In an eye opening ad campaign the Alabama Drug Abuse Task Force is not holding back when it comes to talking about the reality of drug abuse
Despite the governor's optimism, lawmakers are still feeling the heat as they work with a budget focused on deep cuts. The court system says if a fix isn't found before the special session, it might have to shut down.
Alabama has one of the highest rates of prescription drug abuse and a state task force is attempting to do something about it.
"To Kill a Mockingbird" author Harper Lee is among the inaugural inductees for the Alabama Writers Hall of Fame.
The Urban Slide opened Saturday for its 2-day weekend event, and it seemed to be a big hit.
Montgomery drivers should expect some heavy traffic delays their morning commute down Woodley Road.
The March of Dimes held its annual March For Babies fundraiser Saturday morning.
The "Tallassee Now" festival is this weekend in downtown Tallassee. All day, people have been pouring into the city for the big barbecue competition.
Now that we're in June, the berries are ripe for the picking at a farm in Elmore County.
Lawmakers have called it quits for the regular session one day early, passing the general fund budget early Thursday. That's a general fund budget that was quickly vetoed by the governor, so lawmakers will definitely be returning for a special session.
Alabama lawmakers have approved an austere general fund budget that Gov. Robert Bentley immediately vowed to veto to bring lawmakers back into special session this summer.
The Alabama Department of Tourism is trying a new method of connecting Alabama makers to business owners who can sell their products.
The Alabama Tourism Department wants to help get more Alabama made products in gift shops across the state.
Another day in the state house and still no general fund budget has been brought up in the senate. That caused a lot of confusion for lawmakers today.
Renovations are set to begin on the historic Mount Vernon Theatre in July. Volunteers raised nearly half a million dollars for the project. Now people who live there are turning their attention to the abandoned buildings just blocks away from the theatre and Hotel Talisi, which shut down after an arson in 2009.
After 30 years in business, Calhoun Foods has closed its grocery store on West Fairview Avenue in Montgomery.
Alabama senators are seeking to rename Selma's Edmund Pettus Bridge, a historic site in the voting rights movement that also bears the name of a Ku Klux Klan officer.
Have you seen 60-year old Lorene "Pokie" Ware?
Two men have been arrested in connection with a deadly shooting that happened in Southwest Montgomery over the Memorial Day Holiday Weekend.
As the 2015 legislative session draws to a close, there are several bills introduced this session that don't look like they will make the cut.
We begin with the push to erect a statue of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. In Montgomery.
Lawmakers focused today on amending the Open Meetings act. It's a law that requires elected officials to make all important meetings public and open to everyone.
Judges say they will only look at accusations of racial gerrymandering as they review Alabama's legislative districts for a second time.
With reports that Hyundai is looking to build more cars in the U.S., the company's U.S. CEO is raising questions about whether Montgomery has enough workers.
Hurricanes are no stranger to the state of the Alabama. As of June 1st, hurricane season is officially underway.