Friday, October 31, 2014
Alabama's Black Belt focus of $49 million project
Alabama Health Officials Monitors 3 from Ebola Areas
Alabama's health officer says his staff has monitored three people who traveled to Alabama from west African countries with Ebola outbreaks, and there have been no problems.
Jury Finds Rep. Barry Moore Not Guilty of Perjury
Jurors have found Republican Rep. Barry Moore of Enterprise not guilty of charges of perjury and giving false information.
Jurors Return for Deliberations Today in The Perjury trial of Barry Moore
Jurors will return for a second day of deliberations in the perjury trial of republican representative Barry Moore.
Alabama State Bar swears in new attorneys
Alabama is gaining hundreds of new attorneys.
Securities Commission Warns Against Ebola Scams
The Alabama Securities Commission is warning people to be on guard against investment schemes related to Ebola.
2 Alabama Bands Selected for Georgia Dome Battle
Two Alabama bands have been selected for 13th annual Honda Battle of the Bands at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.
Permanent Daylight Saving Time Bill To keep Daylight Savings Time Year Round
If state Sen. Rusty Glover has his way, Sunday will be the last time Alabama residents turn back the clock one hour to standard time.
Student Athlete Charged in Stabbing at Field House
A 16-year-old Athens High School football player faces charges of assault with a deadly weapon after police say an 18-year-old teammate was hurt in a knife attack in the team locker room.
163 arrests made in Mobile County crackdown
Alabama law enforcement officials say a multi-agency operation has resulted in 163 arrests and the confiscation of 83 illegally owned guns.