Three people are behind bars after a burglary in Pike County. And according to the Pike County Sheriff's Office, it started as a car wreck to lure the home owner out of the house.
From the West Alabama Newsroom-- Two Selma teenagers charged with capital murder and robbery -- make their first appearance in court Monday.
2013 is winding down and today, we talked one on one with Governor Robert Bentley to get his thoughts on the year. Governor Bentley is very proud of many things that the state accomplished in 2013, and he's also proud of some of his not-so-popular decisions, like refusing to participate in the Affordable Care Act.
From Montgomery -- many drivers are hitting the roadways early hoping to make it home for the holidays and with just one day until Christmas, timing is everything. But deputies say speeding and heavy celebrating also make this one of the most dangerous travel times of the year.
The body of an Autauga County fisherman is discovered 14 days after the search began.
Two Selma teenagers are under arrest in connection with a murder.
A state organization is offering three-thousand dollars in prizes in a video contest for public school students. The Alabama Association of School Boards is holding its third annual contest for students to make videos that highlight public schools and experiences that inspire students to graduate.
The state flu map from the Alabama Department of Public Health shows that the flu is continuing to spread in our area.
'Tis the season for giving and a non-profit community service organization is doing just that. Divas 4 Divas was out at Jackson Hospital today.
It's been almost one year since tornadoes ripped through Alabama on Christmas Day. In Pike County things are still not back to normal..where 2 tornadoes damaged or destroyed more than 50 homes.
Four shopping days left until Christmas, and last minute shoppers are taking advantage of it.
From the West Alabama Newsroom-- A house fire has left a Selma family struggling to put their life back in order during the Christmas holidays.
After an 11-0 vote, the Alabama State University board of trustees voted unanimously to make Dr. Gwendolyn Boyd the next president of its university.
Democratic state Sen. Quinton Ross of Montgomery is seeking re-election after not being selected president of Alabama State University.