A movie filmed in Birmingham earlier this year is set to appear in theaters beginning on Friday.
Despite some shakeup among the top six teams, the University of Alabama football team remained stuck at No. 8 in this week's Associated Press top 25 college football poll.
On November 30, it will be the 69th anniversary of the unique experience of Sylacauga’s Ann Hodges getting struck by a meteor.
We need strong leaders in our communities that will advance the values and traditions for which we are fighting. What better way than to start cultivating those strong leaders both in and around our homes?
It came down to the wire, but Auburn fell just short against Alabama. What are the biggest things learned from this year's Iron Bowl?
An upcoming drag show in Albertville is causing a stir among the local community with some residents supporting the event while others hope to prevent it from happening.
This weekend, people in Alabama will be able to see three straight nights of full moons.
History class isn’t for everyone. Learning about things that happened thousands of years ago can be quite daunting for those who are more concerned about being present and enjoying life as it is. However, one east Alabama teacher is making learning great again and is going deep with her students … literally.
Governor Kay Ivey made a public announcement on the eve of the Iron Bowl, previewing the game and announcing her unwavering support for her alma mater.
Parents across Alabama are demanding that libraries change their policies to ensure books with sexualized content are unavailable to young children. This should not be difficult, but everyone from town mayors to library directors to city councils are pointing the finger and passing the buck.
No. 17 Alabama (4-1) dropped its first game of the season Friday night, losing 92-81 to Ohio State in the Crimson Tide's first game of the Emerald Coast Classic.
Last month, Birmingham City Councilman Clinton Woods told the media that he planned to bring an investigation into the election of the council president before the council in the coming weeks.
Gambling in Alabama is already unconstitutional and laws against it should be enforced.
On Wednesday, U.S. House District 2 candidate State House Minority Leader Anthony Daniels (D-Huntsville) released his first media advertisement entitled “Seeds.”
A recent poll asked Americans about their favorite leftover dish after Thanksgiving. Among Alabamians, the most popular dish was stuffing.