An Etowah County woman was arrested for chemical endangerment of a child, according to Etowah County Sheriff Todd Entrekin.
Alabama’s attorney general and the Jefferson County sheriff are praising a judge’s ruling in a 2011 raid on an electronic bingo hall.
The lawsuits filed by an Alabama law firm against General Motors keep mounting.
Health experts say unfortunately, rain doesn’t help allergy sufferers because it actually stirs up all the pollen that was lying on the ground.
Hitting the grocery store is getting more costly. Beef prices are at their highest level in two decades. The cost of ground beef has hit $3.55 a pound, according to government readings. That price is up 56% since 2010.
According to kayak.com, Americans are searching out warm and sunny destinations for Memorial Day, and thinking internationally for summer. This year, the trend for Memorial Day is to head south of the border.
The FBI is warning college students who study abroad that they could become an accidental US spy. The FBI warns overseas intelligence officers may try to build a relationship with an American college student in the form of an internship or small job.
Con artists, who claim they work for the video streaming service, are trying to get money and private information from unsuspecting victims. Netflix customers get an email or pop up ad directing them to a real looking, but fake, Netflix log in page.
If you’ve been waiting for a chance to buy Google Glass, Tuesday is your lucky day. The head-mounted computer goes on sale to the general public at 8 am.
A woman has been charged with murder after a man was shot and killed at a truck stop in McCalla.
A federal judge sentenced a man who tried to hire a Ku Klux Klan member to murder his African-American neighbor to six years in prison.
Monthly insurance premiums and co-pays for Alabama education employees will remain the same for the next school year, after a vote Monday.
William Tortorice and Charles Hankins are charged with trafficking cocaine.
Many families trapped in their homes by flood waters last week say it was the first time they had ever experienced such a thing.
A car accident on Interstate 59 near mile marker 83 caused multiple injuries Monday afternoon.
When we last caught up with the Riverbend Community in Moundville, they were anticipating that the flood waters from last week’s storms would recede towards the weekend and that they would go back to life on land.
Areas along Cahaba Valley Road are still littered with flood damaged cars, appliances, trashed carpets, decks and furniture. A nearby church parking lot is full of flood ruined items.
Center Point Elementary School is ready to move in to a new building just two years after a tornado destroyed the previous building.