Just in this last election cycle, Jan. 1, 2019, until present, AEA has contributed $1,535,625.79 to candidates, lawmakers and BOE members across the state.
While politicians and the national media tie destruction caused by Hurricane Ian to climate change, Alabama's climatologist is uncovering the truth with real data.
As deer season approaches in Alabama, deer meat processors are preparing to face new challenges this year due to chronic wasting disease.
The man charged in connection to a body found buried behind a house in Hueytown will go to trial on Jan. 9, 2023, over three years after the death.
The CEO of an election worker management company was recently arrested due, in part, to the investigative efforts of an Alabama man.
The ABC Board leases more space than any other state agency, according to the Examiners of Public Accounts.
A man suspected in a crash that claimed two lives last year is now charged, nearly a year after the crash.
The Pell City Police Department said a “copycat” case concerning a death notebook in school has led to the expulsion of a sixth-grade student.
Kimberly Renee Rawls told the Alabama Ethics Commission she blames the Houston County Democratic party for not helping her get started on her campaign.
A former Randolph County Chief Deputy was sentenced to probation after a plea agreement was reached concerning multiple ethics charges.
A fatal crash on Nov. 27, 2021, claimed two lives and injured five others in Huntsville. However, nearly a year later no one has been arrested or charged and the family of the victims says they are tired of excuses.
With higher prices and less availability of equipment and fewer people interested in first responder jobs, Gene Coleman said Assistance to Firefighters Grants (AFG) and Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) are necessary.
The 2022 general election is just over a month away. While voters may be familiar with the offices on the ballot, including U.S. Senate and governor, less attention has been devoted to the constitutional amendments on the ballot this cycle.
On the day that would have been Hannah Leigh Parton's 25th birthday, loved ones gathered at a Huntsville park to honor her memory while still awaiting justice for her death.
There is a small business in a small northeast Alabama town that is making a big difference. A Little Something Extra might look like an average ice cream truck but a closer look will reveal a greater purpose.
The Trussville City Schools Board of Education on Friday accepted Superintendent Dr. Pattie Neill's request for administrative leave following a scandal over a student’s “death notebook” discovered nearly a year ago.
Following information revealed about Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s transgender practices, 1819 News took a look at practices at UAB and Children's of Alabama.
Chief Darryl Albert said his department is focusing on drug crimes in full force in order to make sure citizens feel safe.
A Mobile Airport Police officer was arrested last week after Daphne Police said he was caught masturbating in public.
Listen to 1819 News Editor-at-Large Erica Thomas on News & Views with Joey Clark as they discuss the "death notebook" revealed to the public one year after it was discovered by school officials, but only after the student made more threats.
The principal at Hewitt-Trussville High School, Tim Salem, has been put on administrative leave after it was discovered he did not report a death list made by a student nearly a year ago.
The America First Policy Institute’s America First Agenda Town Halls & Bus Tour pulled into Alabama this week.
Outraged parents in Trussville are planning to gather at the next city council meeting to address issues following the discovery of a “death notebook” that was kept from them for nearly a year.
Sanders Aviation's Big Red Racing Team is back safely in Alabama after a tragic at the Reno Air Races this month.
The Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office presented two life-saving awards Friday after a deputy and a student saved a girl’s life during a football game on Aug. 26.
If you are looking for a glimmer of hope for humanity, you have come to the right place. There is a story in Dekalb County that will surely inspire.
The Alabama State Department of Education’s Career Tech Education (CTE) and Workforce Development programs are growing and those in charge of the programs are hoping that growth will continue.