The city of Mobile is celebrating being named one of 51 designees of the inaugural Innovate Alabama Network.
The Foley Public Library is now under new leadership and changes have already taken place following complaints about inappropriate books in the children and teen sections.
Rev. Robert Clopton, the president of the Mobile branch of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) spoke with 1819 News about Jawan Dallas, who died this summer after being arrested.
This weekend, an organization started by a Mobile police officer is asking families to come out to rally for the nuclear family.
This Christmas, foster children in Alabama deserve to feel at home and celebrate with their foster families. That’s why one South Alabama non-profit is doing what it can to help make that happen.
Due to higher costs of fertilizer, labor, fuel and equipment, Christmas tree prices are expected to be higher than usual this year. In many places, the drought could also impact Christmas tree farms.
The Iron Bowl is more than a game for football fans in Alabama. It’s a deep-rooted tradition and you never know what can happen.
History class isn’t for everyone. Learning about things that happened thousands of years ago can be quite daunting for those who are more concerned about being present and enjoying life as it is. However, one east Alabama teacher is making learning great again and is going deep with her students … literally.
This Thanksgiving, one Alabama family is especially grateful after receiving two little gifts from God almost a year ago. Dalton and Mary Elizabeth Miller were born on one of the coldest days in Alabama history: December 23, 2022.
A producer of special events came to Mobile Tuesday to address the council after he said he has been dealing with incompetence and manipulation with the management of Ladd-Peebles Stadium.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) sent a letter to the Baldwin County School system after a social media post by Foley High School showed a student-made “prayer mirror” in the girls’ bathroom.
The Mobile City Council Tuesday delayed a vote changing the police department’s video footage policy due to the need for more discussion.
Victor Birch was well-known in the Mobile running community. He was known to run in marathons and triathlons. However, Birch’s life was taken in a tragic crash in September of 2022 when another vehicle sped over the center line and hit Birch’s vehicle head-on.
Earlier this month, the Argo Police Department was working to track down a suspect and sought public help by posting information online. Before he knew it, Chief Alan Busler said people from the community were volunteering to take matters into their own hands.
Decatur Mayor Tab Bowling released a statement Monday in response to the shooting death of a man killed during an interaction with police.
The Mobile City Council will vote Tuesday on a change to the police department’s policy on video footage from body-worn cameras and dashcams.
A new $50 million resort-style hotel is coming to Foley in 2025.
Kids to Love, a non-profit that supports foster children in Alabama, is holding its annual Christmas for Kids ornaments program.
The City of Foley is completing a project to turn portions of the Bon Secour River headwater into a municipal wetland reserve.
There’s a new, healthy eating and coffee option in Baldwin County and the warm, welcoming vibe is bringing people together for fellowship and productivity. Press & Co., in Daphne, opened in August and has since focused on community and nutrition.
Since the October 7 terrorist attacks by Hamas, the non-profit's founder and CEO Heather Johnston said the mission of supporting Israel has become more critical.
The man sentenced to death in a 1993 deadly home invasion was executed Thursday night.
Tarrant Mayor Wayman Newton has put the city’s police chief on administrative leave and filed a complaint in court following a shootout on Interstate 59.
A Mobile County grand jury came back with a no bill in the investigation into the death of Jawan Dallas, a man who died after being arrested by Mobile Police.
The man convicted in the shooting death of Moody Police Lt. Stephen Williams in 2020 was sentenced to death Wednesday.