Alabama Supreme Court rules out paying back sales taxes.
Kelley Castlin-Gacutan out after 16 months as head administrator of Birmingham City Schools.
Federal complaint alleges that insurance providers in seven states, including Alabama, used discriminatory practices when setting the cost of HIV and Hepatitis C medication.
As a longtime city leader in Troy died earlier this month, her role in the current state of the Alabama Democratic Party is nearly forgotten.
The singer-songwriter will perform at the Freshwater Land Trust’s Land Aid on Friday, September 16.
The Sixteenth Street Baptist Church commemorates the deadly event that rocked the nation in 1963.
The first episode of Weld for Birmingham's podcast features an interview with Mayor William Bell.
A constitutional amendment might have died in the 2016 special legislative session, but calls for an Alabama lottery aren’t going away.
Sportscaster Eli Gold talks 'Crimson Nation' and speculates on the team’s upcoming season.
The libertarian Cato Institute think tank finds few economic regulations here — but says personal freedoms being infringed upon.
Birmingham to host a three-day conference on economic redevelopment.
New provision would require breweries to record personal information of consumers.
Why does Alabama have such dismal statistics when it comes to teen sexual behavior?
Polls indicate that we still live in a red state, but two presidential campaigns are looking at Alabama in the long-term.
Comments and reflections from Alabama delegates to history-making event.