Country roads lead many Alabamians home from work each day. The roads we travel become engrained in our memories and we can see them clearly even when we’re miles away. Some of those roads are made of red dirt and sparkling mica. At the end is a small farmhouse and large rows of chicken houses. But for many, that’s where the road ends.
From farm to table is a true statement for the folks at Mason Hills Farm in Grand Bay, Alabama. The sprawling farm in southwest Mobile County has around 150 heads of cattle, including Black Angus cattle.
This week, the Alabama Contract Poultry Growers Association was one of several groups that participated in a rally in Washington, D.C. as meetings on the Farm Bill continued.
A TV series about five women trying to find love in Fairhope will premiere on Hulu on September 27.
Atmore Police now say only one person is responsible for the death of a man outside a bar in early August and they have made an arrest.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation, which is asking for reform within the Auburn University Athletic Department and the firing of the school's chaplains, said officials with the foundation were first alerted about a Christian event at the university because of an article by 1819 News.
A black bear is dead and a Wetumpka man is facing a criminal charge after an incident in Elmore County.
The baptism of an Auburn University football player has resulted in a well-known anti-religious group taking notice.
A federal lawsuit that listed several Jefferson County attorneys and judges as defendants in an alleged “criminal enterprise” has been dismissed without prejudice.
Sherman Peters III, 15, was denied bond Tuesday under Aniah’s Law. The teen has been charged as an adult in connection to a deadly shooting at a Sweet 16 party in Dadeville.
The Ozark Dale County Library Board made changes during a meeting Wednesday to protect juveniles in the children and teen sections of the library.
Since 1996, the Jefferson County Commission has been bound by a consent decree over the county sewer system. That is something commissioners want to change.
Jefferson County Schools Superintendent Dr. Walter Gonsoulin was one of several officials who met and viewed body-worn video from an incident that happened after a football game last Thursday.
The Gulf Shores tattoo artist accused of trying to rape a woman in the parking lot of Mud Bugs Pub & Club in August of 2022 has been scheduled for trial.
The Supreme Court of Alabama heard the consolidated cases of three families seeking compensation after they claim a patient at Mobile Infirmary destroyed their embryos.
The man accused in the New Year’s Eve Moon Pie Drop shooting in Mobile was sentenced Monday to 10 years in prison.
The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office identified the suspect as Vincent Kimbrough, 29. He was charged with two counts of second-degree assault, resisting arrest, public intoxication and disorderly conduct.
The Baldwin County Republican Party unanimously passed a resolution over the weekend in reaction to inappropriate books that have been offered in the children and teens sections at libraries throughout the county.
Every year on September 17, the nation celebrates Constitution Day in honor of the formation and signing of the U.S. Constitution on this day in 1787.
The band director at Minor High School is facing multiple charges after an incident following a game Thursday night.
For several months, residents in the Loxley area have come forward with concerns about possible human trafficking activity near Interstate 10 in Baldwin County.
Mobile Fire Rescue is investigating the cause of a fire that caused damage to at least three buildings in downtown Mobile.
The State Board of Electrical Contractors will now require an examination for provisional licensees to be issued an electrical contractor's license.
The day after the Alabama Public Library Service voted on a measure concerning inappropriate books in children and teen sections of libraries, board member John Wahl spoke in Fairhope about what he heard.
The Ozark Dale County library director said she responded immediately after finding out prescription pills were found in a free book bin in the library.
A Tallapoosa judge ordered the case of the 15-year-old charged in the Dadeville Sweet 16 shooting to be moved from Juvenile Court to adult court for criminal prosecution.
The man accused of hitting and killing a Mobile runner in September last year is scheduled for a court appearance Thursday.