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WASHINGTON - A cow in Alabama has tested positive for mad cow disease, the Agriculture Department said Monday, confirming the third U.S. case of the brain-wasting ailment.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. - Alabama Gov. Bob Riley called for a travel boycott of Aruba on Tuesday until authorities on the Dutch Caribbean island cooperate more fully with the family of a Mountain Brook teenager who has been missing since a graduation trip in May.
Alabama Gov. Bob Riley gestures during a news conference with Jug Twitty, left, and Beth Holloway Twitty, the mother of missing teen Natalee Holloway, Tuesday.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Alabama vaulted past Arizona on Thursday with what is being called the most restrictive law in the nation against illegal immigration, requiring schools to find out if students are in the country lawfully and making it a crime to knowingly give an illegal immigrant a ride.
PASADENA, Calif. — Hanging onto a precarious three-point lead and with momentum on the other side, linebacker Eryk Anders made sure the championship wouldn't slip away. Anders forced a fumble on his blindside sack of Texas backup quarterback Garrett Gilbert with 3:02 left Thursday night to help the top-ranked Crimson Tide hold on for a 37-21 victory in the BCS title game.
Alabama quarterback Greg McElroy (12) leaps into tight end Baron Huber's arms to celebrate running back Trent Richardson's 49-yard touchdown during Thursday's BCS national championship game against Texas in Pasadena, Calif. Jan. 7, 2010.
NEW YORK — Mark Ingram completed the trophy case at Alabama, delivering the first Heisman to a school that boasts one of the richest histories in college football.
Alabama running back Mark Ingram speaks after being named the 75th Heisman Trophy winner on Saturday, Dec. 12, 2009, in New York.
ATLANTA — Mark Ingram and Greg McElroy sliced up the fearsome Florida defense and Tim Tebow finally met his match, no matter how hard he tried to fire up his teammates.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — A newborn boy abducted by a knife-wielding woman posing as an immigration agent was safe Saturday and being held by child welfare officials as authorities charged a woman with his kidnapping.
Three Scottsdale area science teachers are preparing for lift-off this weekend, after being selected to join teachers from around the world at a national space academy program.
SPACE SKILLS: Bill Gardner, a seventh-grade science teacher at Supai Middle School in Scottsdale, will attend a space academy and hopes to get new ideas to inspire his students.
MOSSES, ALA. - For Chlorine Shufford and others in the isolated Alabama community of Mosses, life hasn’t changed much in nearly a century. Believed to be in her 90s, Shufford lives down a dirt road in a four-room house with bare wooden floors where she raised her children.
LIFE CHANGE: Chlorine Shufford signs for the food that Sister Ann Chaput, right, delivered to her home Dec. 19 in Mosses, Ala.
BOLIGEE, Ala. - The front of the sanctuary was in flames, and smoke was pouring from the windows of Morning Star Baptist Church when Johnny Archibald arrived to a grimly familiar scene in Alabama.
An agent from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms investigates the remains of the Morning Star Baptist church Tuesday near Boligee, Ala., after a fire destroyed the structure earlier that morning.
Vanderbilt coach Kevin Stallings and Alabama coach Mark Gottfried shared an unexpected laugh on the phone Monday morning.
The decision by a federal judge Wednesday to reject challenges by an Alabama county to the Voting Rights Act likely will mean a similar fate for Arizona’s lawsuit, state Attorney General Tom Horne said.