Two of the three candidates for U.S. Senate in Alabama haven’t filed required annual financial disclosure forms before the upcoming general election in November.
The Houston County Commission will decide Tuesday whether to agree to participate in a limited voting audit after the general election in November.
Four Republican members of Alabama’s congressional delegation are scrutinizing an increase in foreign buyers of agricultural land in the United States.
Six cities and towns in Dale County are calling for an investigation into the county government’s use of federal funding.
State Rep. Chris Pringle (R-Mobile) said Thursday he’s planning to file legislation to ban non-disclosure agreements involving taxpayer dollars.
Matt Walsh’s “What is a woman?” fall tour is making a stop in Tuscaloosa on Oct. 27 despite some complaints from students about the conservative commentator.
A bill by U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) that would increase the maximum life insurance benefit for military families by $100,000 is expected to be signed into law this week.
A small group of people at the University of Alabama is petitioning the school to remove “Dixie” from its “Yea, Alabama!” fight song in favor of a “more appropriate term."
Listen to 1819 News Assistant Editor Caleb Taylor on The Jeff Poor Show as they discuss gambling in Arkansas, with which Caleb is familiar, and gambling/"games of skill" legislation that may be introduced in the 2023 Alabama regular legislative session.
Amalgamated Bank should “expect Congressional oversight” over its role in creating a new merchant category code specifically for gun and ammunition retailers, according to a letter sent to Priscilla Sims Brown, Amalgamated’s CEO, last week signed by U.S. Sens. Richard Shelby (R-Tuscaloosa) and Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn).
Hurricane Ian did “no damage” to Artemis flight hardware and another launch attempt is scheduled for mid to late November, according to NASA officials.
A recent Supreme Court of Alabama ruling banning “electronic bingo” in Lowndes and Macon counties “makes clear what my office has maintained from the start: these gambling enterprises are not only patently illegal under Alabama law, but also a menace to public health, morals, safety, and welfare,” according to Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall.
The Supreme Court of Alabama suspended on Friday an administrative order by 15th Circuit Court Judge Johnny Hardwick that would’ve eliminated bond for certain felonies and misdemeanors.
Electronic bingo is now illegal in Lowndes and Macon Counties, according to a Supreme Court of Alabama ruling today.
Alabama’s U.S. Senators Richard Shelby (R-Tuscaloosa) and Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) were recently at odds over legislation to avoid a government shutdown.
In another sign that Alabama needs to pass major tax relief soon to remain competitive with much of the rest of the nation, South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem and West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice both announced major tax cut proposals for their respective states this week.
A federal judge this week sentenced an Alabama man for defrauding Jefferson County’s retirement plan of over $130,000.
U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) called Eagle Forum “a very good group” and “we’ll just have to let the courts decide” on a recent subpoena by the Department of Justice sent to Eagle Forum.
Accused criminals in Montgomery County may soon be able to avoid jail time while awaiting trial thanks to a recent administrative order aimed at reforming the bond system.
Many Alabamians may soon find some financial relief if State Sen. Andrew Jones' (R-Centre) bill to reduce municipal occupational taxes makes it through the Legislature next session.
Alabama Law Enforcement Agency's (ALEA) Driver License Division is currently experiencing a statewide network outage.
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Merrill v. Milligan, a case that will decide whether the state of Alabama’s 2021 congressional redistricting plan violates the Voting Rights Act, on Tuesday, Oct. 4.
A local Army veteran was honored by the city of Enterprise last week for his role in saving two women from a house fire recently.
Over a year ago, the NCAA revised its guidelines to allow student-athletes to profit from the use of their name, image and likeness (NIL). Now U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) and U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin (D-West Virginia) are on a fact-finding quest to learn how to best craft legislation to regulate NIL collectives.