Pittsburgh Steelers WR Chase Claypool Sends Jersey To Fan With DementiaSteelers WR Chase Claypool sent a signed jersey to a fan with dementia. The surprise made the super fan's day.
Report: Teen Killed Father, Critically Injured Brother After Being Told To Clean RoomAn Alabama teen allegedly killed his single father and critically injured his brother after he was asked to clean his room, according to the parents of the dead father.
'God, Guns, And Freedom': Car Dealership's Fourth Of July Promotion Goes ViralAn auto dealership in rural Alabama is celebrating the Fourth of July by offering a Bible, a gun and an American flag with every vehicle it sells.
Alabama Lawmakers Pass Legislation To Chemically Castrate Child MolestersA bill to chemically castrate sex offenders is just one signature away from being legal in Alabama.
$1 Million Of Cocaine, Marijuana Washes Up On Alabama BeachMore than $1 million worth of cocaine and marijuana washed up on an Alabama beach over the course of two days last week, but police still don't know where it came from.
Inmate Says She Has No Idea How She Got Pregnant While Jailed For 17 MonthsAn Alabama inmate charged with capital murder who became pregnant while incarcerated says she has no memory of having sex while in prison.
One In A Million! Incredibly Rare Yellow Cardinal SpottedA rare bird is taking the bird watching community by storm.
Video Shows Man With No Pants Fall Through Waffle House Ceiling Onto TableA man fell through the ceiling of a Waffle House restaurant in Tuscumbia, Alabama, Sunday in what police believe was a botched burglary.
Alabama Stopping In Pittsburgh For 50th Anniversary TourAward-winning country music band Alabama is bringing its 50th anniversary tour to Pittsburgh in 2019.
FDA: 38 Sickened, Including 4 In Ohio, From Tainted EggsEggs from Gravel Ridge Farms in Cullman, Alabama, have been linked to 38 cases of salmonella in seven states, the US Food and Drug Administration said Tuesday.
Alabama Pastor Cuts Up Nike Gear During Sermon, As Congregation Cheers, LaughsThe senior pastor in a Mobile, Alabama, church cut up articles of Nike clothing during a sermon in an apparent protest of former NFL player Colin Kaepernick's controversial ad campaign for the brand.