FIRST ALERT TRAFFIC: Left two lanes of I-459 S near Hoover closed for repairs 2017-09-22T01:21:19Z2017-09-22T01:23:55ZBy Drew Dover, Digital Content Producer Source: Raycom images JEFFERSON COUNTY, AL (WBRC) - Officials with ALDOT say starting around 8 p.m. Thursday night, pavement repairs will be made to the left two lanes of I-459 southbound from the I-65 overpass bridges to the Lorna Road overpass in Hoover.All travel lanes are expected to reopen by 12 a.m. Friday morning.You may want to...
Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Doug Jones announced Wednesday that former Vice President Joe Biden will join him at an October 3 campaign rally for his campaign in the race. "We are thrilled and deeply honored to have my longtime friend Vice President Joe Biden visit the great state of Alabama to reinforce his strong support of my campaign for the U.S. Senate. I have known and respected Joe Biden for almost 40 years now. He is the epitome of what we all hope public service can be," said Jones.
List of SCHOOL CLOSINGS ahead of Irma
2017-09-10T19:48:06Z2017-09-10T19:50:31ZBy Drew Dover, Digital Content Producer
Source: Raycom images
Because of Tropical Storm Warnings issued ahead of Hurricane Irma, many school systems have decided to close on Monday and/or Tuesday. For a full list, look below:Copyright 2017 WBRC. All rights reserved.
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Selecting a term
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