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Barrymoore1 Alabama News
U.S. Rep. Moore on Space Command decision: ‘They’ve picked a fight with the wrong people’

The Alabama congressional delegation and House Republicans will attempt to block funding from going to any permanent Space Command headquarters facility in Colorado, according to U.S. Rep. Barry Moore (R-Enterprise).

misquito Alabama News
Rare, mosquito-borne illness kills child in Baldwin County

A child died in Baldwin County after being bitten by a mosquito infected with Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE). Another case was reported in Baldwin County. At least one of the Baldwin County cases occurred in the Spanish Fort area, officials said.

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Cannabis Commission asks for third shot at awarding licenses, new lawsuit filed

The Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission (AMCC) is hoping the third time awarding licenses will be the charm next week.

Senator Clay Scofield Alabama News
Senate Majority Leader Scofield touts tax cuts, anti-ESG bill in 2023 legislative session wrap-up

There were some significant conservative accomplishments during the 2023 legislative session, according to Senate Majority Leader Clay Scofield (R-Guntersville).

Steven Reed Alabama News
Steven Reed wins reelection — 'If you’re interested in the old Montgomery, the old Montgomery ain’t coming back'

Steven Reed will continue as Montgomery’s mayor after winning Tuesday’s election, avoiding a runoff by receiving over 50% of the vote.

Devyn Keith Alabama News
Huntsville Councilman Devyn Keith pleads guilty to two shoplifting charges; Banned from Walmart

Huntsville City Councilman Devyn Keith pleaded guilty on Tuesday to two theft charges after he was accused earlier this year of shoplifting from multiple Walmarts.

Jerry Carl on FBN, 8/21/2023 Alabama News
Jerry Carl: Biden 'continues to amaze me' — 'How can you go on vacation when such a horrible event has taken place?'

During an appearance on FBN's "Mornings with Maria," U.S. Rep. Jerry Carl (R-Mobile) voiced his displeasure with President Joe Biden's decision to take a vacation at Lake Tahoe while the Hawaiian island of Maui is in dire straits following a devastating wildfire.

Prison Alabama News
What happens to Alabama inmates who commit crimes behind bars while already serving life without parole?

Earlier this month, an inmate serving life without parole for multiple homicides caught extra charges after going live on Facebook wearing a correctional officer’s vest, holding a handgun and ranting about prison conditions. But what exactly would happen to Shaw if he is proven guilty?

Auburn University Alabama News
Auburn board of trustees to set tuition and fees for 2024-2025 on Friday

Members of the Auburn University Board of Trustees will set tuition and fees for the next 2024-2025 academic year at their meeting on Friday.

Will Ainsworth Alabama News
Ainsworth speaks out against 'woke policy' and inappropriate children, teen books in libraries

Lt. Gov. Will Ainsworth spoke Tuesday at the South Baldwin Republican Women’s lunch in Foley.

Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed Alabama News
Joey Clark: When crime is your city's top issue, the issue is deeper than politics

Today is Election Day in Montgomery, and the capital city is in dire need of getting back to basics. But no matter how basic, the people will only get what they know, want and deserve.

Steve Marshall Alabama News
AG Marshall: Space Command HQ reversal a 'politically motivated charade'

Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall sent a letter on Thursday to the U.S. Department of Defense’s Inspector General demanding an investigation into the sudden reversal of the decision to locate U.S. Space Command headquarters from Huntsville to Colorado. 

Jack Green addresses Foley City Council Alabama News
Foley resident Jack Green unleashes blistering attack on City Council over explicit library books available to children — 'I’m not going to let this slide'  

The Foley City Council heard stern words from resident Jack Green Monday night.

Reed Gilbreath Alabama News
Reed, Gilbreath take center stage in Montgomery municipal elections

Montgomery municipal elections are underway today, and all eyes or on the mayoral race.

BURY THE N WORD 2 Alabama News
Mobile Sgt. John Young calls out Montgomery Mayor Reed's concert for glorifying 'subculture of violence' — 'Any black man promoting that is not worthy of attention'

Mobile police sergeant John Young who gained national attention for calling out violence in black communities is encouraging Montgomery residents to “vote their conscience” in Tuesday’s mayoral election between incumbent Steven Reed and Barrett Gilbreath.

Frank M. Johnson Jr. Federal Building and United States Courthouse.Montgomery Federal Courthouse Alabama News
Appeals court strikes down injunction on Alabama law banning transgender surgeries, medications for minors

A recent decision by the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, Alabama could soon be able to enforce the Vulnerable Child Protection Act (VCAP), which bans transgender surgeries and hormones for minors.

ESG Alabama News
Poll: Most Alabamians oppose investing taxpayer money in politically motivated banks, funds

A poll released this summer by the Center for Excellence in Polling (CEP) showed a majority of Alabamians oppose investing taxpayer money in companies that use ideology as a metric to make business and investment decisions. 

Jawan Dallas Alabama News
Citizens plan to address Mobile City Council concerning release of body cam video of Jawan Dallas arrest

Several people have signed up to speak at the Mobile City Council meeting Tuesday to request the release of body camera footage.

Bruce Pearl Alabama News
Auburn basketball finalizes non-conference schedule

The Tigers have a tough non-conference slate in 2023-2024. Who do the Tigers play and when?

Auburn police officer Alabama News
Auburn man sentenced to life in 2019 murder of police officer William Buechner

A former soldier who was found guilty of capital murder in the May 19, 2019, killing of Auburn Police officer William Buechner, was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Alabama Solicitor General Edmund LaCour, alongside Attorney General Steve Marshall Alabama News
Solicitor General LaCour: Redistricting 'does not require a magic number of majority minority districts'

According to Alabama Solicitor General Edmund LaCour, congressional redistricting plans can comply with the Voting Rights Act without having a “magic number” of majority-minority districts.

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CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Confrontation outside of Auburn's Toomer’s Drugs results in one-punch knockout

A video posted to Twitter on Sunday night shows a confrontation between two individuals on Magnolia Street in Auburn that results in one of them being knocked unconscious in a single punch. 

Gilbreath Alabama News
Montgomery mayoral challenger Barrett Gilbreath on Steven Reed concert: 'I don’t believe that’s what we want to promote in Montgomery'

On Monday, Montgomery mayoral candidate Barrett Gilbreath spoke regarding incumbent Mayor Steven Reed’s upcoming reelection concert featuring several rappers with lyrics promoting crime in the city.

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Parker Snider talks latest in redistricting case on Alabama’s Morning News with JT on NewsRadio 105.5 WERC

Listen to 1819 News Operations Director Parker Snider on iHeart Radio with JT as they discuss the latest in the court case surrounding Alabama's congressional lines recently redrawn by the Alabama Legislature.

Katie Britt Alabama News
Britt confident Space Command HQ will move to Huntsville — 'The fight is not over'

Despite the Biden administration’s recent decision, U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) said she’s confident U.S. Space Command will ultimately find its permanent home in Alabama instead of Colorado.

Rubberban OG Alabama News
Montgomery Mayor Reed's reelection concert to feature local rappers whose lyrics promote violence, drug deals

Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed has scheduled a “Turn Up the Vote Concert,” the night before the municipal election, featuring a number of local artists known for rapping about drug dealing, violence and other things in Montgomery.

Ross Perot Alabama News
Phil Williams: Because everyone matters

There was a time in America when working for someone meant as much about loyalty and teamwork as it did the work itself.

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