Three men were shot early Saturday morning outside Brother’s Bar in Jacksonville, according to police, and were being treated in a hospital. Read the full story
Each office will be open from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. starting this Saturday, in addition to the Birmingham, Opelika, Mobile and Huntsville offices, which already have weekend hours. Read the full story
Court documents made public Wednesday identified a man charged Tuesday after, authorities said, they found him with methamphetamine and various weapons. Read the full story
Each office will be open from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. starting this Saturday, in addition to the Birmingham, Opelika, Mobile and Huntsville offices, which already have weekend hours.
The Jacksonville Public Library and several home and business owners plan a Holiday Tour of Historic Homes set for Saturday in Jacksonville.
The results of an audit that found Jacksonville State University varied from law in tornado reconstruction will be reviewed for any further criminal or civil action, auditors say.
Jacksonville State University may not have followed state law, according to auditors, when it awarded a no-bid construction contract to a company that had been clearing the campus of debris from a March 2018 tornado. The finding is one of four specific instances in which JSU may have been out of compliance with state law, according to the auditors.
Jacksonville State University, in a response filed in federal court Tuesday, denies claims in a Georgia woman’s lawsuit that the university did not investigate a transferring basketball player who she said raped her on campus in 2017.
A judge on Wednesday denied the youthful offender application of a woman charged earlier this year with capital murder in her infant daughter’s death.
The inaugural festival, organized as a joint effort by the city of Jacksonville and Jacksonville State University, was held on a drizzly Thursday evening in the parking lot of the school’s Pete Mathews Coliseum.
Tony Putman, 34, of Wellington, testified at a hearing Thursday after the defense attorney for his brother, Timothy Putman, asked for the identities of witnesses to planning to testify against her client.
A children’s gift room is part of Jacksonville’s fourth annual Christmas Village at the city’s community center Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., a gift-shopping, holiday event organized by the Jacksonville Arts Council.
The Foothills Fall Festival, a new joint venture between Jacksonville State University and its surrounding city, is set for Thursday from 3-8 p.m.
Two former special agents of the Drug Enforcement Administration spoke at JSU Monday, recounting what they said was the true story behind the hunt for and eventual killing of Colombian drug kingpin Pablo Escobar.
Authorities issued more arrest warrants Friday against a Jacksonville man charged the day before after a series of YouTube videos launched a criminal investigation into him and an Alexandria teacher.
The Jacksonville City Council approved the rezoning of property at a brief meeting Tuesday night. After holding a public hearing on the rezoning at the Oct. 28 meeting, the council Tuesday approved the rezone of the Roost apartments from residential districts into a general business district.
A Calhoun County man is suing the makers of the antidepressant Lexapro, claiming the drug played a role in a 2015 murder-suicide in Jacksonville — and local courts may soon make a decision on removing at least one drugmaker from the case.
Trent Moody spent part of his Friday afternoon in the Theron Montgomery Building food court at Jacksonville State University, putting his $1,705 meal plan to use.
After about 10 minutes of business meeting, the board entered into a closed-door executive session for a little more than an hour, with a stated reason of discussing the good name and character of an individual.