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Court Delays Former Alabama Governor Don Siegelman's Case

A federal appeals court delays former Alabama Governor Don Siegelman's case again. Siegelman's case had originally been delayed until October 13th. Now, records show it has been tentatively reset for the week of December 8th. A federal Jury in 2006 convicted Siegelman and…

Governor's Security Officer Makes Lots of OT

The head of Gov. Robert Bentley's security detail made $16,918 in August including overtime. Al.com reports the August income pushed Wendell Ray Lewis' salary, including overtime, so far this fiscal year to $153,000. That's with one month to go in…

Montgomery Police are Investigating a Robbery.

Montgomery police are investigating a morning robbery. Officials say it happened near a Always Money location in the 1100 block of Ann Street. Luckily, there were no injuries. Police are  searching for the adult male suspect who fled on foot.…

Alabama Court Rejects Appeal in Dothan Murder

An Alabama appeals court has again upheld the capital murder conviction and death sentence that Jerry Devane Bryant received for a 1997 killing in Houston County. The Court of Criminal Appeals issued a 5-0 decision Friday rejecting Bryant's claims of…

Groups Ask Alabama Prisons to Limit Razor Distribution

Advocacy groups say Alabama prisons are giving inmates virtually unlimited access to razors, a practice that's leading to deaths and injuries inside the lockups. The Southern Poverty Law Center and the Alabama Disabilities Advocacy Program asked a court Thursday to…

3 Montgomery Men Convicted in Tax Fraud Scheme

Federal prosecutors say three Montgomery men have pleaded guilty to conspiracy and aggravated identity theft in a tax fraud scheme. U.S. Attorney's officials in Montgomery said in a statement Thursday that Cruz Castillo Burnett, Jacorey Giddens and Rodrickus Howard each…

ASU Facing Some Legal Issues

ASU is also facing some legal issues. A food company says President Gwendolyn Boyd threatened to cancel the company's contract with the school unless they provided free food for her innauguration this week, The company sent a letter to the…

Bentley Keeps Large Fundraising Lead Over Griffith

Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley is maintaining a large fundraising lead over Democratic challenger Parker Griffith. The Republican incumbent has raised more than $5 million in contributions in his quest to win a second term. Campaign fundraising reports filed Wednesday show…

AG Joe Hubbard Settling a Lawsuit

Democratic Attorney General candidate Joe Hubbard is settling a lawsuit accusing him of defaming a security company.   Hubbard represented National Security of Alabama when it filed a lawsuit last year, challenging the awarding of a legislative security contract to…

Centennial Hill Bar and Grill May Reopen

The former Centennial Hill bar and Grill in Montgomery may reopen. But the mothers of the shooting victims are protesting to city council. Two weeks ago, the council voted against allowing someone to rent the building because it doesn't have a…

State Auction Planned for Wednesday in Montgomery

Hundreds of items belonging to the state are going up for auction in Montgomery. Wednesday's auction will be held at a warehouse on Mobile Highway owned by the surplus property division of the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs.…

Alabama Amendment Would Address Gun Ownership

A proposed change to the Alabama Constitution would make gun ownership a fundamental right in the state. The proposal also would subject any state gun-control measures to the toughest review by the courts. Rep. Mike Jones is the Andalusia Republican…

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