Jan 20, 2014
Editorial: Common Core common scense
Alabama Tea Party member Kay Day of Irvington, Ala., demonstrates in front of the Alabama Statehouse in Montgomery, Ala., as lawmakers gathered inside on the first day of their regular legislative session.
Detective: after threatening to 'shoot up' school, defendant told police the mafia was trying to kill him
MOBILE, Alabama - A man accused of threatening to "shoot up" Dixon Elementary School in Irvington earlier this month had his bail increased to $25,000 for making a terrorist threat.
The Mississippi Press
Alabama man arrested on meth charge as part of ongoing investigation
An Alabama man was arrested Tuesday and charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute during a routine traffic stop in Pascagoula.
Investigators: child sex-abuse investigation and Brittney Wood 'all connected'
MOBILE, Alabama - On the same day she was in court on sex-abuse charges, investigators with a search warrant took computer equipment that could contain pertinent evidence from Wendy Wood Holland's home in Irvington, according to the Mobile Police Department.
Christian Science Monitor
Why an Alabama couple chooses no insurance over Obamacare, so far
Alabama 'chain-saw artist James Seal carves a whooping crane as his wife, Miranda Seal, tries to sell his artwork to a bystander in Coden, Ala.