Monday, January 26, 2015
South Alabama Newsroom
200+ Rescue Animals Flown From Greenville to Florida
More than 200 dogs, along with some cats, from across the state got the ride of their lives, to save their lives.
More Jobs Are Coming to South Alabama
One South Alabama business is getting some national recognition and more jobs.
Gadsden Cancels 'RiverFest' Event for 2015
The annual RiverFest musical event won't be held this year in Gadsden.
Is your Car Prepared for the Cold Temperatures?
People are preparing for the cold, but is your car ready for the drop in temperatures?
New Middle School Building Set to Welcome Students.
With classes starting back Tuesday some south Alabama students will notice something different this year, and school officials say the change will have a major impact on the curriculum.
Inmate Escapes Crenshaw County Jail
Authorities in Crenshaw County want you to be on the lookout for an escaped inmate.
Butler County School System Reflects on 2014
It's been a busy year for one South Alabama School System, and leaders hope for another year of progress in 2015.
ALEA Officers Out in Full Force During the Holiday Travel Period
State troopers will be out in full force as usual this holiday season -- but this year they're getting a lot of help to try and keep Alabama roadways safe.
South Alabama Task Force is Making Strides to Get Drugs Off the Street
Deputies arrested Roger Armstrong at his trailer in Mckenzie. They say he's the biggest Meth Dealer in Butler County.
Organization Gives Handicapped Hunters Second Chance
Its hunting season in the state of Alabama, and some hunters can't go out due to physical limitations. But one organization is working to change that.