The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) is investigating after deputies fatally shot a man during a traffic stop in Russell County.
The Decatur Police Department is informing the public about how bond amounts work after several citizens came forward with concerns.
Despite the negative financial impact Bud Light and Target have experienced supporting the transgender community, some Alabama businesses are continuing to celebrate Pride publicly.
The Alabama state director for the Human Rights Campaign responded to the signing of House Bill 261, which protects college athletes.
Sgt. John Young with Mobile Police Department has always been outspoken about things he is passionate about. Just one year ago, he went viral online after speaking at a press conference about youth violence in the city of Mobile, particularly within the black community.
A man convicted of killing a 75-year-old woman with a claw hammer in 2001 could be executed this summer 22 years after being put on Alabama’s death row.
The SpaceX Dragon crew capsule splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico Tuesday evening around 10:07 p.m.
Citizens in Mobile are speaking out against an event planned for June 9 that includes a public drag show.
The Baldwin County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) completed a weeklong pre-landfall hurricane exercise Friday.
American Legion Post 199 in Fairhope is asking for donations to help rebuild after it was destroyed during Hurricane Sally.
Richard Scrushy, the former HealthSouth CEO who went to prison for bribery involving former governor Don Siegelman, is being accused of hiding millions of dollars that he owes in a civil case.
Officials with Roanoke City Schools changed plans for graduation Thursday after receiving information of threats of gang activity.
1819 News called and emailed Craft, asking several questions about his position on the decision and about what will happen next. However, he is unable to answer those questions after he said he was advised to wait until a decision is made by the Supreme Court.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration held a press conference Thursday to announce the 2023 Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook.
Five of the six suspects in a deadly shooting at a Sweet 16 party are now facing additional charges.
Carfentanil, also called Wildnil, has been identified in Walker County. The synthetic opioid is nothing new but hasn’t been a top concern for law enforcement until now.
Former gubernatorial candidate Tim James has a unique perspective on the building of a new bridge over the Intercoastal Waterway in Baldwin County.
Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall filed a lawsuit against the owner and vice president of a telemarketing company that is responsible for billions of robocalls across the nation.
In a new report, World Atlas identified eight towns in Alabama with the best main streets. Those compiling the list took into consideration local stores and eateries, landscapes, monuments and area attractions.
Concerned citizens addressed the Fairhope City Council Monday about the Color Fairhope with Pride 2023 event. The Fairhope residents asked the council to improve the vetting process for events and one man requested the councilmen attend the event in drag.
Freshman State Rep. Frances Holk-Jones (R-Foley) took a powerful stand last week in support of HB389, also known as the 988 Crisis System of Care Act.
The owner of the bridge company selected to build a new bridge in South Baldwin County has found himself in the middle of a legal standoff forcing him to stop the work on the project.
Tyrus Live came to Gulf Shores over the weekend and the reviews were positive.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and officials on Alabama’s Gulf Coast are preparing for hurricane season.
“I hear a lot of people that say, 'Well, our thoughts and prayers are with you.' Well, I like to say it this way: Our thoughts are with you, but our prayers are for you to the Lord and that he would intervene with His presence, His power and His peace." - Briarwood Presbyterian Church, PCA senior pastor Dr. Harry Reeder
Calhoun County EMA officials warn of traffic impact and safety concerns ahead of Cheaha Challenge
The Alabama Department of Transportation plans to continue the fight for a new, free bridge in Baldwin County after the construction of the bridge was halted Wednesday when Judge Jimmy Pool ordered a preliminary injunction.