Blount County investigators are close to figuring out who shot and killed two zebras in Oneonta.
Crystal Clowdus, a former teacher at Susan Moore High School, entered a guilty plea for inappropriate contact with a student.
Shaw Drive in Holt is typically quiet, but early Sunday morning Greg Donley heard a different loud boom next door where Lakendel Church and her mother live.
Police in Birmingham are investigating an early morning shooting that left one woman with eye injuries.
Check out health inspection scores from restaurants in Jefferson County here.
Parkway Christian Academy in Birmingham is closing at the end of May, because the church cannot afford the mortgage payment on the building anymore.
A medical group of epilepsy experts is calling on the federal government to reconsider classifying marijuana as a dangerous drug so its impact on seizures can be studied.
A Hueytown firefighter is recovering Monday from minor injuries sustained in a morning house fire.
Centreville Middle School teacher Alice Barton was presented with her a $1,000 check as a part of the One Class At A Time grant program right before the snow storm that paralyzed the area in late January.
Monday is Read Across America Day, and schools everywhere will host special events to help spark students’ interest in readings.
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.