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UPDATE: I-65, I-85 exchange cleared after 3-car crash | Montgomery Advertiser UPDATE: I-65, I-85 exchange cleared after 3-car crash
All lanes are now clear after a three-vehicle crash that caused major delays on Interstate 85 North at the I-65 South interchange Wednesday morning.         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 16, 2017
Rich Thomas weather: Another sizzler | Montgomery Advertiser Rich Thomas weather: Another sizzler
Blazing heat, as storms start to thin out a bit. Rich has a sizzling weekend forecast for you. And, wiith five days until the eclipse, what about the cloud situation?         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 16, 2017
Alabama Ethics Commission punts on lobbyist opinion | Montgomery Advertiser Alabama Ethics Commission punts on lobbyist opinion
Opinion that said site consultants are lobbyists creates arguments between Department of Commerce, Ethics staff         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 16, 2017
10 Commandments judge forces runoff in Alabama Senate race | Montgomery Advertiser 10 Commandments judge forces runoff in Alabama Senate race
On Tuesday, firebrand jurist Roy Moore rode a tide of anti-establishment sentiment to secure more votes than Strange for the seat.         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 16, 2017
Craig Morgan finds inspiration in everyday life | Montgomery Advertiser Craig Morgan finds inspiration in everyday life
There’s a lot more to country music star Craig Morgan than just his singing. A whole lot more. He plays Montgomery on Saturday, just in time for Buckmasters Expo.         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 16, 2017
Confederate statues to stay in Washington, D.C. | Montgomery Advertiser Confederate statues to stay in Washington, D.C.
There are currently no plans to remove Some of the most famous Confederate statues that sit in the U.S. Capitol.         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 16, 2017
Ohio Players bringing funk and much more to Wind Creek Wetumpka | Montgomery Advertiser Ohio Players bringing funk and much more to Wind Creek Wetumpka
Tickets are just about gone for these legends of funk, disco, R&B and soul, who have an 8 p.m. show. If you make it to this show, you’ll hear a mix of sounds and styles from them, just like back in the day.         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 16, 2017
Tuned In: Funk Nation's got no time to stand still | Montgomery Advertiser Tuned In: Funk Nation's got no time to stand still
Funk Nation put on a huge, action-packed show in front of not just their fans, but the ones who came to see rock or indie pop or country or blues. The audience all got down in that packed room to the tune of FN's mix of funk, rock, soul, R&B, gospel and hip-hop.         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 16, 2017
Election results at a glance | Montgomery Advertiser Election results at a glance
A breakdown of voting numbers in Alabama's Senate race         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 16, 2017
Roy Moore leads the field and makes runoff in senate primary | Montgomery Advertiser Roy Moore leads the field and makes runoff in senate primary
U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore speaks during his election watch party at the Alabama Activity Center in downtown Montgomery, Ala., on Tuesday August 15, 2017. (Mickey Welsh / Montgomery Advertiser)         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 16, 2017
Alabama Attorney General sues Birmingham for hiding Confederate monument | Montgomery Advertiser Alabama Attorney General sues Birmingham for hiding Confederate monument
Marshall says Birmingham violating preservation law; city says it's looking for ways to challenge the statute         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 16, 2017
Ivey creates council to tackle opioid addiction | Montgomery Advertiser Ivey creates council to tackle opioid addiction
Alabama governor creates council to address opioid problems         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 16, 2017
Benefit the Bard: Gladys Knight coming to ASF Saturday | Montgomery Advertiser Benefit the Bard: Gladys Knight coming to ASF Saturday
A legendary singer, the Empress of Soul herself, Gladys Knight will be in Montgomery at 8 p.m. this Saturday for a special cause, raising funds for the Alabama Shakespeare Festival.         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 16, 2017
North Korea delays Guam missile plan | Montgomery Advertiser North Korea delays Guam missile plan
On Tuesday, North Korean media has said that the regime's leader has delayed a decision on firing missiles toward Guam.         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 16, 2017
Accident at I-65, I-85 exchange causing delays | Montgomery Advertiser Accident at I-65, I-85 exchange causing delays
What appeared to be an accident on Interstate-85 North at the I-65 and Day Street interchange is causing some major delays Wednesday morning         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 16, 2017
Gladys Knight at ASF | Montgomery Advertiser Gladys Knight at ASF
The star of this year’s Benefit the Bard at Alabama Shakespeare Festival has seven Grammy Awards; Rolling Stone named Gladys Knight as one of the Greatest 100 Women of Rock; she has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame; and she is in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 16, 2017
Birmingham hides Confederate statue behind plywood | Montgomery Advertiser Birmingham hides Confederate statue behind plywood
Alabama's largest city has used a wooden structure to cover up a Confederate monument in a downtown park.         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 16, 2017
Business robberies down thanks to 'Cops on the Dots' | Montgomery Advertiser Business robberies down thanks to 'Cops on the Dots'
Business robberies down thanks to 'Cops on the Dots' and the new Burglary Reduction Team.         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 15, 2017
'Real Men Wear Pink' campaign supports breast cancer research | Montgomery Advertiser 'Real Men Wear Pink' campaign supports breast cancer research
For the third year, men will take a stand against breast cancer through fundraising.         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 15, 2017
5 questions as Alabama casts votes in U.S. Senate primary | Montgomery Advertiser 5 questions as Alabama casts votes in U.S. Senate primary
Effects of Trump, Bentley and McConnell all wait to be seen.         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 15, 2017
Selma's top cop, Spencer Collier, injured in 2-vehicle crash | Montgomery Advertiser Selma's top cop, Spencer Collier, injured in 2-vehicle crash
Spencer Collier suffered minor injuries in a two-vehicle accident that took place on U.S. 80 around the area of Mitchell Young Road, which is located in the west part of Montgomery County.         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 15, 2017
Rich Thomas forecast: Hot, humid, stormy | Montgomery Advertiser Rich Thomas forecast: Hot, humid, stormy
Very hot and humid again today, with triple-digit head indexes and another generous supply of random storms.         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 15, 2017
The King: 40 Years After Elvis' Death | Montgomery Advertiser The King: 40 Years After Elvis' Death
Paris - Forty years ago, on 16 August 1977, "The King of Rock 'n' Roll" Elvis Presley died and rock lost its first superstar.         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 15, 2017
Want to help save lives? | Montgomery Advertiser Want to help save lives?
HandsOn River Region is looking for people to help install smoke detectors in the homes of elderly and/or impoverished citizens of Montgomery. More info here: http://bit.ly/2w74Sfn         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 15, 2017
Moore, Strange head to Senate runoff; Jones wins Democratic nod | Montgomery Advertiser Moore, Strange head to Senate runoff; Jones wins Democratic nod
Result follow intense battle among candidates         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 15, 2017
Turnout low after lengthy Alabama Senate campaign | Montgomery Advertiser Turnout low after lengthy Alabama Senate campaign
Voters differ on importance of Trump endorsement in Republican primary         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 15, 2017
Prattville voters cite Christian values, 'right to bear arms' in voting decision | Montgomery Advertiser Prattville voters cite Christian values, 'right to bear arms' in voting decision
Voters in Prattville on Tuesday morning talked about building walls, Christian values, and about needing a change in government as they went to the polls to select Democratic and Republican nominees for Alabama's junior U.S. Senate seat.         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 15, 2017
Business robberies down 40%, MPD credits police in streets | Montgomery Advertiser Business robberies down 40%, MPD credits police in streets
From January through the end of June, there have been 32 business robberies reported. There were 54 business robberies reported during that same timeframe in 2016.         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 15, 2017
Car hits, kills Autauga pedestrian | Montgomery Advertiser Car hits, kills Autauga pedestrian
The man's name was not released, pending notification of next if kin.         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 15, 2017
How Robert E. Lee's image has changed | Montgomery Advertiser How Robert E. Lee's image has changed
Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee was vilified during the Civil War only to become a heroic symbol of the South's "Lost Cause," and eventually a racist icon         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 14, 2017
Legendary Coaches show cancelled after Stallings suffers stroke | Montgomery Advertiser Legendary Coaches show cancelled after Stallings suffers stroke
A “Legendary Coaches” event has been cancelled for Tuesday at the Montgomery Performing Arts Centre, due to a mild stroke suffered by Gene Stallings on Monday morning.         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 14, 2017
Rich Thomas weather: Active radar | Montgomery Advertiser Rich Thomas weather: Active radar
Radar will be much more active today and tomorrow. On this video, Rich walks you through the week ahead. Storms may thin out again late week. And, all of the sudden, the tropics are getting interesting and could become very active next several days. Plus: Have you got your eclipse glasses yet? Be careful. There are some bogus glasses on the market that will not protect your eyes.    
Montgomery Advertiser | August 14, 2017
Jeff Sessions Denounces Charlottesville Attack | Montgomery Advertiser Jeff Sessions Denounces Charlottesville Attack
“It does meet the definition of domestic terrorism in our statute,” words coming from Attorney Gen. Jeff Sessions on ABC's Good Morning American Monday, in the wake of the violent acts that took place over the weekend in Charlottesville, VA. Sessions assured viewers that his office would make every effort to in their investigation to pursue the case in such a way that would bring
Montgomery Advertiser | August 14, 2017
Does Trump's Senate Endorsement Matter in Alabama? | Montgomery Advertiser Does Trump's Senate Endorsement Matter in Alabama?
President Trump has endorsed Luther Strange to replace Jeff Sessions as Alabama's Senator. But are Alabama Republicans listening? In the first poll since his endorsement, Trafalgar Group finds that Roy Moore, Strange's opponent, has seen his lead grow to its largest point yet, going up 35-23. Moore, a former Alabama Supreme Court chief justice, is well known throughout the state and the
Montgomery Advertiser | August 14, 2017
Rare All-White Moose Caught On Camera | Montgomery Advertiser Rare All-White Moose Caught On Camera
On Sunday the BBC reported a rare white moose has been caught on camera swimming in a stream in Sweden. The animal was filmed in Varmland. The BBC reported it is one of an estimated 100 of its kind. Like other all-white animals, the moose is not albino. Instead, according to the BBC, its fur coloring is a genetic mutation. The milky moose went viral on social media for i
Montgomery Advertiser | August 14, 2017
Man and woman work together, rob five at gunpoint, police say | Montgomery Advertiser Man and woman work together, rob five at gunpoint, police say
Brenisha Simington, 17, and Kendarius Johnson, 16, are accused of armed robbery         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 14, 2017
Uncle indicted in Wetumpka drive by shooting case | Montgomery Advertiser Uncle indicted in Wetumpka drive by shooting case
Martin King faces charges as an accessory.         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 14, 2017
Abracadabra! Montgomery lands Wizard World Comic Con | Montgomery Advertiser Abracadabra! Montgomery lands Wizard World Comic Con
On Monday, Wizard World Comic Con officially announced a three-day convention coming in Oct. 20-22 to downtown at the Renaissance Montgomery Hotel & Spa at the Convention Center.         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 14, 2017
Wizard World Comic Con coming to Montgomery | Montgomery Advertiser Wizard World Comic Con coming to Montgomery
Here's a list of some of the celebrities who are coming to Wizard World Comic Con Oct. 20-22 in Montgomery.         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 14, 2017
Alabama Senate primary: A voter's guide to the Democratic candidates | Montgomery Advertiser Alabama Senate primary: A voter's guide to the Democratic candidates
Seven candidates seek party's nod -- and hope for first Democratic Senate victory in Alabama since 1992         
Montgomery Advertiser | August 13, 2017