Hurricane Ian is expected to impact East Alabama, per the latest updates.
Police said a Birmingham Police Department (BPD) officer shot an armed man on Saturday while responding to a call on the city's west side.
Alabama is home to 565 public high schools, each ranging from under 400 students to almost 3,000.
Opelika native, former real estate agent and Dothan elementary Spanish teacher Anessa Sewell Kent is about to release her debut novel, “The Bitter and the Sweet,” a Character-driven historical fiction drama set in 20th-century Alabama.
An Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) correctional officer was placed on leave after what reports say was potentially a fight with an inmate.
America was founded on Christian principals, but the number of people practicing Christianity may soon fall into the minority if current trends continue.
State Rep. Danny Garrett said Thursday that he is “unsure” of what the state should do in response to the loss of gas tax revenue that would likely come with a transition to electric vehicles (EV).
Blount County is switching ambulance contracts after experiencing issues getting ambulances to arrive on time to emergencies.
A city attorney in Tuscaloosa recently told businesses to get a grip on the overcrowding issues brought about by Crimson Tide football season or the police would begin making arrests.
The Birmingham Water Works currently serves over 600,000 Alabamians in Birmingham and five surrounding counties. It’s the largest water system in Alabama and has largely been the center of controversy in the city over the summer.
A Limestone County judge declared a mistrial on Monday in the case of Mason Wayne Sisk, who is accused of killing five of his family members in 2019.
The University of Alabama Birmingham (UAB) received a total of $10 million on Monday to reduce crime and drive economic growth in Birmingham.
On September 17, 1923, country music star Hiram “Hank” Williams was born in Butler County.
Birmingham Water Works Board chairman Chris Rice might not be allowed to rescind his resignation, according to a letter from a city attorney on Thursday.
Aerial drones have become a popular tool for police departments across the country over the past five years.
The City of Birmingham was set to launch its new Xpress bus line during the World Games in July but didn’t have it ready in time. It will now be launching next week.
Birmingham Water Works Board (BWWB) chairman Chris Rice withdrew his resignation Wednesday, less than a week after filing it with the utility company, according to reports.
Southern Poverty Law Center’s Action Fund announced the creation of two political action committees (PACs) to prop up progressive candidates in the South.
U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks took to Twitter on Tuesday to speak out against Republican Senate nominee Katie Britt and former White House advisor Steve Bannon for what Brooks said were past attacks against him for voting to support Ukraine with federal dollars.
The University of Alabama (UA) reported a record-breaking freshman class on Monday, totaling 8,037 students, only 37% of whom are from Alabama.
Government workers make up approximately 17% of the workers in Alabama, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
Auburn University was ranked the highest among universities in Alabama this year by U.S. News.
BlackRock responded to the attorney generals of some conservative states on Wednesday, defending its stance on ESG investing.
Opelika native, Auburn Tiger fan and lifelong stutterer Jody Fuller has not only written multiple books and served four tours in the military, but he makes people laugh too.
Fall in Alabama means Saturday tailgating, bonfires and good times with friends and family. Take it upon yourself to (responsibly) crack open a cold one made right here in our own state. For your convenience, here are eight of the best beers brewed in Alabama:
The Jefferson County Commission will be forking up $4 million to the World Games 2022 to help address the organization’s $14 million debt.