Montgomery's Faulkner University won’t be raising tuition for students enrolling in fall 2023.
A Lee County judge revoked the bond for the teen sentenced in connection to the 2019 deadly crash that claimed the lives of Rod Bramblett, the voice of the Auburn Tigers, and his wife Paula.
Crossville City Schools as well as the surrounding communities have already experienced more than their fair share of grief in the new year after two teens were killed in separate car accidents.
Despite large state budget surpluses, legislators should “think long and hard” about cutting taxes in 2023, according to Dr. David Bronner, Retirement Systems of Alabama’s CEO.
The Birmingham Police Department is looking for new ways to combat the reckless driving that continues to plague the city.
U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) has announced she will not be endorsing a presidential candidate in the 2024 primary.
On Thursday, members of Alabama’s Contract Review Committee approved two public relations contracts for Lieutenant Governor Will Ainsworth and State Senate Pro-Tem Greg Reed (R-Jasper).
The city of Loxley invested in a new software program that leaders believe will help with response times and investigations.
Alabama Power has selected a new president and CEO amid continued national scrutiny of the company’s business practices.
State lawmakers are criticizing the Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) for its decision to change reporting criteria on inmate deaths.
Birmingham-Southern College officials are asking alumni to lobby state and local elected officials for a $37.5 million government bailout.
Alabama State Auditor-elect Andrew Sorrell is set to make Montgomery his permanent home while he prepares to take his new position.
Alabama ranked 20th for growth in 2022 in the annual U-Haul Growth Index that tracks the preferred destinations of one-way truck customers.
Multi-billionaire business mogul and engineer Elon Musk took to Twitter on Tuesday to say good riddance to Alabama’s former U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby (R-Tuscaloosa), who officially retired this week.
The St. Clair County Commission declared a state of emergency Tuesday regarding an underground landfill fire that was first reported in late November.
The Alabama Department of Corrections is revising its reporting measures, removing the current monthly reports on inmate deaths and switching to quarterly reports, which are already six months behind.
Professional stand-up comedians Dave Chappelle and Chris Rock, despite finding themselves on the receiving end of cancel culture, are at the top of their game. Now, the two have announced they will be coming to Alabama later this month.
For those who have spent time in or near Alabama’s state house, it's not hard to find someone talking about the need for a new building.
Law enforcement officials are searching for answers on the heels of the fatal shooting in downtown Mobile on New Year's Eve that resulted in one dead and nine injured.
As police continued investigating a shooting that claimed one life and injured nine just before the Moon Pie Drop in downtown Mobile, more shootings have been reported throughout the city.
The Alabama Securities Commission (ASC) announced last week it suspended the money transmission license previously granted to West Realm Shires Services Inc., also known as FTX US, for its failure to meet the licensing requirements set forth in Alabama's Monetary Transmission Act.
A rash of catalytic converter thefts that has been plaguing states across the U.S. has reportedly made its way to Alabama.
At the convening of the 118th United States Congress in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, two of Alabama’s freshman lawmakers will take their oath of office.
The entire state of Alabama is at risk for severe storms Tuesday into early Wednesday. Strong tornadoes, damaging winds and large hail are possible.
The year 2022 was one of Birmingham's most violent years in modern history. The city closed off the year with 144 homicides, many of which were a result of shootings. Now, the University of Alabama Birmingham (UAB) is teaching the public how to help save someone who's been shot.
Alabama politicians took money from the largest and most prolific vaccine manufacturer through the COVID-19 pandemic.