In December 1941, the people of Alabama, and indeed of most of the then-48 states, did not know where Pearl Harbor was. They learned very quickly and have never forgotten.
There was CJ Shaw and his father, Chris Shaw, in the miracle photo. The two Alabama fans had a bird’s eye view of the winning play.
A problem arose due to the small debate hall. Students will not be allowed to attend. An on-campus presidential debate, but the students have no seats.
Since 1946, these words from “Yea, Alabama,” the fight song of the Alabama Crimson Tide, seemed archaic and had little meaning.
An overflow crowd of Alabama readers came out on December 3 to hear Brian Kilmeade of Fox News introduce his newest book, Teddy and Booker T.: How Two American Icons Blazed a Path for Racial Equality.
A major annual meteor shower, the Geminids, will be visible in Alabama starting December 4 and will continue through December 17.
The segment "Breakfast With Friends" will air live from 5 to 8 a.m. Thursday, December 7, which happens to be Pearl Harbor Day.
Alabama folks are sharing a Christmas gift to others throughout the month of December. They are spreading this message through Facebook, other social media and email.
It is a red-letter date in America’s founding. The Boston Tea Party will celebrate its 250th anniversary on December 16.
Ramaswamy is showing up in Alabama a day early. The 38-year-old has agreed to highlight a fundraiser for the Alabama Republican Party.
A talk and demonstrative presentation by Yvonne Wells will be on Thursday, November 30 at 6:30 p.m. at the Mobile Museum of Art. It will be interactive, displaying her work memorializing the Negro Baseball League.
The Alabama Federation of Republican Women will meet in their biennial convention this Thursday and Friday in Huntsville, and excitement is in the air.
The band that helped popularize gothic rock will be recreated in tribute on December 1 and 2 at the OWA Theater in Foley.
In the mid-1960s, hundreds of teenagers in central and north Alabama traveled weekly to Oporto Armory in east Birmingham for “Medallion Mondays.” On December 1, those teens, now mostly in their 70s, will recreate that scene.
The movie "Big Fish" was filmed in Alabama using locals as secondary actors and extras. Now, the theatre version will be directed by an Alabama product, Leigh K. Rawls from Montgomery.
On November 30, it will be the 69th anniversary of the unique experience of Sylacauga’s Ann Hodges getting struck by a meteor.
This weekend, people in Alabama will be able to see three straight nights of full moons.
The Republican presidential debate on December 6 at the University of Alabama will face distractions and competition for attention.
Two at Andy Griffith's Thanksgiving table are from the state of Alabama. Let’s see how many of you Alabama folk can answer all of these questions:
Historical events from 163 years ago in Alabama were featured on Sunday's CBS's "60 Minutes."
Alabama stargazers should be able to see the Leonid meteor showers this year—God’s own fireworks.
Almost 10 months after former President Jimmy Carter, 99, went into at-home hospice care, his wife Rosalynn, 96, joined him.
It could be a homecoming of sorts for former Limestone County Sheriff Mike Blakely.
When Republican voters go to the polls in Alabama’s March 5 primary, they may be surprised to find nine candidates running for president. They may also be surprised that they are not familiar with some of the names.
On the November 10 deadline for qualifying to run for president in Alabama’s March 5 Republican primary, one of the nine who qualified was U.S. Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C). Two days later, he announced he was “suspending” his campaign.