Frozen embryos created during fertility treatments can be considered children under Alabama state law, the state’s Supreme Court ruled Friday.
Christopher Eugene Sanspree Jr., a 23-year-old officer from the Montgomery Police Department, faces six misdemeanor charges for allegedly placing false emergency calls, a practice known as "swatting."
A radio tower stolen in Alabama has investigators scratching their heads: "I thought I had seen it all."
A man put to death using nitrogen gas shook and convulsed on the gurney as Alabama carried out the first-of-its-kind execution that once again placed the United States at the forefront of the debate over capital punishment.
Alabama has executed a man with nitrogen gas, putting him to death with a first-of-its-kind method that once again put the U.S. at the forefront of the debate over capital punishment.
Nikki Haley is facing new criticism in the opening moments of the fourth debate for Republican presidential hopefuls.
A 3-month-old boy was killed as his parents tried to rescue the baby from the family pet, a hybrid animal that was part dog, part wolf, authorities said.
A five-year-old in Alabama was found dead in a laundry hamper, with those close to her describing her as a "precious, smart and inquisitive child," police said.
"Even as hard as it is to hear, it still not as torturous as the not knowing. It was time for me to know," Natalee Holloway's mother said of hearing the details of Joran van der Sloot's confession.
An Alabama judge has found Carlee Russell, the woman who allegedly faked her own abduction in July, guilty of two misdemeanor charges.
An Alabama death row inmate who beat a minister's wife to death for a $1,000 payout and survived lethal injection last year is fighting the state's decision to kill him with nitrogen hypoxia.
A woman who recorded a widely-seen video of the Alabama boat brawl says she pulled out her phone because it “was nuts that the gentleman wouldn’t move their pontoon boat two feet forward so we could park."
Carlee Russell could face multiple misdemeanor charges that carry a maximum punishment of a year in jail.
Alabama police found cocaine, Oxycontin and guns within the child's reach.
Charges that could be filed in Alabama against Carlee Russell carry a maximum one-year prison sentence.
Carlee Russell, the Alabama woman who was reported missing after calling 911 to report a toddler walking along the interstate, reportedly fabricated the whole story, according to her attorney.
Barber's death was the first execution carried out in Alabama this year after the state temporarily halted them in November.
In a new interview, Carlee Russell's parents say that she "fought for her life" after disappearing on the side of an Alabama highway.
The loved ones of Carlee Russell say they are exhausted but thanking God that she's back home and safe two days after she disappeared while stopping to check on a child on the side of an Alabama interstate.
"Carlee" Nichole Russell returned home late Saturday night after a two-day search.