He faces federal extortion and fraud charges in Alabama.
Spokesman for the Alabama Fire Marshal’s Office Steve Holmes tells the Anniston Star that 49 people in the state died in fires between December and February. The number is up from 39 during the time same period in 2012.
An elderly woman who suffers from Alzheimer’s disease lived with her husband’s body for a month after he died not realizing what happened, authorities said Monday.
Alicia McClain, 36, of Montevallo, is charged with chemical endangerment of a child after she and her newborn tested positive for drugs.
The shooting happened while people at Bethel Baptist Church were having Sunday morning service.
A Huntsville legislator expects a close vote when the state Senate considers his bill allowing an extract from marijuana to be used to treat children’s seizures from epilepsy.
People in Vestavia Hills will head to the polls tomorrow to decide whether to renew a tax that supports schools.
Investigators in Pell City say the remains found near the Yacht Club on Wednesday belong to a man who jumped from the Stemley Bridge in January.
Anthony Sears, 53, and Fred Bufford, 52, were arrested and charged with first-degree stolen property.
Police in Tuscaloosa arrested a 21-year-old on a theft charge following an incident in a Dollar General parking lot Sunday evening.
Voters who don’t have a valid photo ID to use in Alabama’s elections can get one free at county board of registrars’ offices.
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Last February, Chara Kelley used Twitter to enter a contest from Google and was one of 8,000 people selected to become a “Google Glass Explorer.”
The first discernible speech is transmitted over the phone, and Michael Jordan retires from baseball. Plus the voting age gets dropped from 21 to 18, find out all the details in this edition of, “This Day in History”.
Darius Moore, 23, was found in the back of a Ford Explorer suffering from a gunshot wound. He was taken to UAB Hospital for treatment where he later died.
A Dodge Charger drove off a boat ramp with two people inside Sunday afternoon. One person was able to swim to safety, but marine police, state troopers and other authorities are still looking for the other person who was inside the car.
Birmingham Police Department spokesman Lt. Sean Edwards says the suspect is believed to be a 6-foot tall, 150-pound black male.
Fire crews in Birmingham are on the scene of a house fire on 15th Street North, dispatch confirmed Sunday evening.