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TUSCALOOSA — The ruthless clanging of cowbells reverberating throughout his skull were only part of the reason Dylan Moses’ head was spinning last November.

Alabama’s state climatologist is either a groundbreaking scientist or an academic outlier whose beliefs about man-made climate change are not only against scientific consensus, but also potentially dangerous for the

AUBURN — The four games scheduled to kick off the 2018 college football season this Saturday — Duquesne at UMass, Prairie View at Rice, Hawaii at Colorado State and Wyoming

U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers represents a congressional district that typifies east Alabama: small cities, lots of agriculture and manufacturing jobs and way too many pockets of poverty.

The inference that Jacksonville’s R-1 homeowners are somehow disloyal to Jacksonville State University is absolutely false. We love this outstanding university and its students, attending its athletic events, theater, concerts,

Re “The core principles of journalism”(Editorial, Aug. 16):

JACKSONVILLE — Jacksonville State coach John Grass doesn’t want to tip his hand. He has two new quarterbacks competing for the starting job, so he has no desire to help

The 13th annual festival, organized by the Jacksonville Christian Outreach Center, Jacksonville State University and the city of Jacksonville, is set for 6-8 p.m. on Mountain Street outside JSU Stadium.

Editor's note: High school football practice is under way, and Anniston Star Sports Writer Joe Medley has grabbed his pen, notebook, recorder and cell phone as he hits the road

If you are a fan of college football, and if you care about the players who thrill us on fall Saturdays, you need to read this column written by Sally

Recently, I wrote about Alfa’s influence in Alabama politics. In my Aug.; 8 column, I said the

In Keyes v. Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC, No. 17-cv-11492, 2018 WL 3914707 (E.D. Mich. Aug. 16, 2018), the Eastern District of Michigan determined that...

The two new businesses are part of a larger organized effort to successfully recruit businesses to Cleburne County, according to economic developer Tanya Maloney. She said that less than five

Alabama State University is hosting Montgomery’s 16th annual Black Film Festival on August 24 and 25. The films are showing at ASU’s Levi Watkins Learning Center on Friday and at the Capri Theatre on Saturday. So what’s playing at this year’s Black Film Festival? On Friday, the smattering of films available for visitors include a …