Nearly 200 Alabama churches officially seceded from the United Methodist Church (UMC) last weekend following years of conflict over social and theological issues.
The Birmingham Police Department (BPD) announced Monday that it will offer new recruits $5,000.
The goal is to “make waves,” and if that’s possible for a school system, the Gulf Shores City Schools system has reached that goal. With only three years under its belt, the system is well on its way to being the best in Alabama.
A five-year-old boy and 15 other people were injured on Friday night after a car hit other cars as well as a crowd of people after doing doughnuts in the middle of a street in Birmingham.
Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall has filed a motion to become a plaintiff in a lawsuit accusing board members of a trust fund of scheming to pay for the college tuition of Alabama Ethics Commission members’ children.
The city council of Gulf Shores passed an ordinance to amend its beach parking ordinance but some business owners said the changes could be bad for business.
Governor Kay Ivey has officially requested an amendment to Alabama’s legal code to allow the Alabama Department of Corrections commissioner to designate a new execution date in the event of a court-ordered stay.
Gov. Kay Ivey issued a memo Monday to all state agencies announcing the banning of TikTok from government devices due to concerns over the app's links to China.
Newly obtained audio shows Huntsville drag queen teacher James Miller detail how he “strategically” and “covertly” placed LGBTQ+ material in his classroom.
Over 41% of Alabama households reduced basic expenses such as medicine or food to afford energy costs in the last 12 months, according to a recent LendingTree survey.
Beachgoers could soon see changes to parking in Gulf Shores. The city is considering an amendment to its beach parking ordinance that would increase daily rates, add paid parking in three areas, eliminate some four-hour parking options, and expand paid parking times.
The Mobile County Health Department (MCHD) confirmed a case of the West Nile Virus (WNV) in a sentinel chicken.
The National Weather Service (NWS) is monitoring a cold front that could impact Alabama on Wednesday.
The Birmingham City Council has approved $41 million in funds from the American Rescue Plan (ARP) for various projects around the city.
The Alabama Commission on Higher Education (ACHE) is proposing an additional $207.15 million increase in next year’s budget to fund the state’s two and four-year institutions, bringing the total funding to $2.36 billion.
The Mobile Police Department is investigating after a 12-year-old was injured in a shooting that killed his dog.
He is a former gang member who has been shot and stabbed but he says now God is inspiring him to do better and make a difference.
The collapse of the FTX cryptocurrency exchange under Samuel Bankman-Fried is sure to draw a response from Congress.
A new legislature will be seated in 2023, and the leadership of the Poarch Band of Creeks Indians say they are hopeful for another shot at a comprehensive bill.
Huntsville Fire and Rescue (HFR) turns 200 years old today, and it’s celebrating the occasion by expanding its workforce.
Redstone Arsenal, which already manages $50 billion in federal funds and employs around 43,000 people among its various agencies, gave its annual update Thursday on how it has grown and plans to continue expanding.
Advertising for the Alabama State Department of Education (ALSDE) has increased by nearly 4,500% since 2018, with funds mainly directed toward recruiting teachers, according to the ALDSE.
A man who says he's from Huntsville will likely be sent back to Mexico after a crash that revealed he was driving Mexican nationals to different states for work and forcing them to pay him, police say.
New data from the White House shows Alabama has one of the highest nonfatal opioid overdose (NOO) rates in the country.
U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) is doubling down on his threats to Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin and accused him of attempting to "fund thousands of abortions a year."
The Association of County Commissions of Alabama (ACCA) said it will prioritize getting money back from the state due to the passage of the permitless carry law.