There was a lot of passion as people took to the microphone to say what they think is best for the state's children. Senator Rusty Glover wants to repeal the standards, which are part of Alabama's education plan.
It's not every day an international dignitary comes to the Alabama state house. Olexander Motsyk addressed a joint session of both representatives and senators, saying his country's new democracy has carefully watched as we commemorated the Selma to Montgomery march.
The state health department is working with Alabama State University on identifying people who may have been exposed to tuberculosis.
In a state where football reigns, basketball often gets put on the back burner. But with the recent hiring of coach Avery Johnson, fans say it may be just thing Crimson Tide needs to be a contender on the court.
Montgomery Mayor Todd Strange held re-election campaign kickoff at Central in downtown Montgomery Monday evening.
There's no shortage of universities with distance learning programs. Sometimes it helps students find time to take classes they would otherwise miss.
A new chapter for a Montgomery County Commissioner battling breast cancer -- Commissioner Ronda Walker now faces new challenges in her journey towards being cancer free...
Gov. Robert Bentley has a new task force aimed at making health care in Alabama more accessible and more affordable.
Members of Frazer Memorial United Methodist Church in Montgomery celebrated Easter with a sunrise service at Blount Cultural Park.
Funeral arrangements have been made for the police officer killed in a wreck early Saturday morning.
Beautiful weather means many are heading up to Lake Martin. Tt's a huge economic engine for the surrounding counties.
One Montgomery Police Officer is dead after a crash with an 18 wheeler.
The Scarlet Begonias, a Grateful Dead cover band performs live at The Warehouse in downtown Montgomery Friday night.
Many Christians are observing Good Friday, the day that Jesus was crucified.
The Alabama Senate has passed a bill to reform the state's corrections system.
Gov. Robert Bentley sits down with Alabama News Network Anchor Darryl Hood to talk about the need for more revenue in the face of a state budget shortfall.
We're taking action tonight with a story you'll only see here on Alabama News Network. One law enforcement agency in the River Region is taking to an app to help cut crime and help keep you safe.
Downtown Montgomery is making strides to help bring more groceries to the area. And one market is doing what it can to help meet the need.
While the SLE Rodeo a few weeks ago in Montgomery brought in about the same attendance as last year, ticket sales were down. That means changes may be on the way.
Alabama is in the process of passing a Religious Freedom Act.
Seven people are injured after an overnight shooting in Panama City Beach.
Years after family members disappeared those left behind are not giving up hope. Saturday organizations came together holding a vigil for missing children and victims of crime.
Spring is in the air, but it can also mean dreaded allergies for many.
A statewide bicycle summit is taking place this weekend to help make Alabama a more bicycle friendly state.
Some Wetumpka residents are worried that the city's water pressure is destroying their homes. But officials with the city's water works say that isn't the case at all and that the pressure hasn't changed.