3 hrs ago
Alabama schools get authority to hire security
Sen. President Pro Tem Del Marsh, R-Anniston, right, confers with other lawmakers, including Sen.
8 hrs ago
Three hours to go: Senate has dozens of bills left, including campaign finance revisions
Sen. Del Marsh, left, R-Anniston, talks with Rep. Jay Love, R-Montgomery, on the Senate floor on the last day of the regular session Monday, May 20, 2013, at the Alabama State House in Montgomery, Ala.
12 hrs ago
Montgomery professor recaps her thoughts on last week's episode of HGTV's 'House Hunters'
MONTGOMERY, Alabama -- During last week's episode of HGTV's " House Hunters ," Auburn University at Montgomery professor Clara Young brought a touch of southern sass to the series while browsing homes in Montgomery.
Mon May 20, 2013
Gun Rights, School Vouchers Top Alabama Legislature's Last Day
State lawmakers are in the final hours of the 2013 legislative session. We're told it could go all the way to midnight, but two major stories have already emerged from the Capitol.
Songwriter Beth Nielsen Chapman's concert at Montgomery's Capri Theatre rescheduled for June 29
MONTGOMERY, Alabama -- Songwriter Beth Nielsen Chapman will perform a benefit show on June 29 at the Capri Theatre in Montgomery.
Project Gallery: Aliceville - Federal Correctional Institution and Satellite Camp
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Sun May 19, 2013
The Montgomery Advertiser
Groups gather at Freedom Rides Museum
The daughter of a civil rights activist, a Freedom Rider and more than a dozen youngsters with a lot to learn about "the movement" met at the old Greyhound bus station in Montgomery on Saturday.
The Montgomery Advertiser
Al Benn's Alabama: AUM professor retires after making impact for 40 years in classroom
When Brad Moody left Texas for Alabama and a political science position at Auburn Montgomery in 1972, he figured he'd hang around for a year or two before moving on.
Manic Monday: Legislators return for busy final day of legislative session
MONTGOMERY, Alabama -- Legislators return Monday for a jam-packed final day of the legislative session with key votes looming on campaign finance, state borrowing, guns in workplace parking lots and the drug testing of welfare recipients.
Sat May 18, 2013
The Decatur Daily
A return to Goat Hill with cheap labor
For those who don't know, Goat Hill is the name of the former pasture where the Alabama state Capitol now stands in Montgomery.
Beer lovers turn out for River Bend Brewfest and River Jam in Montgomery on Saturday
Crowds gathered at Riverfront Park on May 18, 2013, to enjoy their favorite Alabama beers and take in some live music at the River Bend Brewfest and River Jam in Montgomery.
Man accused of shooting wife in Montgomery's 24th homicide of the year
MONTGOMERY, Alabama -- A Montgomery man faces murder charges after police say he shot his wife in the 3900 Block of Oak Street last night.
Samford University graduates urged to have faith in themselves, others, God
"Faith in yourself is important - especially when no one else shares your vision and dreams," the Rev.
Montgomery fire fighter involved in 140 mph high speed chase in Lowndes County
MONTGOMERY, Alabama -- A Montgomery fire fighter is charged with Attempting to Elude Law Enforcement and Reckless Endangerment charges after a high speed chase in Lowndes County, according to WSFA .
Fri May 17, 2013
Senate Democrats urge Bentley to repeal, not delay, Alabama Accountability Act tax credits
Sen. Billy Beasley, D-Clayton, and other members of the Alabama Senate Democratic Caucus call for the repeal of private school tax credits established by the Alabama Accountability Act.
Is Robert Bentley unbeatable in 2014?
Answer: Everybody's vulnerable. But the candidate viewed as the longest of long shots in 2010 now stands as a heavy favorite for re-election. That was the clear consensus of a variety of Alabama lawmakers, political consultants, campaign gurus and pollsters, when I asked them to gauge Bentley's prospects for winning a second term.
Alabamaa s Lane Is Head Of The Pack At Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Southern Open
The bass were also part of the welcoming committee. Limits were the norm for the majority of the anglers.
Thu May 16, 2013
Intermountain Jewish News
Rosa Parks, ADL, kosher food
Parks, of course, was the courageous lady who began the Montgomery, Alabama bus boycott in 1955, a seminal event - both symbolic and effective - in the history of the Civil Rights movement.
Psychic John Edwards set to take the stage at Montgomery Performing Arts Centre in June
MONTGOMERY, Alabama -- Psychic John Edwards will communicate with the dead and predict the future at the Montgomery Performing Arts Centre at 7 p.m. on June 11.
Violent crime in city of Montgomery up 25 percent; agencies working to get to root of the problem
MONTGOMERY, Alabama -- Violent crime in the city of Montgomery is up in 2013 as evident by the numerous reports of homicides, shootings and robberies.