Chip Brownlee | Editor-in-chief
The Alabama Department of Public Health and Auburn University are investigating a case of pulmonary tuberculosis identified in an Auburn student.
A spotlight has finally been shone on what she and three of her closest friends have been going through for more than 15 years.
There is a never-ending supply of restaurants where you can grab some wings, but one of the newest stops in town has quickly made a name for itself as the best place to get inexpensive, mouth-watering flats and drums.
Family of toddler who drowned in grease trap sues Bruster's Ice Cream, City of Auburn for wrongful death
Sadie Grace Andrews died in October 2017 after drowning in what a recently filed lawsuit alleges was a faulty and improperly maintained grease trap.
The estimated $13.2 million, five-story parking deck, if approved, would have 575 spaces.
Starting next month, hard liquor will be banned at rush events, date parties, band parties, big brother nights and all other fraternity events held on chapter properties.
The addition of new student apartments in the downtown area isn't stopping anytime soon. Another new apartment building touting 609 beds in 220 units is going through an administrative review process with the city and could be approved soon for construction. The building, dubbed "Uncommon Auburn" in city documents, is planned for West Glenn Avenue across from Evolve Auburn.
Distribution of the 2018 Glomerata, Auburn’s yearbook, kicked off Tuesday, and with demand high, staff gave out more than 4,000 copies by Wednesday, nearly half of their supply this year.
Former Alabama U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore is suing one of the women who levied one of the sexual misconduct allegations against him.
Former Auburn head football coach Tommy Tuberville, who last year briefly considered a run for governor himself, said Monday on a local Auburn radio show that he is supporting Battle for governor.