The Alabama House of Representatives has given final passage to a bill aimed at stopping people from using welfare benefit cards at liquor stores, bars, tattoo parlors, psychic networks and strip clubs.
The Alabama House of Representatives on Wednesday approved a resolution urging an amendment to the U.S. Constitution to ban gay marriage.
Wednesday’s shooting was the latest to rock the country
The Alabama Legislature may enact two new laws regulating abortions before its session ends Thursday night, but two other abortion bills, including one banning an abortion when a fetal heartbeat can be detected, may fail.
Thirty-three sirens have been repaired as of Wednesday.
James Redmond, 27, was shot several times and killed, according to the Jefferson County Coroner.
Too many animals are being put down, and that’s one of the primary complaints that the Tuscaloosa County commissioners are hearing.
The recent arrest of an umpire in Hueytown is serving as a disturbing reminder for all athletic programs which involve children that child predators will try anything to get near them.
One person was killed and 14 injured in a shooting Wednesday at Fort Hood, and officials at the base said the shooter is believed to be dead.
Birmingham police are still working to catch those responsible for throwing or shooting objects at cars on the Red Mountain Expressway.
This year’s TEMPO Family Fun Festival will be held on Saturday, April 12 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at Railroad Park.
As high school graduations near, many parents are wondering how they’re going to pay for their child’s education.
Deputies received reports of a burglary in progress around 10:30 a.m. in the 16000 block of Highway 55.
Residents will vote on whether to approve a 14 mil property tax.
Passenger train service could be a thing of the past in cities like Tuscaloosa unless Congress approves additional funding.
Crews began demolishing the old Adams Inn on 3rd Avenue on Wednesday.
A federal judge has set a May 19 trial date for a lawsuit challenging a new Alabama abortion law.
A repeal of the Common Core curriculum standards and a cap on payday loan interest rates are among the legislative proposals that are dead for the 2014 session.