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    How to beat the chill, without killing the power bill 

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – While the worst part of the winter storm week has passed, there are a few more days of freezing temperatures ahead....

    Sheriff Gentry issues lake safety tips

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    CULLMAN, Ala. – With an increased number of incidents on the water this summer the Cullman County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) wants the community to...

    City and county schools review safety plans and seek to assure...

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - Following the May 24 attack at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, which left 19 young children and two teachers dead,...

    Cullman Christmas was quiet says local law enforcement

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - The Cullman Police Department and Cullman County Sheriff’s Office both agree this holiday season was a quieter one for crime and...

    Four ways Fourth of July fireworks can harm our pets

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    NEW YORK, N.Y. - The Fourth of July is just a day away! While many of us may want to kick back and enjoy...

    ATF promotes fireworks safety

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    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives wants the public to be safe during the Fourth of July. Understanding the...

    Summer safety: swimming and water safety

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - According to the World Health Organization (WHO), drowning is the third leading cause of unintentional injury deaths worldwide. Over 230,000 people...

    ALEA: Pre-spring break talk with teen drivers key to safe road...

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    MONTGOMERY, Ala. - With heavier-than-usual traffic expected during the spring break months of March and April, the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) encourages motorists-...

    Help your dog beat the heat this summer

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    The summer heat can be dangerous for people and it can also be extremely dangerous for dogs. A dog's inability to sweat can make...

    Enjoy the holiday season with fire safety in mind

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    QUINCY, Mass. – Festive meals, flickering lights and holiday decorations are all hallmarks of the holiday season. However, Christmas trees, candles, electrical decorations and...

    Summer safety: swimming

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    CULLMAN - As summer progresses and heat indexes rise, pools, lakes and beaches will see more and more usage each day. While fun, dangers...

    ALDOT, Alabama EMA: winter weather will bring dangerous conditions

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    ALDOT is preparing Alabama roads for winter weather. / Photo, taken Monday, Jan. 15, 2018, is courtesy of photographer Bill Castle/ABC3340.   MONTGOMERY – The Alabama Department of...

    January is Radon Action Month; ADPH offers free radon test kits

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    MONTGOMERY - Do you know that winter is the perfect time to protect the health of yourself and your family from radon? Radon is...

    Community response to crashes at AL 91 intersection brings ALDOT to...

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    Mayor Kenneth Nail, along with members of Hanceville’s City Council and other officials, met with ALDOT’s John Cooper at the intersection of Alabama Highway...

    ALDOT reminds drivers to drive responsibly this holiday season

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    MONTGOMERY – With the highest year-end travel volume on record expected* and those road trips taking as much as three times longer than normal**,...

    ALEA preparing for greater Christmas presence on Alabama roadways

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    MONTGOMERY - The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) will have a greater Christmas presence this holiday season by assigning all available Alabama State Troopers...

    More than 1,000 attend sheriff’s church safety class

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    Chief Deputy Brett Holmes, left, speaks to an attendee after Tuesday night's Cullman County Sheriff's Office church safety class at Temple Baptist Church. /...

    ALEA issues safety advisory for roadways and waterways this Labor Day...

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    MONTGOMERY - Labor Day weekend, summer’s season finale, typically draws heavier-than-usual traffic on Alabama’s roadways and waterways. “Safety is one of our top priorities throughout...

    ALDOT addresses annoying concrete dividers on Hwy. 278

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    CULLMAN -  Many, many Cullman residents have expressed frustration, aggravation and concern over the seemingly endless barriers and dividers that have appeared along U.S....

    ALDOT advises drivers about road safety during eclipse

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    MONTGOMERY – The Alabama Department of Transportation is advising motorists to maintain safe driving behaviors during the solar eclipse on Monday, Aug. 21. Drivers are...

    4th of July safety: be smart around fireworks

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    CULLMAN COUNTY - Independence Day is almost upon us.  It’s a time for parades, family get-togethers, cookouts, and of course, fireworks.  And that’s where...

    Sheriff activates Lake Patrol ahead of holiday weekend

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    CULLMAN - Due to the expected high amount of boat traffic on Smith Lake this 4th of July weekend, Sheriff Matt Gentry has activated...

    Cullman Police Department kicks off radKIDS Summer Safety Camp

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    radKIDS instructor and Cullman Police Department DARE Officer Cindy Rohrscheib demonstrates the self-defense stance./ Heather Mann CULLMAN - Something special is going down at the...

    7th annual radKIDS Summer Safety Camp kicks off Monday

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    CPD DARE Officer Cindy Rohrscheib with a participant in last year's radKIDS camp / Tribune File Photo CULLMAN - From June 26-30, the Cullman Police...

    New trend helps women stay safe

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    CULLMAN - Bars and nightclubs around the country have been instituting a new procedure to help women who feel threatened by others who might...

    AG Strange invites schools to submit applications for Alabama Safe Schools...

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    MONTGOMERY - Attorney Gen. Luther Strange is inviting public and private schools throughout the state to submit applications for the 2016 school year Alabama...

    Local fire officials encourage fire safety at Christmas

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    Cullman Fire Marshal Chris Chaffin talks fire safety. CULLMAN - As we approach Christmas, Cullman County fire officials are encouraging citizens to be aware of...

    Cold weather prompts fire safety reminders from state fire marshal

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    MONTGOMERY - Home heating equipment is one of the leading causes of home fire deaths, injuries and property damage, and with bitter cold freezing...

    Operation Lifesaver makes Cullman a stop on tour

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    CULLMAN – At Cullman City Hall on Friday morning, Nancy Hudson, executive director of Alabama Operation Lifesaver, addressed members of the press and department...

    Motorcycles and sharing the roads safely

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    CULLMAN - In light of recent events, we took a look into motorcycles: those who drive them, those who drive alongside them and the...

    Pokémon: the perils of catching them all

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    CULLMAN - Let me start by saying, yes, like most of the country, I play Pokémon Go.  Yes, I have visited places I would...

    radKIDS underway at civic center

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    CULLMAN - The radKIDS Summer Safety Camp is underway at the Cullman Civic Center where roughly 40 children are learning about protecting their personal...