A judge on Wednesday heard arguments on several motions filed concerning the resentencing of a man convicted in 1999 of a capital murder committed the previous year. Read the full story
The City Council unanimously adopted a new, 13-page ordinance outlining the rules for anything from animal attacks to animal cruelty cases, rabies quarantine and management, the appointment of animal control officers and penalties for violations of the ordinance. Read the full story
The City Council unanimously adopted a new, 13-page ordinance outlining the rules for anything from animal attacks to animal cruelty cases, rabies quarantine and management, the appointment of animal control officers and penalties for violations of the ordinance.
After 40 years of work with the agency, Coosa Valley Youth Services executive director Mike Rollins is retiring with his successor already chosen.
The Oxford City Council voted Tuesday night to have Oxford attorney Ron Allen ask Attorney General Steve Marshall’s office whether any state law might restrict the city from imposing an excise tax for retail businesses based on the percentage of alcohol sold for off-premise consumption.
Hundreds of people dressed in purple walked a mile and back Sunday afternoon along the Chief Ladiga Trail in Jacksonville to shed light on Alzheimer’s disease, one of the nation’s leading causes of death, and to raise money for a cure.
Hot-car deaths began to rise in the 1990s, when auto safety experts realized that riding in the front seat was dangerous for small passengers. When car seats moved to the back, and then in many cases became rear-facing, children were out of sight and sometimes out of mind.
These arguments about Anniston City Schools aren’t new. But they’ve blossomed this fall because a shadowy nonprofit — Forward 4 All — is pursuing a radical deannexation of east Anniston, Golden Springs and McClellan, and Alabama Sen. Del Marsh, R-Anniston, is listening to the overtures.
The days of temperatures in northeastern Alabama burning past record highs may soon come to a close, according to forecasts from the National Weather Service.
Work was underway Thursday to repair a damaged portion of a train trestle bridge over Alabama 204 near the Angel community west of Jacksonville.
A Calhoun County judge ruled Wednesday that two men charged in a 2014 shooting should not be granted immunity based on self-defense grounds before trial.
The parking lot was already full of people 20 minutes before the event officially began at 6 p.m., with kids getting plastic fire and police caps and stopping at vendors to get cotton candy and free pizza from the police department.
Jacksonville State University President John Beehler began his 90-day leave from JSU on Tuesday, and a three-person “management team” was set to take over leadership of the university.