AIDS Alabama has teamed up with local restaurants to spread awareness of HIV/AIDS during the 8th annual Dining Out For Life event today.
This week, please help us find Bailey, Angus, Miss Carter, and Hunter loving homes!
A Tuscaloosa teenager was just crowned champion of a national cooking show this week
A group of high school students from Tuscaloosa wants to protect animals from dying in hot cars with the help of a new bill.
The Cordova Police Department has launched The Mercy Project, to help people that are addicted to drugs get treatment instead of jail time.
A convicted child molester is back behind bars Wednesday, nearly 20 years after he was convicted and spent several months in jail for sexual…
Former Chief Justice Roy Moore issued his resignation on Wednesday, and Ivey appointed Stuart upon notification of Moore’s decision.
Rankins is being charged with production of obscene materials involving someone under 17 years of age, and first-degree marijuana possession…
Suspended Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore is preparing to announce his plans for the future.
Lawmakers in Montgomery held a public hearing Wednesday to get feedback on a bill that would eliminate the need for concealed carry permits …
Mayor William Bell and neighborhood leaders in Pratt City will break ground on the new One Pratt Park tomorrow at 8 a.m
Volunteers from Vestavia and Hoover are coming together this week to prepare food for people in need.
The House approved a bill that would allow restaurants to start serving alcohol as early as 10:30 a.m. on Sundays.
The Tuscaloosa County Commission has approved funding for up to $75 thousand dollars to help the Tuscaloosa Metro Animal Shelter move into a…
Dr. Cynthia Warrick will serve as the new president of Stillman College.