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  • Greg Privett

    Greg Privett

    Morning Anchor, Alabama's 13 Investigates Reporter
    Morning Anchor, Alabama's 13 Investigates Reporter
  • Jon Paepcke

    Jon Paepcke

    Alabama's 13 Investigates Reporter
    Alabama's 13 Investigates Reporter
  • Linda White

    Linda White

    Alabama's 13 Investigates Reporter
    Alabama's 13 Investigates Reporter
  • Lisa Crane

    Lisa Crane

    Morning Anchor, Alabama's 13 Investigates Reporter
    Morning Anchor, Alabama's 13 Investigates Reporter
  • Jeff Eliasoph

    Jeff Eliasoph

    Weekend Anchor, Alabama's 13 Investigates Reporter
    Jeff began his television career 30 years ago in Brownsville, Texas.  Since then, he has worked as an anchor and reporter in cities including Shreveport, Dallas, Austin and Cleveland. Jeff has won awards
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  • AJ's Wedding Pictures Released

    AJ's Wedding Pictures Released

    Tuesday, September 16 2014 10:03 AM EDT2014-09-16 14:03:37 GMT
    Two months after their wedding, A.J. McCarron and Katherine Webb released their pictures to the entertainment show and website Extra.
    Two months after their wedding, A.J. McCarron and Katherine Webb released their pictures to the entertainment show and website Extra.
  • Top 5: ISIS strategy, respiratory virus in Alabama and Adrian Peterson’s apology top your Tuesday morning headlines

    Top 5: ISIS strategy, respiratory virus in Alabama and Adrian Peterson’s apology top your Tuesday morning headlines

    Tuesday, September 16 2014 8:25 AM EDT2014-09-16 12:25:57 GMT
    A vote could come this week on President Obama's strategy for ISIS. Meanwhile, the rare respiratory virus has now been confirmed in Alabama children. Check out these stories and others in your Tuesday morning headlines.
    A vote could come this week on President Obama's strategy for ISIS. Meanwhile, the rare respiratory virus has now been confirmed in Alabama children. Check out these stories and others in your Tuesday morning headlines.
  • Birmingham soon to be home to new professional football team

    Birmingham soon to be home to new professional football team

    Thursday, September 11 2014 1:59 PM EDT2014-09-11 17:59:36 GMT
    The North American Football League plans to kick of its inaugural season with eight teams including Birmingham Freedom. The league wants to expand to 16 during its first four years.
    The North American Football League plans to kick of its inaugural season with eight teams including Birmingham Freedom. The league wants to expand to 16 during its first four years.
  • California man accused of killing girlfriend's Pomeranian after argument, feeding it to her

    California man accused of killing girlfriend's Pomeranian after argument, feeding it to her

    Monday, September 15 2014 11:25 AM EDT2014-09-15 15:25:34 GMT
    "Bear" the Pomeranian"Bear" the Pomeranian
    A California man is behind bars after he's accused of killing his girlfriend's dog and feeding it to her after an argument.
    A California man is behind bars after he's accused of killing his girlfriend's dog and feeding it to her after an argument.
  • Enterovirus breathing illness strikes children in Alabama

    Enterovirus breathing illness strikes children in Alabama

    Tuesday, September 16 2014 7:43 AM EDT2014-09-16 11:43:02 GMT
    Recent results confirm the Enterovirus is active in Alabama.The Alabama Department of Public Health reports several test samples were sent to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for testing.As of September 15, 2014, the results show 4 of 6 specimens from Mobile County tested positive for EV-D68.The 5th specimen was positive for Coxsackievirus B3 and the last specimen was negative.The ADPH is investigating clusters of children with the suspected virus, and health providers have been...
    Recent results confirm the Enterovirus is active in Alabama.The Alabama Department of Public Health reports several test samples were sent to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for testing.As of September 15, 2014, the results show 4 of 6 specimens from Mobile County tested positive for EV-D68.The 5th specimen was positive for Coxsackievirus B3 and the last specimen was negative.The ADPH is investigating clusters of children with the suspected virus, and health providers have been...
  • Roof collapses at Mt. Olive Baptist Church in Wilton

    Roof collapses at Mt. Olive Baptist Church in Wilton

    Tuesday, September 16 2014 2:56 PM EDT2014-09-16 18:56:08 GMT
    Mt. Olive Baptist Church in Wilton, Shelby CountyMt. Olive Baptist Church in Wilton, Shelby County
    The incident happened Sunday, September 7.
    The incident happened Sunday, September 7.
  • TSA reminds Birmingham passengers about prohibited items when flying

    TSA reminds Birmingham passengers about prohibited items when flying

    Monday, September 15 2014 1:34 PM EDT2014-09-15 17:34:26 GMT
    Items confiscated from the Birmingham Shuttlesworth international airportItems confiscated from the Birmingham Shuttlesworth international airport
    Several prohibited items have been confiscated by the TSA at the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport.
    Several prohibited items have been confiscated by the TSA at the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport.
  • Pet goldfish has brain surgery

    Pet goldfish has brain surgery

    Tuesday, September 16 2014 10:46 AM EDT2014-09-16 14:46:21 GMT
    George, the golldfishGeorge, the golldfish
    A tiny patient in Australia has taken micro-surgery to a new extreme.A couple spent hundreds of dollars to save their pet goldfish named George.Over the past year, George had developed a large growth on his head."[The] fish was having trouble eating, getting around, getting bullied by the other fish," explained Dr. Tristan Rich.However, after an hour-long procedure at the Lort Smith Animal Hospital, George was off the hook. Water from his bond was brought to the surgery in buckets, to feed in...
    A tiny patient in Australia has taken micro-surgery to a new extreme.A couple spent hundreds of dollars to save their pet goldfish named George.Over the past year, George had developed a large growth on his head."[The] fish was having trouble eating, getting around, getting bullied by the other fish," explained Dr. Tristan Rich.However, after an hour-long procedure at the Lort Smith Animal Hospital, George was off the hook. Water from his bond was brought to the surgery in buckets, to feed in...
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