Newly elected State Auditor Andrew Sorrell is commending Gov. Kay Ivey on her decision to boost accountability in the state’s use of government vehicles.
Gov. Kay Ivey has announced a series of executive orders to improve education to start off her second full term.
U.S. Rep. Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) has been appointed to the U.S. House Judiciary Committee, which recently announced a probe into Pres. Joe Biden’s mishandling of classified documents.
A Hoover baseball coach is facing a year-long suspension for the 2023 season due to Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) rules that have already spurred heated debate in the state.
At Monday’s inaugural ceremony, Alabama’s highest-ranking state offices suggested school choice could be a priority in the new quadrennium.
Kay Ivey has officially taken her oath of office as she begins her second full term as the governor of Alabama.
According to documents posted to the Baldwin County Public Schools website, the school system is compelling its counselors to use students’ preferred gender pronouns and teaching them how to navigate counseling situations confidentially.
U.S. Rep. Jerry Carl (R-Mobile) has been appointed to membership in the U.S. House Appropriations Committee.
U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Saks) will not be stepping down from the U.S. House Steering Committee despite courting the idea after a heated confrontation between him and U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) went viral.
As the legislature continues its organizing session, House leadership is not closing the door on a possible special session to allocate federal COVID-19 relief funds.
Listen to 1819 News Reporter Craig Monger on The Jeff Poor Show on FM Talk 106.5 as they discuss the new Alabama House of Representatives rules, which appear to stifle debate on amendments and make the legislative process less transparent.
At Tuesday's organizing session, the Alabama House of Representatives approved a series of contentious rule changes in tandem with electing new House leadership.
Tuesday’s Organizing session for the Alabama legislature saw a slew of new leadership in the House, and a sweep of incumbent reelections in the Senate.
Gov. Kay Ivey issued an executive order on Monday to address some of the mounting issues affecting the Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC).
The Alabama GOP (ALGOP) announced plans on Monday to introduce a vote of no-confidence in the reelection bid of Republican National Committee (RNC) chairwoman Ronna McDaniel.
On Tuesday, the Alabama House of Representatives is expected to consider several significant rule changes that could alter the balance of power in the legislature's lower chamber.
Pills and other self-managed abortions could run afoul of Alabama law, even though the prevailing law does not hold mothers criminally liable for receiving an abortion.
In a newly released New York Times article, now-retired Huntsville drag queen teacher, James Miller, discusses backlash after videos of drag queen story hour went viral.
The Alabama Department of Public Health is once again encouraging Alabamians to receive their COVID-19 boosters as a new subvariant begins to rear its head.
U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) has announced she will not be endorsing a presidential candidate in the 2024 primary.
Alabama Power has selected a new president and CEO amid continued national scrutiny of the company’s business practices.
State lawmakers are criticizing the Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) for its decision to change reporting criteria on inmate deaths.
Alabama State Auditor-elect Andrew Sorrell is set to make Montgomery his permanent home while he prepares to take his new position.
The Alabama Department of Corrections is revising its reporting measures, removing the current monthly reports on inmate deaths and switching to quarterly reports, which are already six months behind.
For those who have spent time in or near Alabama’s state house, it's not hard to find someone talking about the need for a new building.
At the convening of the 118th United States Congress in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, two of Alabama’s freshman lawmakers will take their oath of office.