The Alabama Legislature passed a sweeping revision to Medicaid that replaces the way the program delivers and pays for care with regional managed care operators.
Posted: 5:11 PM
Choctaw County commissioners have approved a resolution that could ultimately change the way that government operates there.
Updated: 7:50 PM
A west Alabama county commissioner attended his first official county meeting since his recent arrest.
Updated: 3:05 PM
A weekly survey shows another drop in gas prices, though it appears the rate of the drop is slowing.
Posted: 6:56 PM
Efforts by some Alabama legislators to put new restrictions on payday loans and title loans failed in the 2013 session.
Posted: 12:11 PM
A group of concerned citizens says it is not giving up on their mission of changing local government.
Posted: 11:04 PM
Budgets priority for Alabama lawmakers.
Posted: 3:25 PM
Alabama's Widest Yard Sale returning for 2nd year.
Posted: 3:22 PM
Alabama Legislature cracks down on painkiller abuse.
Posted: 2:38 PM
Alabama finance director taking Birmingham job.
Updated: 2:49 PM
Bill eases voting in Alabama for emergency workers.
Posted: 2:21 PM
A Sumter Central High School student is one of 1,000 students from across the nation to receive the Gates Millennium Scholarship.
Updated: 7:07 PM
A suspect in the kidnapping of 6-year-old Jashayla Hopson, Jesse Mae Brown Pollard, has been denied bond in federal court in Jackson.
Updated: 8:13 AM
There's a verdict in a homicide trial in Choctaw County, Alabama. A jury has found Kenny Smith not guilty.
Updated: 11:52 PM
A case that involves a repossession gone bad is expected to be handed to a West Alabama jury today.
Updated: 8:08 AM
A mock 'fairy tale trial' in Livingston was used as a teaching tool for children in Sumter County.
Updated: 10:54 PM
The missing Kemper County child has been found and the alleged kidnapper has been apprehended.
Updated: 11:06 PM
'Freedom Riders for Voting Rights' are making a pilgrimage through Mississippi and Alabama.
Updated: 7:29 PM
A newly formed group in west Alabama is intensifying its push for changes in how local government operates.
Updated: 7:14 PM
A jury was chosen today in the case of a repossession gone bad. It's the second trial for the suspect. He's accused in the shooting death of a Choctaw County man whose car he was trying to repossess.
Updated: 3:02 PM
A week after the arrest of an elected official in west Alabama, a group is calling for more accountability in local government.
Updated: 3:02 PM
Cong. Terri Sewell hosted a workforce development seminar at UWA to help people in her district find employment.
Updated: 3:03 PM
The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected Alabama's appeal to revive portions of a state immigration law.
Updated: 10:14 AM
A local sheriff says the arrest of a county commissioner is nothing personal.
Updated: 11:37 PM
Plans are being made already for the 13th Annual Antique Alley and Yard Sale.
Updated: 7:09 PM
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