Friday, August 1, 2014
Alabama Power Reducing Coal Use At 3 Plants
Alabama Power says it is cutting back on coal use at three generating plants because of federal environmental rules.
Two in Serious Condition After Plane Crash
Authorities say four people from middle Tennessee are hospitalized after a small airplane crashed in Alabama.
State Utility Regulators Supporting Coal Industry
Alabama's utility regulators are supporting coal and opposing federal efforts to limit fossil fuel emissions.
12-Day-Old Dies in Crash
Authorities say a newborn boy who was injured in a car crash in Monroe County over the weekend has died.
Troy Police Searching for Vending Machine Burglars
Troy Police need your help finding two men who burglarized a Troy business.
Rev. Al Sharpton to Visit Birmingham Next Week
Birmingham city officials say the Rev. Al Sharpton is planning a trip to Birmingham to help open a local chapter of the organization he heads.
Tuscaloosa OKs License Fee for Ticket Sellers
The city of Tuscaloosa is joining Auburn in clamping down on ticket scalpers.
All-Star Fans Enjoying Montgomery
It's North versus South at the Riverwalk Stadium as AHSAA All-Star baseball gets underway.
Missing Woman Found in Leesburg Lake
DeKalb County sheriff's officials say a body that was pulled from Weiss Lake in Leesburg has been identified as a 20-year-old woman who was recently reported missing.
President of Tuskegee University Meets with Alumni
President of Tuskegee University spent the day meeting with Alumni discussing his vision for the University.