Governor Robert Bentley awarded nearly $40 million in grants to help provide assistance with heating bills this winter.
17-year-old Brandon Smith was found near his trailer in Gordon.
Thomas Gary Coxwell, 57, is accused one count each of sodomy and sexual abuse.
Dozens gathered in Downtown Ozark tonight to watch the city light its tree.
Thompkins Early Childhood Center is considered a premiere kindergarten program, but the constant drop in enrollment may force the Ozark School Board to close its doors.
“We have great people, a good work force, land is affordable, and we low energy costs,”
Officers, using tracking dogs and a helicopter, spent Thursday searching eastern Houston County.
This year they have more toys than ever and despite a rainy forecast the gifts will all make it there on schedule.
Alabama Speaker of the House Mike Hubbard (R - Auburn) was joined by House Majority Leader Micky Hammon (R - Decatur), Agenda Platform Committee Chair Representative Randy Davis (R - Daphne) and several other House Republican Caucus Members on Thursday as they unveiled the bills and initiatives included in the Republican Caucus’ 2014 “Commonsense Conservative” legislative agenda.
As the state and the Wiregrass continue to grow in the aviation industry, Senator Jeff Sessions took a trip to Commercial Jet in Dothan to see what they're getting right.
Rep. Roby will no longer serve on the House Armed Services Committee, the House Agriculture Committee, or the House Education and the Workforce Committee.
Malvern receives grant to pay for new water line on Co. Road 49.
'Operation Toy Drop' is this Friday in Birmingham.
A Tide fan in Birmingham allegedly killed a fellow Alabama fan after the game.
Still Need Toys for Ages 10-12
With Cyber Monday in the books, many Americans will soon be receiving packages in the mail.
From the roof down to the parking lot pavement, there are some major changes going on to the Mayer Electric building before it's safe for the county departments and the public to use.
Senior citizens in the area were treated to lunch by the Dothan Rotary Club.
Joseph Gilley was taken into custody taken into custody a short time after a police officer discovered two bodies in a Jackson County home.
Investigators try to identify exactly what cause the fire