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A Dothan man has pleaded guilty to burning a cross at the entrance of an African-American neighborhood in Ozark, federal prosecutors said Monday.
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2 hrs ago | Business Journal
Taesung, a South Korean plastic-injection mold parts producer, will enter the automotive sector with its new $6.6 million Alabama facility.
6 hrs ago | WTVY Dothan
The Democratic leader in the Alabama House is calling for the Legislature to use its election-year session to approve a state lottery.
6 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
Darren Morris, 44, of Montgomery, Ala., talks with reporters Monday, Dec. 9, 2013 about the need for businesses to hire more people like him who have disabilities.
10 hrs ago | Alabama Live
A wintry mix of freezing rain, sleet and snow could impact school travel on Tuesday morning.
14 hrs ago | Alabama Live
Obamacare requires all insurance policies have a certain amount of things covered in each policy.
One of the most important votes some Alabamians ever make doesn't happen in a voting booth.
Alabama officials think they have a shot at landing some work related to the assembly of the Boeing 777X passenger jet where the aerospace giant already has a major presence.
Alabama was ranked third on 54 of the 62 ballots cast in Sunday's final poll. Among the eight who had Alabama lower is a coach who faced the Crimson Tide and one from the SEC.
Marshall County Revenue Commissioner Joey Masters is pictured in this undated Huntsville Times photo.
"You couldn't help but notice that some kids were eating everything on their plate and were still hungry," she said.
His sometimes bombastic approach can put people off, but no one can deny that Holmes has consistently pointed to perceived discrimination when he believes he sees it.
Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange recently filed an amicus brief in support of Mississippi lawsuit to halt flood insurance rate hikes.
The new site of the Taesung Alabama manufacturing firm will be built near the still-shuttered Victoryland Casino.
In this photo taken Oct. 28, 2013, Gov. Robert Bentley addresses members of the Alabama State University Board of Trustees during a meeting of the board on the campus in Montgomery, Ala.
Celebrating one hundred years, the Vickers House stands proud and straight as any house built with the most in modern technology.