Acting as Attorney General in this matter, W. Van Davis announced the arrest today of Felix Barry Moore, a representative from the 91st District in the Alabama House of Representatives, for felony perjury and providing false statements. Representative Moore, 47, of Enterprise, surrendered today to special agents of the Attorney General’s Office at the Lee County Jail.
Camille Fields was arrested a third time this week for child abuse.
Two Houston County schools will be participating in one of the largest parades in the United States.
Latest charge involves ramming child's face into a dinner plate
Thousands of convicted drug offenders may soon receive pardons or less time in jail.
The Haley Center at Auburn has been evacuated temporarily due to a bomb threat.
Mayor Kenneth Boswell signed a proclamation to recognize wounded veterans in May 2014, and a local organization is sewing up military.
In an effort to comply with federal regulations, the Alabama Department of Public Safety’s Driver License Division has scheduled a database conversion the last weekend of April.
Zachary Taylor Wood and Dillon Scott Rafsky also implicated in Florida murder.
“(The officer) is in good condition after suffering a gunshot wound to the chest,” State Representative Donnie Chesteen posted on his Facebook page after visiting Phillips at the hospital.
It’s believed at least one person has been taken into custody but another is being sought.
Enterprise City Schools will have a new board member starting this summer.
Bail money will be paid in Enterprise for a good cause.
A Covington County deputy responding to a traffic accident was killed Friday when he was involved in a crash.
Headland students found out what it was like to be impaired.
The attorney for a marketing company seeking to freeze gate receipts collected by promoters of a large music festival planned next week has backed off.
Today was a step forward in plans to construct James Oates Park near Campbellton Highway and Taylor Road.
Toadlick organizers say the three-day music festival will move forward as planned.
A message found in a campus bathroom wall has led to concerns by parents and students.
The city will apply for a 20-year loan in the amount of $19,231,000.00.