- Children's museum reopens but still struggles with debt Updated: Nov-24-15 8:30 am
FLORENCE, Alabama - The Children's Museum of the Shoals was closed for a short time this autumn, but it reopened on a limited basis.
- Man convicted in stabbing, shooting death of volunteer coach Updated: Nov-22-15 12:45 pm
FLORENCE, Alabama - Sentencing for a man convicted in the death of a northwest Alabama volunteer football coach is set for Jan. 28.
- Alabama Music Hall of Fame names 2016 inductees Updated: Nov-22-15 10:57 am
TUSCUMBIA, Alabama - Harvey Thompson and three other members of the Muscle Shoals Horns will be inducted into the Alabama Music Hall of Fame during its Feb. 26 induction banquet in Florence, the organization announced recently.
- Trial to begin for man charged in 2013 capital murder case Updated: Nov-16-15 6:08 am
FLORENCE, Alabama - The trial for a man charged in connection with a 2013 capital murder case is scheduled to begin.
- More millennials staying home with parents, relatives Updated: Nov-15-15 3:15 pm
FLORENCE, Alabama - Many young women are living with their parents while attending college rather than face high living expenses, according to a recent study.
- Drive-By Truckers front man to speak at UNA graduation Updated: Nov-14-15 9:01 am
FLORENCE, Alabama - The University of North Alabama has announced that Patterson Hood, co-founder of the Southern rock band Drive-By Truckers, will be the university's fall commencement speaker.
- Officials see increase in downtown parking meter collections Updated: Nov-03-15 5:04 am
FLORENCE, Alabama - Parking meter collections are on the rise in downtown Florence.
- Workers harmed in Florence restaurants that allow smoking Updated: Oct-31-15 10:56 am
FLORENCE, Alabama - Workers in a Florence restaurant that allow smoking are exposed to a greater amount harmful air particles than those working in non-smoking environments, a new air quality study said.
- The mystery of Alabama's 'Mrs. Jack the Ripper' Updated: Oct-31-15 10:12 am
MOBILE, Alabama - Rumors, unsubstantiated allegations, bad luck and outright lies shaped the life and legacy of a Mobile woman born during the Civil War, leaving her with the ignominious labels of convicted murderer and wife of Jack the Ripper.