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Wes Allen Alabama News
Secretary of State Allen applauds ballot harvesting, ranked-choice voting bans: ‘There is still more work to do’

Alabama Secretary of State Wes Allen said he was “especially proud” of a new ballot harvesting law and four other bills passed by the legislature during the 2024 session.

chickens Alabama News
Feds claim migrant children working at Jasper poultry plant; Child labor law violations listed

The U.S. Department of Labor is asking a judge to stop the Mar-Jac Poultry plant in Jasper from shipping goods they say were processed illegally. The DOL filed a civil complaint seeking injunctive relief.

Chris Blackshear Alabama News
State Rep. Blackshear puts failed gambling package on Senate – 'Ask one of the 15 senators that voted against this legislation'

State Rep. Chris Blackshear (R-Phenix City) is not shying away from blaming the Senate for its inability to advance multiple iterations of the comprehensive gambling package during the legislative session.

Caroleene Dobson Alabama News
'Absolute Persecution': AL-2 GOP hopeful Dobson blasts 'lawfare,' says opponent Shomari Figures 'complicit in Biden's weaponized DOJ'

During an appearance on Mobile radio FM Talk 106.5's "The Jeff Poor Show," Caroleene Dobson, the Republican nominee for Alabama's open second congressional district seat, blasted the weaponization and applauded Marshall and Tuberville for supporting Trump.

Alabama political news soros Alabama News
Allen Keller: Why is George Soros still allowed in this country?

Soros, ethnically of Jewish origin, worked as a courier for the Nazis when Hungary was under German occupation during World War II. His job was to locate fellow Jews for deportation—an act that almost certainly meant execution.

Robert G. Brown. Baldwin County Jail Alabama News
Arrest made in Baldwin County May Day shooting; Sheriff’s office looking for other suspects

The Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office announced the arrest of one person in connection to a shooting at a May Day event in Stockton.

APLS Board meeting Alabama News
State Library Board to vote on Gov. Ivey's proposed rule changes related to sexually explicit children's books

The Alabama Public Library Service (APLS) board will vote Thursday to either advance or reject a series of administrative policies suggested by Gov. Kay Ivey addressing sexually explicit books.

Space and Rocket Center. Alabama News
Father refunded for Huntsville's Space Camp months after social media post on trans employee goes viral

Clay Yarbrough, the father whose social media post caused statewide controversy surrounding Huntsville’s Space and Rocket Center’s Space Camp, has received a full refund for the trip his daughter never took.

shooting bullets glass police line Alabama News
Officer-involved shooting leaves one dead in Athens

The State Bureau of Investigations (SBI) is investigating an officer-involved shooting in Athens.

Auburn PD Alabama News
Auburn Police arrest two on gambling charges

Auburn Police arrested Rifat Hassan for conspiracy to promote gambling and possession of a gambling device on Tuesday.

Tuberville 51324 Alabama News
Tuberville condemns Antisemitism Awareness Act for restricting free speech — 'We have to go by the Constitution'

Though he’s been a vocal supporter of Israel and the Jewish community, U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) said he’s opposed to the so-called Antisemitism Awareness Act since it hampers free speech.

Alabama Political News Matt Gentry Alabama News
‘We have a president who does not care about the country’: Cullman County Sheriff Matt Gentry unloads on Biden’s open border policies at D.C. Police Week event

Increased illegal alien crime from President Joe Biden’s open border policies is spreading to other states, according to Cullman County Sheriff Matt Gentry.

Hangout Music Festival Alabama News
'Pack your patience': 40,000 expected in Gulf Shores for Hangout Music Fest

The 2024 Hangout Music Fest this week is expected to attract around 40,000 people to the Alabama Gulf Coast this weekend. The festival begins Friday and goes through Sunday.

Gov. Kay Ivey signs. Alabama News
Ivey travels to Demopolis to sign bill into law creating Alabama School of Healthcare Sciences

Gov. Kay Ivey signed House Bill 167 (HB167) into law on Tuesday, officially approving the creation of the Alabama School of Healthcare Sciences in Demopolis.

Caroleene Dobson Alabama News
U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik’s E-PAC endorses Caroleene Dobson

U.S. House Republican Conference chair Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.) endorsed Caroleene Dobson on Wednesday.

Tuberville Alabama News
Tuberville: No taxpayer funds used to pay for trip to Trump court hearing — 'The liberal media are losing their minds'

U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) is continuing to stand by former President Donald Trump after traveling to New York City to support Trump in his ongoing legal battle surrounding alleged hush money paid to a porn star.

GKI Signs HB113 Alabama News
Ivey signs First Grade Readiness Bill into law

Gov. Kay Ivey on Wednesday signed House Bill 113, the First Grade Readiness Bill, into law. 

birmingham mayor randall woodfin Alabama News
Mayor Woodfin makes 'direct plea' to citizens to work with Birmingham Police amid recent shootings — 'Residents have to step up'

On Wednesday, Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin issued a "direct plea" to residents following recent shootings in which two children were shot on Mother's Day and a 62-year-old disabled man was shot and killed.

Wetumpka art show Alabama News
‘Downtown Artists’: Free art show featuring over 50 artists in Wetumpka on Saturday

Wetumpka was the arts center for the southeastern United States from 1937 to 1948. This Saturday, that experience will be recreated for a day.

Alabama political news pilgrims Alabama News
Col. John Eidsmoe: The historical precedence of guns in the church

The practice of carrying firearms to church goes back to the days of the Pilgrims, who thought it necessary to keep and bear arms to ensure their safety before, during, and after church services.

PAPER BALLOTS Alabama News
Alabama one of two states without post-election audits

Legislation requiring post-election audits died in the Senate last week.

False information in report Alabama News
Mobile mayor confirms Kenyen Brown report includes false information

Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson said it was unfortunate that a review by former U.S. Attorney Kenyen Brown included false information about a crime that never happened.

Israel Flag Alabama News
Members of Alabama's federal delegation celebrate Israel Independence Day — 'America will always stand with Israel'

Republican members of Alabama’s federal delegation took time on Tuesday to recognize Israel’s Independence Day by renewing calls to support Israel in the ongoing conflicts with neighboring nations.

Athens police car Alabama News
Athens Police Chief: ‘Road rage’ cause of ALGOP volunteer altercation; ‘No indication’ of political motivation

An altercation on Saturday involving a Republican Party volunteer in Athens was the result of “road rage” and not politically motivated, according to Athens Police Chief Anthony Pressnell on Tuesday.

Isaac Munoz Madison Mugshot Alabama News
Madison City Schools contract employee charged with having sexual relationship with student

Isaac Munoz was arrested Friday by the Madison Police Department (MPD) and charged with a school employee having sexual contact with a student under the age of 19, a Class-C Felony.

Harris britt AP Alabama News
Britt slams VP Harris for dropping f-bomb during speech, failing as 'border czar' — 'She was put in charge and she has done nothing'

U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) has long been a vocal critic of President Joe Biden for his mishandling of the crisis at America's southern border, but Tuesday, on "Alabama's Morning News with JT," she didn't hold back her disdain for Vice President Kamala Harris and her failures as well.

Morgan Larson addresses Birmingham City Council. Alabama News
Dozens of ‘Free Palestine’ protesters show up as Birmingham City Council honors Jewish American History Month

Dozens of Palestine supporters showed up Tuesday at the Birmingham City Council meeting to ask for a resolution calling for a ceasefire in Gaza.

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