Warm, dry weekend continues

Seasonable temperatures last through Sunday, then we heat things back up!

JSU trustee board approves medical leave for schools President

Escaped inmate re-captured

Man convicted on 2018 assault charge where victim was shot in face

Alabama’s Million Dollar Band to perform in 2020 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

Arrest made after officers shot at in Birmingham

Missouri fugitive pursued by TV bounty hunter arrested in north Alabama

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Decatur man helps police catch group accused of stealing $15K of his tools

  Nice weekend, but heat cranks up again soon

Man accused of killing Tuscaloosa officer appears to repeat rap lyrics on his way to jail

  ASU students react to game day parking changes

Toddler struck and killed by school bus in Calhoun County

Inmate fatally stabbed at Ventress prison

  Dothan City Schools showcases safety upgrades

Safety upgrades start before teachers and parents even enter the building

  Former ADOC lieutenant charged in civil rights case denies wrongdoing

The indictment alleges former ADOC Lt. Willie Burks was acting as a supervisor and didn’t intervene as he watched Sgt. Ulysses Oliver beat a prisoner.

New leadership named for troubled central Alabama VA system

Changes are coming to the VA Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System, or CAVHCS.

Man who stole school bus in Alabama gets 8 years in prison

A Kentucky man who pleaded guilty to stealing a school bus in Alabama has been sentenced to eight years in prison

  Volunteers and fans welcome golfers at Guardian Tour

Pike County jury finds murder suspect not guilty

ADOC officer charged with trafficking controlled substances

6 arrested in drug raid at Opelika mobile home park

More than 50 cats available for adoption at Montgomery shelter

Gov. Ivey’s cancer treatment procedure ‘went well,’ her office says

Wetumpka offering amnesty for warrants of missed court dates

The Wetumpka Municipal Court is hosting an amnesty month forgiveness program.

  County Road 12: Perfect timing

Time is a funny thing. Sometimes you wish you could stop it, other times you’d love to fast forward.

Police: 19-year-old charged after burgers stolen during robbery

A 19-year-old is facing charges after police say he stole food from a Montgomery business during a robbery.

Zachary, La. man drowns during underwater-style marriage proposal

A dream vacation for a Louisiana couple took a devastating turn after a man drowned while proposing to his girlfriend.

Court: First Amendment protects “hate group” label

The judge ruled that the SPLC, a liberal watchdog organization, has a free-speech right to make the claim, but he didn't address whether a Christian ministry is a hate organization.

  2 arrested after rush-hour chase on I-65

Two suspects are in custody after a high-speed chase that started in Prattville Friday morning.

  MPS calls public meeting to consider creating 3 charter schools

Will Montgomery Public Schools turn three of its facilities into charter schools? It’s on the table.

Mmissing 65-year-old Dothan man found

Jimmie Syples, 65, has a history of strokes and may have dementia.

UPDATE: Calhoun Co. Jail releases mugshots of 9 men arrested in series of statutory rapes in Jacksonville

Commander Allen George with the Seventh Judicial Circuit Major Crimes Task Force says nine men have been charged with second-degree rape.

Houston County deputy injured in crash

Sheriff Donald Valenza said the officer had been pursuing a vehicle.

  Ala. farmers losing money due to drought

Agriculture is Alabama’s largest industry, bringing in about $70 billion per year.

  ADPH looks at possible cuts to county health departments, health officer says

Harris said the department will need to make up $8 to $9 million dollars. He said it is his goal to “reduce a little bit everywhere and maintain a presence everywhere.”

Traffic clear after crash past I-85 NB Union Street exit

A major crash on Interstate 85 northbound is causing delays in Montgomery.

Man convicted in 2016 Montgomery murder

A 2016 Montgomery murder case is closed. A jury has found the defendant, Antuan Johnson, guilty of shooting to death Gregory Keon Smith.

  Ala. Gov. Ivey to undergo treatment for lung cancer

Gov. Ivey will undergo treatment at UAB after doctors found a spot on her lungs.

  Nice through Sunday, then heat levels increase

Enjoy it while it's here! It won't last forever...

Selma hospital, doctors to pay $1.5M to settle whistleblower lawsuit

An investigation determined the illegal practice that led to the suit and settlement happened between 2009 and 2012.

  Symetra Tour golf pros visit cancer patients

Two professional golfers competing in the Guardian Championship took time out of their busy schedules on Thursday to visit with cancer patients.

Rain, no wind aided firefighters battling Greenville hotel blaze

Greenville firefighters, along with volunteer departments from Searcy and Liberty, responded to the fire at Baymont Inn & Suites.

Homicide case opened after man shot in August dies

A late August shooting has turned into a homicide investigation after the victim died on Sept. 10, according to the Montgomery Police Department.

Armed robber targets Luverne convenience store

Luverne police are searching for a man who robbed a convenience store early Thursday morning.

MPD announces ASU gameday parking changes

The Montgomery Police Department has announced changes to where fans can and cannot park on Alabama State football game days.

  Houston County Commissioners tweak budget before final vote

Houston County Commissioners are looking to add a few more manpower resources to the sheriff’s office’s budget.

28 charges filed against man in child pornography case

More than two dozen other charges have been filed against a Daleville man in a child pornography investigation.

Culverhouse donates $250,000 to Planned Parenthood clinic

Planned Parenthood has received a $250,000 donation for its new Birmingham clinic from a critic of Alabama's attempt to ban abortion

Authorities identify armed man shot by deputy at Jackson County Courthouse

Investigators say Fred Swearengin entered the courthouse armed with a handgun and was refused entry to the courthouse.

Ala. National Guard soldier charged after Dothan traffic stop

A member of the Alabama National Guard is facing drug charges after a traffic stop in Dothan.

  Bryant-Denny Stadium goes blue to remember fallen TPD Officer

For an an hour Wednesday night, the home of the Crimson Tide was lit up in blue to remember fallen Tuscaloosa Police officer Dornell Cousette.

  Officials: Greenville’s Baymont Inn & Suites was closed at time of fire

Greenville officials say the fire that consumed the Baymont Inn & Suites has been contained.

Hockey in the Capital City? It’s possible

Montgomery is already home to a minor league baseball team but could hockey be in our future? It’s on the table now.

  Golf clinic introduces children to the game at LPGA Guardian Tour in Prattville

Fourth and fifth-graders from Autauga Academy and Prattville Christian Academy got a crash course in golf 101.

  ALDOT widening interstate bridges in Macon County

The Alabama Department of Transportation is currently widening three bridges on Interstate 85 in Macon County.

2 Mulberry Street businesses damaged days apart

Two businesses on Mulberry Street were damaged in incidents days apart. One of the businesses was burglarized.

  Millions in grants go to civil rights churches, schools

National Parks Service awarded $3.4 million in grants to help preserve ten civil rights projects in Alabama.

  Cooler air arrives tonight!

Relief arrives tomorrow

Teen charged with shooting 15-year-old girl during argument

A 16-year-old has been arrested in the shooting of a 15-year-old girl Monday.

Montgomery Zoo’s pygmy hippo gives birth to extremely rare twins

The Montgomery Zoo and Mann Wildlife Learning Museum says its hippopotamus exhibit is growing.

  Elba coach could face 20 days paid administrative leave

The Elba City Schools superintendent is sharing more information after an Elba High School football coach was placed on administrative leave.

  NYT best-selling author Bob Goff to speak at Montgomery church

Goff, a popular speakers and international humanitarian, will speak from 6-7 p.m. in Frazer’s Wesley Hall.

Facility where woman was left in van negotiating with ADPH about future

An assisted living facility in Montgomery is in negotiations with the Alabama Department of Public Health to be able to close or sell the facility, according to ADPH.

Man charged in child pornography investigation

A Daleville man has been arrested in connection with an investigation into child pornography possession.

  Remembering Alabama Dance Theatre founder Kitty Seale

The founder of the Alabama Dance Theatre died Tuesday.

Former ADOC employee indicted for allowing inmate abuse

The other former and current corrections officers have already pleaded guilty to their roles in the incident.

Former Autauga County probate judge arrested on 4-count indictment

An Autauga County grand jury indicted Alfred Quinton Booth, 75, on four criminal counts on Aug. 30. He was arrested Wednesday.

Man charged with robbing Montgomery businesses at gunpoint

Police have charged a man they say robbed two Montgomery businesses at gunpoint.

Company paying $1,300 to watch 13 scary movies by Halloween

If Halloween is your favorite holiday, there’s a job out there for you that’s so perfect for you it’s terrifying.

  Psychiatrist charged in Lee County pill mill investigation arraigned on new counts

Lee County psychiatrist Dr. James Edwards was arraigned on a superseding indictment Wednesday.

APNewsBreak: Alabama man arrested in terrorism probe

FBI agents took Nayef Qashou into custody Monday. He's charged with lying to the FBI and destroying records.

3 more charged in Montgomery robbery, shooting

Three more people have been charged in connection to a robbery and shooting that took place in Montgomery.

ADPH investigates 15 probable cases of lung disease from vaping

The Alabama State Department of Health says 15 people in the state may have lung disease associated with vaping.

  Alabama investigators discuss meth lab bust in Mexico

U.S. Attorney Jay E. Town and DEA Assistant Special Agent in Charge Clay Morris gathered information from a recent covert trip to Mexico and the home of the Sinaloa Cartel.

  BBB: Scammers are hoping you’ll dial the wrong number

If you do dial a number that's just one number off, here's what may happen.

Man charged with capital murder in shooting death of Tuscaloosa police officer

20-year-old Luther Bernard Watkins has been arrested and charged with capital murder. He is currently being medically treated for injuries he received during the incident.

Woman survives being thrown out of moving car by abusive ex, now telling her story for other victims

A New Orleans woman survived severe domestic abuse, including being thrown from a moving vehicle on the Interstate. Now, Telva Wells is speaking out for the first time publicly and hoping to raise awareness, as well as money, for those struggling with abuse.

Mother says Huntsville apartment complex took advantage of teen son, won’t give money back

A Huntsville teen is stuck between his legal rights and money he feels an apartment complex is illegally keeping.

Hoover City Schools sued, lawsuit alleges first grader was sexually harassed

The Hoover City Schools system is facing a sexual harassment lawsuit involving a first grade female student. The school system filed a motion to dismiss.

  ‘This has been a very difficult year’: AG talks about Ala. officer deaths

Officer Cousette is now the fifth officer in Alabama to die just in 2019 while on duty.

Former Tuscaloosa D.A. resigns from board of pardons and paroles

Former Tuscaloosa County District Attorney Lyn Head has resigned as chair of the board of pardons and paroles.