“Instead of punishing those in the packing industry and deputizing bureaucrats to force more rules and regulations on the American people, we should be doing all we can to slice red tape, repair the broken supply chain, and end the federal government overspending fueling historic inflation,” Moore said.
Vestavia Hills Police Department has announced the arrest of a suspected church shooter at a local Episcopal church, with multiple gunshot victims reported.
A woman led police in North Alabama on a high-speed chase late Monday night. Police said two young children were in the car with her.
The American Athletic Conference's six new members will enter the league next summer, Commissioner Mike Aresco said Wednesday.
Tallassee Mayor Johnny Hammock is stepping down after six years, effective June 30.
Muscle Shoals native and Birmingham chef Adam Evans was dubbed Best Chef: South this year by the James Beard Foundation at the Lyric Opera of Chicago.
Two U.S. veterans from Alabama who were in Ukraine assisting in the war against Russia haven't been heard from in days and are missing, members of the state's congressional delegation said Wednesday.
Alabama's U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) joined 26 of his colleagues to support the Political BIAS Emails Act, a bill with the stated purpose of holding Big Tech platforms accountable for using politically biased algorithms that allegedly inhibit consumers' ability to see emails from some political campaigns.
On Tuesday the Commerce Department reported that retail and food service spending posted a 0.3% decline in May. Retail sales turned negative in May as consumers pulled back spending while inflation surged. Republican leaders have been critical of President Biden's economic policies, which they claim exacerbated the inflation especially soaring fuel prices.
“I was proud to vote for the Financial Services Racial Equity, Inclusion, and Economic Justice Act to ensure every individual, every family, and every small business has an equal chance at achieving good financial health and well-being," said Congresswoman Terri Sewell.
The man arrested and found guilty for repeatedly placing objects on his late fiancée’s grave has been arrested and charged with driving under the influence (DUI).
The Alabama Farmers Federation is trying to pick up the pieces and come up with an alternative after plans to build a new Ag. Center in Clanton failed last week.
The National Weather Service (NWS) in Birmingham received several storm damage reports Tuesday afternoon and evening, across the mid section of the state and more storms and extreme temps are expected Wednesday.
U.S Rep. Barry Moore (AL-2) has put his name on a bill that would classify fentanyl as a weapon of mass destruction (WMD).
Bart Barber, elected Tuesday as the new president of the Southern Baptist Convention, says he has a track record of dialogue with those who disagree on those and other issues. He has called for an “army of peacemakers” amid bitter political battles in the nation's largest Protestant denomination. Barber succeeds Alabama pastor Ed Litton, who has served as senior pastor of Redemption Church in Saraland, who completed his term after being elected in 2021.
A man charged with capital murder in the killing of an Alabama police officer who was shot to death during a chase in 2020 avoided a potential death penalty by pleading guilty to a reduced charge.
Auburn (42-20) won the Corvallis Super Regional to advance to the CWS for the second time in the last three tournaments. The Tigers, the fourth SEC team to make the NCAA tournament’s final eight, will play Mississippi (37-22) on Saturday. Oregon State (48-18) was looking to advance to the CWS for the eighth time in school history, and seventh since 2005.
Birmingham residents have seen a shocking increase in the cost of living, especially renters.
An unusual 105-acre plot of land could soon become the property of the City of Irondale.
Players from the United States Football League (USFL) have voted to unionize in coordination with the United Football Players Association (UFPA) and elected to partner with the United Steelworkers (USW).
The Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) is currently searching for an inmate who escaped an Atmore prison.
Not all of former President Donald Trump's allies were pleased with his decision to endorse former Business Council of Alabama president and CEO Katie Britt last week.
Attorney General Steve Marshall announced the sentencing of a St. Clair Co. man for sex crimes against a child.
Plans for a large agriculture center in central Alabama have fallen through, with leaders unable to agree on final details about a project that was delayed during the pandemic and projected to cost about $150 million.