The World Games in Birmingham was not as much of a success as organizers hoped it would’ve been, but there were some invaluable aspects when it came to emergency training leading up to the event.
St. Clair County Sheriff Billy Murray has a message for lawmakers and leaders in Alabama: Do not defund law enforcement.
On Sept. 17, the Alabama Coastal Cleanup returns. The 35th annual cleanup day will be from 8 a.m. until noon. The name of the event this year is “Get the Trash Out of the Splash.”
Some high school football games have been moved to Thursday night due to the possibility of storms and flooding.
Listen to 1819 News Editor-at-Large Erica Thomas on The Jeff Poor Show as they discuss the controversy over the Alabama Association of School Boards and its criticism of LOCAL Alabama, a grassroots parent organization, and her ALEA Marine Patrol ridealong over the weekend.
Labor Day marked the official end of summer for lake-goers in Alabama. Every year, Memorial Day opens up a season of fun in the sun, but Labor Day is the closing of memories that will last a lifetime for many.
The city of Birmingham is hosting a water drive this week for people in the city of Jackson, Miss., after a water crisis in the city.
In the state of Alabama, many workers are off today to celebrate Labor Day. But as prices of gas and groceries increase, those who work for minimum wage, might want to take advantage of the extra hours.
After a deadly weekend in Birmingham, Mayor Randall Woodfin is calling on the community to talk to friends and family of those affiliated with five gangs that could be responsible for shootings in the city.
Reclaim. Rebuild. Restore. That’s what His Way, located in Huntsville, is all about. The Christian-based non-profit is using all of its resources to help men and, in some cases, women recover from addiction.
The Alabama Association of School Boards (AASB) released a statement but refused to answer direct questions after being asked about comments made during a meeting earlier this week.
There is an effort underway in east Alabama to bring safety and security to abused women and children who otherwise wouldn’t have the opportunity to escape their situations.
As operations at Tru-Wood Cabinet Company, LLC, and Ashland Trucking Company wind down, some would-be customers are experiencing headaches and facing the loss of money.
The Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission will begin accepting applications from companies seeking a medical marijuana grower, processor, transporter or dispensary license on Thursday.
Montgomery County Circuit Judge Greg Griffin is considering a motion to dismiss a case involving Alabama’s voting machines. The lawsuit seeks to prohibit the use of electronic voting machines, claiming the machines make elections “unsecure and fatally compromised.”
The Gulf Shores Police Department announced the arrest of a man in connection to a sexual assault that happened in the parking lot of a bar and grill.
Who is in charge of the ABC Board, and how much do they get paid?
The Opelika Police Department announced an arrest in a cold case involving the murder of a 4-month-old baby.
From Alaska to Rhode Island and even Hawaii, there is a school bus driver shortage impacting school systems, transportation officials and families across the nation. Alabama is no exception.
The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) added a missing person to its missing adult database on Aug. 5 of this year, nearly nine years after the subject disappeared.
NASA is setting the state for the Monday morning launch of the Artemis I super heavy-lift rocket from Kennedy Space Center
Sherry Sain was struck by a vehicle in the parking lot of the store located at 1203 6th Avenue SE. She was pronounced dead on the scene.
Recent heavy rains have slammed the Alabama coastal areas, causing city and county leaders in several areas to step up.
Jonathan and Angel Brown had been giving gift boxes to people for encouragement as part of a non-profit effort. Their non-profit is called Good News Gift Box.
There are only a few days left for residents of Baldwin County to let leaders know what they want to see in the future.