Mama June -- Dating Man Who Molested Her Relative
Mama June is seeing someone new, but there's a big problem ... the guy just got out of prison after serving time for molesting one of June's relatives ... TMZ has learned.The new guy is 53-year-old Mark McDaniel. He was convicted in 2004 for…
Eric Dickerson -- The Rams Should Move Back to Los Angeles
Sorry St. Louis ... the Rams BELONG in Los Angeles -- so says Rams legend Eric Dickerson who tells TMZ Sports he thinks it would be "fantastic" if his old squad packs up and heads west. Of course, Dickerson played for the L.A. Rams from 1983 to…
How To Dress Like Cher, Dionne And Tai From ?Clueless' This Halloween
Gather your two besties ASAP because this Halloween you're definitely gonna wanna channel the most stellar style trio of all time–Cher, Dionne and Tai from Clueless, duh. Since debuting nearly 20 years ago, it's still one of the most talked about (and culturally iconic!) fashion films from the '90s. Earlier this year, Iggy Azalea and... Read more »
See Lauren Conrad's ?First Haircut In Years'
How long do you go in between haircuts? I'm a every couple of months type of girl. Lauren Conrad, though? She's an every couple of years lady. Yeah, you read that right–she goes years between cuts. And guess what, y'all? You're witnesses to a rare occurrence: LC just got a haircut. Lauren posted a photo... Read more »
Letter: Laundry list of lies
In a recent letter to the editor, Carl Hess criticized Gov. Robert Bentley for something he had said. Fair enough, but then he wrote, "fortunately, unlike Republican politicians, the vidiotape doesn't
Letter: There are angels among us
We are very blessed to have angels among us. Extendicare Rehab facility poured out loving care around the clock during my recovery from open-heart surgery.
Letter: Concerned about crime and corruption
Your Oct. 17 article on Joe Hubbard running against Luther Strange for Attorney General gave some important insight into who Joe Hubbard is. His statement -- "Little old ladies in bingo parlors aren’t
Letter: POW-MIA flag now flies over Alabama
The Prisoner of War - Missing in Action (POW/MIA) flag serves as a constant reminder that our military does not leave anyone behind and no soldier is forgotten. When remains are found from past wars,
Our view: Breast cancer awareness gains ground
Over the last three weeks, it’s been hard to miss indicators that it’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month. There are signs, bumper stickers, billboards and the ubiquitous pink ribbon emblems, and each sign
Convicted child abuser denied parole
The Alabama Board of Pardons and Parole denied a request for early release from prison Tuesday for an Ozark man serving a 20-year sentence for aggravated child abuse.