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Gift connects Mobile fire station to historic legacy

The Mobile Fire Rescue Department got a new connection to some of its earliest history this week thanks to the family of a fire captain who served in...

Coosa dams' 2013 license expires amid environmental concerns

Alabama Power’s latest license to operate Neely Henry Dam — and six other dams on the Coosa River — became invalid Monday. That doesn’t mean the dam...

Birmingham man sent to prison, convicted of slaying 55-year-old in her home

Henry Williams Gosha, 59, was convicted of murder on June 15 after a jury trial. He was sentenced last week by Jefferson County Circuit Judge Bill...

Several arrested during Huntsville police prostitution sting

Police say they arrested seven people during a street prostitution sting in the past week. Click the gallery below to see the photos of the people...

Former Alabama legislator Ed Henry pleads not guilty to Medicare fraud charges

MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Ed Henry, who retired from the Alabama Legislature this year, pleaded not guilty Wednesday in federal court to charges stemming...

Healthy food vending machines coming to high schools in Huntsville this year

Huntsville City Schools will have vending machines in all of its high schools at the start of this school year. Monday, district leaders said the...

Weekend storms caused power outages across the Wiregrass

Strong storms hit the Wiregrass Sunday leaving 12,000 Alabama Power customers without power. Most residents had their electricity restored within an...

Local nonprofit hosts annual gala to help raise funds for scholarships

A local foundation that is passionate about helping students that are seeking higher education is hosting a gala in Huntsville next weekend to help...

Death of Dothan woman could be a murder case

What first appeared to be a traffic wreck that killed a Dothan woman could turn into a murder case. Investigators plan to present evidence related...

Dothan's Salvation Army gets new commanders

Dothan's Salvation Army chapter has new leaders. You may remember, Captain Chris Bryant was transferred last month. So, Austin and Tessa...

1898 Charlottesville lynching victim joins those honored at EJI soil collection

A group of 100 Charlottesville residents traveled to Montgomery to deliver soil from the site in which John Henry James lost his life.         

Alabama Power's Coosa River dam licenses fail to protect wildlife, court rules

The licensing process restarts for the seven dams licensed collectively as the Coosa River Project: Weiss, Neely Henry, Logan Martin, Lay, Mitchell,...

Soil from Virginia lynching site going to Alabama memorial

John Henry James was killed on July 12, 1898 a few miles from downtown Charlottesville, Virginia. CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The soil came up easily at...