If you are looking for a glimmer of hope for humanity, you have come to the right place. There is a story in Dekalb County that will surely inspire.
The Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office presented two life-saving awards Friday after a deputy and a student saved a girl’s life during a football game on Aug. 26.
Linebacker Casey Peppers had four of the team's nine sacks in a road win over Guilford College.
The Alabama State Department of Education’s Career Tech Education (CTE) and Workforce Development programs are growing and those in charge of the programs are hoping that growth will continue.
Samford's Chandler Smith, who came to the program as a walk-on, has developed into one of the team's most dependable receivers.
Faith. Family. Freedom. That’s how Blount County Sheriff Mark Moon lives his life. Here is his story.
George Odell is collecting teddy bears and is getting a large response from his community in Trussville.
On September 17, 1923, country music star Hiram “Hank” Williams was born in Butler County.
Michael W. Hosey was only 27 years old when his life was taken in Uruzgan Province, Afghanistan on Sept. 17, 2011. Here is his story.
Bryan Ellis always knew he wanted to go into the family business.
The words still live in UNA running back ShunDerrick Powell’s head and heart. He’s too small, he was told, to play college football.
Incoming UAB point guard Eric Gaines brings another high-powered piece to the Blazers' backcourt. The LSU transfer will pair well with the dynamic Jelly Walker, who might have more shooting range than any player in the country.
This is the story of Ali Elizabeth Turner — an ex-hippie chick, Vietnam War protester who now resides in Alabama. She is a fierce soldier supporter and spreads the word of God’s love to anyone who will listen to her.
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:
Kyle Harrell is content with his role on the UAB football team. It seems like such a simple sentence, at least until you consider his complex journey through college football.
Old friends Rich Rodriguez and Dean Hood gave each other the cold shoulder this week. Both of them understand why the other did not call. They will be on the opposite sidelines on Saturday.
Darrian Dalcourt's list of things to worry about on Saturday include handling a large and active Texas Longhorn defensive front, staying hydrated in the middle of a toasty day in Texas and being heard over the noise.
Trey Bedosky should have been nervous in the moments leading up to UAB’s season opener. The sophomore offensive lineman was not only preparing for his initial college football start but, at least for the first game, he was replacing NFL prospect Kadeem Telfort at left tackle. Those are some pretty big steps to fill.
Stetson Bennett is a Georgia Bulldog. Samford head coach Chris Hatcher thought at one point that Bennett just might be a different shade of Bulldog.
The offense is putting up video game numbers. Finding a seat on game night is impossible if it’s closer than 45 minutes to kickoff. The field at Bill Morris Stadium is not only sporting a beautiful new turf but you no longer have to run up a slope in the corner of one end zone. Football has become the thing to see at Moody High.
Labor Day marked the official end of summer for lake-goers in Alabama. Every year, Memorial Day opens up a season of fun in the sun, but Labor Day is the closing of memories that will last a lifetime for many.
When one is planning a quick getaway trip, visiting Florence, Alabama, doesn't tend to come to mind.
Jerry Ellis has done a ton of walking. Not just for his health, either, but so he could take a good long look at his fellow human beings, the history they’ve made — good and bad — and, eventually, to share his experiences for the edification of readers everywhere.
Reclaim. Rebuild. Restore. That’s what His Way, located in Huntsville, is all about. The Christian-based non-profit is using all of its resources to help men and, in some cases, women recover from addiction.