Posted: 2:30 PM The American Civil Liberties Union and Planned Parenthood have filed suit in federal court challenging a new Alabama law placing stricter regulations on abortion clinics.
Posted: 2:17 PM Gov. Robert Bentley's administration is reviewing weekend roadblocks in St. Clair and Bibb counties where breath, blood and saliva samples were collected from motorists.
Updated: 1:48 PM DEA has reached an $80 million settlement with Walgreens.
Posted: 1:02 PM The Florida Department of Health wants swimmers to be cautious of a rare amoeba.
Updated: 8:07 PM Reform-minded House version of the Farm Bill seeks $20 billion in food stamp cuts.
Updated: 11:50 AM Former Lt. Michael Smith is one of four people charged in the 2010 death of inmate Rocrast Mack. His trial begins on Wednesday.
Posted: 3:22 PM U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions issued the following statement after voting against the final passage of the Senate Farm Bill.
Posted: 11:15 AM Dothan-area High School students recognized.
Updated: 12:04 PM Anyone with information about the pictured man is encouraged to contact to the Dothan Police Department.
Updated: 12:47 PM Dothan Police arrested and charged a Dothan woman with chemical endangerment of a child.
Posted: 10:34 AM Double red flags were posted Monday along the Florida Panhandle's beaches but that didn't stop people from swimming in the Gulf of Mexico.
Posted: 10:33 AM Beaches have been closed after four men died in rip currents over the weekend.
Posted: 10:24 AM 70-year-old Sandra Wilson received her law degree in May and is looking forward to starting a new career.
Updated: 12:48 PM Dothan Police have charged a resident with the robbery of a local Subway restaurant.
Updated: 10:18 AM Main Street between Geneva Highway and East Harrison Street will be closed in Enterprise tomorrow.
Posted: 10:16 AM The House will take up its version of the farm bill later this month.
Posted: 10:22 PM Monday night, the Houston County School Board decided to delay plans to give laptops to high school students in place of textbooks.
Updated: 10:54 PM 87-year-old Hayes Louis Dickens has been found alive. Dickens had been missing since Friday, June 7th..
Posted: 6:48 PM With sequestration on Capitol Hill, cuts were seen across the board.
Public education was no exception. Now the effects are being felt all the way in Ozark.
Updated: 6:36 PM Since the middle March, there have been a series of robberies in the Wiregrass.
Updated: 6:09 PM The robbery was allegedly a cover up for a suspect and employees to steal money that belonged to the restaurant.
Updated: 9:36 PM A tarp is all that protects a Cottonwood mobile home after winds lifted part of the roof and folded it on the other side last Friday.
Posted: 5:36 PM A local dancer leads by example
Posted: 5:32 PM Under Alabama law, Coffee County Revenue Commissioner Ronnie Burns gives his annual summary of the previous fiscal year...
Posted: 5:21 PM The supervisor of the Geneva State Forest says it's a great place to get connected with the Great Outdoors'.
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