The restaurant, Little Italy, posted surveillance images of the man they accused of the act.
The Fairhope Library's Board of Trustees met Monday and heard from the public about concerns over books that some say contain inappropriate material. These books, they say, are in the children and teen sections of the library, and they want them moved to the adult section.
Joran van der Sloot has a court hearing on Wednesday in which the family of Natalee Holloway could learn more about how their daughter died.
A group of current and former Alabama Department of Human Resources (DHR) employees sent an open letter to Gov. Kay Ivey about concerns with DHR leadership. Some of these concerns, they said, have led to the death and abuse of children in DHR custody.
The director of the Foley Public Library is leaving Alabama two months after a controversy concerning inappropriate books in the children’s and teen’s section.
For the second time this month, a person has died as a result of a crash at Barber Motorsports Park.
Members of St. Paul's Eastern Shore Episcopal Church returned home safely from Israel over the weekend.
A day after Jefferson County Sheriff Mark Pettway released an emotional statement about the Commission freezing 30% of his budget and the implications that decision could lead to, he backtracked Friday saying he had it wrong.
The Fairhope Police Department’s third Citizen’s Academy was a success, according to Chief Stephanie Hollinghead. She said it was not only helpful for the citizens of Fairhope, but also for the department.
First responders in Mobile County were honored by the Azalea City Republican Women (ACRW) Thursday evening.
The director of St. Paul’s Eastern Shore Episcopal Church and several church members, finally got out of Israel Friday after days of trying to leave.
Alabama’s Jewish places of worship are on high alert Friday after Hamas leaders called for a day of rage.
Jefferson County Sheriff Mark Pettway said Thursday that the Jefferson County Commission’s freezing of 30% of the sheriff’s office budget is dangerous.
The Decatur Police Department vowed to be transparent during the investigation into the death of Stephen Perkins.
A Eufaula man is one of two indicted in a federal bird trafficking case.
A Jefferson County Sheriff's deputy who responded as backup during an arrest on Sept. 16, has confirmed he was injured during the incident, in addition to another deputy who previously spoke to 1819 News.
The Hoover woman whose fake abduction scheme captured national attention over the summer was found guilty Wednesday in Municipal Court.
Residents near the Moody Landfill are once again concerned after an underground fire that has been burning for nearly a year has once again started to release smoke into the air.
Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson reached out to the mayor of Ariel, Israel Monday, after learning of the terrorist attack by the Palestinian group Hamas over the weekend.
Governor Kay Ivey addressed the Mobile Chamber of Commerce Tuesday morning to speak on economic development, transportation and education.
Investigators in Clay County could soon be allowed to speak to the public and the media about a terrifying case out of the Talladega National Forest.
The city of Mobile recently annexed areas to the west of the city, bringing the population to 206,830 and making the city the second largest in the state.
The Baldwin County Bridge Company (BCBC) versus Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) saga is not over.
Jefferson County Coroner Bill Yates, who has been concerned with drug overdoses for years, confirmed there were five suspected overdose deaths over the weekend.
The city of Mobile celebrated as Carnival Spirit left for an eight-day cruise to the Bahamas on Friday. The cruise is the first since Carnival returned to the Port City.
Following terrorist attacks in Israel, the U.S. Israel Education Association (USIEA) responded to the attacks in Israel Saturday by urging Congress to act.
Alabama Veteran is celebrating a large donation from the Tommy Tuberville Foundation. The president of the non-profit organization said the donation along with multiple partnerships will make a big difference for veterans trying to get their feet on the ground.