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Harvestchurch Alabama News
Dothan’s Harvest Church in legal battle after UMC disaffiliation

Harvest Church in Dothan is currently suing the United Methodist Church over a property dispute after the church announced recently it was disaffiliating from the denomination. 

Fred Plump Alabama News
Democrat State Rep. Fred Plump, Jr. charged with siphoning money from a Jefferson County public works fund, delivering kickbacks to assistant

An Alabama state representative and member of the Democratic party has been charged with conspiracy and obstruction of justice and will now be resigning from the Alabama Legislature.

City of Fairhope Alabama News
World Atlas identifies top 8 main streets in Alabama; Fairhope, Prattville and Florence made the list

In a new report, World Atlas identified eight towns in Alabama with the best main streets. Those compiling the list took into consideration local stores and eateries, landscapes, monuments and area attractions.

Drag Show Alabama News
WATCH: 'Family friendly' Birmingham drag show includes children collecting tips for performers

Saturday evening, The Birmingham Festival Theatre put on a “family friendly drag show” in which performers accepted tips from attendees, many of whom were children.

Fairhope City Council Alabama News
Fairhope residents demand city council address concerns over drag queen event — 'If you can’t say no, then you can’t run this city'

Concerned citizens addressed the Fairhope City Council Monday about the Color Fairhope with Pride 2023 event. The Fairhope residents asked the council to improve the vetting process for events and one man requested the councilmen attend the event in drag.

Frances Holk Jones Alabama News
State Rep. Holk-Jones makes emotional plea for bill to fund 988 crisis services with phone tax: 'Sometimes you just need someone to talk to'

Freshman State Rep. Frances Holk-Jones (R-Foley) took a powerful stand last week in support of HB389, also known as the 988 Crisis System of Care Act.

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Birmingham's violent crime wave continues with five shootings, two homicides, more injured over weekend

Birmingham Police Department officers had to respond to five shootings in the city over the weekend which resulted in 11 injuries and two deaths, continuing the violent crime epidemic that has been plaguing the city since at least the beginning of 2022. 

Stevenreed Alabama News
City of Montgomery asks for dismissal of former police chief lawsuit

An attorney representing the city of Montgomery and Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed asked a federal court last week to dismiss a civil lawsuit by former Montgomery Police chief Ernest Finley.

Devyn Keith Alabama News
Huntsville councilman Devyn Keith's bench trial delayed for second time this month

For the second time this month, Huntsville councilman Devyn Keith has had his shoplifting trial date rescheduled, this time until August 22.

SCOTT BRIDGE COMPANY NEW BRIDGE 3 Alabama News
Baldwin County bridge builder Scott Bridge Co. 'flat-out' shut down after court ruling; Praying for answers, still paying employees

The owner of the bridge company selected to build a new bridge in South Baldwin County has found himself in the middle of a legal standoff forcing him to stop the work on the project.

Barry Moore Alabama News
U.S. Rep. Moore: Call and thank Tuberville for taking a stand on military abortion

According to U.S. Rep. Barry Moore (R-Enterprise), pro-life supporters should be grateful for Tuberville's effort.

Tyrus Alabama News
FNC's Tyrus brings two hours of belly laughs in sold-out Gulf Shores show

Tyrus Live came to Gulf Shores over the weekend and the reviews were positive.

Strong Putin Britt Alabama News
Russia bans Britt, Strong over U.S. sanctions: 'I’d say bless his heart, but he doesn’t have one'

In retaliation for various sanctions, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation released a list of 500 Americans now banned from the country, including U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) and U.S. Rep. Dale Strong (R-Huntsville).

Hurricane Alabama News
Local officials prepare for hurricane season while NOAA pilots prepare to fly into storms this summer

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and officials on Alabama’s Gulf Coast are preparing for hurricane season.

Sessions Alabama News
Legislation limiting foreign farm and forest land passes Senate

Legislation that bars certain foreign citizens and entities from owning farm and forest land in Alabama passed the Senate on Thursday.

Nathaniel Ledbetter. Alabama News
House Speaker Ledbetter on Redstone Arsenal snub: 'It’s a problem for our country when we make decisions like that based on politics'

A report surfaced Monday revealing the Biden administration's plans to reverse course on moving U.S. Space Command headquarters to Alabama due to the state's abortion law.

Elliott625 Alabama News
State Sen. Elliott: Ivey's 'hands-off approach' with ALDOT on Baldwin County bridge project 'shocking'

Montgomery County Circuit Judge Jimmy Pool's ruling last week partially revealed how the Alabama Department of Transportation and Gov. Kay Ivey were interacting on the long-contemplated Intracoastal Waterway bridge project in South Baldwin County.

HARRY REEDER 2 Alabama News
Briarwood's Dr. Harry Reeder III leaves legacy of hope and eternal blessings with his own profound words

“I hear a lot of people that say, 'Well, our thoughts and prayers are with you.' Well, I like to say it this way: Our thoughts are with you, but our prayers are for you to the Lord and that he would intervene with His presence, His power and His peace." - Briarwood Presbyterian Church, PCA senior pastor Dr. Harry Reeder

Larry Stutts Alabama News
State Sen. Stutts: Senate voting on school choice ‘hopefully’ Tuesday

The Alabama Senate will “hopefully” vote on the PRICE Act on Tuesday, according to State Sen. Larry Stutts (R-Tuscumbia).

Kay Ivey, Scott Harris Alabama News
Ivey on ADPH's Scott Harris transgender legislation remarks: 'I didn't read the speech — but we need to protect our children'

State Health Officer Scott Harris does not want lawmakers to make is office accountable to an elected official like all other state agency heads.

Transgender child gay by Mercedes Mehling Alabama News
Event with ‘gender creative fashion show’ for kids canceled allegedly due to backlash, threats

The Alabama Campaign for Adolescent Sexual Health postponed a “Consent for Kids” fair on Saturday that was slated to have included “a gender creative fashion show, in which children can try on different clothes to explore self-expression.”

John Croyle Alabama News
Former Alabama star John Croyle launched Big Oak Ranch ministry after receiving some 'pivotal' advice from Coach 'Bear' Bryant

When former Crimson Tide All-SEC defensive end John Croyle was planning to take the next step in his football career into the NFL in 1974, he first went to his coach, the legendary Paul “Bear’ Bryant, for advice.

Dr. Scott Harris Alabama News
State Health Officer Scott Harris rips efforts to make his post accountable to an elected official; Says Medicaid expansion opposition based on a 'racist assumption'

State Health Officer Scott Harris rejects efforts by lawmakers to make his office accountable to an elected official like other state agency heads.

Susan Dubose. Alabama News
State Rep. Dubose's transgender sports ban nearing final passage; What is a Woman Act in question with limited legislative days

The bill that would prevent transgender athletes from competing in all non-co-ed school athletics passed the Senate with an amendment over two weeks ago, but it has not made its way back to the House floor.

AL Senate Givhan Sam Facebook Alabama News
State Sen. Givhan: State Health Officer bill has ‘some momentum right now’

Recent comments by Alabama's State Health Officer Scott Harris regarding transgender laws have breathed new life into legislation changing how the state health officer role is appointed.

election, vote, voting Alabama News
Alabama House extends period between primary election and runoff in 2024, a change probate judges wish to make permanent

The Alabama House of Representatives has voted to adjust the runoff date in the 2024 election cycle to prevent collision with Eater, but probate judges want the change to be permanent.

Steve Marshall Alabama News
AG Marshall praises state's anti-ESG bill as he addresses issue nationally — 'This needs to be an ongoing discussion in what we do'

In a recent interview with 1819 News, Alabama AG Steve Marshall said he supported State Rep. Dan Roberts’ anti-ESG bill and was “appreciative” that Roberts was addressing the issue for the state while Marshall focuses on the national level.

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