|November 17, 2011||Daily Home: Fire at Talladega apartment complex injures resident|
|November 17, 2011||Gadsden Times: Some Republicans say changing immigration law won’t weaken it|
|November 10, 2011||Gadsden Times: Etowah County drug roundup results in 27 arrests; more pending|
|November 10, 2011||Birmingham News: Birmingham Water Works tries to assure customers it's not affect by Jefferson Co...|
|October 26, 2011||Birmingham News: Alabama General Fund this year will get $58.5 million less than expected from a ...|
|October 26, 2011||Daily Home: Sylacauga superintendent concerned over enrollment drop|
|October 21, 2011||Tuscaloosa News: Football teams in Aliceville, Akron cope with deaths|
|October 21, 2011||Gadsden Times: AEA seeking successors to retiring top executives|
|October 20, 2011||Daily Home: 15-year-old in custody for allegedly starting Walmart fires|
|October 20, 2011||Gadsden Times: Boaz student in ICU after attack at school|
Senate President Pro Tem Del Marsh, R-Anniston, on Wednesday said he would only consider legislative changes recommended by Attorney General Luther Strange.
"We think it's still too early to declare proration. I know that's the question," state Finance Director Marquita Davis said.
High school coaches stress it all the time: A football team is a family.
Players eat together, play together and pray together. They experience the joy of winning and the disappointment of defeat as one. They are brothers in arms, growing up playing a game they love, sharing a bond that endures.
Tonight, the Aliceville Yellow Jackets and Akron Rams will take the field while still mourning the loss of a brother, a teammate and a friend. Akron running back Kion Taylor and Aliceville linebacker Tremaine Jackson died over the weekend from injuries sustained in two separate car accidents. Taylor died on Oct. 14 and Jackson on Oct. 15. They were seniors set to graduate this spring.
The AEA board established a search committee to find candidates to replace powerful AEA Executive Secretary Paul Hubbert and Associate Executive Secretary Joe Reed. Both last month announced their retirements.
A Boaz High School student is in intensive care at Huntsville Hospital after she was assaulted Tuesday by another student at the school, according to Boaz Police Chief Terry Davis.
Officers were called to the high school to investigate the assault of the 16-year-old female student, who was struck in the head and face while in a restroom by at least one other 16-year-old girl, according to Davis.