SEACT will hold auditions for its November production of Driving Miss Daisy on September 15th-17th.
A man given probation for a drug conviction could now be sent to prison after D.A. cries "foul."
The case of a girl who was literally run to death in Etowah County is prompting a bill in the state house. It's called the Savannah Hardin Mandatory Reporting Bill.
The unseasonably warm weather has some peanut growers planting a month ahead of time. But with limited and low contracts many growers aren't taking advantage of the warm weather.
In downtown Dothan, a group observed Good Friday with a march symbolic of what Christians and others say happened over two thousand years ago.
A 10.6 percent cut to the state's Medicaid system leaves thousands of kids without medical insurance.
More Alabamians said they struggled to buy food last year than any year since the recession started. In a recent study by the Food Research and Action Center 23.5 percent of people in Alabama reported they were unsure of where their next meal is coming from.
Dothan City Commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday to revoke the business license for the Club Primetime.
A Dothan principal is arrested for the second time this month.Gregory Wayne Allen was arrested again Thursday night.The charges stem from his DUI arrest on March 17th.
After months of being virtually silent, the Wiregrass Hispanic community is now becoming vocal against Alabama's tough new immigration law.