Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall recognized fallen Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) Senior Trooper Jason Lynn Vice and fallen Bibb County Deputy Bradley Johnson Thursday.
Amended legislation appropriating $1.06 billion in federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding passed both the House and Senate on Thursday.
An officer with the Leeds Police Department arrested a man suspected in two separate shootings that happened Monday evening into the early morning hours Tuesday.
Twenty-three leaders in the conservative movement signed onto a letter in support of U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville’s (R-Auburn) push to reverse a Department of Defense (DOD) policy that uses taxpayer dollars to help service members get abortions.
Members of the Alabama Corrections Institution Finance Authority (ACIFA) increased by over $350 million a project price cap to complete construction of a new prison in Elmore County from about $623.6 million to $975 million on Wednesday.
The stock price of Birmingham-based Regions Financial Corp. dropped another 6.9% on Wednesday as the fallout of collapses of two California banks spread across the banking sector.
The City of Prattville has dropped all charges against a street preacher who was arrested for using a sound amplifier without a permit.
According to The New York Times, surveillance footage shows that Spears was a passenger in Brandon Miller’s car that was at the scene of the shooting that killed 23-year-old Jamea Jonae Harris.
Both the House and Senate unanimously passed legislation on Tuesday that would transfer funds from the State’s General Fund to repay remaining debt to the Alabama Trust Fund.
The Mobile County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after a teacher and soccer coach at Faith Academy private school was accused of having a sexual relationship with a student.
During her campaign, U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) continuously spoke about how important it was for her to fight for “our children and our children’s children.” This week, she is joining 23 other U.S. Senators to do what she says will fight President Joe Biden’s “unserious budget that would continue to recklessly pile this burden on the backs” of generations to come.
Amended legislation appropriating $1.06 billion in federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding passed the Senate Finance and Taxation General Fund committee on Wednesday.
St. Clair County Coroner Dennis Russell confirmed to 1819 News the autopsy results from the tragic death of a young college basketball player.
Legislation appropriating $1.06 billion in federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding passed the State House with minimal opposition on Tuesday.
Legislation by State Sen. Garlan Gudger (R-Cullman) to establish certain visitation policies for hospitals and nursing homes will be re-filed after the regular session re-starts as early as next week.
An Alabama economist weighed in on last week’s Silicon Valley and Signature Bank Collapse, explaining that the central banking system is the “leading problem” of the country’s financial situation and warning that President Joe Biden’s assurance of the banking system’s safety “could backfire.”
Some Alabama lawmakers hope to put into place stricter penalties for those convicted of exhibition driving offenses, including burnouts, donuts, stunts, speed exhibition, racing and other “reckless driving maneuvers.”
Although it is unclear if Alabama lawmakers will introduce another gambling bill this year, the Poarch Band Creek of Indians (PCI) launched a pro-gambling and lottery campaign over the weekend.
Only 13 states have promised more taxpayer money for public higher education than Alabama so far for this fiscal year.
The Mobile Police Department is investigating after a child was hit by a driver that took off.
U.S. Rep. Jerry Carl (R-Mobile) was home Monday visiting with the community at the Coffee with a Cop event in downtown Mobile.
Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall intervened in another civil lawsuit against trustees of the Mabel Amos Memorial Fund.
U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Saks) announced on Monday the introduction of legislation that would allow states to decide to remain on Daylight Saving Time year-round.
According to court documents, Keith also waived arraignment, and a bench trial date has been set for May 10.
The January unemployment rate in Alabama remained unchanged from December at 2.6%, and the labor force participation rate in January also remained unchanged at 56.7%, according to workforce statistics released by the Alabama Department of Labor on Monday.
A Birmingham-based company that was once praised by Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey received a “high risk” score from an organization that rates companies based on their hostility to particular viewpoints.
Prominent businessman and long-time board trustee at The University of Alabama (UA) James Wilson III died at his home on March 11 at the age of 59.