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WASHINGTON, D.C. — A DeKalb County soldier reported missing in action during the Korean War has been identified, the U.S. Army said Friday.

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FORT PAYNE, AL – Artemis Shielding recently announced the use of its Radiation Shielding Material (RSM) in a February 20 trip to the International Space Station (ISS) on behalf of Alpha Space Test & Research Alliance. The material was commissioned to protect testing equipment from the ha…

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Random Acts of Kindness Week is February 14-20. There’s no sugar-coating how challenging this year has been, but when we tune into kindness happening all around us, the day seems a little bit sweeter, the week seems more manageable and the year begins to look more bright and hopeful. This we…

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A new and more highly transmissible COVID-19 variant, B.1.1.7, has been identified in three Alabama residents. Two are from Montgomery County and one is from Jefferson County; two are children under 19 and one is an adult. These are the first reported cases in Alabama of the variant which wa…

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It’s unthinkable and gut wrenching, but every year, thousands of children become victims of crimes--whether it’s through kidnappings, violent attacks, sexual abuse or online predators.

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states that in the United States, people with disabilities are 4 to 10 times more likely to be victimized than people without them and children with disabilities are more than twice as likely to be victimized as children without them.

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January is National Blood Donor Month, serving to recognize the lifesaving contribution blood and platelet donors make while increasing awareness of blood donations’ critical needs.

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Next Monday, Dec. 21, the night sky will light up with a rare celestial event sometimes referred to as the “Christmas Star” or the “Star of Bethlehem.” It’s so rare, in fact, that it hasn’t been seen since the Middle Ages.

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A Fort Payne native has a front row seat to the drama in Washington D.C. as Senate Republicans push to confirm President Donald Trump’s nominee to fill a vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Most adults who have had mild to moderate COVID-19 illness can now leave isolation after completing 10 days in home isolation and persons do not need to be retested before returning to work, according to newly released Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines.

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The Alabama Department of Public Health and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) compile data about the COVID-19 novel coronavirus from a number of sources. Detailed data allows public health professionals, policy makers and health care providers to better understand and track th…

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The community is invited to attend this year’s 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony at the DeKalb County Courthouse steps.

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The Fort Payne Middle School’s Gigawatts team recently competed at the FIRST Lego League World Championship in Houston, Texas.

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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. 

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As the solar eclipse nears, the public should be advised on what’s going to happen during the eclipse and precautions to take to ensure a safe viewing.

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Through Rotary International, Rotarians and other business and professional leaders are brought together for the greater good of those all across the globe.

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Lili Brandon lives for just a few minutes on the water.