When Cambo's parents went through a brutal divorce, he fled to the backwoods of Alabama to be alone. No traffic, no people, no responsibility—just pure survival. Director Harmony Korine tells his story.
Alabama lawmakers—apparently panicked that they were going too easy on teen girls with few options—amended the state's Parental Consent Law, affording fetuses the right to legal representation in cases in which underage girls are seeking an abortion.
When the destruction happened, it was a hot topic for a while. There were protests by Native Americans, and attention from the international press. But among hundreds of people who turned out for the long-awaited grand opening, I couldn't find one person…
A single small prison in the rural part of the state has seen three murders in the past three months, and activists have been hearing reports of drug-dealing guards, abused inmates, and uncaring wardens.
The ABC Board, which operates a statewide monopoly on liquor sales, is funded by a liquor tax and performs its own enforcement. Recently, enforcement has taken the form of a massive crackdown on their only competition: moonshiners.
Cheryl Crausewell of Dora, Alabama, attempted, with the help of her son, to clean up her toilet-papered house on Monday afternoon. A persistent piece of toilet paper was stuck in a magnolia tree, so they tried a little of nature's Hoover: fire.
This week: A guy who smeared poop on his neighbor's doors because they criticized his parking skills versus a woman who thinks her brother shouldn't have been shot just because he was robbing a store at gunpoint.
After two University of Alabama sororities rejected an African American student because of her race, an anti-racist student group took action to prevent segregation within the university's Greek system. We went down to Tuscaloosa to see how this shit is s…
This is how we wind up with something like Saturday's SEC Championship Game, which is an orgy of crass bloat and khaki-clad excess to some, something much more important than the Super Bowl to a great many others, and objectively a good deal stranger a th…
The homemade weapons featured here were confiscated from students enrolled in middle and high schools in the Huntsville City School district of Northern Alabama. They were chosen from among a huge collection of weapons kept by the Huntsville Campus.