U.S. Rep. Gary Palmer (R-Hoover) put out a challenge to all candidates running for Speaker, asking his fellow contenders to commit to five principles.
Former band members from Sylacauga High School will gather on October 25 to recognize their band directors. For 75 years, one family supplied all the band directors – Fess Simpkins, Buddy Simpkins and David Simpkins.
Palmer faces eight other Republican congress members who qualified to run for speaker before the October 22 deadline.
Alabama's first district U.S. Rep. Jerry Carl (R-Mobile) says House Republicans have a new plan to elect a new Speaker of the House.
The active Greek community of South Alabama shows off this week.
A rite of passage is the changing of location for the annual “Meeting of the Minds,” the national gathering of members of Parrot Head clubs. For 28 years, it has met in New Orleans and then Key West. Not anymore. It will now meet on Alabama’s Gulf Coast in Gulf Shores.
The newest Jimmy Buffett song (so far) has now been released posthumously. “University of Bourbon Street” was co-written by Buffett and Mobile native Will Kimbrough.
Imam operates a retail shop named “The Alabama Shop” at David Street No. 60 between the Christian Quarter and the Armenian Quarter in old Jerusalem. He was a student at the University of Alabama from 1985 to 1989. His brother in the United States is also a ‘Bama graduate.
Pete Riehm of Mobile has been named the new head of the citizen activist group, the Common Sense Campaign.
It will be an unusually early Saturday for paraders and parade watchers at Alabama’s homecoming.
This weekend’s homecoming at the University of Alabama will draw thousands of UA graduates home to see the many changes on campus, the pep rally, the crowning of the homecoming queen, the homecoming parade and the grand finale, the football game against Arkansas.
State Rep. Shane Stringer (R-Citronelle) says he will push legislation for public accountability in the state health department.
The University of Alabama kicks off its homecoming game Saturday against Arkansas at 11 a.m. Just a few minutes later, at 11:13 a.m. CT, an annular eclipse of the sun enters the continental United States on the Oregon coast.
Former State Sen. Roger Bedford died at his home in Tuscaloosa Wednesday following a battle with cancer.
A Zoom meeting Monday of 247 U.S. activists developing a strategy to support Israel in the face of terrorist attacks featured Alabama’s U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) and Auburn head basketball coach Bruce Pearl.
Two citizen activists from Lee County have prepared a bill to require each Alabama county to conduct a post-election audit on 10% of the voting precincts. Those sample precincts would be selected at random.
For the first time, B.C. Rain football has a permanent home.
It is the annual Harvest Moon, meaning the full moon closest to the advent of fall.
People call him “Dr. Lou,” partly because his last name is difficult to say and spell. Dr. Lou Campomenosi, 78, long-time head of the Common Sense Campaign, has announced his resignation from the group.
There was an early militia – 1950s through 1970s – in Foley in southern Baldwin County. And it defied the mainstream depiction of a militia.
I was at my brother Alan Zeigler’s home, then in Mountain Brook. It was early morning, and we were drinking coffee. Alan was intently watching the morning news on TV, a morning ritual.