U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) spoke with CBS "Mornings" co-hosts Tony Dokoupil and Gayle King on Monday to discuss the situation in Israel and the importance of supporting the country against Hamas.
The Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) will conduct the execution of Casey A. McWhorter, who was sentenced to death for a 1993 murder, on November 16.
On Tuesday, ABC’s "Good Morning America" will host a faceoff on the election outlook featuring the youngest Republican Party state chair opposite the youngest Democratic Party state chair.
Former State Sen. Dick Brewbaker (R-Montgomery) will officially file on Tuesday to run in the Republican primary for Alabama’s new second congressional district in 2024.
State Rep. Susan DuBose (R-Hoover) told 1819 News on Monday morning that she intends to file a “Women’s Bill of Rights” (WBR) before next year’s legislative session begins.
Stacy Lee George, a retired Alabama corrections officer, qualified Monday to run in the special election for State Senate district nine.
The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources announced that the Gulf State Pier will close on November 17 and remain closed for months while crews repair Hurricane Sally damage.
It will be Dueitt’s "swansong," his final concert after 10 years of conducting “the Pops.”
Groups that advocate for protecting the lives of the unborn have publicly sided with U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville in his months-long battle against a Department of Defense (DOD) abortion policy.
Tyson Foods, Inc. recalled some 29-ounce plastic bags of Fun Nuggets Breaded Shaped Chicken Patties after consumers reported finding small metal pieces in the food. There was at least one minor oral injury associated with the recall.
The Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a murder and kidnapping that happened early Saturday.
On Sunday, Daylight Savings Time ended for most Americans. While some will welcome that extra hour of sleep this week, U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) seeks to halt making the biannual clock shift, "springing an hour forward" in March and "falling back" an hour in November.
Members of Gov. Kay Ivey’s Study Group on Efficiency in State Government will consider next week whether to recommend creating a new state agency to house occupational licensing boards and commissions.
Governor Kay Ivey awarded nearly $1 million on Friday to three different businesses in East Alabama to fund electric vehicle charging stations.
Attorneys for the man accused in a quadruple homicide in Daphne believe their client should not be put on trial until his mental state is addressed.
For years, “The Rick & Bubba Show” co-host Rick Burgess has used his voice and ministry to help promote biblical manhood and leadership. On a recent episode of “1819 News: The Podcast,” Burgess told of a dark time in his own life when his leadership and faith in Christ were put to the test.
Gov. Kay Ivey is urging all military members and military veterans to wear their uniforms on Veterans Day and she proclaimed November 9 as Military Day in Alabama.
Following a recent tour of an agriculture program at Virginia Tech, one Alabama lawmaker says he wants to see something similar at Auburn University.
The Business Council of Alabama (BCA) announced former Senate Majority Leader Clay Scofield (R-Guntersville) as its new executive vice president on Friday.
U.S. Sen. Katie Britt and Auburn head basketball coach Bruce Pearl spoke at a Jewish temple in Birmingham about the attacks on Israel early last month, decrying Hamas and advocating for a more aggressive foreign policy.
Birmingham-Southern College (BSC) will likely stay open until at least the end of the 2024 spring semester after possibly securing additional funding from the city of Birmingham and other sources, according to BSC president Daniel Coleman.
On Friday afternoon, Lee County Sheriff Jay Jones confirmed that Smiths Station Mayor F.L. "Bubba" Copeland took his life.
The Republican National Committee has set a date for the fourth debate of the 2024 primaries to be in Alabama, according to The New York Times.
Recently uncovered information shows Smiths Station Mayor F.L. “Bubba” Copeland wrote erotic fiction about murdering a real-life local business owner to steal her life, as well as posting pictures of other locals with explicit commentary without their consent.
U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) was awarded the Alabama Policy Institute’s Warrior Award at the organization's annual dinner on Thursday night.