Former Selma police detective Matthew Blaine Till and former Dallas County Sheriff's Deputy John Nicholas Taccone have been charged with felony assault after the April 30 incident.
Roderickus Lamar Singleton is accused of taking nearly $3000 from his restaurant before the alleged arson.
There's an unlikely frontrunner for the Heisman Trophy, a shakeup in the Big 12, defending champs going down in a loss, two ACC teams that can beat Clemson and a new set of weekly rankings, with a new No. 1.
The 2-year-old was playing in a house in Alabama when he picked up the weapon and fired it at the other child.
The cyclone left half a million people in Florida and Alabama without power this week, contributing to a historically active hurricane season.
Rabbi Scott Kramer of the Montgomery, Alabama synagogue Agudath Israel Etz Ahayem said that the attackers screamed, "F*** Jews" and "go back to the showers."
Baldwin County and Mobile County are the worst-affected in Alabama, with more than a combined 260,000 without power.
According to Poweroutage.US, over 440,000 residents were left without power, with at least 234,103 in Alabama, 204,410 in Florida and 5,406 in Mississippi.
"Catastrophic and life-threatening" flooding was likely along portions of the north-central Gulf Coast, the National Hurricane Center said.
Sally is forecast to produce 10 to 20 inches of rainfall, with isolated amounts of 30 inches, from the Florida Panhandle to the Alabama/Mississippi border.
Sally isn't a storm packing the heaviest winds for any Gulf Coast hurricane, but her rains and storm surge might make her unforgettable, even for the Gulf Coast.
The National Weather Service predicts 10 to 20 inches of rain across the region, with "historic flooding possible."
The NWS warns that historic flooding is possible and extreme life-threatening flash flooding is likely through Wednesday.
The storm is expected to bring "life-threatening" floods along the coastlines of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. Sally is expected to make landfall overnight into Tuesday morning.
Sally is the earliest 18th-named tropical storm to form in a single Atlantic hurricane season.
An Alabama Public Charter School Commission meeting was flooded with pornographic images and references to Adolf Hitler, moments after a group of elementary students exited the Zoom conference.
This is not the first time the department has released confusing figures in its coronavirus updates.
The school district's superintendent opted to postpone the game in the interest of keeping students safe, after the violent and racially motivated social media posts began circulating.
Several states in the Midwest, including Iowa and South Dakota, have reported an increase in new cases in recent weeks.
Notre Dame lurks as a top team, the SEC will be loaded with talent, Oklahoma is back—so is Texas—and the Big Ten is now saying it could join the party. That said, here's a preview of the 2020 season.
Barry Moore, a congressional candidate for Alabama's 2nd District, said Sunday that he plans to focus on positive messaging moving forward.
Recent data shows a declining number of patients hospitalized for COVID-19 in states reporting some of the country's highest diagnosis rates per capita.
Several school districts are resuming in-person instruction on Monday, while some that reopened earlier in August are already closing down again due to COVID-19 outbreaks.
Alabama head coach Nick Saban, Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh and Ohio State's Ryan Day have all called for college football to go ahead in the fall.
Washington state and Texas reported the highest increases in average positivity rates over the past two weeks.
The seven-day rolling average of daily new cases in Alabama has been mostly declining from around late July.
Authorities have asked Alabama Representative Will Dismukes to turn himself in on charges of felony theft, weeks after Dismukes incited national controversy by attending an event memorializing Nathan Bedford Forrest.
President Donald Trump currently leads presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden in South Carolina, Kentucky and Alabama, according to a recent poll.
Republican House Rep. Will Dismukes is facing widespread calls to resign from his position within the state legislature as well.