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Birmingham woman fighting for life after losing 68% of skin after taking prescription meds

A Birmingham woman is hospitalized with a rare and painful skin disorder caused by an allergic reaction to medication. Now, doctors say if she survives, the road to recovery will be long.

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ACLU files lawsuit against Alabama Department of Public Health on behalf of doctors, birthing center owners, midwives

The American Civil Liberties Union of Alabama filed a lawsuit on behalf of several doctors and midwives against the Alabama Department of Public Health to combat proposed rules by ADPH to regulate birth centers in Alabama.

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Mobile City Council celebrates University of South Alabama’s 60th anniversary

The University of South Alabama was established on May 3, 1963. Tuesday, the Mobile City Council celebrated the school’s 60th anniversary with a resolution.

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Birmingham city councilman questions whether $65,000 for public notices in print Birmingham Times newspaper is excessive

One councilman at Tuesday’s Birmingham City Council meeting pulled an item from the consent agenda to express his concern about paying $65,000 to the Birmingham Times to publish public notices in print for the city.

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AL(dot)com columnist likens Riverwalk brawl to the modern race struggle — 'Not today, white people'

Although Montgomery Police have no reason to suspect a racial component behind the Montgomery Riverfront melee over the weekend, a columnist for AL(dot)com is suggesting the brawl is akin to the struggle black people face today.

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New Publix development coming to Foley Beach Express, Medical District made official

The Foley City Council approved a second amendment to the 1999 agreement with the Baldwin County Bridge Company. The council also made the city’s medical district overlay official.

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ALGOP sets delegate guidelines for 2024 presidential primary

On Saturday, the Alabama GOP (ALGOP) passed a resolution deciding how Alabama's presidential delegates will be allocated for the 2024 Republican Presidential Primary.

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Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission to re-award licenses at Thursday meeting

Members of the Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission (AMCC) will re-award licenses at their next meeting on Thursday.

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Mo Brooks bashes Trump, praises Pence in recent Twitter spree

Former Congressman Mo Brooks came out over the weekend in support of former Vice President Mike Pence in his upcoming bid for U.S. President.

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Helena delays annexation vote, Hoover officials decline to discuss legal battle until case is over

A City of Hoover attorney told 1819 News Monday at the Hoover City Council meeting that city officials will not be commenting on the ongoing annexation battle with Helena until the case is resolved by the Alabama Supreme Court.

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Montgomery Riverboat captain speaks on Saturday brawl – 'This was not a black and white thing'

The riverboat captain of the vessel at the center of the recent Riverfront Brawl in Montgomery recently gave his side of the events as they’ve played out in a story that has grabbed national headlines.

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Matt Clark steps down as president of Alabama Center for Law & Liberty to join Chief Justice Tom Parker’s staff; Laura Clark appointed interim president

The Alabama Center for Law and Liberty (ACLL) is under new management now that the organization's president, Matt Clark, has stepped down to join Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Tom Parker’s staff as his senior staff attorney.

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Residents of Fairhope under mandatory water conservation phase due to lack of rain and intense heat

The city of Fairhope enacted phase III of its water conservation ordinance Monday due to a lack of rain and heat, city officials said.

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'Had she been a white woman, nobody would be introducing a law' — Former ESPN host Jemele Hill slams Carlee Russell-inspired bill creating felony charges for faking an abduction

As the dust continues to settle following the fake kidnapping of Carlee Russell last month, former ESPN host Jemele Hill is pushing back against State Sen. April Weaver’s (R-Brierfield) bill that would create a new felony crime for faking an abduction.

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Selma business owner present at weekend Riverpark brawl receives wave of negative Yelp reviews after Facebook post

A mini-mart in Selma received a wave of negative Yelp reviews on Sunday after internet users identified its owner as one of the men present at Saturday’s Riverpark brawl in Montgomery.

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Etowah County storm survivor thankful for 'miraculous' happening during World’s Longest Yard Sale

Each year, thousands of people from all over flock to the World’s Longest Yard Sale. The sale spans six states, including Alabama.

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Trump meets Wiregrass woman whose prison sentence he reduced on last day in office

Former President Donald Trump met Adrianne Miller, a Wiregrass resident, in Montgomery on Friday over two years after he commuted her prison sentence for drug crimes on his last day in office in January, 2021.

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Birmingham Mayor Woodfin dismisses I-65 widening, proposes rail transportation investment instead — 'A train to the beach is way better than driving!'

Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin is proposing an interstate rail line in lieu of the much-debated widening of Interstate 65.

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Milking the market: Lamar County farm transitions from dairy to beef production

After three generations of dairy farming, the Gilmer Family Farm in Lamar County is now producing cattle for beef. The dairy heifers have been sold and life is a lot different on the farm.

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Mayor Steven Reed, political opponent Barrett Gilbreath react to Montgomery Riverfront brawl: 'Justice will be served'

On Saturday, a massive brawl on Montgomery’s waterfront on the Alabama River led to multiple arrests.

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CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Massive Riverfront Park brawl in Montgomery leads to multiple arrests

A brawl in Montgomery's Riverfront Park on Saturday led to multiple arrests, according to multiple reports.

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ALGOP passes resolution condemning Biden administration, praising U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville

The Alabama Republican Party (ALGOP) State Executive Committee passed a resolution on Saturday, condemning President Joe Biden and supporting U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) in the ongoing fight between the two over military-funded abortions.  

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Over 500 parents, kids attend Moms for Liberty event in Madison — 'God showed out today’

Despite some last-minute scheduling drama and a large crowd of protesters, Emily Jones with the Madison County Moms for Liberty said the reading event in Madison on Saturday could not have gone any better.

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Alabama begins removing ineligible recipients from Medicaid enrollment

Alabama began removing ineligible Medicaid enrollees recently after the federal COVID-19 public health emergency ended earlier this year. 

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Alabama Republican Party approves rule change to ban NEA, AEA donations for school board, superintendent candidates

The Alabama Republican Party (ALGOP) met on Saturday for the organization’s summer meeting of its executive committee and voted to approve a rule change to ban Republican county and state school board and superintendent candidates from receiving campaign donations from the National Education Association (NEA) and the Alabama Education Association (AEA).

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ALGOP to vote on rule change Saturday to ban AEA, NEA contributions for state and county school boards, superintendents

The Alabama Republican Party on Saturday will vote to ban campaign contributions from National Education Association and the Alabama Education Association for its school board and superintendent candidates.

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Trump vows to six-lane I-65 from Huntsville to Mobile — 'One of the first things that I will do'

While there were many applause lines for the 2,700 people in attendance for former President Donald Trump's address to the Alabama Republican Party at the Renaissance Hotel, his most enthusiastic came for an Alabama-centric issue.

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