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Democrat Parker Griffith on Thursday likened Alabama to a Third World "failed state" during an appearance before the state's county commissioners in which he delivered a blistering attack on Gov. Robert Bentley's leadership.
Alabama school Superintendent Tommy Bice says he's accepted a two-year contract extension that comes with a $52,000 raise.
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - Nexus Energy Center 's online crowdfunding effort to raise $5,000 to build Alabama's greenest "tiny" home was successful this month with the help of Huntsville-based ProjectXYZ.
Following a shooting Wednesday night in Greenville, a former Alabama Football and Greenville High School all-state player is dead and a suspect is in custody.
About the writer John Archibald is a columnist for the Alabama Media Group. His work appears in the newspaper on Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and online at AL.com all the time.
The Millbrook Police Department is asking for the public's help locating a woman missing since Tuesday.
An Alabama federal judge facing a criminal battery charges involving his wife now must contend with a complaint being filed against him by a high ranking federal judge.
A Washington County judge set the pretrial date Wednesday morning for two Alabama men indicted in the murder of a local man.
Alabama's most populous county is also home to the most surplus military equipment in the hands of law enforcement agencies.
Alabama's black infant mortality rate and the rate of teen births are now at their "lowest ever" points, according to data released Wednesday by the Alabama Department of Public Health.
We know about Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, Rick Perry, Mitt Romney, Rand Paul, Mike Huckabee and Paul Ryan.
Sports Illustrated writer Lars Anderson of Birmingham has written "The Storm and the Tide: Tragedy, Hope and Triumph in Tuscaloosa."
The Alabama passers took a break from throwing Tuesday to do a few of the less flashy drills we're not accustomed to seeing.
Tarkesha Carter, 25, of Columbus, is escorted by members of Columbus Police Department behind the Columbus Municipal Complex on Monday.
Over 100 employees will walk out of Remington Arms Friday, not knowing if they'll ever be back.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 12:33 am
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