Rodreisha L. Russaw first heard about Jim Kennedy Jr.'s missing organs from a colleague of hers at the coalition, Alabamians for Fair Justice last year. Kennedy had been killed while doing time in an Alabama prison. Officials notified the family of his death some four days after his death. That was bad. But not as bad as a call one of Kennedy's family members received from the funeral home. They wanted to know if the family was aware that all of their loved one's organs were missing. 


University of Alabama quarterback Jalen Milroe's "Naysayers" apparel line went viral for all the wrong reasons, courtesy of ESPN.

Video shows Alabama fans yelling "go back to the projects," and much worse.

University of Alabama basketball star Brandon Miller allegedly delivered a gun used in a murder and has kept playing uninterrupted, sparking a debate over whether he should be allowed to keep playing.

Authorities accused Pope of using an app to meet and pay for sex. He was charged with a misdemeanor for soliciting prostitution.

The University of Alabama has added the name of Autherine Lucy Foster, its first Black student, to the Graves Hall campus building, named for Bibb Graves, a graduate of the university who was also notably a "Grand Cyclops" in the KKK.

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Tuskegee University and the University of Alabama at Birmingham were awarded $13.7 million to advance their biomedical research programs.

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Before being drafted, Pittsburgh Steelers player Najee Harris hosted a party at the homeless shelter where he and his family once lived.


James R. Riley, the University of Alabama’s now-former assistant vice president and dean of students, abruptly quit after his old tweets about racism, police and America resurfaced.

A student organization invited Jared Taylor.

Recent racist incidents at the University of Alabama and the University of South Carolina prove that hate speech is still spreading across college campuses.

The University of Alabama announced a new plan to address racism among its sororities and fraternities. This comes after a campus newspaper exposed systemic racism in the membership selection process.