3 hrs ago | WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg
Montgomery, Alabama -- A mysterious respiratory illness of unknown origin has killed two people in southeast Alabama and put five more in the hospital.
3 hrs ago | Alabama Live
A Montgomery woman was sentenced Wednesday to 10 years in prison for her role as the ring leader of an identity theft and tax refund scheme that included stealing identities from Troy Regional Medical Center.
6 hrs ago | Alabama Live
More than 200 Alabama Department of Transportation workers are among those participating in an annual rehearsal of the Interstate 65 hurricane evacuation lane reversal today.
10 hrs ago | The Montgomery Advertiser
Penalties for financially exploiting senior citizens soon will be tougher thanks to the passage of an elder abuse bill in the state Legislature.
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MONTGOMERY, Alabama -- The Alabama Legislature ended its 2013 regular session in the usual manner Monday, racing madly against the clock to pass bills that have lingered on lawmakers' assembly line for months.
MONTGOMERY, Alabama - AL.com reporter Chuck Dean talks about the happenings in the Alabama Legislature on the last day of the regular session Monday, May 20, 2013, at the Alabama State House.
Sen. President Pro Tem Del Marsh, R-Anniston, right, confers with other lawmakers, including Sen.
Sen. Del Marsh, left, R-Anniston, talks with Rep. Jay Love, R-Montgomery, on the Senate floor on the last day of the regular session Monday, May 20, 2013, at the Alabama State House in Montgomery, Ala.
State lawmakers are in the final hours of the 2013 legislative session. We're told it could go all the way to midnight, but two major stories have already emerged from the Capitol.
MONTGOMERY, Alabama -- Songwriter Beth Nielsen Chapman will perform a benefit show on June 29 at the Capri Theatre in Montgomery.
The daughter of a civil rights activist, a Freedom Rider and more than a dozen youngsters with a lot to learn about "the movement" met at the old Greyhound bus station in Montgomery on Saturday.
When Brad Moody left Texas for Alabama and a political science position at Auburn Montgomery in 1972, he figured he'd hang around for a year or two before moving on.
For those who don't know, Goat Hill is the name of the former pasture where the Alabama state Capitol now stands in Montgomery.
Crowds gathered at Riverfront Park on May 18, 2013, to enjoy their favorite Alabama beers and take in some live music at the River Bend Brewfest and River Jam in Montgomery.