Attorney General Steve Marshall has announced that the Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals has upheld the human-trafficking conviction of an Enterprise man sentenced to life in prison.
The Alabama Center for Law and Liberty has filed an amicus brief in defense of a group of Navy SEALs facing discipline or discharge over their religious objections to the Biden administration's COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
With the issue of closed party primaries on the table for the 2023 legislative session, Republican proponents may have more evidence to bolster their case.
Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall has filed an amicus brief in support of a lawsuit filed by U.S. Navy personnel challenging the Navy's failure to grant religious exemptions for the COVID-19 vaccine.
The FBI is joining the investigation of a multi-million dollar scandal in Dothan after a child feeding program comes under the microscope.
A federal appeals court ruled that Arkansas cannot enforce its law banning transgender hormone treatment for minors, a law virtually identical to one passed by the Alabama Legislature earlier this year making its way through the federal courts.
Workers at a General Electric (GE) plant in Auburn are the latest Alabama business to seek Unionization.
Details are emerging in the first-degree sexual abuse arrest of former Alabama State Representative Perry Hooper, Jr.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) is giving updated guidance on COVID-19 protocols in light of recent variants, with lighter restrictions on UAB campuses than before.
On Monday, the U.S. Department of Labor accused an auto parts supplier for Hyundai Motor Co. of violating federal child labor laws at an Alexander City factory.
One of Huntsville’s hotly contested seats for the Board of Education will be heading to a runoff.
The contentious election in Mountain Brook ended with a sweeping victory for the incumbents and those familiar to the city's political scene.
It is high drama as city council elections are underway today in Mountain Brook.
The Alabama Jobs act has been in the spotlight since proposals to remove the caps on the tax credit incentives provided for corporations who decide to set up shop in the state.
The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) is considering a resolution to place restrictions on birthing centers in the state.
Former Republican gubernatorial candidate Lindy Blanchard has requested to be removed from a lawsuit that she and the other defendants had claimed voting machines in Alabama were compromised.
The Legal Defense Fund (LDF) of the NAACP has filed a brief on behalf of an Alabama Department of Correction (ADOC) inmate who claims a corrections officer sexually assaulted him.
The pre-trial hearing has been set for the Dadeville man accused of murdering two and kidnapping one.
Concerns linger for children 14 and older who can have unsupervised consultation with school mental health counselors without the knowledge or consent of parents.
State Senator Randy Price (R-Opelika) and his wife, Lee County Revenue Commissioner Oline Price, surrendered to authorities after a warrant was issued for them regarding roaming cattle.
Concerns are raised as President Joe Biden is expected to sign a bill into law that would double the number of IRS personnel over the next 10 years.
A Winfield man charged with animal cruelty after a video showing him abusing puppies circulated on social media, pleaded guilty and begins his 90-day jail sentence in the Tuscaloosa jail.
A Decatur man has been charged with two felony sexual assault charges months after being released with no bail on a previous charge of sexually assaulting a person under 12.
Working from home has become increasingly popular for women, especially in light of increased costs nationwide.
Parents and candidates alike are expressing concern with the Huntsville city school system ahead of the upcoming Board Of Education (BOE) election.
Former Chief Justice Roy Moore has won a long-standing lawsuit that stemmed from a derogatory ad run against him in his 2017 bid for U.S Senate.
Listen to 1819 News Reporter Craig Monger on The Jeff Poor Show as they discuss the double murder in Tallapoosa County, the child labor violations at a Hyundai subsidiary and the FDA warning on transgender drugs.