A judge in Alabama has scheduled a hearing for a man charged in gunfire that sparked a fatal police shooting which set off weeks of protests near Birmingham.
Montana authorities have identified the person who died when a sport utility vehicle crashed into the snowmobile he was riding as a 60-year-old man from Alabama.
Hundreds of mourners are saluting the legacy of the first African-American to lead a Catholic diocese in the 20th century as he's laid to rest in Mississippi.
A federal judge says an Alabama police department violated the Constitution by routinely impounding and searching the vehicle of every driver it arrests.
An investigator with an Alabama sheriff's office has sued, saying she was demoted after she complained about sexual misconduct involving the chief deputy.
A judge has dismissed an Alabama mayor's lawsuit against his city's council, the latest development in a power struggle over who can appoint department heads and control spending.
A woman has pleaded not guilty to charges related to the death of her 6-month-old son, whose body was found last summer in an Alabama motel room freezer.
An Alabama civil rights museum is apologizing for the discord that resulted from its decision to rescind a human rights award to political activist Angela Davis.
An Alabama county has approved a $4 million incentive plan for Airbus as the European aircraft maker is set to start building a factory near its existing plant there.
Services are being held for a former Birmingham mayor who died just days after being released from federal prison, where he served time for bribery.
One police sergeant was killed and another officer critically wounded in a shooting as they investigated a suspected car burglary in Alabama's largest city.
An Alabama-based chiropractor, who was accused in a scheme to conduct fraudulent physical examinations on prospective long haul truckers and submit false documents to federal transportation regulators, has been sentenced...
The Alabama Supreme Court is rejecting a Montgomery police officer's claim that he's immune from prosecution in the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man.
The partial government shutdown has forced suspension of federal work at the nation's Superfund sites unless it is determined there is an "imminent threat" to life or property.
The government shutdown has shuttered popular Atlanta tourist attractions tied to the life of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. but won't derail 10 days of events leading up to Jan. 21 - the federal holiday honoring the...