Alabama

5-Star Linebacker Lyndell Wilson Chooses Alabama

The former Carver Wolverine linebacker picks between Alabama and Georgia.

MONTGOMERY, AL — The top high school football player in Montgomery, Alabama chose Alabama. Lyndell “Mack” Wilson has over 250 tackles the last two seasons including 18.5 sacks, 3 interceptions, and 5 forced fumbles. See him play here: http://www.hudl.com/athlete/2605363/lyndell-mack-wilson Categories: Alabama, High School Tags: Alabama, UGA

Disaster Loan Outreach Centers in Alabama to Close Soon

The U.S. Small Business Administration is closing the four Disaster Loan Outreach Centers that opened following major flooding last year around Alabama. Flooding victims have until 3 p.m. Thursday, February 4 to access the centers. Officials say the centers are closing due to decrease in activity. The centers were set up in four counties, including Montgomery County, following flooding that…

New Director Named for Marshall Space Flight Center

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) – NASA has named a new director to lead the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville. NASA officials said in a statement Monday that Todd May has been named to the post after the retirement of former director Patrick Scheuermann. May, of Fairhope, had been serving as acting director since November. May previously worked as the space…

Former Alabama Wide Receiver Chris Black Transfers To Missouri

Former 4-star prospect heading to Missouri

Former 4-star prospect and Alabama wide receiver Chris Black has chosen his new school. Black announced on Twitter that he will be transferring to Missouri. He graduated with a degree already, so he will be able to play immediately for the Tigers. He caught 25 passes for 290 yards during his career for the Crimson Tide. Black had injury setbacks…

4-Star DB Nigel Knott Picks Alabama

The Alabama Crimson Tide kick-off signing day week with a big commitment

The Alabama Crimson Tide added another big recruit to it’s 2016 class after 4-star defensive back Nigel Knott picked the tide. Knott released a video in conjunction with Bleacher Report to announce his college choice: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2612926-the-commitment-watch-4-star-cb-nigel-knotts-behind-the-scenes-announcement The corner from Madison, Mississippi is considered one of the top 100 high school players in the 2016 class. He is ranked 62nd according…

Senior Bowl 2016: Cyrus Jones

Sports Reporter Ben Bolton talks with former Alabama defensive back Cyrus Jones at the 2016 Senior Bowl

Sports Reporter Ben Bolton talks with former Alabama defensive back Cyrus Jones at the 2016 Senior Bowl Categories: Alabama Tags: Alabama, cyrus jones, Senior Bowl

Health Officials Will No Longer Offer Money for TB Testing in Perry County

MARION, Ala. (AP) – Officials say the Perry County Health Department will offer free tuberculosis screening but is no longer paying residents to get tested or attend follow up appointments. Alabama Department of Public Health officials said in a release Friday that 1,813 people were tested since Jan. 11. Department officials say 100 people had latent tuberculosis infections and 27…

Senior Bowl 2016: Jake Coker

Sports reporter Ben Bolton talks to former Alabama quarterback Jake Coker at the 2016 Senior Bowl

Sports reporter Ben Bolton talks to former Alabama quarterback Jake Coker at the 2016 Senior Bowl Categories: Alabama Tags: Alabama, Jake Coker, Senior Bowl

Senior Bowl 2016: Jarran Reed

Sports reporter Ben Bolton catches up with former Alabama defensive lineman Jarran Reed at the 2016 Senior Bowl

Sports reporter Ben Bolton catches up with former Alabama defensive lineman Jarran Reed at the 2016 Senior Bowl Categories: Alabama Tags: Alabama, Jarran Reed, Senior Bowl

Law Enforcement Increases Awareness of Human Trafficking in Alabama

Human trafficking affects more people in Alabama that most people realize.

It’s a serious legal and social issue that many of us may not even think is a problem in the United States, human trafficking.  Law enforcement wants you to know that if affects more people than you realize, maybe even someone you know. US attorney’s representing Alabama’s southern, middle and northern districts held a meeting on the campus of Auburn…