Free Christmas party for surrounding area children. Free food and toys will be given away.
Doctors implant hundreds of thousands of hip replacements each year, but a new study suggests the regulation process for his replacements needs improvements.
A federal judge in Alabama has sentenced two men to 15 years in prison each for conspiring to support terrorists.
Downtown Montgomery was filled with Christmas spirit Thursday night as the Capital City Christmas Parade got underway. It had been postponed from earlier in the month because of bad weather. Kids of all ages were eager to come and take part in the annual tradition.
ASU has released the results of its own audit that show dramatically different results than an audit Governor Robert Bentley had done on how the university spends money.
This video is no longer available.A single mother and her four boys are living in a hotel room after a fire damaged the second story of their home, and although she says they now have to start over, she's thankful…
Maxwell Air Force Base broke ground on a new park with Montgomery and other cities from around the River Region. Right now, all you see are a few soccer goals, but the plan is to add fitness stations, playgrounds, and a running track to this open field.
A joke made by a late night comedian doesn't have some Troy residents laughing.
Former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman was not among the 21 people who received commutations and pardons from the president on Thursday.
Alabama State University officials say an accounting firm's review of its contracts and other issues raised by former President Joseph Silver has turned up only minor problems.
From the West Alabama Newsroom-- The Lowndes County Sheriff and the ABC Board bust up an illegal moonshine operation in rural Lowndes County.
Parents of Troy Elementary students will no longer be able to request teachers and classmates for their children after this school year.
The debate over VictoryLand in Macon County continues, a year after the casino temporarily opened its doors.
Gov. Robert Bentley says Alabama is getting more than $30 million in federal grants to help with the recovery from deadly tornadoes in April 2011.
Gov. Robert Bentley says his disagreement with state pension fund Chief David Bronner over expanding the state Medicaid program had nothing to do with new controls being placed on Bronner's investment authority.