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 Bright Spots: LuLu is the bomb dog

There are hundreds of new faces this school year at Demopolis Middle School in Marengo County. Among them is one who's a little different. She's got massive ears, plenty…

Bright Spots: Blooming traditions in Gordo

If an event has gone on for 30 years, that's pretty impressive. Holliman Gardens has been around for that long, and their tradition is bringing beautiful blooms to West Alabama. Renee…

Bright Spots: Child plans Race for Peace

The war-torn city of Mariupol, Ukraine, is more than 15,300 miles from Tuscaloosa. But no distance is too far for this young man's heart. "Making a difference is important,…

Bright Spots: A ticket to forever

If you're a current or former student of the University of Alabama, chances are you're a member or have at least heard of the Alabama Student Ticket Exchange Facebook group. Most people use it…

Bright Spots: Lions Club helps sharpen children’s vision

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, around 6.8% of children younger than 18 in the U.S. have a diagnosed eye or vision condition. But the Tuscaloosa Area Lions Club is helping children around West Alabama catch this problem early with the Alabama Lions Sight Initiative. The club brings a small, handheld

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