The Poarch Band of Creek Indians is partnering with the Helios Alliance to end the opioid crisis in Alabama.
The state of Alabama is the first state to put an inmate to death by nitrogen hypoxia.
After years of discussions, meetings and organizing, the UAB Health System and Infirmary Health have entered into an official relationship to bring comprehensive cancer services to southern Alabama.
The two Republican candidates vying for Alabama’s new first congressional district faced off Wednesday in a debate at the Daphne Civic Center.
A baby girl was surrendered Monday to a newly installed baby box in Madison.
Three Baldwin County lawmakers came together Tuesday to warn citizens about scams targeting the elderly and veterans in the community.
Veterans in Baldwin County are invited to come out to the John F. Rhodes Civic Center in Bay Minette Friday for a job expo.
Pensacola Police released details in the arrest of an off-duty Baldwin County deputy.
The State of Alabama is preparing to execute Kenneth Eugene Smith on Thursday. If successful, it will be the first death by nitrogen hypoxia in the United States.
The Baldwin County Sheriff's Office released few details in the arrest of one of its own.
The attempted rape of a woman in Foley has the attention of lawmakers after city officials released a statement over the weekend blaming the state’s early release program on the incident.
Foley city officials say the early release program to relieve overcrowded prisons in Alabama could have cost one young lady her life after a horrifying incident in a city park last week.
The War Eagle Supper Club was a staple in Auburn for decades. Generations of Auburn University students gathered at the popular night spot for over 70 years to make memories that for some, would last a lifetime, and for others, they wouldn’t recall the next day.
The Foley Police Department is on the hunt for a suspect considered to be “dangerous and violent.”
The City of Foley has sent a letter of intent to the U.S. Navy’s Whiting Field in Pensacola to expand an agreement concerning Barin Field.
An online petition calling for the removal of a volunteer fire chief who is a convicted sex offender is gaining traction after the search for a missing child sparked debate in Barbour County.
During this week’s deep freeze across Alabama, many residents were concerned their water pipes could freeze, so they kept their faucets dripping. However, the Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) said the demand is straining utility companies.
Just two and a half weeks into 2024, Jefferson County is already seeing more suspected drug overdose deaths than days of the year.
Some businesses along a section of Highway 59 in Gulf Shores are asking the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) to take notice and make changes before they are forced out of business due to a long-term project that got underway in July of 2023. They say since then, sales are down and anxiety is high.
The Spot of Tea restaurant in Mobile has permanently closed and is for sale after it was shut down by the Mobile County Health Department multiple times.
The owners of Bahama Bob’s Beach Side Café in Gulf Shores are hoping to reopen in March after a fire caused extensive damage to the building last summer.
The United Nations Human Rights office released a statement urging Alabama to halt the nitrogen hypoxia execution of Kenneth Eugene Smith.
Monroe County native turned Birmingham attorney and mother of two Caroleene Dobson packed a punch in her five minutes, speaking about God, family and freedom. Her message resonated with the audience.
Mobile County Department of Human Resources director Stephanie Streeter denies all claims in a seven-count lawsuit against her and the Alabama DHR.
Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn endorsed former State Sen. Dick Brewbaker (R-Montgomery) in the race for Alabama's newly drawn second congressional district.
The Alabama Policy Institute’s 2024 BluePrint for Alabama outlines 30 pressing issues for lawmakers to consider to enhance free markets, limit government and build strong families.
While schools nationwide have been experiencing an influx of students due to record-level crossings at the U.S. southern border, it appears Alabama is also seeing increased numbers.