Tomorrow, July 20, 2019, marks the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 spaceflight that led to the first steps on the Moon.
Dolph Tillotson, who, during a career spanning nearly 50 years, earned a reputation for developing hard-edged community newspapers, was among four journalists inducted Friday into the Texas Newspaper Foundation Hall of Fame.
AUSTIN, Texas — Country music legends Alabama headlined the fundraising effort “One American Appeal” last Saturday. The sold-out benefit concert brought together five former presidents to help raise funds for citizens impacted by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria.
Saturday morning on the front steps of the DeKalb County Courthouse, Bob Johnston, chief deputy district attorney for the ninth judicial circuit, detailed exactly what a typical week in his office looks like.
Women within driving distance of Marshall County now have access to technology being hailed as the single greatest breakthrough in breast cancer detection in the past 30 years.
BILOXI, Miss. — Remnants of Hurricane Nate buffeted the U.S. Northeast with wind and rain Monday while power crews restored most electrical service on the Gulf Coast and an overdue cruise ship delayed by the storm finally headed into port.
The president-elect ran a successful campaign promoting job creation and industry growth, but with a new administration comes a lot of new questions. One of which being how one of DeKalb County’s largest industries plays into their plan for the next four years.
As the state’s largest agri-business, the poultry industry generates more than $15 billion in annual revenue. While it has not been identified in any other state, officials in Indiana confirmed an avian influenza outbreak last month.
With less than one week remaining before the final enrollment deadline on Jan. 31, about 8.9 million consumers have already signed up for health coverage through the HealthCare.gov platform or had their coverage automatically renewed.
Ten years after his vote for a trade deal that many blame with hastening the demise of the sock industry in Fort Payne, U.S. Rep. Robert Aderholt voted Friday against giving the president a “fast track” for negotiations on a trade deal with Pacific Rim nations.
On the first day of his 10th term, Rep. Robert Aderholt said he got right to work on trying to thwart the president’s recent actions on immigration.