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A Mississippi woman pleaded not guilty Tuesday to killing an Alabama woman by giving silicone injections as a buttocks enhancement.
For 50 years, Peggy Wallace Kennedy has lived in the shadow cast by her father, Alabama Gov. George C. Wallace, when he stood in a doorway and tried to stop two black students from integrating the University of Alabama.
We extend our best wishes for success to Miss Alabama, Chandler Champion, as she prepares to represent our state this September in the Miss America pageant.
Alabama authorities are looking for a missing infant and a teen-aged girl who may be linked to his alleged abduction.
State Superintendent Tommy Bice discusses the Alabama schools listed as failing according to the Alabama Accountability Act and the options students at those schools have Tuesday, June 18, 2013, at the Gordon Persons Building in Montgomery, Ala.
The man convicted in the brutal 1974 killing of a Huntsville college freshman will remain in prison for at least another five years.
Republican leaders from 10 Southern states are meeting in Alabama to plan strategies for making new GOP inroads across the region.
An investigation is underway into an accident that has left three people from Southwest Alabama dead.
Montgomery Mayor Todd Strange's first trip to the Paris Air Show could have gotten off to a better start.
Strong winds from an afternoon thunderstorm ripped a 40 foot section off of the roof of Springville Middle School and toppled trees onto a home across the street.
Alabama State Troopers say 25-year-old Patrick Hunt Drury of Meridian, Miss., and 25-year-old Christopher McArthur of Toomsuba, Miss., were killed early Sunday near York in Sumter County.
In the latest round of an immigration debate pitting state vs. federal powers, the court in a 7-2 decision declared that Arizona’s law went too far.
Alabama Board of Education member Mary Scott Hunter of Huntsville is considering entering the Republican race for governor and plans to decide by the end of summer.
As protests continued in Gadsden, city officials asked for state troopers to intervene.
In this Tuesday, June 11, 2013, photo, a small shell is embedded in a tar ball on the beach in Gulf Shores, Ala.
Erin Brady of South Glastonbury, Conn., won after answering a question about the U.S. Supreme Court's decision upholding widespread DNA tests.