An Athens man previously charged with leaving the scene of an automobile accident is now being charged with manslaughter, police said.
Floyd Rodgers Jr. once spent his time pushing cocaine in Detroit. Now, he is a minister at a church in his home town of Fayette.
The Mobile Area Water and Sewer System (MAWSS) is advising the public that they have found perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances, also known as PFAS, in drinking water above advisory levels set by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
July is Parks and Recreation Month, and Parks and Recreation departments around the state plan to use the month to celebrate their parks and the employees that run them.
The Houston County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) is looking for a man they say is wanted for questioning in reference to a shooing in Webb Thursday morning.
The Madison County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) arrested two individuals Tuesday who barricaded themselves in a mobile home in the New Hope area.
Funeral arrangements have been decided for Bibb County K9 deputy Brad Johnson, who passed away at UAB Hospital on June 30 after he was critically wounded during a shootout.
The Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) is restricting hazardous material cargo shipments on I-59/20 through Downtown Birmingham during the World Games 2022.
Renowned radio show host Phil Williams is expanding Rightside Radio to the Birmingham area later this month.
A year ago today, I was in the hospital. On Independence Day, I found out I had appendicitis - a severe case. I would have to get an appendectomy in the morning. Appendectomies are routine procedures, but I’ll admit I was nervous. I’d never had surgery before.
The Madison County Water Department will cut off water temporarily on Wednesday in order to make system improvements.
“Writing is sometimes like running through the mall naked,” said bestselling author Don Keith. “You literally have to expose your innermost feelings at times to get that message across.”
Corey Weston lost his leg on March 14 in a tragic accident while setting fence posts on his land in St. Clair County. On June 28, he finally got to thank the deputy who applied the tourniquet and helped get him airlifted to the hospital.
Cooking with Culture, co-founded and led by Chef Benard Tamburello and Giuliana Russo-Skinner, is an Italian cooking class where students learn to prepare authentic Italian meals. Students also learn the history of each dish.
The Fourth of July is a time to commemorate the ratification of the Declaration of Independence by the Second Continental Congress in 1776 and the sacrifices of those who fought for American Independence. Over the years, Independence Day has developed a strong tradition of summer celebrations from barbeques to apple pie to fireworks.
The Mobile Police Department (MPD) has launched a new program in response to the epidemic of violence that has scourged the city.
A new online accelerated degree program for Auburn University’s College of Human Sciences will begin this fall and is intended to produce teachers for Alabama’s First Class Pre-K program.
Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin came to the Medical Forum Building at the BJCC on Tuesday to address safety during the upcoming World Games 2022.
Greater amberjack recreation fishing season will reopen later this year in the Gulf of Mexico. This year, fishermen will have an opportunity to win $250 if they catch one of these saltwater fish.
Activists congregated outside the Regions Center in Birmingham on Monday morning to protest the new $725 million bond sale, which will help finance the state of Alabama’s two new mega prisons.
The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office (JCSO) is looking for an inmate who escaped Wednesday after stealing an ambulance. They are also investigating the deputy who was with him at the time.
Federal health officials on Thursday ordered Juul to pull its electronic cigarettes from the U.S. market, the latest blow to the embattled company widely blamed for sparking a national surge in teen vaping.
Every year, Gatorade awards the best male and female soccer players in each state. This year, both of Alabama’s awards went to students at Mountain Brook High School.
Today is the 85th anniversary of Chambers County native Joe Louis’s victory over James Braddock, which won him the heavyweight boxing title in 1937.