Fresh off of her Republican primary election runoff victory earlier in the week, Republican U.S. Senate nominee Katie Britt laid out her strategy going forward to November for her general election match-up against Democratic U.S. Senate nominee Will Boyd.
Auburn's Jabari Smith Jr. was the second player taken in the NBA draft on Thursday. Smith went to the Houston Rockets. Teammate Walker Kessler was 22 to the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Alabama officials approved a $725 million bond sale on Thursday to help finance the construction of two supersize prisons, housing up to 4,000 inmates each, as part of a building plan that also relies on a portion of the state’s pandemic relief dollars.
In a major expansion of gun rights, the Supreme Court said Thursday that Americans have a right to carry firearms in public.
Georgia's highest court on Wednesday overturned the murder and child cruelty convictions against a man whose toddler son died after he left him in a hot car for hours, saying the jury saw evidence that was “extremely and unfairly prejudicial.”
Blazing hot weather and little rain have occasionally left residents of Fairhope seeing discolored water coming out of the tap. While it’s perfectly safe to drink, the reason is simple.
On Wednesday, Gov. Kay Ivey attended a groundbreaking ceremony for an upcoming industrial park coming to Macon County.
If elected Yolanda Rochelle Flowers will be the first Black Governor in the history of the state of Alabama.
Wednesday, Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) took to the nationally syndicated "Rick & Bubba Show" to commemorate the upcoming 50th anniversary of Title IX, which he credits for the expansion of female sports at the grade school and collegiate levels.
Bryan Taylor, the attorney for Kimberly Butler, the third-place finisher in last month's State House District 2 Republican primary, formally notified apparent nominee former Limestone County Commissioner Ben Harrison of a challenge to the outcome in Tuesday's Republican primary.
Auburn freshman Jabari Smith is projected by many mock drafts to be the first player taken in tonight's NBA draft.
The Madison County Water Department announced a planned outage on Thursday, June 23.
State Sen. Whatley criticized a New York Times op-ed and claimed 422 voters who participated in "multiple" Democratic primaries voted in last month's SD27 Republican Party primary.
A warming trend is expected to continue this week and forecasters are warning about the possible impact across Alabama.
While the football field length rocket performed very well overall during the simulated countdown test, there were a few problems with some hardware, including a problem with the same piece of ground support equipment on the launch pad that caused the failure of a previous attempt to fully fill the rocket’s huge propellant tanks and simulate a countdown during the last test a couple of months ago.
Churches across the state are looking to heighten their security in light of the recent shooting in Vestavia Hills
The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) has announced official guidelines for vaccinating infants and toddlers.
Auburn (43-22) finished with 18 more wins than a year ago and made it to Omaha after being picked last in the Southeastern Conference West.
Monday, U.S. Rep. Robert Aderholt (R-Haleyville) appeared on Newsmax TV's "Rob Schmitt Tonight" to offer viewers an update on Andy Huynh and Alexander Drueke, two U.S. veterans from Alabama captured by Russian forces.
Funerals for three people killed by a gunman during a church potluck dinner in Alabama will be held this week, the church's pastor said Monday.
The 2022 primary runoff results are in and we now know who will be on the Nov. 8 general election ballot in several major races.
This year’s Helen Keller Festival will begin on Thursday evening in downtown Tuscumbia.
“They lost, and we did too,” said Cephus Prophitt, senior pastor at Church of God of Prophecy in Pinson.
A Facebook post made Sunday showed a mouse nibbling on produce at a buffet in Oxford.
The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) has announced plans to follow federal guidelines in allowing COVID-19 vaccinations for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers.