- Ala state senator seeking help after DUI arrest Updated: Jul-02-15 12:47 pm
ALABASTER, Alabama - The chairman of the Alabama Senate Judiciary Committee said Thursday he is seeking professional help following his arrest on a charge of driving under the influence.
- Alabama Rep. Dan Williams dead at age 73 Updated: Jul-01-15 5:13 pm
ATHENS, Alabama - An Alabama lawmaker who once served as mayor of Athens has died at the age of 73.
- Conservative churches confront new reality on gay marriage Updated: Jun-28-15 4:30 pm
At First Baptist Dallas, where the pulpit was adorned Sunday with red, white and blue bunting to honor the Fourth of July, the pastor called the Supreme Court's gay marriage ruling "an affront in the face of Almighty God."
- Roy Moore predicts backlash over court's gay marriage ruling Updated: Jun-26-15 6:50 pm
MONTGOMERY, Alabama - Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore says the U.S. Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage has "destroyed the foundation of our country which is family," and he predicted a conservative Christian backlash.
- Ala teen to US AG: Kids learn to hate police early Updated: Jun-25-15 10:41 am
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama - When U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch met with a group of Birmingham youth and asked them why it's difficult for the general public to empathize with police officers, 16-year-old Ramsay High School student Taylor Sellers gave it to her straight.
- Confederate flags taken down from Alabama state Capitol Updated: Jun-24-15 9:52 pm
MONTGOMERY, Alabama - Four Confederate flags were taken down from outside the Alabama Capitol on Wednesday as Gov. Robert Bentley ordered their removal amid national controversy about the official display of Confederate emblems on government grounds.
- Attorney General Loretta Lynch to visit Birmingham Updated: Jun-23-15 5:34 am
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama - Attorney General Loretta Lynch is scheduled to visit Birmingham to discuss strengthening relationships between law enforcement and citizens.
- Ala senator gets free hotel for promise to renovate Updated: Jun-21-15 11:37 am
MONTGOMERY, Alabama - Alabama Senate Pro Tem Del Marsh is a handy man to have around the Alabama State House. During the 2015 legislative session, the state's top senator tore down walls known as filibusters, swept the floor of unwanted bills and drew a blue print for bringing gambling to Alabama.
- Police: Officers shoot, kill woman on Alabama interstate Updated: Jun-18-15 10:07 am
CLANTON, Alabama - Authorities say officers shot and killed a woman who led them on a pursuit and then fired a gun at them during a confrontation on an Alabama interstate.
- Lawmakers finish first session under new structure Updated: Jun-14-15 8:55 am
MONTGOMERY, Alabama - Alabama lawmakers have finished their first legislative session under a new pay structure that gives them a salary equal to the median household income in the state
- Oklahoma Creeks oppose Alabama Indian gambling compact Updated: Jun-12-15 8:37 pm
MONTGOMERY, Alabama - Oklahoma Creeks, upset over an Alabama's tribe's casino development on what they said is sacred ancestral ground, this month asked Gov. Robert Bentley to reject calls for a gambling compact with the tribe.
- Alabama House members hold budget workday Updated: Jun-11-15 9:17 pm
MONTGOMERY, Alabama - The session is over, but members of the Alabama House of Representatives met Thursday on their chief unresolved problem: a shortfall in the state's general fund budget.
- AG Luther Strange explains recusal in Hubbard case Updated: Jun-11-15 10:05 am
MONTGOMERY, Alabama - Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange says he stepped aside from an investigation into House Speaker Mike Hubbard because his campaign used Hubbard's printing company.
- Bentley signs Alabama Accountability Act Updated: Jun-10-15 6:08 pm
MONTGOMERY, Alabama - More money could soon be available for a school choice scholarship program that helps Alabama families pay for private school.
- Alabama high court upholds ruling on teeth-whitening limits Updated: Jun-05-15 8:58 pm
MONTGOMERY, Alabama - The Alabama Supreme Court on Friday upheld a lower court's ruling that teeth-whitening procedures in the state may only be performed by licensed dentists.