Thousands of Amazon workers at an Alabama facility will vote in February on whether to unionize, potentially becoming the first U.S.-based union in the company’s history.
Alabama's DeVonta Smith became the first wide receiver to win the Heisman Trophy in 29 seasons Tuesday night, breaking the monopoly quarterbacks have had on college football's most prestigious award by beating out three of them.
A Christmas tree stands outside the intensive care room where a man stricken by COVID-19 lies unconscious, a machine breathing for him. A few feet away, a plastic snowman adorns the door of another patient whose face is barely visible behind ventilator tubes.
A World War II veteran who beat COVID-19 got a heartwarming sendoff and just in time to celebrate his 104th birthday.
Political newcomer Tommy Tuberville bested incumbent Sen. Doug Jones in the Nov. 3 election, according to the Associated Press, flipping the seat back into Republican hands for the first time since Jones’ improbable 2017 victory over Judge Roy Moore.
Matthew Tyler Miller, accused of getting two preschoolers to engage in sexual contact so he could record them, has been sentenced to 600 years in prison.
Hurricane Sally has lumbered ashore near Gulf Shores, Alabama, as a Category 2 storm, with top winds of 105 mph.
Investigators are hoping someone can identify a young girl whose remains were found in an Alabama trailer park eight years ago.
City of Tuscaloosa closed bars for two weeks and suspended bar service at restaurants after the spike in cases at the university.
At least 531 students, faculty, and staff on the University of Alabama's main campus in Tuscaloosa have been infected with the virus, officials reported.
An Alabama man now faces kidnapping charges in the case of missing Georgia mom Leila Cavett, one day after federal authorities arrested the suspect who claimed he was the last person to see her before she disappeared in South Florida.
More than 40 people at an Alabama Baptist church were infected with the virus the congregation held a series of religious services.
Terrence Terrell Keeton, who told investigators he’s trying to break into the pornography industry, is facing a new rape case — just a month after being released on bond.
Republican Sen. Del Marsh appeared to be referring to herd immunity, which public health experts say is either a long way off or perhaps unachievable.
Hoover Police Chief Nick Derzis said the child was killed in the afternoon shooting at the Riverchase Galleria. The police chief said a girl and two adults were also hospitalized after the shooting. Authorities did not release the victims' names.
Officials in an Alabama city said several college students organized "COVID-19" parties as a contest to see who would get the virus first
Thomas Edwin Blanton Jr., the last of three one-time Ku Klux Klansmen convicted of a 1963 Alabama church bombing that killed four black girls and was the deadliest single attack of the civil rights movement, has died in prison, the governor’s office said Friday. He was 81.
Alabama might soon allow yoga in public schools, but a ban on the word "namaste" would stay in effect.
A man convicted in the 2004 killings of three police officers who were shot by another man was executed Thursday evening in Alabama.
The bill was introduced by State Rep. Rolanda Hollis, D-Birmingham, who said it was in response to last year’s abortion bill in Alabama.