Earlier this year, Republican presidential hopeful Nikki Haley revealed the third Republican presidential debate of the campaign would be held in Alabama.
The Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) recently arrested a prison mental healthcare worker for attempting to smuggle marijuana and methamphetamine into a prison facility.
The brother of a man killed while working for the Alabama Forestry Commission in 2022 says he wants something done before another life is lost.
While the clowns on the debate stage answered questions about aliens and struggled to respond when asked to show signs of any loyalty, we should press on and prepare to get this country back.
During an interview that aired on Friday's broadcast of Alabama Public Television's "Capitol Journal," Harris acknowledged skepticism of his agency's recommendations, including the COVID-19 vaccine, was still a problem.
Members of the Auburn University Board of Trustees approved a 3% tuition and fees increase for the 2024-2025 academic year at a meeting on Friday.
A representative for the Baldwin County Bridge Company released a statement on behalf of Neal Belitsky, president of the company.
The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR) is taking extra precautions at five state parks due to dry conditions.
Attorney General Steve Marshall's office has been at odds with the Ethics Commission for quite some time now over its role and obligations to other law enforcement agencies.
During at least two football games in North Alabama on Friday, so-called "disruptions" delayed the on-the-field activities.
After being put in jail for refusing to give up his sources in his investigations into election fraud, Gregg Phillips understands better than most what former President Donald Trump is going through.
State Sen. Chris Elliott (R-Josephine) spoke on "The Jeff Poor Show" on Mobile radio's FM Talk 106.5 Friday just hours after the Alabama Supreme Court decided to lift a preliminary injunction ordered by a lower court, allowing for the building of a third bridge over the Intercoastal Waterway.
Conditions in the city of Hamilton are improving after the city declared a state of emergency on Friday morning due to a contamination of the city’s water supply.
This week was the kickoff of high school football season in Alabama, but it didn't go without incident.
Selma City Schools says it will not accept an "unauthorized" grant from an LGBTQ+ advocacy group after it and state education board members initially spread claims that 1819 had misreported the news about the grant.
The Alabama State Treasurer’s Office is now accepting applications for the Distressed Institutions of Higher Education Revolving Loan Program.
In a Thursday appearance on Tuscaloosa radio's Tide 100.9, U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) declared that a lack of regulating NIL would cause a massive shift in the college football world.
With Congress’ August recess coming to a close next week, U.S. Rep. Robert Aderholt (R-Haleyville) is already preparing for what could be the next major political battle involving government funding.
Auburn head coach Bruce Pearl discusses the Tigers' roster and non-conference schedule.
The Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) released a statement Friday following the ruling of the Alabama Supreme Court concerning a bridge in south Baldwin County.
The Supreme Court of Alabama ruled in favor of the Alabama Department of Transportation’s director John Cooper in his case appealing a preliminary injunction halting the construction of a bridge in south Baldwin County. The Court ordered the lower court must reverse that preliminary injunction.
Listen to 1819 News Operations Manager Parker Snider on iHeart Radio with JT as they discuss CRT in the University of Alabama's nursing school, Space Command and whether or not COVID restrictions are coming back.
Public libraries are at the center of any town and state. They’re also at the center of the minds of concerned parents. And if you aren’t concerned about public libraries, you are not paying attention.
A student earning her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree from the University of Alabama says she left the school after a professor brought Critical Race Theory and other diversity, equity and inclusion ideas into the classroom.
Earlier this week, a college-based social media account uploaded a video on Twitter that shows a confrontation between two individuals on Magnolia Street in Auburn, resulting in one of them being knocked unconscious in a single punch.