There has been no Hispanic news in the Wiregrass but Poder 700 is changing that.
We use it to catch up with friends and family. But, the Headland Police Department is using it to connect with criminals.
Veterans Health Care System leaders are reaching out. They want to find out how they can better serve veterans.
For nearly a century and a half, White Oak Pastures has made a big impact in the community. They want to help residents even more by educating the public on organics.
As summer approaches, finding activities to keep your children busy can be a task but As News 4's Muriel Bailey tells us there's a lot they can do this summer at the library.
A financial expert says the outlook for Alabama's prepaid college tuition plan has turned around since the state's highest court ruled the program can pay tuition at fall 2010 rates rather than current rates.
Thrift shop season bumps up during the summer. It's easy on your wallet, and fun for the children.
The Army psychiatrist charged in the deadly 2009 Fort Hood shooting rampage says he wants to represent himself at his upcoming trial.
Attorney General Eric Holder says four American citizens have been killed in drone strikes since 2009.
An investigation by the Department of Justice has found civil rights problems at a Panhandle Jail.
Doctors throughout Alabama have gotten notices from the State Department of Health about the unidentified respiratory illness that has killed two and hospitalized five more.
The Senate has rejected a Republican amendment to turn the federal food stamp program over to the states.
Cougars Honored at Annual Baseball Banquet.
Area Competitors Shine in Troy.
Jaguars Jump on Trojans Early in 10-2 Win.
Aggies Shutout Commodores 5-0.
Crimson Tide Drops into Loser's Bracket in Hoover.
Trojans Hold Off Late Red Wolves Rally for Tournament Opening Win.
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