The Army’s top civilian official says the soldier accused in the Fort Hood shooting this week was deployed for the final months of the Iraq war but did not see combat.
A lot of people are getting phone calls saying they’ve won millions in the Publisher’s Clearing House Sweepstakes, but if you get one, don’t waste your time. Just hang up the phone, because it’s a scam.
An investigation is underway Thursday morning into the cause of a house fire in Birmingham. The fire broke out a little before 3 am on the 1500 block of Bay Avenue.
Thursday will be another difficult day for allergy sufferers, but some relief could be on the way Friday.
Joyce Garrard’s hearing is scheduled for 8:30 am Friday, in Etowah County.
After strong objections from local Roman Catholics, Archbishop Wilton Gregory said in an interview Wednesday that he believes the church will probably sell a $2.2 million mansion built for his own use.
In January 2014 the Department of Justice found staff members at Tutwiler Correctional Facility looked the other way for almost a decade as inmates were sexually abused.
Here’s the full press conference from Anthony Grant on what he feels his team needs to do in order to get back to the dance.
The University of Alabama football team held a two-hour practice session in full pads at the Thomas-Drew Practice Facility on Wednesday as the team works up to the first scrimmage of the spring on Saturday.
Wednesday evening, Cullman’s Caring For Kids held a candlelight vigil in memory of 32 children killed in 2013 from child abuse.
A softball field is supposed to be a safe haven for girls of all ages. It’s where they can take their cuts and dive around in the dirt with reckless abandon.
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.