Wednesday Aug 6
Aspiring school superintendents learn about school safety in Hoover
FBI Special Agent Steve Ferguson talks to aspiring school superintendents from across Alabama during a school safety training session at the Hoover Public Safety Center in Hoover, Ala., on Tuesday, Aug. 6, 2014.
Open carry at the polls was no problem in Northport today for president of gun rights...
TUSCALOOSA, Alabama -- Eddie Fulmer arrived at his polling place in Northport this morning to cast his ballot in several state-wide runoff elections, and he came wearing a .40-caliber pistol on his hip.
Chambers County officials ask owners of polling places to check 'yes' or 'no' on banning...
Just days prior to today's runoff elections, Chambers County let owners of its polling places decide whether to allow voters to carry firearms.
State sheriffs' group wants clarification on issue of guns at polling sites
John David Murphy, 55, of Alabaster talks about gun rights on June 4, 2014, after he was denied entry into a polling location for the primary election the previous day because he openly wore a holstered pistol.
Attorney General Strange says counties cannot ban guns in polling places
With the runoff election around the corner, Attorney General Luther Strange is reminding county commissions of their authority limits after voters showed up to the primary on June 3 carrying their guns in Shelby and Chambers counties.