Tagolvailoa, No. 1 Tide Roll Past No. 24 Texas A&M 47-28Tua Tagovailoa threw four touchdowns and Alabama's offense kept rolling in the Tide's first game at No. 1 this season with a 47-28 victory over No. 24 Texas A&M on Saturday.
Family Tradition: Hank Williams Jr. Offers Reward For Grandfather's ShotgunCountry music star Hank Williams Jr. is offering a $6,000 reward for his grandfather's missing shotgun.
Pence Calls For Landing US Astronauts On Moon 'By Any Means Necessary'Vice President Mike Pence is calling for landing astronauts on the moon within five years.
Searches Resume After Tornado Kills At Least 23 In AlabamaRescuers are tearing through the rubble of mobile homes and houses in search of survivors of a tornado that rampaged through Alabama and killed at least 23 people.
Alabama Competitor Sues New Buc-ee's Location In Gas Price DisputeLast month Buc-ee's, the Texas-based company with the buck-toothed cartoon beaver mascot, opened its first location outside of the Lone State State -- now they're being sued.
Oklahoma Is In: Sooners Snag 4th Spot In Playoff SemifinalsThe Sooners will face No. 1 Alabama in the Orange Bowl Dec. 29 in a matchup of Heisman Trophy front-runner quarterbacks — Kyler Murray of Oklahoma and the Tide's Tua Tagovailoa.
Hurts Rallies No. 1 Alabama To 35-28 Win Over No. 4 GeorgiaJalen Hurts came off the bench to pass for one touchdown and run for another in the fourth quarter, rallying No. 1 Alabama to a 35-28 win over No. 4 Georgia for the Southeastern Conference title Saturday.
Alabama, Clemson, LSU, Notre Dame Top 1st CFP RankingsMichigan is fifth, followed by Georgia and Oklahoma, in the rankings announced Tuesday night.
Man Walks 20 Miles To First Day Of Work, Given A Car For His EffortIt was supposed to be Walter Carr's first day of work with a moving company Sunday when his car broke down.
Alabama Woman's 50-Pound Cyst Went Undetected By 4 DoctorsKayla Rahn wasn't pregnant. What she had was a 50-pound ovarian cyst. Although it has now been successfully removed, questions linger about how it went undetected for so long.
Soggy Alberto Churns Inland Bringing Widespread RainThe soggy remnants of Alberto are spreading rain deeper into the nation's midsection after downing trees, triggering power outages and scattered flooding around the South.