After a year of billing issues and public outrage, the Birmingham Water Works will resume cutting off water to delinquent customers in February, the utility announced on Wednesday.
On an autumn day in 1970, former Crimson Tide football player and World War II veteran Charley Boswell miraculously scored a hole-in-one on the 17th course of the Vestavia Country Club. It just so happens that Boswell was blind.
The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued several warnings, watches and advisories across the state of Alabama ahead of an arctic blast that is expected to bring along a hard freeze and strong winds Thursday evening.
The story of the prison break and consecutive nationwide manhunt for convicted murderer Casey White now has its first cinematic rendition less than a year after the incident.
A homeless man sleeping inside a dumpster got a rude awakening Monday when a garbage collection truck came around.
Blount County Circuit Judge Steven D. King has been suspended from the bench over allegations he violated the canons of judicial ethics.
Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed lashed out at city council members Tuesday night claiming their proposal to split federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding was an attempt to "strip" and "gut" his authority and was possibly racially motivated.
Property owners in Daphne will soon be paying more taxes after voters approved a special school tax last August.
In a press conference on Wednesday morning, Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin addressed the latest life lost in the city, which has seen near record-breaking levels of violent crime this year.
House Speaker-designate Nathaniel Ledbetter (R-Rainsville) has announced his final round of committee leadership appointments.
Unlike neighboring cities, the Madison City Council voted down an ordinance on Monday that would have allowed medical cannabis dispensaries to operate within its city limits.
Almost $6 million from the U.S. Department of Justice will go to several public and private organizations in Alabama to provide services for victims of violent crime.
A former Jefferson County constable has been accused of evading taxes and using his position to pay family members.
State Superintendent Eric Mackey issued a recommendation last week that schools fall in line with Gov. Kay Ivey’s mandate to ban TikTok from state devices and block access on campus.
The Robertsdale Police Department announced the arrest of a teacher following a lengthy investigation into possible sexual contact between the suspect and a student.
The Alabama Republican Party (ALGOP) has started a GoFundMe to help ease the financial burden on the families of the now-released Alabama men captured by Russian forces in June.
Meta, formerly known as Facebook, announced the expansion of a data center in Huntsville earlier this year. Now, after construction has already started, the company is changing plans.
Lawmakers and politicians in Alabama are continually pushing school choice as a legislative priority in the 2023 legislative session.
U.S. Rep Barry Moore is blasting the House January 6 select committee's suggestion to criminally prosecute former President Donald Trump and refer several GOP congressmen for sanctions.
After being arrested on their wedding night, a couple spent their first night of marriage in the Henry County Jail.
Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin has declared “Woodfins 14 Days of Christmas,” which evidently consists of parodying Christmas classics in a perplexingly cringy fashion.
An investigation conducted by several reporters with NPR claims to have discovered financial connections between a consulting firm representing Alabama Power and several statewide media outlets, including Alabama Political Reporter and Yellowhammer.
Giving Birmingham-Southern College (BSC) millions in taxpayer dollars would be a “very slippery slope that we would have difficulty retreating from,” according to Jefferson County Commission President Jimmie Stephens.
Alabama’s largest metro area, Birmingham, was officially incorporated by the Alabama Legislature on this day in 1871.
The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) issued an Emergency Missing Child Alert Monday for Joslyn Marie Campbell out of Springville.
The Birmingham Water Works is spending almost $73 million next year on infrastructure projects, including a $2 million improvement to the Lake Purdy Dam.
With a nearly $40 million annual budget, the Baldwin County Sheriff's Office won't miss the approximately $500,000 generated from concealed carry permits when the state rings in permitless carry along with the new year.