Crews have all of their trucks loaded and prepared in anticipation of inclement weather.
Many who signed up to look for jobs are unemployed steel workers and miners.
The Cullman County Emergency Management Agency says they are prepared for whatever winter weather comes their way.
Childcare resource representative Joan Wright said since Thursday’s shutdown of La Petite Academy, they’ve received a number of calls from p…
According to the complaint, Christopher Holloway is suing Johnny Ray’s for serving a product “unfit for human consumption”.
Crews across Central and North Alabama are preparing to hit the road if any snow falls on Friday.
Several miniature horses rescued from an Indiana home are doing well.
A man convicted of the 1992 rape and beating death of a woman is scheduled to receive a lethal injection Thursday in what would be Alabama’s…
Two 17-year-old suspects are in custody after allegedly breaking into a home near Pinson.
Alabaster city leaders are taking steps to reduce the amount of traffic congestion caused by trains blocking intersections.
Ahead of his execution, scheduled for January 21 at 6 p.m. Christopher Brooks has petitioned for a stay of execution.
The two-day convention began Tuesday night, the same day Attorney General Ken Paxton offered his opinion that daily fantasy sports fit the e…
A Jefferson County man has been jailed after he stole a school bus from Pinson Elementary School and left it partially in a ditch.
A Connecticut high school student has been pulled out of classes and reported to police for substituting “ISIS” for the “United States of Am…
Wednesday night Cullman Police received a report of a person exhibiting suspicious behavior at the Chevron on Highway 278 West and I65.