A new development involving the State of Alabama’s tale of two budgets.
Congressman Bradley Byrne’s red snapper bill cleared a major hurdle in congress Monday.
There’s no way to hurricane-proof an entire community, but the city of Gulf Shores is “hurricane ready.”
Twenty-plus miles off the coast of Orange Beach and it looks like we are the only ones out here but looks can be deceiving.
Huntsville police say an officer was injured when a man threw hot coals in his face.
Tuscaloosa police say they arrested eight men on charges of soliciting prostitution in an undercover operation.
There are probably a lot of perks that come with being the daughter of Nick Saban, as you’re basically royalty in the state of Alabama. An…
Hastie is accused of misusing her office by hiding payments made to a firm working on her plan to merge the license and revenue commission o…
The state agrees to changes at Tutwiler Prison for Women.
Korens Inc. is looking to create 200 jobs in Alexander City by the end of 2019.
Time is about to run out for a lottery and casino bill in the Alabama Legislature. The gambling bill will be dead for the session unless it …
State senators are beginning work on the General Fund budget, looking for ways to fill a budget shortfall with time running short in the ses…
The total number of Alligator Possession Tags will increase this year from 240 to 260.
The Coast Guard is responding to a report of a platform fire near Breton Island
A minister who tried to perform a gay wedding in an Alabama courthouse has pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct.
Deep-water drilling is set to resume near the site of the catastrophic BP PLC well blowout that killed 11 workers and caused the nation’s la…
A major distribution center for FedEx Ground will be built in the south end of Mobile County, and is projected to bring over 100 full-time j…
Gambling foes and proponents squared off over whether a lottery and casinos would bring jobs and revenue, or corruption and vice.
Police say an alligator crossing Interstate 10 caused a fatal two-vehicle crash.
In a stroke of luck, no major hurricanes rated Category 3 or higher have struck U.S. soil during the past nine years