An Alabama man has more in common with ‘Breaking Bad’s critically acclaimed meth-dealer than just his name.
Why hosting a whites only pastor conference did not fly with the people of Winfield, Alabama.
Police are looking for the man they say shot and killed three people after a fight at a house party over the weekend.
Why critics say a law meant to protect kids from meth addicts is being used to limit women’s rights.
There’s something to be said for display cases, especially when you’re trying to show off your $30,000 crystal football. The University of Alabama learned that lesson on Saturday when an unsuspecting player’s father …
A line of tornados that swept through the Midwestern and southern U.S. Friday is responsible for at least 37 deaths across four states. Ohio, Alabama, Kentucky and Indiana were pummeled as raging thunderstorms stirred up …
He once vehemently warned the residents of Huntsville, Ala. to hide their kids and their wives using the (unintentional) power of song. Now he’s advising broken-hearted lovers to dry their tears. That’s right: Antoine Dodson …
With ticket sales down and other teams feeling snubbed, it might be time to reevaluate the Bowl Championship Series
It might be lesson one of putting together any ad spot: scrub away anything that might make your company look bad. Especially if your company already looks bad.
Monday night, cosmic lights illuminated the nighttime skies, sweeping across the nation from the very northern Canadian border to the southern states of Arkansas and Alabama, and to the eastern and western coasts.
Welcome to the first edition of what will be a new weekly feature here on NewsFeed. Each week, TIME’s Kayla Webley will fill you in on the goings on in the education world, everything from K-12 to higher ed.