A new study confirms what many already suspected, stress causes headaches.
From the West Alabama Newsroom-- A Pine Hill man is behind bars -- and a police officer is shot -- after a domestic dispute escalates into gunfire in Pine Hill.
There are more than 1 billion people on Facebook all across the world, according to Facebook officials. That includes local law enforcement.
Head Elementary School in Montgomery has sat vacant for almost three years and now with the Flip's Restaurant at the corner of Perry Hill Road and Atlanta Highway out of business, some are concerned that that part of town may get neglected.
An 18-wheeler overturns in Montgomery County -- the truck was carrying thousands of live chickens. Hundreds of them died in the accident and it also caused traffic delays for several hours.
Greenville High School's Prom is coming up and rules for the big night were sent out to students, but now they are causing a stir on social media.
Fire officials in the state want to pass a new bill making it easier to have sprinklers installed in homes. Today, they showed lawmakers why.
A Jefferson County Circuit Court judge has dismissed a lawsuit against a contractor that was temporarily involved with the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport.
A judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed against Alabama football coach Nick Saban's daughter by her sorority sister after a fight.
Former U.S. Rep. Parker Griffith kicked off his Democratic campaign for governor by calling for the creation of a state lottery to fund college scholarships and an expansion of the state Medicaid program under the federal health care law.
Governor Robert Bentley has awarded grants totaling in $11 million for programs that help low income residents take steps to secure gainful employment and improve their quality of life.
Researchers at Stanford University and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital say they've developed a way to scan young cancer patients' bodies for tumors without exposing them to high-levels of radiation which could lead to secondary cancers later in life.
A federal prosecutor says former Auburn basketball player Varez Ward has been accepted into a pre-trial diversion program that could dismiss his point-shaving charges.