Tuesday Aug 19
Here are 2 ways Alabama prisons are attracting more people to work as correctional officers
"I had been on the military side, and now I want to be on the civilian side for a time," he said.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Man charged in Huntsville church pantry slayings now also facing unrelated rape, sodomy charges
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama -- The man charged with fatally stabbing two brothers at a church food pantry in 2013 is now facing additional charges of rape and sodomy in an unrelated case.
Thu Jun 05, 2014
Man charged in Huntsville church pantry slayings had life sentence overturned in 2001
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama -- The man charged in the slaying of two elderly brothers last summer at a church food pantry avoided a life sentence for a 1997 robbery after the Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals overturned the life term on procedural grounds.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
As old as they are, Alabama's state prisons are newer than most
In 2008 a bipartisan state panel found the conditions at Tutwiler Prison for Women to be "deplorable" and "inhumane" and looked forward to plans to tear it down and replace it the following year.
Mon Jul 29, 2013
ADOC believes suspects broke into Draper prison, stole laptops and weapons
Normally when it comes to prisons, people attempt to break out of them. That was not this case this morning at Draper Correctional Facility when someone broke in to several areas and stole laptops and multiple weapons.