Faith Burden made history this week by becoming one of the first high school athletes in Alabama to sign a deal to play flag football at the collegiate level.
As a fifth suspect was arrested Thursday in connection to the fatal shooting on April 15 at a “Sweet 16” party in Dadeville, Alabama Democratic Party Vice President Tabitha Isner condemned the “hypocrisy” of law enforcement for charging the suspects as adults.
On Wednesday, U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville’s (R-Auburn) resolution to overturn the Veterans Affairs Department’s new abortion policy was blocked by the Democrat-controlled Senate in a 48-51 vote.
"We need to repeal the 16th Amendment, get rid of the IRS, and put this hard-earned money back in the wallets of American families."
"This morning, I grieve with the people of Dadeville and my fellow Alabamians,” Gov. Kay Ivey said in a statement. “Violent crime has NO place in our state, and we are staying closely updated by law enforcement as details emerge.”
While many key details surrounding the fatal shooting in Dadeville on Saturday have yet to be released, President Joe Biden and others have wasted no time in seizing the moment to push for more gun control.
Pigeons in the ceilings, sewage raining down on employees from busted pipes, old A/C units pumping out potentially moldy air: these are just a few of the issues currently plaguing the Marshall County Courthouse in Guntersville, according to Revenue Commissioner Michael Johnson.
Given the imminent threats posed by Russia and China, The Examiner argued that Peterson Space Force Base in Colorado is a better strategic option when it comes to national security and said that Alabama's Redstone Arsenal was a "reckless" choice.
The future of Birmingham-Southern College remains uncertain, but State Rep. Juandalynn Givan believes there’s hope for the financially struggling school.
The Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission is being forced to consider license applications from two companies that claim they were rejected due to unforeseen issues with the online submission portal.
With the recent shooting at a Christian school in Nashville, Tennessee, still heavy on the hearts and minds of America, State Rep. Barbara Drummond (D-Mobile) is hoping her new bill will reduce the risk of a similar tragedy playing out in Alabama by placing much of the responsibility on parents.
ALDOT claimed eminent domain to secure the Ellenburg family’s 21.6-acre plot of land for the bridge project. Though ALDOT offered $1.1 million, the family sued saying the money didn’t cover the cost of upgrades made to the property.
As chairman of economic development in the State Senate, Sen Garlan Gudger (R-Cullman) said he has been asked to carry the Enhancing Transparency Act, which is one of the four bills proposed in Gov. Kay Ivey’s “Game Plan.”
A bill addressing hospital and nursing home visitation rights passed committee in the Alabama House of Representatives Wednesday after having already cleared the State Senate. State Rep. Debbie Wood (R-Valley) and State Sen. Garlan Gudger Jr. (R-Cullman) sponsored the bill in their respective chambers due to their experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic when families were often barred from visiting their loved ones at medical facilities.
U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) joined the majority of Alabama’s congressional delegation in condemning the indictment handed down by a New York grand jury against former President Donald Trump.
The shooter who killed three children and three adults at The Covenant School in Nashville last week reportedly worked as a grocery shopper with Birmingham-based company Shipt.
“Welcome to the club, [Donald Trum]. In honor of the fact that the Manhattan DA could indict a ham sandwich next, I will be handing them out tomorrow in Longworth 1504 at noon. All are welcome!”
The indictment was handed down Thursday, The New York Times reported. Though the details have not been released, the charges are believed to be related to alleged "hush money" payments made to porn star Stormy Daniels in 2016.
A whistleblower within the U.S. Department of Justice has provided material to U.S. Sen. Katie Britt that appears to contradict U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland’s recent testimony regarding federal marshals' response to protests at the homes of U.S. Supreme Court justices.
U.S. Sen. Katie Britt put federal financial regulators in the hot seat Tuesday during a Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Development hearing where she grilled them about their handling of the recent collapses of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank.
Gov. Kay Ivey has ordered flags across the state to be flown at half-staff on Monday, April 3, to honor Huntsville Police Department Officer Garrett Crumby who was killed in the line of duty.
“Tonight, our State grieves the death of another member of the law enforcement community—one who, when called upon, ran toward danger in aid of a female victim,” State Attorney General Steve Marshall said.
“Every state, including Alabama, has become a border state due to the disastrous and misguided immigration policies of the Biden administration.”
Some Alabama lawmakers are still reeling from the sticker shock after it was announced the budget for the new prison facility in Elmore County had been increased to nearly $1 billion.
As the left continues to blur the lines between genders, U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) is continuing to fight to keep women’s sports safe, fair and for females only.
State and federal officials are pushing back against Biden’s reported efforts to keep U.S. Space Command from locating in Huntsville.