The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) is now headed to President Joe Biden's desk.
Last week, Twitter's Elon Musk suspended several members of the mainstream media for violating Twitter’s policy not to share location information, also known as "doxxing,".
Birmingham-Southern College is asking taxpayers to foot the bill for a $37.5 million government bailout, according to the Associated Press.
The Superintendent of Madison City Schools says no discipline is planned for the assistant principal who was filmed hitting a student after the student assaulted and bit him.
On Thursday, the Huntsville City Council voted to keep any future medical marijuana dispensary within the city’s medical district.
On Friday, the Ivey administration's Department of Labor released workforce statistics for November, showing little to no change from October.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) and Ashland Housing Authority (AHA) settled a Fair Housing Act (FHA) discrimination lawsuit on Tuesday.
Another report alleges to have discovered child labor in even more car part factories in the state.
Former Alabama Ethics Commission member Dr. Stewart Tankersley said he was “amazed” when he read the details of McCutcheon's involvement with QBR.
After six verbal commands from the officers, the suspect refused to put down the weapon, and both the deputy and the officer shot him.
Abortion may seem like an issue of the past for many in the state, but some are making its complete abolition a priority in the 2023 legislative session.
Several state and local law enforcement agencies participated in drug sweeps at two Monroe County high schools on Wednesday, only to find no trace of illicit substances.
A body was found in an abandoned house in Fairfield Tuesday evening by firefighters responding to a fire at the home.
Alabama ranks 25th for the amount of power parents have over their children’s education, according to a recent study by the Center for Education Reform.
House Speaker Mac McCutcheon (R-Monrovia) was on the payroll of an Alabama-based medical testing company called QBR Inc. years ago that has recently been the target of federal prosecutors.
Two middle school students in south Alabama are facing serious criminal charges after a fake claim there was an active shooter at their school.
U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) is continuing his pushback against a proposed Department of Defense (DoD) policy to use military funding to help servicemembers procure abortions.
Famous dancer, producer and actor Stephen “tWitch” Boss died Monday in Los Angeles. Police said the 40-year-old committed suicide.
The Selma High School student who passed away in the school’s cafeteria had two opioids in his system, including fentanyl, according to a toxicology report released by Selma officials.
The state will be sending almost $50 million to low-income households this winter and next summer to help with increasingly unmanageable utility costs.
The murder conviction of Charles C. McCrory, 64, of Andalusia, was upheld by the Court of Criminal Appeals on December 9.
The city of Mobile has joined other municipalities across the state in allowing for medical marijuana dispensaries within city limits.
James Miller, the Huntsville teacher who recently come under fire for drag queen performances, is reportedly retiring this Friday.
Aaron Cody Smith, the former police officer convicted of manslaughter, plans to seek post-conviction relief after the Alabama Supreme Court rejected his appeal.
Multiple schools in north Alabama went on high alert Tuesday morning after receiving phone calls about a potential active shooter situation.