The bridge company contracted by the Alabama Department of Transportation to build a new bridge over the Intercoastal Waterway is still not at work, days after the Supreme Court of Alabama gave the green light for the work to continue.
The director of the Foley Public Library says he would not remove a book deemed inappropriate by some from the children's or young adults section because he is against censorship and constitutional rights.
The U.S. Marshals Service conducted an operation in Jefferson County to make an arrest in connection to a May 16 murder investigation.
More than two weeks after a widespread search for Carlee Russell, she has been charged after authorities said she faked her own kidnapping.
Daniel Anthony Crain, 46, is asking for more time to prepare for trial after being indicted on two counts of attempted rape first-degree and sexual abuse first-degree in connection to an incident last year.
The trial for Alabama Department of Transportation director John Cooper has been continued in Marshall County.
Hoover police revealed new information in case of Carlee Russell.
One woman's dream of building a floating abortion facility off the Gulf of Mexico is having trouble becoming a reality due to a lack of funding.
The Claremont Institute recently published a new study outlining diversity, equity and inclusion policy and programs at the University of Alabama and Auburn University.
“Saying this is taxation without representation and this is the way for them to be included is a distortion of what they’re really trying to do."