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Alabama lawmakers, politicos praise SCOTUS Trump decision — 'The commies will have to find other ways to 'defend democracy''

Alabama politicos are praising the U.S. Supreme Court decision that restored former President Donald Trump to stay on the Colorado presidential ballot.

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America's 'Mother Teresa': Movie 'Cabrini' premieres in Alabama March 8

The movie "Cabrini" premieres in Alabama on March 8. It tells the true story of "America's Mother Teresa."

UAH professor with DEI 'expertise' awarded by state teachers' group

The Association of College English Teachers of Alabama awarded UAH professor of English Dr. Eric Smith with the 2024 Eugene Current-Garcia Award for Distinction in Literary Scholarship.

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$5K reward offered for information leading to conviction in detonated explosive device investigation outside Alabama AG’s Office

Gov. Kay Ivey announced a $5,000 reward on Monday for any information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the individual or individuals involved with the explosive device that was detonated at the Alabama Attorney General’s Office.

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Kamala Harris calls for Gaza cease fire in Selma 'Bloody Sunday' speech

Vice President Kamala Harris brought the Biden administration road show to Selma for the 59th anniversary of the "Bloody Sunday" march on the Edmund Pettus Bridge.

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Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich: ‘Some very smart people’ think Katie Britt will be Trump’s VP pick

After being picked to give the Republican response to President Joe Biden's State of the Union address Thursday, more people are speculating that U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) has a real shot at being Donald Trump's running mate should he win the GOP nomination.

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‘Fireball,’ world premiere of Alabama play, coming to Montevallo March 8-10

“Fireball” performs for the first time ever March 8-10 at the Parnell Memorial Library Theater in Montevallo.

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State Sen. Orr says expect CHOOSE Act vote 'late next week'

Friday, during an interview with Huntsville radio WVNN's Dale Jackson, Senate Education Trust Fund Committee chairman State Sen. Arthur Orr (R-Decatur) said he expected a Senate vote on the education savings account bill, the CHOOSE Act, late next week.

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Phil Williams: IVF and 'snowflake babies'

Don’t throw those beautiful snowflake babies out with the bath water.

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Dr. Stewart Tankersley: Breaking the chokehold of the medical-industrial complex in Alabama

The Machiavellian techniques employed by the medical-industrial complex were clearly on display this week on Goat Hill. Public health advocates were circling the wagons, having their protectors in the legislature present bad bills, one after the other. 

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Ashley Carter: The art of homemaking

The art of homemaking is a beautiful timeless act that defies societal expectations.

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KCarl Smith: The divine endowment of freedom in the United States

While our founding documents play a vital role in shaping our society, they are not the ultimate source of our freedom. Instead, it is God who granted us these inherent rights and responsibilities. 

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Sean of the South: Wise ole words

I asked a handful of friends for words of wisdom from elders in their lives. The rules were simple, the wisdom giver had to (a) be over 75, and (b) they had to be—technically—still alive.

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Jennifer Oliver O’Connell: Abortionists are using Alabama’s IVF case to promote their cause

Politicians and legacy media have reduced the decision to a slogan: “Alabama bans IVF.” This is patently dishonest.

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Nick Treglia: Bring back beauty to Birmingham streets

Cultivating beautiful architecture is good for the eyes and the soul. If I must languish in America’s 136th-largest city, I’d prefer it to be beautiful.

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AUBURN, AL - MARCH 02 - during the game between the #11 Auburn Tigers and the Mississippi State Bulldogs at Neville Arena in Auburn, AL on Saturday, March 2, 2024. Alabama News
Auburn drops to No. 13, Alabama drops to No. 16 in AP top 25 college basketball poll

Both Auburn University and the University of Alabama basketball teams fell two spots in the Associated Press top 25 college basketball poll after losing to No. 4 Tennessee last week.

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No. 15 Alabama baseball finishes 2-1 in the Frisco Classic

No. 15 Alabama finished the Frisco Classic 2-1 on the weekend, coming up just short in an extra inning game to No. 23 Dallas Baptist to suffer their first loss of the season.

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Auburn softball sweeps Jane B. Moore Memorial

Auburn hosted the Jane B. Moore Memorial this weekend. The Tigers would sweep the weekend.

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AL-2 Dem hopeful Figures rejects effort to remove him from primary ballot — 'If Joe Reed is concerned about finances, he should focus on sharing ADC's financial reports'

Democrat second congressional district candidate Shomari Figures is pushing back against longtime Alabama Democratic Party boss Joe Reed, who on Saturday insisted Figures and fellow candidate State House Minority Leader Anthony Daniels (D-Huntsville) be removed from Tuesday's primary ballot.

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ADC's Joe Reed demands AL-2 Democrat front-runners Figures, Daniels kicked off party ballot

Joe Reed, the longtime democrat power broker and the father of Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed, has made another attempt at deciding who will be the next Democrat nominee in Alabama's newly drawn second congressional district.

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AG Marshall slams 'special interests' getting 'rewarded' by Alabama gambling legislation — 'Absolutely wrong'

In this week's edition of "1819 News: The Podcast," Attorney General Steve Marshall weighed in on the gambling legislation that has passed the House and is expected to be voted on soon in the Senate.