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Global Methodist Church conference, Montgomery, Ala., 9/8/2023 Alabama News
'We are reclaiming the best of Methodism': Global Methodist Church kicks off inaugural Alabama Emerald Coast Conference in Montgomery

The celebration launch of the Alabama Emerald Coast Conference of the Global Methodist Church kicked off in Montgomery on Friday.

John Wahl Alabama News
State library board member John Wahl to introduce motion addressing sexually explicit library books for minors

Alabama Public Library Service board member and Alabama GOP chair John Wahl intends to introduce a proposal to address statewide concern with sexually explicit library books for minors.

Tuberville511 Alabama News
Tuberville pushes back against criticism of military holds – 'I don’t feel any pressure at all'

U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) has been under constant fire for his continued holds on military confirmations over the Department of Defense’s rule on funding certain costs for out-of-state abortions for service members and their dependents.

Tuberville with football 2 Alabama News
Tuberville says NIL legislation would protect women's sports — 'There’s only so much of the pie that goes around'

U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) recently said his proposed Name, Image and Likeness legislation will help defend women’s sports in Universities nationwide.

Prattville City Council. Alabama News
Prattville City Council votes down resolution adding restrictions to 'sexually explicit' materials for those under 18

The Prattville City Council voted down a resolution on Wednesday to limit sexually explicit books to individuals under 18.

Screen Shot 2023 09 05 at 12 31 00 PM Alabama News
Ivey seeks answers from state library director in continued battle over sexually explicit children’s books

Governor Kay Ivey is demanding answers from Alabama Public Library Service (APLS) director Nancy Pack, whose office has been placed at the center of the statewide debate surrounding sexually explicit library books for minors.

Redistricting10 Alabama News
Alabama politicos split along party lines on federal court decision to block new congressional map

Alabama politicians are divided across party lines in their support of condemnation of Tuesday’s 11th Circuit Court decision to bar the state from using the recently crafted congressional map in the 2024 election.

map Alabama News
Federal court rules against Alabama's congressional map, directs special master to draw new map for 2024 election cycle

A federal court has ruled that Alabama may not use the recently drawn congressional map in the 2024 election and has assigned a special master and cartographer to draw a new map while the inevitable appeals from Attorney General Steve Marshall play out.

Gang Alabama News
Alabama's anti-gang law now in effect

Alabama’s law adding enhanced penalties for those convicted of felonies in the furtherance of a criminal enterprise is now in effect statewide

lawsuit Alabama News
Tuskegee youth care facility hit with another lawsuit over abuse claims — 'He and other residents were treated worse than animals'

 A lawsuit was filed Thursday in Macon County Circuit Court against Brighter Path Tuskegee, previously known as Sequel Tuskegee, its executive director, and other individuals, bringing allegations of continued physical abuse and neglect of a 15-year-old boy at the youth residential facility.  

Rachel Levine Alabama News
DOJ shields Rachel Levine from discovery in Alabama case defending transgender treatments for minors ban

Attorneys for the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) recently blocked U.S. Assistant Secretary for Health Rachel Levine from being subject to legal discovery as Alabama attorneys defend a state ban on transgender surgeries and hormones for minors.   

David Bronner Alabama News
RSA's David Bronner urges lawmakers to reject education savings accounts — 'An extreme version of school choice'

Retirement Systems of Alabama (RSA) CEO David Bronner is warning state legislatures against developing education savings accounts, saying it could cut the State Education Fund's revenue by $1 billion annually.

Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall. Alabama News
AG Marshall joins brief defending Tennessee law banning public drag performances for children

Attorney General Steve Marshall has joined 18 other attorneys general in support of Tennessee’s “Adult Entertainment Act,” which prohibits adult performances, including "male and female impersonators," from performing in public where children could be present.

Jim Jordan, Barry Moore Alabama News
Ohio U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan to headline Montgomery fundraiser for Barry Moore

U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) will headline a fundraiser for U.S. Rep. Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) in Alabama's capital next month.

Interstate 65 Alabama News
Ainsworth on Ivey announcement to widen I-65 to six lanes from Alabaster to Calera: 'It's a start'

Lieutenant Gov. Will Ainsworth intends to “keep up the pressure” on the executive branch until the recently announced widening of Interstate 65 is extended from the Tennessee Valley to the Gulf of Mexico.

David Cole Alabama News
State Rep. Cole resigns seat after voter fraud arrest

State Rep. David Cole (R-Huntsville) has officially resigned his position in the House of representatives after his arrest earlier this week on charges of voter fraud.

LGBT BOOKS Alabama News
Alabama Library Association pushes back against attempts to remove or relocate sexually explicit children's books

The Alabama Library Association (ALLA) recently out against statewide efforts to remove or relocate books for minors containing sexually explicit material or touching on LGBTQ+ issues.

Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed Alabama News
Montgomery Mayor Reed awarded mayor of the year award at Atlanta conference

Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed recently received the National Mayor of the Year Award at the 123rd National Black Business Conference in Atlanta.

David Cole Alabama News
State Rep. David Cole's arrest stems from changing voter registration to bolster residence claims, lawyer who prosecuted election challenge says

The lawyer who prosecuted State Rep. David Cole (R-Madison) during an election contest earlier this year told 1819 News that Cole's arrest on Tuesday stemmed from under-oath testimony he gave during a deposition in May related to his voter registration.

David Cole Alabama News
State Rep. David Cole arrested, charged with voter fraud

State Rep. David Cole (R-Huntsville) was arrested on Tuesday and charged with voter fraud, stemming from long-standing complaints from the 2022 election.

Hamilton Alabama Alabama News
Hamilton on the road to normal after weekend water treatment scare

After handing out bottled water to residents and businesses, the City of Hamilton seems to be returning to normal as the effects of the disastrous holdup of its water system winds down.

I Stock 176890273 Alabama News
Through the eyes of a correctional officer: How drugs, violence and corruption spread chaos in Alabama prisons

1819 News recently spoke with an Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) correctional officer in a major prison in central Alabama. For his protection, his identity has been omitted.

Katie Britt Alabama News
Britt joins Senate colleagues in demanding answers from Biden admin over $6 billion payment to Iran

U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) joined other Senate colleagues in demanding answers from the Biden administration for the $6 billion it paid in “ransom money” to Iran in exchange for American prisoners.

Kenneth Eugene Smith Alabama News
State seeks to perform first ever execution by nitrogen hypoxia

The state of Alabama will seek to carry out its first execution by nitrogen hypoxia for Kenneth Eugene Smith.

Drugs. Alabama News
Prison mental health care worker charged with smuggling drugs into Donaldson

The Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) recently arrested a prison mental healthcare worker for attempting to smuggle marijuana and methamphetamine into a prison facility.

Hamilton, Ala. water Alabama News
State of emergency declared over contaminated Hamilton water system — Conditions reportedly improving

Conditions in the city of Hamilton are improving after the city declared a state of emergency on Friday morning due to a contamination of the city’s water supply.

Selma City Schools Alabama News
Selma (Ala.) City Schools to refuse 'unauthorized' grant from LGBTQ+ advocacy group — Claims 1819 News erred in initial report, backtracks

Selma City Schools says it will not accept an "unauthorized" grant from an LGBTQ+ advocacy group after it and state education board members initially spread claims that 1819 had misreported the news about the grant.

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