A federal judge ruled in favor of True the Vote Tuesday in a three-year-long legal battle to support election integrity in Georgia.
The Alabama Policy Institute released its 2023-2024 Educational Freedom in Alabama report Tuesday in support of universal school choice.
A chemical spray manufactured in China is being purchased and shipped straight to Alabama for drug users, Escambia County drug investigators say. Now, they are warning those using these dangerous chemicals could face serious charges but also serious health issues.
The process and authority of Alabama’s State Health Officer continues to concern those who identified a potential glitch in the system after the COVID pandemic—a glitch that ended in devastation for some Alabama business owners.
State Rep. Juandalynn Givan (D-Birmingham) was very busy topping off 2023 with her campaign for Alabama’s new second congressional district. Here is a look at the top TikTok hits from Givan.
An Atmore woman was released from jail nearly nine months after being arrested with Kratom in Alabama. Since the arrest, supporters from across the nation raised thousands of dollars to help pay her bond.
Birmingham-Southern College (BSC) is hosting the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Unity Breakfast on January 15, 2024, and the guest speaker is catching some heat from a local community activist.
The FBI and the Secret Service were involved in a “To Catch a Predator” type sting in Jefferson County that led to one arrest.
The Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) is attacking State Senate Pro-Tem Greg Reed (R-Jasper) for supporting a water and granola bar program between churches and Etowah County Schools.
Alabama Power has agreed to have conversations with representatives from the Environmental Protection Agency concerning what to do about coal ash at the James Barry Plant in Bucks.
Pigskin memories, gridiron lessons and name recognition are all things college football teams get when they make it to a college bowl game. But the sponsors of those bowl games that make them happen also get a return.
Becky Gerritson, executive director of Eagle Forum of Alabama, said priorities include tackling predatory gambling, protecting kids from being exposed to online porn, universal school choice, using gold and silver as legal tender, K-12 education and higher education transparency. She said the topics are common sense, practical issues and she is hopeful for what's to come.
A multi-agency drug bust led to the arrest of two individuals and the seizure of enough fentanyl to provide 500,000 potentially lethal doses.
The University of South Alabama Jaguars won the Ventures 68 Ventures Bowl against the Eastern Michigan Eagles 59-10 but at least one of the Eagles didn't make his exit gracefully.
A suspect in the April 15 Dadeville shooting that claimed the lives of four people and injured 25 others pleaded not guilty and waived his right to an arraignment.
Birmingham-based JH Israel is helping IDF widowed spouses and orphans with a modified program meeting wartime recovery needs.
A new partnership between the Community Foundation of Northeast Alabama and the First Presbyterian Church of Anniston will mean a beautiful Anniston church will remain occupied and maintained for years to come.
The Mobile Police Department completed a successful “Operation Holiday Blitz” this week, executing five search warrants, ending in a dozen arrests and the seizure of 10 illegal gambling machines and a variety of illegal substances.
Abbeville is once again looking for a police chief after the interim chief resigned Tuesday.
The state of Alabama is set to be the first state to put to death a prisoner by using nitrogen gas, but a federal judge may halt the execution due to the method the state approved.
A Baldwin County man charged in the quadruple homicide of three family members and a family friend will undergo a second mental health evaluation before the case moves forward.
It appears the number of drug fatalities in 2023 will exceed the 2022 number in Jefferson County, but the coroner says the increase won’t be significant.
The criminal trial for Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) director John Cooper has been pushed back once again in Marshall County.
Despite studies showing how unsuccessful and harmful diversity, equity and inclusion policies and programs can be, DEI-backed funding sources still support training and workforce development in states across the country, including Alabama.
State Rep. Phillip Ensler (D-Montgomery) made an early appearance Tuesday on “Fox & Friends First” to talk about the nearly 200 swatting incidents that took place over the weekend at synagogues across the nation.
Hanceville Mayor Kenneth Nail resigned Tuesday and was sentenced as part of a plea deal.
A former teacher and soccer coach at Faith Academy private school in Mobile pleaded not guilty to charges related to an alleged sexual relationship with a student.