Alabama State Treasurer Young Boozer is “disappointed with the incendiary rhetoric” of Birmingham-Southern College president Daniel Coleman after he said last week Boozer acted in “bad faith” in denying a state loan to the private school.
U.S. Rep. Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) will run for the Republican nomination for the first congressional district in the 2024 election.
Birmingham-Southern College (BSC) might’ve received a planned $30 million state loan if the city of Birmingham and Jefferson County governments had “stepped up” to guarantee or fund some of the loan, according to State Sen. Arthur Orr (R-Decatur).
Two of the five suspects in the infamous August Montgomery Riverfront Park brawl that received national media attention pleaded guilty on Friday.
Has the federal government found one more excuse to sue Alabama?
Prosecutors asked a federal judge on Monday to revoke the bond of State Rep. John Rogers (D-Birmingham).
The Alabama Supreme Court sided with the city of Auburn on Friday in a lawsuit contesting their ordinance regulating short-term rental properties.
Birmingham-Southern College (BSC) closing would be a disaster for Birmingham and Jefferson County, according to State Sen. Rodger Smitherman (D-Birmingham).
Despite legal setbacks and rumors of an overhaul, major changes to Alabama's medical cannabis licensing process likely won't happen during the upcoming legislative session next February.
The Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission will decide Thursday whether to rescind all previously-awarded cannabis business licenses.
A committee of legislators, law enforcement, educators, and state agency directors met on Tuesday to begin examining school safety again in Alabama.
Montgomery County Circuit Judge James Anderson dismissed a lawsuit on Wednesday filed by Birmingham-Southern College (BSC) last week against Alabama State Treasurer Young Boozer.
Abortions in Alabama declined from an average of 635 per month to zero after the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) overturned Roe v. Wade in June, 2022, according to a new study.
Alabama ranks 39th in the nation for its business tax climate, according to a new study released on Tuesday.
Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall asked Montgomery County Circuit Judge James Anderson on Monday to dismiss a lawsuit recently filed by Birmingham-Southern College (BSC) against Alabama State Treasurer Young Boozer for denying the private school a $30 million state loan last week.
A sentencing hearing for former State Rep. Fred Plump, Jr. (D-Fairfield) scheduled for Monday in a Birmingham federal court has been delayed.
The Lieutenant Governor’s Commission on 21st Century Workforce met Wednesday in Birmingham to prepare recommendations to transform Alabama’s current workforce development initiatives.
An unnamed female staffer for U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) was robbed and carjacked at gunpoint on Thursday night in Washington D.C.
Alabama Department of Transportation contracts held up by legislators in September over a dispute involving the financing and wisdom of the West Alabama Corridor project will move forward next week.
Alabama Department of Labor Secretary Fitzgerald Washington announced on Friday that the state’s labor force participation rate remained unchanged in September at 57%.
Birmingham-Southern College (BSC) will likely shut down at the end of the semester absent a court order forcing Alabama State Treasurer Young Boozer to issue the private school a $30 million state loan.
Birmingham-Southern College (BSC) officials filed a lawsuit Wednesday against Alabama State Treasurer Young Boozer after he notified the private school he was denying its requested $30 million state loan.
Economic expert Andrew Puzder warned on Tuesday during a speech at Troy University of the perils environmental, social, and governance investing might have on the average American.
The State of Alabama began accepting applications on Monday from local economic development authorities to request funding for industrial site development in their communities.
Pike Road Mayor Gordon Stone likely won’t pursue the Republican nomination for Congress in the 2nd District despite some encouragement to do so.
It looks like Alabama might have a new Senate Majority Leader in the near future.
Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall filed an 18-state amicus brief before the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday in support of Florida’s health care regulation that declines to use Medicaid funds to pay for gender transitioning procedures.