“It was such a cruel and heinous crime.”
“I can say this that I don’t think that any shooting that we’ve had so far has been a random act period. And we’re lucky that there wasn’t any collateral damage,” said Jimmie Harp, the Etowah County District Attorney said. “You know with the number of shots fired things like that we’re lucky that some children weren’t actually in the street getting hurt.”
A preliminary hearing date has been set for Matt Pitt, the youth evangelist accused of impersonating a peace officer.
The Birmingham Health Care’s (BHC) black lung department has been giving free screenings for coal miners with their mobile testing center.
It’s a scam that’s proven to be quite successful and persistent. Businesses across the state and country are the targets. And they’re losing thousands of dollars.
Luster’s $1 million bond was reduced to $210,000.
Kiser faces two counts of concealing a dead body.
A Shelby County welfare worker is in custody and police are searching the agency’s county office following the report of a sex crime.
Edwards was sentenced to 10 years – two years in prison and eight years on probation – for stealing over $130,000 while she was in office.
John Dillon Salers is charged with murder for the death of his half-sister, Katelynn Arnold.
State troopers have identified a woman who was killed in a crash on an Alabama interstate.
Stanley Chapman, Crystal Nelson, Dayjuan Tuggle and Quentin Nixon are all facing charges in the case.
“They started by taking the neighborhood, why didn’t they finish?”
“We added safety doors. We also increased security cameras and the ability to look at more cameras at one time,” Superintendent John Moore said.
According to Sgt. Perry Hurst with the Bessemer Police Department, the baby was ejected from an SUV following a crash I-59 northbound at exit 113.
Multiple homicides in the Gadsden area reportedly involving an assault rifle have authorities on high alert in Gadsden.
Police say a Dothan woman is charged with showing pornography to a child as a lesson in sexual education.
“It’s important for the public to work with us so we can really keep a good track of our sex offenders where they are living at,” Chief Roper said. “The rules clearly state that they cannot live within 2000 feet of a day care or school.”