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Montgomery man charged with trafficking minor for commercial sex acts

On Thursday, a task force of the attorney general’s office and U.S. Marshalls arrested a Montgomery County man on a charge of Human Trafficking in the First Degree for commercial sex acts involving a juvenile.

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Tuberville: 'Democrats are in a full panic about the upcoming election' — 'Kamala is waiting in the wings'

U.S. Sen Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) described Democrats on Capitol Hill as being in full panic over President Joe Biden’s odds in November’s election while bemoaning the prospect of a Kamala Harris presidency.

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Auburn's Drake Middle School drag queen teacher resigns after backlash over comments

The Auburn drag queen middle school teacher, who recently came under fire for comments made about using podcasts to reach his students and others with LGBTQ+ topics, has reportedly resigned from his teaching position.

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AG Marshall announces sentencing of woman who defrauded City of Montgomery of $500,000 through insurance fraud

Attorney General Steve Marshall’s office recently announced that a woman who defrauded the city of Montgomery for nearly $500,000  through health insurance fraud was sentenced to one year in jail.

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LISTEN: Auburn middle school teacher describes tactics to reach youth on LGBTQ+ lifestyle since his 'hands are tied' in the classroom

Recent audio recordings show a middle school music teacher at Drake Middle School in Auburn, who moonlights as a drag queen, details using his podcasting platform to engage with students because his “hands are tied” at his job.

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Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed hosts town hall to address crime, jobs, city infrastructure

Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed held a town hall on Tuesday, during which citizens had the opportunity to voice concerns over public safety, infrastructure, housing and other community issues.

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DOJ re-enters Alabama prison debate by filing letter in support of plaintiffs suing corrections department

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) recently filed a letter of interest in a lawsuit in the Northern District of Alabama related to a lawsuit claiming that the conditions in St. Clair Correctional Facility violate the U.S. Constitution.

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Public records show payments from ALDOT to left-wing Alabama Political Reporter much higher than initially reported

Payments from the Alabama Department of Transportation to left-wing media site Alabama Political Reporter are much higher than initially reported.

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AG Marshall leads SCOTUS brief in support of Florida Jewish synagogue: 'Direct attack on the First Amendment'

Attorney General Steve Marshall recently led a multi-state brief in the U.S. Supreme Court, defending a First Amendment claim from a Jewish temple in Florida after the Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority rejected a proposed advertisement for being religious in nature.

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Three arrested after attempting to deliver contraband into Fountain Correctional Facility in Atmore

On Friday, the Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) Law Enforcement Services Division (LESD) recently arrested three individuals for attempting to smuggle contraband into the Fountain Correctional Facility in Atmore after a police pursuit.

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Library controversy continues as local libraries align policies with new state rules targeting sexually explicit children's books

The Athens-Limestone Public Library board of trustees recently joined other local libraries that have already begun conforming individual policies after the Alabama Public Library Service (APLS) passed an administrative rule change that libraries must adopt to continue receiving state funding.

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'I don’t even know if my personal data are involved' — State Superintendent Mackey warns education employees to monitor credit after data hack

State Education Superintendent Eric Mackey informed the public on Wednesday that the Alabama State Department of Education website was hacked, possibly exposing the personal information of education employees across the state.

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Autauga County Sheriff talks being a good neighbor while enjoying Fourth of July fireworks shows

As citizens across the state of Alabama begin celebrating the Independence Day holiday, thousands will gather around large and small fireworks displays.

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'This case is far from over' — Montgomery Mayor Reed asks for continued community involvement after arrest in triple murder

Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed is still asking the public to come forward with information on the triple homicide at a Hispanic grocery store that occurred last month.

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'God bless these United States of America': Ivey delivers Independence Day message as state gears up for holiday

To mark the Fourth of July and the 248th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence, Gov. Kay Ivey recently delivered a message for Alabamians, commemorating the history of America and the sacrifices made by its forefathers.

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City of Montgomery hires Texas-based search firm to find a permanent police chief as city battles escalating crime

Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed has retained the services of a public safety recruitment firm to help the city find a permanent police chief as the city continues to face an escalating crime epidemic.

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Autauga-Prattville Public Library seeks dismissal of federal lawsuit after conforming rules with state regulations

The Autauga-Prattville Public Library board is requesting a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit brought by left-wing advocates after the library developed policies regarding the availability of sexually explicit children’s books.

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Police arrest 18-year-old male in Montgomery triple homicide at Hispanic grocery store

The Montgomery Police Department has arrested an 18-year-old in the triple homicide at a Mexican grocery store that sent shockwaves through the community and increased the outcry for city leadership to address violent crime.

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AG Marshall: Chevron deference overturn ‘not applicable’ in fight against Biden admin's changes to Title IX — 'There’s been no ambiguity'

Alabama, along with other states, is seeking to challenge the proposed changes by the Biden administration to add definitions of gender identity to the protections provided by Title IX in federal court.

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'Federal government has no authority to be able to dictate these policies at the state level': AG Marshall, State Rep. DuBose decry Biden's changes to Title IX

Attorney General Steve Marshall joined State Rep. Susan DuBose (R-Hoover) and Matt Sharp with the Alliance Defending Freedom at a town hall in Birmingham to discuss legislative and judicial efforts to oppose the Biden administration’s proposed changes to Title IX.

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Alabama Bureau of Pardons and Paroles cancels reentry program graduation after several participants test positive for COVID-19

The Alabama Bureau of Pardons and Paroles recently canceled the Wednesday graduation at the  Paroles Parole and Probation Reentry Education and Employment Program Center, or PREP Center, located in Uniontown, after several graduates tested positive for COVID-19.

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Previously deported MS-13 gang member on El Salvador's most wanted list arrested in Alabama sentenced to two years in prison

An MS-13 member listed on El Salvador’s 100 most wanted list was recently sentenced to two years in prison after being arrested in Alabama last year.

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'I believe families here deserve better': Katie Britt addresses rising crime in Montgomery

As a resident of Alabama’s capital city of Montgomery, U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) is speaking out against the recent escalation in violent crime that has rocked the city and caused more citizens to demand change.

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NRA seeking Alabama plaintiffs for lawsuit against the ATF challenging rule defining who is a gun dealer

The National Rifle Association Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA) is looking for plaintiffs in a planned lawsuit in Alabama to challenge the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) rule defining who qualifies as a firearms dealer.

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Gun pulled on group after being kicked out of Dothan church drag event — 'Bye, we have no room for negativity'

Several family members who attended a Dothan drag show held at a Lutheran church had a gun pulled on them by an attendant after they were forced out of the venue.

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'Stop overreacting': Montgomery Mayor Reed sticks with Biden after debate disaster

Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed is one of few Democratic leaders backing President Joe Biden after a debate performance against former President Donald Trump on Thursday night that was almost ubiquitously seen as a disaster for the sitting president.

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Montgomery attempted murder suspect re-arrested while out on $60,000 bond

A Montgomery man out on bond for bond for three counts of attempted murder was recently re-arrested for possessing drugs with the intent to distribute.

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