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Alabama’s Republican Governor Just Helped Thousands of Felons Get Their Voting Rights Back

Alabama state Gov. Kay Ivey has just passed a bill that will restore voting rights to thousands of felons. Because the state's constitution says that voting...

Alabama’s New Education Standards Praised for Being Pro-Science

Alabama school standards for teaching science are evolving. Education leaders have pushed past old standards which led to requirements like stickers on biology books warning...

Strangers Donate to Buy Full Set of Teeth for Young Alabama Man

A 25 year-old Alabama man caught a virus two years ago that not only caused congestive heart failure and led to multiple surgeries including...
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Alabama Doctor Walks Six Miles in Snow to Perform Brain Surgery

Many reports out of the southern U.S. this week hailed people who were performing kind deeds during the freak winter storm that paralyzed much...
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George W. Bush Sends Alabama Kicker Encouraging Letter After Loss to Auburn

College football kicker Cade Foster has received a lot of hate messages since missing three field goal attempts in his team’s stunning loss to...
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Charlie Sheen Makes Good on Promise, Sends $25K to Alabama Tornado Relief

“Actor Charlie Sheen quietly donated $25,000 in December to help tornado relief in Alabama, making good on a pledge to help survivors of the...
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Alabama Turns Around Historic Species Loss With First Comeback From Endangered List

Alabama leads the lower 48 states in river bed extinctions, with 29 snails and 28 mussel species so far. But the state now becomes...
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Alabama Cuts Medicaid Costs by $30 Million by Examining Drug Receipts

Three years ago, Carol Steckel, Alabama’s Medicaid director, sent a national alert to all of her counterparts around the country. She asked them to...
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Alabama Cuts Medicaid Costs by $30 Million by Examining Drug Receipts

Three years ago, Carol Steckel, Alabama’s Medicaid director, sent a national alert to all of her counterparts around the country. She asked them to...
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Japan Donates $120,000 in Relief Supplies to Alabama

Even though they are still recovering from their own natural disaster, the Japanese Government is helping Alabama tornado victims, donating emergency supplies including 8,000...
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Japan Donates $120,000 in Relief Supplies to Alabama

Even though they are still recovering from their own natural disaster, the Japanese Government is helping Alabama tornado victims, donating emergency supplies including 8,000...
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Charlie Sheen Tours Alabama Tornado Wreckage, Plans Fundraiser

At the urging of fans who contacted him on Twitter, Charlie Sheen flew to Alabama's tornado disaster zone yesterday to see the devastation for...
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Charlie Sheen Tours Alabama Tornado Wreckage, Plans Fundraiser

At the urging of fans who contacted him on Twitter, Charlie Sheen flew to Alabama's tornado disaster zone yesterday to see the devastation for...
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Alabama Tornado Victims Helped By ‘Army Of Volunteers’ and Steady Stream of Aid

An army of volunteers trooped into storm-stricken communities across west and central Alabama on Saturday, bringing food, water and labor to those trying to...
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Meditation Class Helps Lower Violence at Alabama Prison

Deep inside an overcrowded prison with a reputation for mayhem, former killers and robbers gather regularly in a small room. Eyes closed, they sit...
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Teacher of the Year Takes on Failing Alabama School

Eighty-two percent of last year's fourth-graders couldn't read. This year, 73 percent of that same group are reading proficiently. "It should be obvious why...

Chick-Fil-A Opened On a Sunday in Order to Grant the Birthday Wish of a Boy With Special Needs

Even though Chick-Fil-A is always closed on Sundays, this restaurant opened their doors in order to grant a 14-year-old boy's birthday wish.

Good News in History, January 11

55 years ago today, the Surgeon General of the U.S. released a landmark report which concluded that smoking likely caused lung cancer and other diseases....

When Icy Roads Delay School Day, Bus Driver Buys 50 Breakfast Meals for His Students

This compassionate bus driver was not about to let his students go through their school day without breakfast – so he made one more quick stop on his route.

Good News in History, December 1

100 years ago today, Iceland gained independence from Denmark. After decades of national unrest over its identity, an agreement was signed that recognized Iceland as...