Secretary of State John Merrill announced the passing of Hugh R. Evans, III. Evans passed away on Thursday, November 17, with over 25 years of public service as a well-respected attorney.
Underpayments, overpayments and retirement account reporting problems have been plaguing city employees' paychecks since July.
A Ukrainian pastor with ties to Alabama continues to hunker down with members of his congregation and community as the world around him crumbles.
A week after being elected as Alabama’s next Secretary of State, Wes Allen sent a certified letter to the Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC) stating that Alabama would cease participation with the non-profit upon his inauguration on January 16, 2023.
The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency released information on a deadly crash that claimed the lives of three teens in Cullman County.
A federal lawsuit has been filed against Jefferson County Sheriff Mark Pettway, claiming discrimination against a white employee.
The race for sheriff in Conecuh County ended in a tie after provisional ballots were counted a week after the general election, according to the Conecuh County Probate Judge.
As opioid-involved overdoses continue to claim lives by the thousands in the United States, the FDA is warning of a new drug that can be just as fatal as opioids but unresponsive to emergency reversal treatments.
The Alabama Department of Mental Health has partnered with the Alabama Fire College to expand and implement the Alabama First Responder Peer Support program. The state is one of the first in the nation to implement the curriculum in recruit schools.
The man accused in the 2019 death of Aniah Blanchard has been indicted on three counts of capital murder.
U.S. Senator-elect Katie Britt said it is surreal to be the first woman elected to the Senate for Alabama. Britt made an appearance on "Fox & Friends" Sunday, just before attending orientation in Washington.
A person wanted in connection with a double shooting at the National Peanut Festival parade in Dothan has been arrested.
Recently, a problem many of us hear about in the news hit home for Larry and his wife, Sheila, and made his fight a little more difficult.
The Foley Police Department is hiring positions for officers and correctional officers. Police Chief Thurston Bullock said there are five patrol positions and four corrections positions.
U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) has named a new chief of staff to replace Stephen Boyd, who was Tuberville’s first announced hire before he took office.
The Vestavia Hills Police Department announced three arrests in connection to a shooting at Shades Mountain Baptist Church on Sunday afternoon.
With election results still coming in around the country and many voters wondering which political party will take majorities in the U.S. Congress, Alabama GOP chairman John Wahl has already claimed victory in the Yellowhammer State.
The race for sheriff in Conecuh County hangs in the balance over one vote, not including provisional ballots.
Brown said over the years, he has grown close to Blanchard’s family. He added that he spoke to them Tuesday night after learning of the passing of the amendment.
The Jared Hudson for Sheriff of Jefferson County campaign left a watch party in Fultondale Tuesday night after learning Hudson lost by only a few thousand votes.
Voter turnout is steady in Jefferson County for the general election as the time for poll closing nears. Although there were some issues throughout the day, voters were thankful to have a voice in the future of the county, the state and the nation.
Alabama co-founder and Country Music Hall of Famer Jeff Cook died Monday, Nov. 7, after a decade-long battle with Parkinson's Disease.
While turnout was steady Tuesday morning in Randolph County, there were a couple of issues with machines, according to Probate Judge George Diamond.
In Alabama, voters have the option to vote with a straight-party ticket. At the top of the ballot, there is an option for Alabama Democratic Party, Alabama Republican Party and Alabama Libertarian Party.
The Jefferson County Coroner identified a man found shot inside a burning home in the early hours of Friday, Nov. 4.
An Alabama Senate candidate is speaking out after attack ads were delivered to mailboxes in District 33 claiming he led a group to Washington on Jan. 6 and “attacked our Capitol.”
A Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office detective said he hopes changes are made soon when it comes to leadership and the Internal Affairs division of the sheriff’s office.