The day was a shock, the worst of Gamez’s life, but it was not a surprise. Gordon had threatened it. Kahlia’s mother, Christina Gamez, had asked a judge to help prevent it. She had called the police for protection. Read the full story
The day was a shock, the worst of Gamez’s life, but it was not a surprise. Gordon had threatened it. Kahlia’s mother, Christina Gamez, had asked a judge to help prevent it. She had called the police for protection.
An Ohatchee woman was charged last week after, police said, she was found with bank account numbers, credit card numbers and other personal information from more than 20 people in April.
The rankings from U.S. News and World Report looked at math and reading scores on statewide tests, as well as graduation rates. But the biggest factor was college readiness – and, in particular, participation in Advanced Placement courses designed to give students a leg up on college content.
An Ohatchee man charged with killing three women in a 2016 car crash was ordered by a judge Wednesday to undergo a mental evaluation by a state psychiatrist or psychologist.
Weather forecasters are growing more confident that Alabama is at risk for tornadoes this weekend, and the latest models show the Anniston area at highest risk on the morning of Palm Sunday.
UPDATED 7 p.m. -- The tornado warning for Calhoun County has been cancelled, according to the National Weather Service. A watch remains in effect until midnight.
Commissioners voted 5-0 Thursday to approve preliminary engineering work on “intersection improvements” where Bynum-Leatherwood meets Old Gadsden Highway. County officials say it's one of the busiest intersections drivers will encounter outside city limits.
Decades ago, spotting a pelican in north Alabama was rare, according to experts, but now residents can spot many of the jowly birds spending their winters hanging out along various waterfronts.
Kenneth and Glenda Coppock had problems with water leaking into their underground storm shelter a few years ago, but they never thought water pressure would pry it out of the ground.
Police said a series of bogus threats around Calhoun County on Thursday led to the evacuation of at least one credit union branch and spurred searches that found no real danger. The hoax appears to have been part of a nationwide wave of similar threats received by email at healthcare facilities, banks, schools and other institutions.