In 2018, Alabama power signed a contract with Matrix LLC in which it agreed to pay the political consulting firm $124,000 per month for their services, including “external relations” with controversial groups like the Alabama Education Association.
As it has been expected for a long time, Brandon Miller made it official Thursday in a tweet by ESPN’s senior NBA insider, Adrian Wojnaroswki, that he is forgoing his college eligibility and entering his name into the 2023 NBA Draft.
Birmingham Stallions wide receivers Austin Watkins Jr. and Myron Mitchell are former UAB standouts.
The Auburn Tigers have been here before, even if the circumstances are a little different.
UAB is seeking its first NIT championship on Thursday night against North Texas at Orleans Arena in Las Vegas.
UAB quarterbacks have plenty of options to learn from, both on and off the practice field.
On Tuesday, Alabama basketball saw some movement from the transfer portal.
Birmingham Stallions coach Skip Holtz said last year's success has nothing to do with this year's plan for his team.
A whistleblower within the U.S. Department of Justice has provided material to U.S. Sen. Katie Britt that appears to contradict U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland’s recent testimony regarding federal marshals' response to protests at the homes of U.S. Supreme Court justices.
The city of Fairhope has responded to a lawsuit that was filed after a development company was denied applications to build two multi-occupancy housing complexes.
With so-called medical cannabis soon to be available under certain conditions in Alabama, the legislature is looking at ways to prevent pregnant women from using it.
A Madison County couple were indicted on Wednesday for allegedly defrauding the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) of $1.7 million, according to the Department of Justice.
New legislation filed in the Alabama Senate would double the amount of time a person can renew their drivers license in Alabama.
Gov. Kay Ivey has ordered flags across the state to be flown at half-staff on Monday, April 3, to honor Huntsville Police Department Officer Garrett Crumby who was killed in the line of duty.
The suspect in the shooting of two Huntsville police officers and a civilian has been identified as Juan Robert Laws, 24.
U.S. Sen. Katie Britt put federal financial regulators in the hot seat Tuesday during a Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Development hearing where she grilled them about their handling of the recent collapses of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank.
Everybody else does it, so we have to. Basically, that is what Republican lawmakers have told constituents about the state's use of economic incentives, which they will readily acknowledge in theory, is a gross violation of free market economics.
Recently, U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) came under fire from Democrats, such as Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) for his hold on general and flag officer nominations on the Senate floor in response to U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin’s policy that uses taxpayer money to fund abortions.
Listen to 1819 News Fiscal and Budget Reporter Justin Bogie on "Midday Mobile" with Sean Sullivan as they discuss Medicaid expansion and how the federal government will cover most of the increase for the first two years and then the financial burden will fall on the state.
Grocers daily witness hardworking Alabamians unable to purchase the food they need.
When a white man shoots up a church, leftists use that incident to prove white men are inherently evil and prone to violence. Those on the right correctly argue that we cannot make that claim based on one evil man. It’s just not good reasoning or logic.