An NCAA panel has approved a change to the targeting foul that would wipe out the 15-penalty when video review overturns the ejection of a player.More >> An NCAA panel has approved a change to the targeting foul that would wipe out the 15-yard penalty when video review overturns the ejection of a player.More >> WSFA 12 News has confirmed with the Alabama Department of Public Safety that an Alabama State Trooper was involved in a vehicle crash Thursday.Details are limited at this time, but authorities will sayMore >> An Alabama State Trooper was struck by a vehicle while directing traffic near Luverne Thursday night, according to the Alabama Department of Public Safety.
The victim who was killed in a traffic crash along Interstate 85 Wednesday morning is being identified by Alabama State Troopers.More >> A Montgomery church is mourning the loss of their senior pastor. The well-known leader was killed in a car accident on I-85. Now, the congregation at Aldersgate United Methodist Church is honoring his memory and work in the church. More >> Opelika police confirm a man was injured in an officer-involved shooting on Interstate 85 Thursday night. Capt. Bruce DeLong says an officer made contact with a vehicle that was reportedly driving extremelyMore >> Opelika police confirm a man was injured in an officer-involved shooting on Interstate 85 Thursday night.More >> A summary of action in the Alabama Legislature on Thursday, the 22nd meeting day of the regular session:More >> A summary of action in the Alabama Legislature on Thursday, the 22nd meeting day of the regular session:More >>
Federal District Judge Myron Thompson recommended in a December opinion that a "complete audit" be conducted by the Amdinistrative Office of Courts in Washington, D.C. on the jury-selection system in the Middle District of Alabama. There will be no audit, the question now is why?More >>
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Government attorneys have filed their sentencing memorandum in the corruption case of former Governor Don Siegelman and "The government asserts that Defendant Siegelman is deserving of and should receive a sentence of thirty years for the criminal conduct for which he was convicted..." The former governor had a few questions himself.More >> Attorneys for the government along with their sentencing memoranda filed May 25, 2007 concerning former Gov. Don Siegelman and businessman Richard Scrushy also filed motions with the court outlining why those sentences should fall above the range of the advisory sentencing guidelines.More >>