Alabama’s Attorney General Steve Marshall sees mandatory minimum sentences as a valuable tool for curbing crime properly applied.
According to the DA, when her office reached out to the Alabama Bureau of Pardons and Paroles for information about a convicted murderer released in Blount County, she was told he no longer had an ankle monitor and was considered “low risk.”
He is putting his full support behind the cities’ and state’s application for the RAISE grant to construct a new northbound bridge that will more efficiently and more safely handle the area’s growing traffic.
“Before, we could only speculate. Now we know: the ‘Russian threat’ was, in this case at least, just a bunch of ordinary Americans dressed up to look like a Red Menace."
School choice is looking to be a hot topic in the upcoming state legislative session, and the Eagle Forum has already helped draft a bill to get the discussion going on day one.
The watchdog organization Stop Antisemitism is asking the University of Alabama to investigate anti-Jewish messages seen written in chalk around the Tuscaloosa campus.
“When a woman changes her mind after seeing the ultrasound, we call that an interception. But if they come to Christ, that’s a pick six.”
Wes Allen said the state’s elections would get along just fine using its own checks and balances.
“The American people have been kept in the dark about legally binding agreements made by federal agencies for too long,” Palmer said.
"A student's success shouldn't be determined by their zip code."
On Monday, U.S. Senator Katie Britt voted not to confirm Brendan Owens to serve as Assistant Secretary for Energy, Installations and Environment in the Department of Defense.
“[S]ome members of Congress won’t really focus on trying to cut spending unless they’re really pushed to the wall,” Aderholt said.
Gov. Kay Ivey and several other state officials took part in a ceremonial groundbreaking in Guntersville on Thursday for Snead State Community College’s new workforce skills training center.
It’s been two weeks since he was sworn into office, and U.S. Rep. Dale Strong (R-Huntsville) said he’s proud of what he’s been able to accomplish so far as a freshman representative.
Former U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks has a bone to pick with U.S. Rep. Jerry Carl (R-Mobile).
U.S. Congressman Dale Strong said Congress needs to work on a solution to the debt limit, one that cuts spending nationwide.
The AHSAA Central Board of Control’s decision to suspend Hoover baseball coach Adam Moseley has received significant backlash from prominent voices in the world of sports.
"I guarantee, if Mo Brooks was still in office, he would be the first one screaming ‘We need it, we deserve it.’”
Sect. of State Wes Allen sent a letter to ERIC executive director Shane Hamlin on Monday notifying him of the withdrawal.
U.S. Rep. Robert Aderholt (R-Haleyville) has been picked to chair the Labor, Health and Human Services and Education Subcommittee of the House Appropriations Committee.
Freshman U.S. Rep. Dale Strong (R-Huntsville) announced on Monday his nomination to serve on the House Armed Services Committee (HASC).
State Sen. Arthur Orr (R-Decatur) said last December that a rebate plus a tax cut weren’t off the table. However, now he said most people should expect a one-time rebate of roughly $200 per person.
On Sunday, President Joe Biden officially approved a “major disaster declaration” for Alabama following last week's storms that left many areas damaged and nine people dead.
After being sidelined for the remainder of the season due to an ankle injury, Crimson Tide basketball player Darius Miles has been charged with capital murder related to a fatal shooting near campus early Sunday morning.
Though no longer in office, former U.S. Congressman Mo Brooks is still speaking out against government corruption and the influence of special interest groups.
The petition calls for hiring a city manager to oversee daily city operations, redrawing the city’s seven districts into six and having the mayor become the tie-breaking seventh vote, 256 Today reported.
On Wednesday, Gov. Kay Ivey visited the Farmers Telecommunications Headquarters in Rainville to participate in a ceremonial groundbreaking for broadband projects in DeKalb and Jackson counties.