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    Birmingham man's penis amputated during circumcision, according to Jefferson County lawsuit

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    The man says he was not warned that a circumcision procedure could lead to a penis amputation.
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    Former Montgomery corrections employee arrested for allegedly having sex with Auburn mass shooting suspect

    Shemarra and Curtis Montgomery. Shemarra was charged with custodial sexual misconduct after having sex with a Montgomery County Detention Facility inmate. Curtis was charged with hindering prosecution after lying and assisting in hiding Shemarra. Shemarra and Curtis Montgomery. Shemarra was charged with custodial sexual misconduct after having sex with a Montgomery County Detention Facility inmate. Curtis was charged with hindering prosecution after lying and assisting in hiding Shemarra.
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    A Montgomery corrections employee and her husband are facing charges after the woman allegedly had sex with an inmate at the Montgomery County Detention Facility. More>>

    Holt's Eagle Bluff Landfill approved to increase capacity

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    In a 3 to 2 vote the Tuscaloosa County Commission voted to increase Eagle’s Bluff construction and debris landfill’s daily intake by 2,000 yards. More>>

    Federal government may house immigrant children in Montgomery's Maxwell Air Force Base

    Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery, AL Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery, AL
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    Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery could house immigrant children. More>>

    Schaeffer Eye Center CityFest: What To Know Before You Go

    Schaeffer Eye Center's CityFest will bring The Roots to Railroad Park on July 26. Schaeffer Eye Center's CityFest will bring The Roots to Railroad Park on July 26.
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    Schaeffer Eye Center is revamping their annual Crawfish Boil with this year's CityFest. More>>

    What’s Working? : Cherokee Co. reeling in millions through tourism events involving Weiss Lake

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    Less than hour and half away from Jefferson County there’s a paradise for anglers which, throughout the years, has helped Cherokee County stay afloat financially. Cherokee County is a place where breathtaking waterways are attracting hundreds of thousands annually to the area. With a population of more than 26,021, the county spans about 600 hundred square miles teeming with lakes, rivers and mountains. In this What’s Working online video report, Alabama's 13 Bettina Boateng and Photojournali... More>>

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