The U.S. Supreme Court denied an emergency stay request from the State of Alabama on Tuesday over an August ruling by a panel of three federal judges barring Alabama from using a congressional map it passed in a special session in July in the upcoming 2024 election.
Fourteen Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) contracts delayed by legislators at a Contract Review Committee meeting earlier in the month are still on hold.
A special master appointed by a panel of three federal judges released three congressional map proposals on Monday that would pit two incumbents against each other and most likely result in two Democrats being elected to Congress from Alabama in 2024.
A group of Hoover residents are attempting to stop a new development proposed for their neighborhood.
On Monday, special master Richard Allen filed newly drawn remedial redistricting maps with a panel of three federal judges.
The recent drama between the state of Alabama and a Wisconsin-based anti-religious group has garnered national attention as the mainstream media takes notice.
Work on a controversial bridge connecting Gulf Shores to mainland Baldwin County that was stopped earlier this year is reportedly set to resume soon.
A University of Alabama fraternity is being sued for allegedly hazing students, with charges including assault, battery, negligence and fraud.
State Sen. Gerald Allen (R-Tuscaloosa) recently proposed a constitutional amendment for the 2024 regular legislative session to require education boards to adopt policies mandating a once-weekly broadcasting of "The Star-Spangled Banner."
A dockworker attacked during a brawl in Montgomery's Riverfront Park that got national media coverage in August said he has some “bumps and bruises” after the incident.
A video circulating on Twitter over the weekend shows Alabama State University wide receiver Jacob Freeman punching a security guard in the face after the team lost to Florida A&M on the road on Saturday.
Aaron Cody Smith, the former Montgomery police officer convicted of manslaughter, is seeking a new trial after the Alabama Supreme Court expressed concern over the effectiveness of Smith's counsel during his criminal trial in 2019.
Country roads lead many Alabamians home from work each day. The roads we travel become engrained in our memories and we can see them clearly even when we’re miles away. Some of those roads are made of red dirt and sparkling mica. At the end is a small farmhouse and large rows of chicken houses. But for many, that’s where the road ends.
There was an early militia – 1950s through 1970s – in Foley in southern Baldwin County. And it defied the mainstream depiction of a militia.
Attorney General Steve Marshall said it is more important than ever to defend Alabama’s sovereignty.
From farm to table is a true statement for the folks at Mason Hills Farm in Grand Bay, Alabama. The sprawling farm in southwest Mobile County has around 150 heads of cattle, including Black Angus cattle.
Alabama Secretary of State Wes Allen has discontinued the Vote for Alabama voter registration mobile phone app since assuming office, according to a spokeswoman for his office.
After Anniston High School canceled its community pep rally and homecoming parade on Thursday following a recent shooting, White Plains High School canceled its matchup against Anniston on Friday.
A TV series about five women trying to find love in Fairhope will premiere on Hulu on September 27.
This week, the Alabama Contract Poultry Growers Association was one of several groups that participated in a rally in Washington, D.C. as meetings on the Farm Bill continued.
Federal identification cards for illegal immigrants won’t be able to be used to vote in Alabama elections, according to Alabama Secretary of State Wes Allen.
U.S. Sens. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) and Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) have recently spoken out against the unfolding drama between the state of Alabama and the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF).
Governor Kay Ivey on Friday sent a letter to the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF), defending two Alabama universities after the FFRF sent letters opposing faculty engagement in religious activities.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation, which is asking for reform within the Auburn University Athletic Department and the firing of the school's chaplains, said officials with the foundation were first alerted about a Christian event at the university because of an article by 1819 News.
Atmore Police now say only one person is responsible for the death of a man outside a bar in early August and they have made an arrest.