A Heflin couple killed in a highway accident Wednesday afternoon will leave behind a huge void in the charitable goodness of Cleburne County, according to their friends.
A judge sentenced a Selma man to three years in prison, followed by probation, after he pleaded guilty to his role in a 2019 car wreck that left a woman dead.
A Heflin couple died Wednesday afternoon after their car collided with a tractor on U.S. 78. in Anniston, just east of National Drive.
An Alabama statute requiring chemical castration for certain convicted child sex offenders has not been used after being passed two years ago.
State Finance Director Kelly Butler is retiring Aug. 1 due to medical complications that might be associated with ALS, commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, Gov. Kay Ivey said.
Radiation Oncology Acceleration Research, a Birmingham-based nonprofit that raises money for cancer research at UAB Hospital, selected JSU Board of Trustees chair Randy Jones as the honoree for its 10th annual James Bond Gala.
Piedmont police chief Freddie Norton retired Tuesday, he said, after several department employees reportedly complained about him to the city.
Some 18,000 former students of shuttered for-profit education chain ITT Technical Institute will have their student loans forgiven, the U.S. Department of Education announced.
Stan Cooke, pastor of the Kimberly Church of God, announced he is running for the Republican nomination for state auditor next year.
An endorsement of Mo Brooks in the 2022 U.S. Senate race by a powerful conservative group led to sparks Monday, with an opponent labeling Brooks as part of the political establishment first elected to the Alabama House in 1982.
Gov. Kay Ivey and some legislative leaders met Wednesday to discuss possible next steps after the governor’s proposal to lease three new men’s prisons stalled earlier this month.
The Alabama State Board of Education on Thursday discussed proposed resolutions against “critical race theory” instruction and at least one state lawmaker wants to see a prohibition made into law.
The Anniston Museum of Natural History announced a new exhibit Thursday night that will introduce kids to the physical sciences through hands-on learning.
The possibility of a new State House has been discussed for more than a decade and is a political hot potato for lawmakers under any circumstances.
Circuit Judge Debra Jones made her first public appearance as an Alabama Supreme Court candidate Wednesday morning on the steps of the Calhoun County Courthouse.
Former Business Council of Alabama President Katie Boyd Britt filed paperwork last week to run for U.S. Senate, setting up a three-way battle for the Republican nomination for outgoing U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby's seat.
The number of drugged drivers on Alabama roadways has steadily increased on Alabama roadways in recent years and in 2019, more impaired drivers were found to have marijuana in their systems than alcohol.
A state senator says he is considering legislation to prevent government agencies from spending state money to promote ballot referendums and proposed constitutional amendments.
Tournament play began at 2 p.m. Friday, but the event remains open to the public for spectating and playing on Saturday, even without pre-registration.
The Shoal Creek Church, built in 1895, got a much-needed facelift last year, which included a new floor, new floor joists and additional bracing to shore up its sagging roof.