Wednesday Apr 2
E-textbook bill passes hurdle, heads to House
A bill that would allow the state to issue up to $100 million in bonds to replace paper textbooks with electronic ones was on its way Wednesday to the Alabama House of Representatives for a vote.
Alabama's offbeat water towers, from fun to functional
Some Alabama towers are whimsical, including a smiley-face tank in Butler and a bug sculpture attached to the leg of the Lowe Mill tower in Huntsville B y their definition, water towers are functional.
5 to be interviewed for office of municipal court judge
The City Council will interview five finalists for the office of presiding municipal court judge tonight starting at 7. Council President Donnie Miller said the council will not make a decision today, however.