The King’s Mobile Home Park flooded as a result of heavy rains that swept across Alabama Monday.
Monique Hahn tells herself that the things in her apartment are just stuff. Her family’s antique furniture, her mother’s paintings and a box of pictures filled with precious memories of her dad.
Authorities say charges have been filed against a man accused of pouring hot grease on his girlfriend while she was asleep.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit challenging the Alabama Accountability Act.
An accident involving an 18-wheeler and an SUV closed a portion of US 280 Westbound Tuesday afternoon, according to the Cahaba Valley Fire Department.
Lawyers with the Southern Poverty Law Center have sent a letter to the Fort Payne school superintendent saying the district wrongly refused to enroll a Mexican-born teen.
While renter’s insurance covers water damage caused by a burst pipe, it does not cover flood damage.
State lawmakers may end up heading back to Montgomery if the Governor doesn’t sign the education budget into law.
It’s a problem that’s harming more and more children every day. With the majority of kids online these days, cyber-bullying is becoming a topic no parent should ignore.
On Tuesday Microsoft will stop supporting machines that use its popular XP operating system, which could leave millions of people vulnerable to hacker attacks.
Tyson is recalling over 75,000 pounds of chicken nuggets after some customers reported finding small pieces of plastic in their food.
Spiders are forcing Mazda to recall 42,000 vehicles. The automaker says spiders can build webs in a vent hose and cause the fuel tank to crack. That can lead to an increased risk of a fire.
By the time he left for work at 7:30, the water had risen even higher, covering many of the roads and nearly overtaking porches and cars.
The owner of a Birmingham beauty salon was found dead insider her shop Saturday, according to police.
Jessup says the incident happened Sunday afternoon on Honeysuckle Lane. Five-year-old John Triton Harvard and another 9-year-old were in their yard playing when a dog attacked the youngest child, Jessup says.
With several creeks overflowing, workers spent the day unclogging mud and leaves from drainage pipes as the waters subsided.
Letters from a church bulletin board were blown off by strong winds and were scattered all over the parking lot.
“I just woke up and came outside and everything, my car’s under water and everything in the yard’s gone,” said Jennifer Gilbert.