The suspect in a 2013 Prattville homicide case asked a judge Wednesday to withdraw his not guilty plea and replace it with a guilty plea to manslaughter. Autauga County Circuit Court Judge John Bush agreedMore >> The suspect in a 2013 Prattville homicide case asked a judge Wednesday to withdraw his not guilty plea and replace it with a guilty plea to manslaughter. Autauga County Circuit Court Judge John Bush agreed to the Joseph Nolin's request.More >> The independent U.N. commission on Syrian war crimes says the Islamic State group has committed crimes against humanity with its attacks on civilians in two cities in the country's north and west.More >> The mother of a hostage American journalist pleaded for his release Wednesday in a video directed at the Islamic State group, while new images emerged of mass killings, including masked militants shooting kneeling men...More >> Kenny Adams was found guilty Wednesday of the murder of his cousin during an argument over borrowed DVDs.More >> Kenny Adams was found guilty Wednesday of the murder of his cousin during an argument over borrowed DVDs.More >> Selma police say two people were injured in a drive-by shooting Tuesday afternoon. Officers responded to the 1500 block of Philpot Avenue after receiving a report of shots fired around 2:45 p.m. Lt.More >> Selma police say no arrests have been made, but suspects are being interviewed in connection to a drive-by shooting that injured two people Tuesday afternoon.
A man who authorities are now calling a serial killer opened fire on Los Angeles-area streets for five straight days until he was finally arrested, police said.More >> A man accused of going on a five-day rampage of serial shootings in the Los Angeles area made his first court appearance Wednesday on charges that could lead to the death penalty.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 >>
WSFA EXCLUSIVE -- The meeting with the probation office lasted approximately three hours Monday afternoon and WSFA was the only news organization on hand to talk to the former governor and his attorneys in person immediately following the meeting.More >>