An Alabama university is barring its new president from living with any romantic interest in the campus home provided her as long as she remains unmarried.
Alabama's state school superintendent says the graduation rate for the Class of 2013 rose to a record 80 percent.
Two reality shows about teen moms may have actually led to a reduction in teen pregnancy.
Researchers in Italy say feeding probiotics to infants three months old and younger could help prevent gastrointestinal problems including colic and acid reflux.
Prosecutors in central Alabama say two people accused of hanging a puppy at a house in Valley Grande have been charged with animal cruelty.
From the West Alabama newsroom-- Two Selma men suspected of capital murder make a first appearance in court Monday.
Authorities say hunting accidents claimed the lives of two men in Alabama over the weekend.
Pike Piddlers Storytelling Festival will be held Friday January 24 and Saturday, January 25. Festival begins on Friday night, January 24, with supper and stories at the We Piddle Around Theater in Brundidge and continues with three storytelling concerts on…
An Alabama senator says he will push legislation requiring drug testing of some welfare applicants even though a similar law has been struck down in Florida.
Wetumpka High School hosted the All County Honor Band from Elmore County in its Commons area today.
A third lawsuit has been filed in connection with the deadly December shooting at Centennial Hill Bar & Grill that left 3 people dead and 5 others injured. The latest lawsuit was filed Thursday on behalf of 24-year-old Richard Davis, who was injured in the shooting.
Last fall, Montgomery City officials kicked off a fundraising campaign for Questplex, the 22.5 million dollar museum and library slated to open downtown.
From the West Alabama Newsroom-- Baby deliveries could soon be a thing of the past at the only hospital in the city of Demopolis.
Governor Robert Bentley has already been hard at work with lawmakers to make sure that the two state budgets will be ready for the start of the session. The state house chambers will be full again when lawmakers return to work next Tuesday.