Hospitals brace for post-Thanksgiving surge; 5,000 Alabama students haven’t shown up for class; Congress braces for Biden's national coronavirus strategy; All eyes on the QBs in the Iron Bowl; Will Sellers: The Enduring Legacy of Margaret Thatcher
It’s hard to consider, much less savor, good things when so many bad things are happening all around you. But it’s times like these when thanks given and appreciation shown because it’s those minor things, the ones that are often overlooked, that will carry us through this valley and get us back to the mountaintop.
AstraZeneca: vaccine shown to be ‘highly effective’; Poll: voters value State House access, open to alternate locations; Proposed bridge construction in Mobile back on table; Maxwell chosen for Grey Wolf; Redstone in top 6 for Space Command HQ; Auburn basketball self-imposes postseason ban
A new poll shows Alabama voters strongly favor a special legislative session to take action on unfinished business but are also open to the use of technology, remote voting and other measures to conduct business safely.
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