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Farley pushing bill to shift part of pistol permit fee to law enforcement use
For many years, a portion of the fee for pistol permits has gone to fund an office for the Jefferson County legislative delegation.
NJN/am for Friday, February 14
Hello Friday, and happy Valetine's Day...
Melting away: Power being restored to customers as snow, ice disappear from roads
As quickly as the snow came Wednesday night, it is going away Thursday, and so are the problems the storm caused.
Caregiver faces charges of theft from elderly under new state law
A Birmingham woman is being charged with 11 different criminal counts involving theft from elderly people in her care.
Update: Alabama Power says north Jefferson County down to 2,500 customer without power
Alabama Power crews are making more headway in getting electricity restored throughout northern Jefferson County.
Local roads still slick, but improving quickly
There's nothing like some sunlight and warmer temperatures to turn icy roads into something passable.
NJN/am for Thursday, February 13
Welcome to Thursday, and the warm-up begins today...
Nearly 5,000 customers without power in north Jefferson County
The heavier-than-expected snowfall is causing problems for Alabama Power, as they struggle to keep the lights on in north Jefferson County in particular, and central Alabama in general.
Updated: All local schools closed again Thursday; basketball playoffs postponed
Looks like local students will have the day off again on Thursday.
Update: North Jefferson, Blount counties may get 2-4 inches of snow
Weather forecasters are bumping up their prediction of how much snow we'll get in northern Jefferson County and southern Blount County this afternoon and evening.
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