-year-old, you can’t have a worse crime than this,” said Attorney Roger Appell. → Read More