The Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) continues steadily releasing violent inmates after a 2021 law took effect on Tuesday.
A 10th-grade Prattville High School teacher reportedly issued a graded assignment to her students, asking students to identify their gender, sex, sexual orientation, body size, religious affiliation and more.
House Judiciary Committee chairman State Rep. Jim Hill (R-Moody), the sponsor of a 2021 law initiating the mass release of inmates currently underway, is not prepared to criticize the Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) just yet for the agency's apparent mishandling of the release process.
Listen to 1819 News Reporter Craig Monger on The Jeff Poor Show as they discuss the ADOC mandatory prison release and the apparent failure to perform victim notifications.
Mobile and Birmingham were named the second and third most unsafe cities in the United States, according to a recent article from Forbes.
Gov. Kay Ivey has appointed former Speaker of the Alabama House of Representatives Mac McCutcheon as the new Chairman of the Madison County Commission.
State Sen. Chris Elliott (R-Josephine) will be introducing a bill to postpone Alabama’s mandatory release date for inmates to 2030, removing any retroactive benefits to inmates.
The Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) is scaling back the scheduled release of over 400 inmates on Tuesday to just under 100.
Attorney General Steve Marshall has filed a lawsuit to prevent the early release of over 400 inmates slated to vacate various Alabama prisons on Tuesday.
The Alabama Sheriff’s Association has come out in full condemnation of the January 7 police beating that allegedly resulted in the death of Tyre Nichols.
A bill in the Alabama Legislature seeks to prohibit companies from mandating employees receive a microchip implant as a condition for employment.
State Sen. April Weaver (R-Brierfield) seeks to prohibit Alabama inmates from participating in any program that trains dogs to recognize scents or track humans.
Alabama Republican Party chairman John Wahl has been tapped to serve as vice chairman of the Republican National Committee (RNC).
State Sen. April Weaver (R-Brierfield) is prioritizing Alabama's so-called "good time laws" in the upcoming legislative session to prevent the premature release of dangerous inmates from prison.
The woman who accused former State Rep. Perry Hooper, Jr. of sexual abuse is speaking out after Hooper claimed the alleged assault was an “obvious political setup” and sued the city of Montgomery for his arrest.
In her newest round in a series of executive orders, Gov. Kay Ivey seeks to provide the public with easier access to state agencies' public records.
U.S. Rep. Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) has joined a bill to reinstate military servicemembers who were fired for refusing the COVID-19 vaccine.
Former State Rep. Perry Hooper Jr. has filed a complaint against the City of Montgomery and Montgomery Police Department (MPD) Chief Darryl J. Albert concerning now-dropped charges of sexual abuse filed against Hooper in 2022.
Alabama's two U.S. Senators have initiated School Choice Week to bolster awareness and support for continued freedom of school choice nationwide.
Attorney General Steve Marshall has joined with attorneys general from 20 other states to question the ESG practices of a handful of proxy advisory firms.
Lt. Gov. Will Ainsworth continues to push for school choice as the March legislative session creeps closer.
Speaker of the House Nathaniel Ledbetter (R-Russellville) announced on Monday that State Rep. Kenneth Paschal (R-Pelham) will serve on several key committees in the new quadrennium.
The Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles has been without its third member since mid-December, creating the need for unanimous consent to grant paroles.
Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin announced a new policy offering 12 weeks of paid leave for city employees becoming new parents.
Gov. Kay Ivey is focusing on religious liberty in the most recent executive order, following years of tension surrounding religious exemptions for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Appellate prosecutor Rich Anderson is seeking the Republican Party nomination for an open seat on the Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals.
Adoption is slated to be a significant concern for the legislature in the 2023 regular session after a massive rewriting of the state’s adoption laws.