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3 hrs ago | Alabama Live
When Cynthia Stinson looks out her window at the smoldering rubble that was once Mentone Springs Hotel and White Elephant Antique Galleries, the view has drastically changed.
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8 hrs ago | 5NEWSonline.com
Alabama legislators passed several restrictive abortion bills this week, including one that could mean felony charge against any doctor performing such a procedure on a woman who'd been pregnant as little as six weeks.
11 hrs ago | Alabama Live
House members voted 77-19 for the bill being sought by the Alabama Department of Corrections.
14 hrs ago | Alabama Live
They address subjects including pine trees, whisky, humility, shouting, civil rights and celestial events.
16 hrs ago | WTOK-TV Meridian
A bill designed to make sure Alabamians don't take out multiple payday loans has cleared its first vote in the Alabama Legislature.
16 hrs ago | Alabama Live
Normally, traditionally, reporters don't write declarations. Not like that. I know I never have.
18 hrs ago | Daily Mail
Tragedy as body of missing student, 19, is discovered in her car at the bottom of a bayou after she veered off the road while driving drunk to a party four days ago Revealed: Oscar-nominated star of Captain Phillips is broke after quitting job as a cell phone salesman in the hope the $200m grossing film would be his way into Hollywood's elite ... (more)
22 hrs ago | Alabama Live
L og and clapboard churches were among the most important buildings in the Alabama Territory in the early to mid-1800s.
C.J. Harris, 23, an "American Idol" contestant from Jasper, answers a few questions on the show's website.
Troy University professor Scott Beaulier, left, co-wrote a report released Monday, March 3, 2014, questioning the findings of studies issued by University of Alabama professor Samuel Addy, center, and University of Alabama at Birmingham professor David Becker, right, regarding the benefits of expanding the state's Medicaid program.
U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks derided Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid during a speech today from the House floor, criticizing Reid's statement last week that "horror stories" from the new national healthcare program were "lies."
O K, so the headline may be a little misleading. Today's column isn't really about abolishing a law against fake facial hair in churches.
On Tuesday evening, the Alabama House of Representatives approved four abortion restrictions that threaten to cut off women's access to reproductive health care in the state.
A spokesman for the firm says the expansion will bring its national staff of attorneys to nearly 280, with a total of 24 in Birmingham.
Rep. Alvin Holmes said while most people in the statehouse would be against abortion, it would be a different story if a black man impregnated their daughter.
Bill sponsor Rep. Mary Sue McClurkin, R-Indian Springs, said a heartbeat is universally accepted as an indication of life and should be protected.
Opp Mayor John Bartholomew says the victims were the wife and daughter-in-law of the owner.