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Alabama: Krystal Hancock identified as woman killed in attempted murder suicide, shot by Ben Allen
A woman in Baldwin County Alabama was killed Wednesday evening after being involved in an alleged murder-suicide attempt. Authorities have now identified the woman as Krystal Rose Renee Hancock.
Jalen Hurts draws standing ovation at Alabama graduation (Video)
It’s highly unlikely that Jalen Hurts will be starting under center for the Crimson Tide in their College Football Playoff game against Oklahoma, now that Tua Tagovailoa has been practicing and appears to be getting healthy, but he’s still provided the team with plenty of big-time throws and strong
Alabama teen missing for over a month spotted getting into RV in Georgia
LAGRANGE, Ga. — Police in west Georgia believe they may have spotted a missing teen not seen since October. Darren Earles vanished after leaving Valley High School in Valley, Alabama on Oct. 25. However, on Saturday just before 1 p.m., Earles was seen getting into an RV at the LaGrange, Georgia Walm
Alabama quarterbacks and UAB coach have heart
ComebackTown is published by David Sher to create a more prosperous metro Birmingham. David Sher is Co-Founder of AmSher Compassionate Collections and past Chairman of Birmingham Regional Chamber of Commerce, ONB, and CAP.
Reward Offered in 2017 Wilcox Co. Cold Case
From the West Alabama Newsroom– — Authorities in Wilcox County are hoping a $5000 dollar reward will help them solve an unsolved murder. District Attorney Michael Jackson says 50 year old Curtis Crear shot and killed in June of 2017.
Fitness chain looks to expand into Alabama
Anytime Fitness is looking to expand throughout Alabama in 2019. The fitness franchise currently has 33 locations in Alabama, with more on the way. A Monroeville location is set to open this month, and three other cities - Dothan, Huntsville and Saraland - are scheduled for next year.
Guilty plea entered in 2012 murder case
A capital murder case that has dragged on for six years came to an end last week when the defendant entered a “best interest” guilty plea to murder and received a 15- year sentence.
Win an ‘8×8’ at Christmas Gala
The Grove Hill Cultural Arts Center will host a “Christmas Gala” Thursday, Dec. 6 after the Christmas parade, from 5 until 7 p.m. Attendees can register for a drawing for 8 inch x 8 inch paintings by local artists shown here. Raffle tickets for art and drawings for other prizes will also be held. Th
Alabama elementary school bus driver buys McDonald’s breakfast for students when ice delays school opening
One generous Alabama school bus driver has gone viral for purchasing 50 McDonald’s breakfast biscuits for his elementary school students when icy roads delayed the school’s opening, so that the youngsters would not go hungry in class.
This is the least-healthy city in Alabama
Alabama has a health problem. The state is historically ranked among the least-healthy in the country, with high rates of heart disease and obesity and low percentages of people who exercise and have healthy diets.
WATCH: 2019 QB Paul Tyson takes part in Alabama's Orange Bowl practice
Arguably the biggest legacy commitment in Alabama football history has landed in Tuscaloosa. Paul Tyson, the great-grandson of Bear Bryant, is already practicing with the Crimson Tide.
Christmas Lights, Peace on Earth
It seems fitting to begin our journey into the past via the pages of The Thomasville Times with a note about Christmas that is relevant to this date. On December 3, 1947, The Times had a small item that said, “If nothing happens, Pete Brantley will have the Christmas lighting project finished by Sat
New Injury Update For Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa
Alabama is gearing up for yet another College Football Playoff appearance. The Tide kicked off practice this week and there was a significant update that came out of the media availability.
The Two Faces of Lummie Jenkins
The people of Wilcox County, Alabama, rememberSheriff Lummie Jenkinsas a god or a monster—it just depends on who you ask... They remember in 1962, as the push for black voter registration began 40 miles away in Selma, how the county shut down the Gee’s Bend ferry, turning what had been a short passa
Alabama’s Westervelt Co. plans Clarke County lumber mill with 125 jobs
Gov. Kay Ivey and officials of Tuscaloosa-based Westervelt Co. today announced that the company will build a new lumber mill in Clarke County, creating 125 jobs. The 134-year-old Alabama company is expanding its wood products manufacturing business through the construction of the new mill, which wil
Flying Bricks and Dickens Carolers to perform Christmas concert
The Arts Council of Thomasville will present its 2018 Christmas concert “Christmas Traditions” on Saturday, Dec. 15, 7 p.m., in the Bedsole Theatre at the Thomasville Civic Center. The concert will feature the Flying Bricks Community Band and Dickens Carolers. The program will feature many long-time
Alabama man convicted of killing couple next door in 2015
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Prosecutors say a man who killed a couple next door, believing they were responsible for breaking into his home, has been found guilty by an Alabama jury.
Black D.A. Kicked Off Alabama Mall Shooting Investigation Because of Old Facebook Photo
As protests cripple the affluent Alabama town where a police officer shot and killed a black man on Thanksgiving night, the state’s attorney general has taken over the investigation, removing the first black man to serve as district attorney in the state’s largest county.
The 10 Largest Cities In Alabama
The state of Alabama is located in the southeastern United States, and is sometimes referred to as the Yellowhammer State, which is the state bird, "The Heart of Dixie," or "The Cotton State." Alabama covers an area of 52,419 square miles and has a population of approximately 4,858,979, making it th
Alabama gets federal assistance to help take drug dealers, drugs off the streets
In the state’s ongoing fight against the drug epidemic, Gov. Kay Ivey has put federal funds in the hands of law enforcement in hopes of reducing illegal drug use in the state by arresting those who buy or sell illegal drugs or falsely obtain prescription drugs.