Several members of Alabama’s delegation to the U.S. House of Representatives weighed in on the warfare that erupted in Israel over the weekend following a terrorist attack near the Gaza Strip.
Some state agencies took to Twitter and Facebook on Monday to notify citizens and recognize one or more of the holidays. Few recognized Columbus Day or Fraternal Day, however.
Auburn men’s basketball head coach Bruce Pearl accused President Joe Biden on Saturday morning of funding adversaries of Israel to the detriment of Israeli residents.
After 1819 News reported on a “spotlight bias” study from the 1792 Exchange, which gave the Retirement Systems of Alabama’s investment managers one of the highest “Pro-ESG” averages in the country, a spokesperson from RSA responded to refute the nonprofit’s claim.
Secretary of State Wes Allen told 1819 News on Friday that he will not run for Congress in the newly redrawn District 2.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced on Tuesday it is investigating whether or not the Alabama Department of Environmental Management engaged in racial discrimination when distributing funding for sanitation infrastructure.
What was previously Calhoun County’s Pelham Range Army Reserve Training Center became the Clarke Range Complex after military officials renamed the facility last week.
According to a recently published report from Niche, three Alabama universities are among the most conservative colleges in the United States.
D.A. King, a plaintiff in a defamation lawsuit against the Montgomery-based Southern Poverty Law Center, said in a podcast appearance on Monday that his case against the far-left activist organization is just “the beginning of the beginning.”
The office of Jefferson County District Attorney Danny Carr is working with several local nonprofits, businesses and government agencies to help formerly incarcerated individuals get to work.
Capstone Communities, the developer behind the attempt to alter the plan for a Hoover community to construct hundreds of residential units, a parking garage and a hotel, responded on Thursday to a request for comment by 1819 News.
The 1792 Exchange released a new “spotlight bias report” detailing the percentage of “pro-ESG” resolutions supported by state pension funds in 2022, and the Retirement Systems of Alabama (RSA) landed near the top of the list.
Trussville City Schools Superintendent Patrick Martin told 1819 News on Thursday that the controversial Alabama Campaign for Adolescent Sexual Health lied to school officials about the material presented to students at a health fair last spring.
Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin applauded the U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) on Wednesday for denying Alabama’s emergency stay request over an August ruling prohibiting Alabama from using the congressional map passed by state lawmakers in July.
CEO of sexual risk prevention ministry Decisions, Choices and Options (DCO) Joi Wasill spoke to members of the Trussville community at CrossPoint Church Tuesday night about the challenges children face in today's cultural and ideological climate.
Voters in central Alabama participated in two special primary elections for the Alabama State House on Tuesday, and one ended in a runoff for the Republican nomination.
Thousands of small businesses in the state will no longer have to pay monthly estimated sales taxes to the Alabama Department of Revenue effective Sunday.
The Homewood City Council moved forward in the process of creating a referendum to change the city’s model of government during its meeting on Monday night.
A group of Hoover residents are attempting to stop a new development proposed for their neighborhood.
A video circulating on Twitter over the weekend shows Alabama State University wide receiver Jacob Freeman punching a security guard in the face after the team lost to Florida A&M on the road on Saturday.
After Anniston High School canceled its community pep rally and homecoming parade on Thursday following a recent shooting, White Plains High School canceled its matchup against Anniston on Friday.
The Anniston High School Bulldogs will take on the White Plains Wildcats in its annual homecoming football game on Friday night. But, unlike previous years, Anniston residents didn’t get to encourage the team the night before.
U.S. Rep. Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) took a jab at President Joe Biden on Friday morning, suggesting that the number of illegal immigrants that have entered through the southern border exceeds the populations of a majority of U.S. states.
MONTGOMERY - Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) Commissioner John Hamm delivered an update on prison construction during Wednesday’s Join Prison Oversight Committee meeting, insinuating that just one of the two new mega-prisons could cost the state over $1 billion.
This week, the Homewood City Council’s Finance Committee officially recommended that the council change how the city government operates.
MONTGOMERY - Alabama Department of Corrections Commissioner John Hamm refused to go into detail about an incident at Donaldson Correctional Facility in August, which involved a prisoner with a gun who may have taken guards hostage.
Student and local LGBTQ activists crowded in front of the Wright Center at Samford University in Birmingham on Thursday to pressure the private Christian college into removing what they call anti-LGBTQ policies.