Law enforcement officials from across the state gathered in Albertville last Sunday to celebrate the life and mourn the loss of Marshall County Chief Deputy Steve Guthrie.
Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall has filed a motion to intervene in a federal lawsuit to stop a Trump-era immigration policy from expiring next month.
Tuberville, who has been critical of the Chinese government, said he hopes the bill will stop the “blatant theft” and interference of the CCP.
Wingo came to the University of Alabama in the late 1970s. There he met his wife of 42 years and had four successful seasons with the Crimson Tide. But things nearly went a different direction when Wingo was cut from the team his junior year.
The Alabama State Department of Education released on Friday its statewide school report cards for 2021-2022.
When Rich Wingo first ran for office in 2014, he did it with the intention of only serving two terms. Now that he’s leaving, he still sees more work to be done.
Alabama received one of the worst woke scores among the schools surveyed by The Heritage Foundation — worse than California and New York.
Decatur Mayor Tab Bowling admitted to violating the city’s ordinance prohibiting short-term rentals.
Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin called out a Republican U.S. Congressman Pete Sessions (R-TX) for “offensive” comments he made comparing marijuana and slavery.
After months of speculation and anticipation, former President Donald Trump has officially announced his candidacy for the 2024 presidential election.
A Marshall County judge has sentenced Jimmy Spencer to death for the murder of three people in Guntersville.
The Alabama Democratic Party has struggled to gain political momentum across the state since it last held legislative majorities in 2010, and that's partly due to continued infighting and dissension amongst the ranks.
A student and band member at Albertville High School, Abney has been chosen to play at Carnegie Hall as part of its High School Honors Performance Series, which “is limited to the highest-rated young performers from across the world.”
The Montgomery County Board of Education is moving forward with renaming two of its schools even though doing so may be against state law.
Republicans went into the midterm election Tuesday hoping to take back Congress from Democrats in a “red wave.” When that didn’t happen, many began speculating about what led to the low performance, but Sen. Mo Brooks (R-Huntsville) said the GOP has no one to blame but themselves.
At 27, Brock Colvin will be the youngest member of the Alabama Legislature when his term begins next session.
There was some speculation going into Tuesday’s midterm elections about whether a handful of races might turn Madison County from Republican red to a more Democratic purple.
Lt. Governor Will Ainsworth has won reelection against Libertarian opponent Ruth Page-Nelson.
Since 1964, the John Coffee Memorial Bridge has served drivers on the Natchez Trace Parkway, going back and forth over the Tennessee River. However, during its 58-year lifespan, the nearly one-mile-long bridge has never had any significant repairs.
Drivers in Huntsville got some good news recently when the Huntsville City Council approved repaving more than 100 roads.
Since 2015, Huntsville City Schools has been under a federal consent order to implement racial equity practices and diversity quotas systemwide.
U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Huntsville) wasted no time in calling out Democrats over their lax border and immigration policies that ostensibly helped facilitate the attack.
Recent incidents involving guns misfiring at Huntsville City Schools have some school board members rethinking student disciplinary policies.
Alabama Power is raising its prices starting this December to combat rising fuel costs and increased demand.
Joined by U.S. Senator Marshall Blackburn (R-Tenn.) and a host of other state officials, Britt laid out her conservative plans should she take office, tackling key issues such as border security, reproductive issues, economic woes and education reform.
While many expect Mississippi State’s John Cohen to take over soon as Auburn University’s athletic director, it has not been without some pushback from within the Auburn family.
While some argued against the tax, almost everyone in attendance agreed on one thing: the Marshall County School System is in dire financial need.