The Flomaton Police Department announced the arrest of a man on multiple drug charges after an officer said he pulled him over because of an improper lane change.
A new study about a voter roll maintenance company that works with the state of Alabama shows cause for concern over possible political influence.
The housing market is changing quickly and realtors in Alabama are seeing a difference.
Alabama Veteran, a nonprofit that strives to connect Alabama veterans and help them transition to civilian life, is hosting a large annual fundraising event at the Hyatt Regency Birmingham – The Wynfrey Hotel, on Saturday, Aug. 13.
Borden Dairy announced the closure of two production facilities and one of them is in Alabama.
The Lawrence County Sheriff is standing by his deputy after deadly shooting during vehicle pursuit.
There is good news and bad news from the latest Annie. E. Casey Foundation’s KIDS COUNT Data Book.
Over the past two years, schools, and especially students, have faced many challenges including schedule changes and online learning woes. But as the 2022 school year gets underway, there are things parents of elementary-aged children can do to make sure their children succeed this year.
The Orange Beach Police Department made an arrest after a woman dropped a dollar bill filled with fentanyl in front of the police department.
William Yeldell Cosper was struck by lightning at least five times. However, two of those times were after death.
A state lawsuit against the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) has been moved to federal court after a student claimed she was raped by a football player and the school didn’t do enough to help.
The Coosa County Sheriff’s Office arrested a man after tense moments at a home on Thursday, July 28.
A plan to add a Short-Term Vacation Rental Overlay District (STVROD) to Dauphin Island is getting pushback from some property owners who say the plan would take away their rights as property owners.
CrimeStoppers of Central Alabama confirmed a kidnapping suspect out of Montgomery was captured Tuesday after a search for him and the unidentified victim.
The Sunset Capital of Alabama is revising its Zoning Ordinance and has released a draft for public review. The changes could mean fewer short-term rental properties on Dauphin Island.
The Alabama State Department of Education is celebrating after winning an award from ACT. The first-ever State College and Career Champion Award was presented by Janet Godwin, the CEO of ACT.
Dr. James “Jimmy” Blake is the Libertarian Party of Alabama nominee for Governor of the State of Alabama. He was also elected by Republican voters on May 24 to serve on the Jefferson County Republican Executive Committee.
The congregation of a Ukrainian church that has been assisted by the people of Alabama was awoken Thursday morning by the sound of rockets and an air alarm, warning the country was under the threat of an attack.
An Alabama death row inmate is scheduled to be put to death Thursday night. Joe Nathan James Jr., who was convicted of a 1994 murder, is set to die by lethal injection at 6 p.m.
A small plane made a "hard landing" into Smith Lake on Saturday, July 23.
The Salvation Army is reacting after a man was shot and killed in front of its Corps in Bessemer Sunday.
Alabama Governor Kay Ivey is sticking to her campaign guns and going against what the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) is pushing concerning the COVID-19 pandemic.
After months of gathering information to contact school board members across the state, the Alabama Policy Institute (API) has released an online survey asking their opinions on issues such as CRT, SEL, school choice, equity, and demographics.
The White House announced Thursday that the president tested positive for COVID-19 and is experiencing "very mild symptoms." The announcement came a day after Biden misspoke while at a former coal-fired power plant in Massachusetts and had some people thinking he was in a battle for his life.