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.
The largest cage-free no-kill rescue group in the United States is coming to Macon County with a 100-acre site.
Donald Trump has released a statement claiming his home has been raided and searched by the FBI.
A federal appeals court will hear arguments in November over Alabama’s efforts to outlaw the use of transgender medications for minors.
Former Montgomery police officer Cody Smith and his wife are speaking out about their lengthy court battle that has culminated with an appeal before the Alabama Supreme Court.
The Food and Drug Administration is warning of potential side effects in certain puberty-blocking drugs used in transgender treatments.
It has been verified that the accused kidnapper and killer, Jose Paulino Pascual-Reyes, is an undocumented resident in the country illegally. More so, Pascual-Reyes had previously been deported from the country.
Members of Prattville’s first responders conducted active shooter exercises at a local school.
Horrific details are emerging in the kidnapping turned double murder in Tallapoosa County. After a kidnapping investigation, Federal, state, and local law enforcement uncovered the remains of two bodies in a Dadeville residence.
Sen. Tommy Tuberville is sounding the alarm on foreign land ownership in the state of Alabama, and the nation.
Listen as 1819 News Reporter Craig Monger talks with Phil Williams of Rightside Radio about the kidnapping & apparent murders in Tallapoosa County, along with some details provided by the county sheriff and prosecutor.
In the wake of the Supreme Court of the United States striking down Roe V. Wade in its recent decision in Dobbs V. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, some have speculated that treatments for miscarriages and certain unviable pregnancies could be at risk.
Newly released information shows the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) having direct communication with social media companies to assist in policing misinformation.
Ever-increasing numbers of nationwide fraud stemming from federal relief funds during the COVID–19 pandemic continue to be of national concern.
Access to affordable child care continues to be a struggle across the nation and the Yellowhammer state.
Two babies were killed after Thursday's storm toppled a tree onto a Birmingham home.
Four Limestone County school officials were sentenced this week in a multi-million dollar scheme that defrauded the state.
Attorney General (AG) Steve Marshall has joined several AGs nationwide in a joint letter urging Google not to suppress online access to crisis pregnancy centers.
Greenetrack officials are finally speaking out after the Alabama Supreme Court ruled the casino must pay $76 million in unpaid taxes on its gaming enterprise in Greene County.
The Alabama Supreme Court has scheduled the execution of a man convicted of killing three men in a workplace shooting rampage more than two decades ago.
The United States House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly in favor of legislation that would federally codify the right to same-sex marriage.
Alabama 4-H centers will be open and running this summer for Alabama kids to attend summer camps, day camps, and other community events.
34-year-old Matthew Edward Garren was arrested on April 30, 2022, and later charged with two counts of murder in the death of his brother and father.
Adoption has continued to be a significant discussion in the state after the striking down of Roe V. Wade.
A former Alabama pastor has pleaded not guilty to sexually abusing an underage person.
Alabama will join the rest of the nation on July 16 in integrating a three-digit phone number to help citizens address all mental health, substance use, and suicide crises.