Friday, August 29 2014 12:38 AM EDT2014-08-29 04:38:31 GMT
The Capitol Heights Middle School student who was injured while crossing Atlanta Highway and Federal Drive earlier this week was still in critical condition Thursday night. But several of his peers andMore >>
One school made a special check presentation during halftime of the Capitol Heights Middle School and Brewbaker Middle School football game Thursday night.More >>
Friday, August 29 2014 12:13 AM EDT2014-08-29 04:13:14 GMT
A group of Alabama citizens are inside the Alabama Capitol building, according to a statement from state senator Hank Sanders (D-Selma), and say they do not intend to leave the premises.More >>
Seven protesters were arrested Thursday night after refusing to leave the Alabama State Capitol building after it closed, according to Anna Morris, a spokesperson for the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency. More >>
Thursday, August 28 2014 11:44 PM EDT2014-08-29 03:44:14 GMT
The Montgomery County District Attorney is voicing his concerns about dangerous criminals being able to work out in the community but the Department of Corrections is firing back, saying that the workMore >>
The Montgomery County District Attorney is voicing his concerns about dangerous criminals being able to work out in the community but the Department of Corrections is firing back, saying that the work release program saves the state millions of dollars and prepares inmates for life after prison.More >>
Thursday, August 28 2014 10:46 PM EDT2014-08-29 02:46:43 GMT
At long last, football season is here! High school games kick off Thursday and college gameday is Saturday.Here in Alabama every year around this time, people gear up for the tailgates, food, and of course,More >>
The action on the gridiron leads to big money for businesses and the city of Montgomery.More >>
Thursday, August 28 2014 10:41 PM EDT2014-08-29 02:41:27 GMT
An outdoor learning lab at Coosada Elementary School in Millbrook has created a science lesson no one planned to teach.As many as 12 snakes have been spotted over the last week. In the hall and even sunbathingMore >>
An outdoor learning lab at Coosada Elementary School in Millbrook has created a science lesson no one planned to teach.More >>
A new study suggests married couples who drink equally are less likely to get a divorce.
The findings were that couples who drink the same amount of alcohol are more likely to stay together.
The study, out of Norway, suggests that when one person in the couple gets drunk regularly and the other person drinks less, the couple is more likely to not work out, says MSN Now.
Research also said divorce was more likely to occur when both people in a relationship drink heavily.
The highest divorce rates were found in couples where the woman drank more than the man.