Over $7 million from the new $1.7 trillion federal spending package is going to four projects in Jefferson County.
At the beginning of the new year, eligible Alabamians can carry firearms without having to procure a license.
At 27, State Rep. Brock Colvin (R-Albertville) will become the youngest member of the Alabama Legislature.
Thursday afternoon marks the application deadline for anyone hoping to get in on the medical cannabis business in Alabama.
With all of the goodies you received this Christmas, comes a lot of trash. There are wrapping paper scraps, gift bags and boxes. But disposing of those items could be an invite for thieves, police say.
A social media post is going viral after nurses were seen walking to work Monday after hazardous road conditions left them stranded.
Over the Christmas weekend, many Alabama buildings experienced plumbing issues following below-freezing temperatures that reached single digits. Among them was the home of the state legislature: the Alabama State House.
Officers say these groups have turf wars - basically, certain groups can’t enter the space occupied by other groups.
Another corrections officer at Limestone Correctional Facility has been charged with using his position for personal gain and promoting prison contraband for allegedly smuggling items, including hamburgers, into prison.
Following days of subzero temperatures, an afternoon wintery mix of snow and ice on Monday caused several north Alabama counties to shut down their roads due to treacherous traveling conditions.
Running a water faucet at a slow drip has been a common way home and business owners have avoided frozen pipes, but it’s now — along with major leaks and other issues — led to a dangerous decrease in water supplies across the state.
The Autauga County Sheriff's Office announced on Monday the sudden death of Sheriff Joe Sedinger.
The Moody Fire Department is monitoring a large landfill fire that is causing smoke to fill the air for miles.
Some people in east Alabama are quickly running out of water, causing panic as utility companies work to respond.
As Christmas vacationers depart Alabama airports, they could be faced with flight delays and cancelations due to the severe winter storm that carried extremely low temperatures and icy conditions to many areas of the United States this weekend.
The start of 2023 is coming this weekend, and if you’re not gathering with friends and family to count down the New Year at home, there are plenty of events throughout the state to attend. Here’s a list of 10 ways to spend New Year’s Eve in Alabama:
The Department of Homeland Security seized enough fentanyl off of Birmingham streets in 2022 to kill the entire state population of Alabama. Think about that for a minute.
Selma Mayor James Perkins declared a local state of emergency late Sunday, warning of the possibility the city could run out of water.
Recently at a Veterans Day ceremony held at W.S. Neal Middle School in East Brewton, a group of sixth graders took to the stage and entertained the crowd with a perfect rendition of “America the Beautiful.”
This Christmas, children who have survived sex trafficking can have more hope thanks to a non-profit in Shelby County.
KwikLetter is an app that allows citizens to deliver printed letters to their public representatives right from their phones.
Montgomery made a Forbes list as the 8th best metropolitan city to buy a home, amongst other cities that have experienced population decline in recent years.
It was during a study group in the late 1960s that a newlywed couple had an experience that would change both of their lives and the future of Alabama. Albert Lee and Eunie Smith had only been married a year and for the most part, was an average, young couple, going about their days enjoying life and each other.
The Alabama Supreme Court affirmed the dismissal of a lawsuit filed by Gulf Shores City Schools (GSCS) asking for a share of a one-cent sales tax that goes to schools in Baldwin County.
Less than a week after NPR claimed to discover financial connections between a consulting firm representing two Southern power companies and several statewide media outlets, a further report claims there are ties between the same firm and a reporter with ABC News.
Governor Kay Ivey spent the earlier part of the week visiting two Alabama Prisons to demonstrate her appreciation and support for correctional officers and support staff.
Some inmates in Limestone Correctional Facility are reportedly enduring the Christmas season without heat or additional blankets.