Alabama men’s basketball coach Nate Oats apoligized Tuesday evening for comments he made earlier that day regarding one of his player’s alleged involvement in a shooting that took place last month.
They’re trying to make everybody the same, and that’s not going to work. It has no chance of surviving. This country can’t survive with that type of philosophy.
While some state officials argue for tax cuts in light of Alabama’s $2.7 billion budget surplus, State Sen. Andrew Jones is look for relief elsewhere by eliminating occupational taxes.
Occupational taxes are local taxes businesses and service providers pay to operate within a municipality. For Gadsden, they account for nearly 30% of the annual budget — roughly $15 million.
“The world is on the brink of a major conflict, and America’s military must be ready to fight at a moment’s notice. Now is not the time to socially experiment with our armed forces at the expense of readiness, morale, and our national defense.”
U.S. Rep. Dale Strong said the best thing outside of outlawing the app would be for Americans to simply stop using it.
Strong said the recent Chinese spy balloon incident should serve as a wake-up call that the U.S. needs to be ready to defend itself.
Scofield suggested placing the money into a trust fund, which would accrue a “considerable amount” of interest. He said Alabama is already “one of the lowest taxed states in the country.”
After a bill was pre-filed in the Alabama Senate to roll back the prisoner early release law that went into effect last month, Gov. Kay Ivey doubled down on her support of the law by saying it is for the good of public safety.
Days after the U.S. shot down a Chinese spy balloon that had crossed into American airspace, three more unidentified flying objects were blasted out of the sky after being detected over North America.
Some offered encouragement and prayer while others tried to claim Keith was the victim of a racially-motivated arrest.
"I didn’t come here to discuss anything. That's what court is for. What I've owed you is accountability, and I will never be distracting from the business of this great city.”
U.S. Rep. Jerry Carl was among the many Republicans who took offense at some of the claims and accusations during President Joe Biden’s State of the Union address Tuesday night.
His quick-witted comment was met with laughter by his fellow congressmen who were gathered to discuss Twitter’s banning of conservative voices while allowing bad actors, like Iran’s ayatollah Ali Khamenei, to continue to post.
President Joe Biden sparred with vocal Republican members of Congress during his State of the Union address Tuesday night as he touted his accomplishments while promising to tackle issues like gun violence, the fentanyl crisis and hidden airline baggage fees.
On Wednesday, state Attorney General Steve Marshall sat down with 1819 News CEO and host of the 1819 News Podcast Bryan Dawson for a wide-ranging interview, during which they discussed how accountability is the key to drug recovery.
The three are among 196 congressmen who took money from the now-bankrupt cryptocurrency exchange.
Alabama’s Attorney General Steve Marshall sees mandatory minimum sentences as a valuable tool for curbing crime properly applied.
According to the DA, when her office reached out to the Alabama Bureau of Pardons and Paroles for information about a convicted murderer released in Blount County, she was told he no longer had an ankle monitor and was considered “low risk.”
He is putting his full support behind the cities’ and state’s application for the RAISE grant to construct a new northbound bridge that will more efficiently and more safely handle the area’s growing traffic.
“Before, we could only speculate. Now we know: the ‘Russian threat’ was, in this case at least, just a bunch of ordinary Americans dressed up to look like a Red Menace."
School choice is looking to be a hot topic in the upcoming state legislative session, and the Eagle Forum has already helped draft a bill to get the discussion going on day one.
The watchdog organization Stop Antisemitism is asking the University of Alabama to investigate anti-Jewish messages seen written in chalk around the Tuscaloosa campus.
“When a woman changes her mind after seeing the ultrasound, we call that an interception. But if they come to Christ, that’s a pick six.”
Wes Allen said the state’s elections would get along just fine using its own checks and balances.
“The American people have been kept in the dark about legally binding agreements made by federal agencies for too long,” Palmer said.
"A student's success shouldn't be determined by their zip code."