Pastors from across the state and the country were in Montgomery today protesting same sex marriage. They say Alabamians don't want to be forced to allow the practice in our state.
If you're out and about this weekend, you may hear some familiar sounds of the season. The Salvation Army Red Kettle campaign is underway. Bell ringers are out now, collecting donations to help families in need right here in our area.
A state health official is clearing up any misconceptions about ebola and other viruses.
As investigators continue to learn more about that shooting on F-S-U's campus, many other schools are taking a closer look at how they would handle a similar situation. Faulkner University is one of those schools, a university that had a gunman on its campus a year ago.
The Salvation Army is kicking off the annual Red Kettle campaign. It's the organization's biggest fundraiser of the year. The money you give goes to feed, clothe and shelter local families, not just this Christmas, but year round.
You may have noticed gas prices continue to drop. And experts say that's good news for both your wallet and retailers this holiday season.
When it comes to the state of Alabama's children, they are doing better overall but there is still room for improvement. This comes from the new report released today by VOICES for Alabama's Children.
A Prattville High School student will be filing a criminal complaint against a Phenix City Police officer.
Montgomery police have charged a man with murder after a weekend shooting.
The Elmore Co Board of Education will meet this evening to discuss who will be the next Superintendent.
Montgomery police have charged a man with attempted murder in connection with a shooting that occurred last month.
Alabama cities rank poorly in an advocacy group's report measuring legal protection and inclusion for gays and lesbians.
Items used during Auburn University's game-day eagle flights are being auctioned online.
Alabama doesn't have a lottery, but a person could bring up a government website and find himself 17 cents in dividends, or hundreds of dollars in money long forgotten -- all free, if their claim is true.
There's a lot that goes on behind the gates of Maxwell Air Force Base. It's not all focused on flying planes. Reporter Josh Ninke got a first hand look at how the base trains officers for up close and personal combat.
Alabama is number one. That's according to the most recent College Football Playoff rankings.
Montgomery police have charged a second suspect in the city's latest murder.
A home is a total loss after a fire and investigators believe it may have been arson.
New jobs are coming to the state, that's what Governor Robert Bentley is announcing in Birmingham today.
The Elmore county school superintendent says he will resign at the end of the school year.
Montgomery city council members will be discussing the no smoking ordinance at tonight's city council meeting.
The Alabama Department of Transportation is advertising for bids to complete the four-lane of U.S. 431 from Interstate 85 in Opelika to the Florida line.
Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange is in line to become chairman of the Republican Attorneys General Association in two years.
Alice Lee, the sister of the famous "To Kill a Mockingbird" author and an influential Alabama lawyer and church leader in her own right, has died.
Wetumpka has hired a new police chief.