Former President Donald Trump won’t attend the next 2024 GOP presidential debate in Tuscaloosa on Wednesday.
Governor Kay Ivey announced on Thursday the retirement of Major General Sheryl Gordon, who has served as the adjutant general of the Alabama National Guard for the last six years.
Members of the Alabama ABC Board took no action on moving forward with a new, bigger central warehouse and office facility project on Thursday.
The Business Council of Alabama made another round of judicial endorsements on Wednesday.
Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall announced on Wednesday his office had obtained a temporary restraining order (TRO) against White Hall Entertainment in Lowndes County.
Retired NFL and University of Alabama defensive end Wallace Gilberry officially launched his campaign on Wednesday for Congress in the race for the newly-drawn second congressional district in Alabama.
James Crank was arrested in Tuscaloosa Tuesday morning on child pornography charges after a search warrant was executed at his home, according to the West Alabama Human Trafficking Task Force.
The Birmingham City Council approved a $5 million loan for Birmingham-Southern College on Tuesday that will help fund operations at the private school for the near future.
Houston County Commissioners approved appropriating $500,000 at a Monday meeting to assist in a purchase of a strategic industrial site at an undisclosed location with the state and city of Dothan.
Members of the Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission (AMCC) settled litigation brought by some applicant cannabis companies on Monday.
Major General Sheryl Gordon, Adjutant General of the Alabama National Guard, has been illegally serving in her role for almost 11 months, according to a complaint filed with the Department of Defense’s (DoD) Office of Inspector General last week.
The administrator managing the City of Montgomery’s supplemental health insurance program for retired Medicare-eligible employees is changing next year.
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A plan to loan Birmingham-Southern College (BSC) $5 million in city funds in an attempt to keep the school open passed a Birmingham City Council committee on Tuesday.
Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall agreed to pay a requested $515,000 bill from court-appointed special master, Richard Allen, for fees and expenses related to drawing congressional redistricting maps in October for the 2024 election.
The Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission (AMCC) and multiple cannabis companies who have unsuccessfully sought a cannabis business license might have reached a settlement in multiple lawsuits.
The Alabama Supreme Court agreed last Friday to hear oral arguments in Harvest Church’s lawsuit against the United Methodist Church.
Former Auburn basketball player Gary Godfrey and former Alabama running back Kerry Goode teamed up at the Alabama State Capitol on Thursday to kick off the second annual “Kerry & Gary Challenge to Defeat ALS.”
Lieutenant Governor Will Ainsworth announced on Friday that almost $179 million has been officially awarded to 327 K-12 public schools across the state that submitted applications and demonstrated a need for capital improvements in their facilities.
Legislators and state officials have begun deliberations over how to spend hundreds of millions of dollars the state of Alabama has received in litigation settlements with pharmaceutical companies.
The Alabama Securities Commission filed a cease and desist administrative order against GS Partners Global, a company that sells MetaCertificates to prospective customers.
Smith Warren Management Services resumed providing administrative services to Alabama’s Board of Massage Therapy on Wednesday.
Montgomery County Circuit Judge Greg Griffin should reverse a recent decision to appoint a special master and certified public accountant in the Mabel Amos Memorial Fund lawsuit, according to a filing by the Alabama Attorney General’s Office on Tuesday.
Members of the Joint Study Commission on Grocery Taxation met on Tuesday for their first meeting of the quadrennium to begin considering the feasibility of eliminating the state’s sales tax on groceries.
An electric vehicle manufacturer with alleged ties to the Chinese Communist Party tried to locate in Alabama before local economic development officials turned down the project over national security concerns.