In the wake of Pope Benedict XVI announcing his resignation as pontiff, Catholics voice their opinions about the pope’s decision and the future of the Catholic Church.
As students crowd into the gym to fulfill their New Year’s resolutions, staff members say they don’t expect the crowds to last long.
A local nonprofit organization plans to bring a dog park with an artistic and educational twist to the Tuscaloosa area.
Monopoly introduces a new token to the game and makes Monopoly Gold Edition, featuring all old and new tokens, available to the public.
Which is better? Reading via e-reader or with a tangible book? The public gives their opinions on the subject.
Community Unity’s new “Take 30” campaign aims to reduce violence in the new year. The campaign urges the community to take 30 seconds to pray and contemplate any violent situation before acting.
Natalie Baine, a junior at Alabama from Roswell, Ga., passed away from injuries sustained in a car accident in Montgomery while she was returning from the BCS National Championship game in Miami, Fla. Baine was able to save the lives of four individuals across the
A former manager for the Summit Condominiums was arrested Saturday after allegedly stealing items from residents’ apartments. Some residents didn’t know they had been robbed until they were approached by police and are not satisfied with how management is handling the situation.
Using armslist.com, anyone in Alabama with Internet access can shop for weapons ranging from antique revolvers to modern assault rifles in their area and purchase them without submitting to a background check. It’s a practice that, because of what is know as the “gun-show loophole,”