Police in Detroit are looking for the driver of a vehicle with an Alabama license plate that they say was involved in a deadly hit-and-run.
The Harpersville Police Department used the Matthew McConaughey visit to Alabama as an opportunity for some comic relief on Monday.
The man arrested for a March 27 shooting near The Hangout restaurant and Gulf Place in Gulf Shores will have a bond hearing this week.
Mississippi Sen. Michael McLendon (R-Hernando) is facing a charge of driving under the influence after an arrest in Baldwin County on June 5.
The city of Mobile continues to fight the perception that the city is one of the most dangerous in the nation after incorrect crime numbers were submitted to the FBI and ended up in reports nationwide.
The Birmingham Police Department is asking for information in connection to a homicide that happened over the weekend.
The Alabama Tourism Department is celebrating the economic impact of the state’s travel and tourism industry. New numbers show tourism dollars have more than doubled in Sweet Home Alabama over the past decade.
The prisoner who escaped from Lauderdale County with a corrections officer, prompting a nationwide manhunt, was sentenced to life in prison without parole on Thursday. The sentence was part of a plea deal.
A federal civil lawsuit against 46 defendants, including Jefferson County Domestic Relations Court judges, claims there is a widespread and sophisticated racketeering scheme taking place.
Joran van der Sloot pleaded not guilty in a Jefferson County court Friday to charges of extortion and wire fraud.
A prayer event Thursday in Mobile is aiming to bring together people of faith and allow for the power of prayer to be felt throughout the city.
Roy Brook, the Alabama man who started the “American Flag Project,” will soon be reunited with his United States flag.
Concerned citizens in Mobile and Baldwin Counties are taking action to protect family values and children during LGBT Pride Month. At least one expert even believes part of the LGBT movement is connected to a much more sophisticated, dangerous operation that is a threat to the U.S. Constitution.
For several months, city officials in Mobile have been working with the FBI to correct crime data that led to an incorrect report stating that Mobile was the second most dangerous city in the United States.
Soldiers from the Alabama National Guard, the U.S. Army and Romanian Armed Forces came together to visit with locals in Slobozia, Romania.
An 18-year-old is charged with impersonating a police officer after he applied for a job as a Limestone County corrections officer.
Baldwin County EMA Director Zachary Hood turned in his resignation Monday. The County Commission accepted the resignation Tuesday during its regular meeting.
Several Mobile residents addressed the city council Tuesday requesting an ordinance banning drag shows in public venues where minors could be present.
For years, Roy Brook has traveled all over Alabama and neighboring states sharing his love for the nation and the United States flag. But now, Brook is asking for help after he misplaced his flag while on a trip to Florida.
1819 News CEO Bryan Dawson sat down with Noah Galloway and the two discussed challenges they have been through in life and as parents.
A woman sentenced to death in the killings of two children lost her petition to the United States Supreme Court.
Gadsden State Community College is one step closer to having its own police department now that the school has appointed a police chief.
Richard Scrushy is ready for the truth to come out, he says, following allegations in court that he is hiding millions he could use to pay what he owes from a civil lawsuit.
The Alabama Department of Transportation is optimistic about the road ahead concerning the building of a bridge in south Baldwin County.
A group has formed in reaction to progressive moves being made in the city of Fairhope. Now, the group is planning an event to overshadow a pride festival planned for this weekend.
The Supreme Court of Alabama denied a motion by the Alabama Department of Transportation director John Cooper to continue work on a south Alabama bridge while a lower court’s decision is being appealed.