Alabama’s attorney general is fighting efforts by former state Senate leader Lowell Barron to call him as a defense witness in Barron’s trial on campaign finance charges.
The Jefferson County Board of Education released the district’s approved school calendar for the 2014-2015 schools year Monday.
The Talladega Police Department Facebook page states that Joshua Painter has been located.
A Cullman County man is behind bars in connection with the shooting death of a Blount County woman Sunday.
The City of Tuscaloosa is moving forward with plans to install more red light cameras.
This week’s eCo Savings Race update comes from the Morgan family.
Numerous high schools from across the state gathered over the weekend for the high school state competition for culinary.
The Pelham community is rallying behind a police officer and his family, and at the center of the story is a small child named Carly.
The dolls were display as a part of of an international celebration of dolls. The most high profile doll at the show was one brought to Birmingham in the 1920s from Japan.
We are still waiting for positive identification of a body found inside a burning home in North Birmingham.
A North Alabama landmark is gone, and a fire is to blame. The Mentone Springs Hotel went up in flames over the weekend.
An apartment fire broke out in Birmingham Sunday evening on Pinson Valley Parkway and prompted the response of the Birmingham Fire and Rescue Service.
Law enforcement in Cullman County arrested a suspect at gunpoint Sunday afternoon in connection with a shooting that left one dead in the Berlin community, according to Chief Mike Rainey with the Cullman County Sheriff’s Office.
A group of entrepreneurs are bound for Texas after a brief pit stop in Birmingham.
Whether it’s a medical problem, or something else every one of us probably knows a tough kid who is going through some hard times.
A woods fire in Bessemer broke out Sunday morning, threatening a nearby neighborhood.
Numerous fire departments responded to a large woods fire in Bessemer Sunday morning.
Two Alberta churches that were destroyed by the tornado that decimated that section of the city on April 27, 2011, have reopened their doors after being displaced for nearly three years.