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Coronavirus in Alabama: Cases up 397%, nearing 1,000. Tallapoosa County has death

Another person has died from coronavirus in Alabama, according to state officials Monday morning, as 11 people have been killed in the state related to COVID-19.  The patient was from Tallapoosa County, according the Alabama Department of Public Health website. No more information was given on the fatality. Although Alabama was one of the last states in the nation […]

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907 coronavirus cases in Alabama; numbers rise in Colbert, Limestone, Madison and Morgan counties

As of 3:34 p.m. Monday, March 30, the Alabama Department of Public Health says 907 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in Alabama. Six deaths also have been confirmed in the state. As of Monday morning, the department added a death in Mobile County and another in Tallapoosa County. This is an increase from the […]

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Alabama School of Math and Science cancels summer camps, due to coronavirus concerns

ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KTVI) – The Gateway Resilience Fund is helping employees and owners of local independent bars, restaurants, and shops. Most of the businesses are temporarily closed because of the coronavirus pandemic. So far 183 St. Louisans have received grants from the fund totaling $131,276. Schlafly Beer was set to host the 21st annual […]

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Not back by Easter, Tuscaloosa hopes for football season: Alabama economic update

America won’t be open by Easter. Tuscaloosa hopes we will be by football season. And the markets continued to rebound. It’s a lot to keep up with. Here’s Alabama’s latest economic news — good and bad. And a few things to know about how swiftly-changing national policies could affect you. What you need to know […]

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Watch: Alabama QB Jake Coker at Senior Bowl

Bills head coach, Sean McDermott addressed the media on Tuesday, topics include: offseason evaluation of the Bills staff and roster, the controversial officiating calls during the wildcard playoff game against the Texans, the development of Bills quarterback, Josh Allen this season, filling leadership roles following the retirement of Bills linebacker, Lorenzo Alexander and looking back […]

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UPDATED: Calhoun County counts 7 cases of COVID-19 as Alabama count tops 900

Alabama’s count of known COVID-19 patients topped 900 this afternoon, including four new cases in Calhoun County and additional cases in St. Clair and Talladega counties. Coronavirus coverage Local coronavirus-related cancelations and postponements The state’s Public Health Department today reported a total of six deaths statewide from COVID-19, and the state’s count of patients testing […]

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‘Every year counts:’ MLB clock running for Mobile prospects even with season on hold

Ethan Hearn spent much of his time last week working on lawn mowers. Jeremiah Jackson stayed mostly around his house, practicing social distancing. Both were “socially distant” — more than 1,600 miles away in fact — from where they planned to spend the month of March, Major League Baseball spring training in Arizona. “It stinks […]

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Alabama coronavirus-related death toll is now 6

UPDATE: The Alabama Department of Public Health now says six people have died in the state from coronavirus. Dr. Karen Landers with the department said when its dashboard reported a death in Morgan County Monday morning, this was caused by a data glitch. ORIGINAL STORY:  The Alabama Department of Public Health says seven people have died […]

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‘Every year counts:’ MLB clock running for Mobile prospects even with season on hold

Ethan Hearn spent much of his time last week working on lawn mowers. Jeremiah Jackson stayed mostly around his house, practicing social distancing. Both were “socially distant” — more than 1,600 miles away in fact — from where they planned to spend the month of March, Major League Baseball spring training in Arizona. “It stinks […]

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Alabama coronavirus-related death toll is now 6

UPDATE: The Alabama Department of Public Health now says six people have died in the state from coronavirus. Dr. Karen Landers with the department said when its dashboard reported a death in Morgan County Monday morning, this was caused by a data glitch. ORIGINAL STORY:  The Alabama Department of Public Health says seven people have died […]

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