|Roy Moore predicts backlash over court's gay marriage ruling
Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore says the U.S. Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage has "destroyed the foundation of our country which is family," and he predicted a conservative Christian backlash.
|Confederate symbols still remain in Alabama's Capitol
The Confederate flag isn't completely gone from Alabama's Capitol.
|Alabama House members hold budget workday
Many state representatives who returned for a legislative workday on Alabama's general fund shortfall say there are no easy solutions to address the deficit.
|Hackleburg, Ala. making a comeback
The town of Hackleburg, Alabama will begin celebrating "Neighbors Day" Friday night and the event will go through the weekend. Video
|Man faces grand larceny, other felony charges
The arrest was made after a stolen vehicle was recovered earlier this month.
|Man convicted in cold case rape investigation
The Alabama Attorney General announced the conviction in the 2005 rape of a teenager in Marion County.
|Bentley declares state of emergency in Alabama
The declaration is in advance of winter weather.
Cards, candy, flowers will be among the gifts going out across the country next Saturday on Valentines Day. Video
|Federal judge strikes down gay-marriage ban in Alabama
Alabama became the latest state to see its ban on gay marriage fall to a federal court ruling Friday, as the issue of same-sex marriage heads to the U.S. Supreme Court.
|Family with sick child loses home to tornado
Saturday, storms swept through Hamilton, AL, bringing destruction right into the front yards of many. Video