Police in Tuscaloosa say a man was arrested after a hostage situation near the University of Alabama, and that all the hostages are reported unharmed.
A man who left his toddler son strapped into a car for seven hours alone on a boiling hot day has been found guilty of leaving him to die on purpose.
An African-American man in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, died after officers pepper-sprayed him when he resisted arrest, police said.
Deontay Wilder knocked Eric Molina out after nine rounds in Alabama to retain the WBC world heavyweight championship.
The search for survivors and the dead in the Oklahoma City suburb raked by a massive tornado was almost complete last night.
Seventeen people have been hurt – two critically – after a gunman fired into a crowded Alabama bar before shooting at people as they ran out.
“ROLL TIDE,” one of my fellow hill walkers Shane said out of nowhere as we came down off the Temescal Trail, north of Santa Monica.
PRESIDENT Barack Obama is pivoting from diplomacy on the world stage to the intimate and delicate domestic task of acting as healer-in-chief to a devastated community.
Charlie Sheen and Snoop Dogg are releasing their single 'Winning' tomorrow.
Charlie Sheen has set up a website to raise money for tornado victims in Alabama.
In a remarkable 36 hours of his presidency, Barack Obama carried a momentous secret but gave no hint of it as he consoled tornado victims, delivered a college commencement address and cracked jokes at a black-tie dinner.
Tornado victims in splintered Southern US towns have said volunteers are ensuring they are well fed and warm at night, whether by refilling blood pressure medicine or patrolling neighbourhoods in a grocery-filled pickup truck.
Church groups, students and other volunteers worked today to bring food, water and other necessities to communities in southern states ravaged by the second-deadliest day of tornadoes in US history.
The death toll from the devastating tornadoes that hit America’s south climbed to 337 today, making it the second-deadliest day for a tornado outbreak in US history.
US PRESIDENT Barack Obama has promised federal aid to the tornado-ravaged south after he got a close-up look at the “heartbreaking” impact of twisters that killed at least 328 people.
US president Barack Obama said he had "never seen devastation like this" as he viewed the wreckage left by tornadoes which killed almost 300 people in the US South.
At least 291 people have been killed across six states – more than two-thirds of them in Alabama – in America’s deadliest tornado outbreak in almost four decades.
TORNADOES and thunderstorms have carved a trail of destruction across the southern US, killing over 220 people in one of the country’s worst weather disasters in years, officials said.
The death toll from severe storms that roared across the US South has risen to 173, officials have said.
At least 85 people have died as storms devastated parts of the southern US.
US President Barack Obama declared an emergency today after a wave of tornado-spawning storms tore through the South, splintering buildings and killing more than 70 people in four states.
TWO men suspected of carrying out a dry run for a terrorist attack on an airliner were being questioned by police last night.
Two men suspected of carrying out a dry run for a terrorist attack on an airliner were being questioned by police today.
MILLABBEY COLT can underline his claims in the Golden Maverick A2 Stakes at Curraheen Park by taking the first of tonight’s semi-finals.
US president George Bush called on the United Nations to convene a session as soon as possible to deal with a UN report implicating Syrian officials in the assassination of former Lebanese prime minister Rafik Hariri.
A 74-year-old murderer became the oldest US inmate put to death in decades after courts and the governor refused to stop his execution.
History teacher Ken Senter has a plan to capture the horror of the September 11 terrorist attacks for his students in Tennessee. He’ll take them outside.
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