The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) is considering a resolution to place restrictions on birthing centers in the state.
Former Republican gubernatorial candidate Lindy Blanchard has requested to be removed from a lawsuit that she and the other defendants had claimed voting machines in Alabama were compromised.
On Monday, World Games 2022 CEO Nick Sellers released a statement addressing the $14 million deficit of the World Games, in which he said he was working with both public and private partners to satisfy the event’s debts.
Jahmyr Gibbs, who has flashed his way into the spotlight during the University of Alabama football fall camp, was asked on Friday what his goals were in his first season in Tuscaloosa.
Central Alabama Crimestoppers is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in the 2016 homicide of Rickem Samuels.
During a wide-ranging conversation with "1819 News The Podcast" host and 1819 Media president Bryan Dawson, Rick Burgess and Bill "Bubba" Bussey, co-hosts of the "Rick & Bubba Show' weighed in the current political environment in Alabama.
Apple is urging users to update their software on most devices after discovering a possible security vulnerability.
The Tuscaloosa City Council is now discussing how to go about having its own set of regulations and a licensing process.
Last week, a federal court jury awarded former Alabama Supreme Court chief justice Roy Moore $8.2 million in damages after determining a super PAC defamed him in a television ad during his unsuccessful 2017 U.S. Senate bid.
The city of Springville is considering purchasing its own ambulance in case of a critical need after some say they have had to wait hours for emergency transport.
Governor Kay Ivey announced on Friday that Alabama's unemployment rate had held steady at its record low of 2.6% for the month of July.
The Vincent City Council on Thursday voted to "temporarily abolish" the city's entire police department.
Former Gov. Robert Bentley was a one-time Medicaid expansion opponent. However, since leaving office in 2017, Bentley has changed his stance.
The Morgan County Jail saw multiple incidences of drugs being brought behind bars this week, according to the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO).
Thursday, an 18-wheeler overturned near the intersection of Alabama Highways 35 and 75, spilling organic peroxide, a substance linked to health issues, including breathing problems.
The Decatur Police Department is investigating after an off-duty officer was struck by a car at his home.
Truckworx has opened a new body shop location in Graysville, Alabama. Truckworx is a longtime Kenworth dealer.
Fast-food chain Taco Bell announced plans to test out a new plant-based meat substitute made from soy and pea protein at its restaurants in Birmingham.
An east Alabama cabinet manufacturer and trucking company announced Thursday it would permanently close.
The Legal Defense Fund (LDF) of the NAACP has filed a brief on behalf of an Alabama Department of Correction (ADOC) inmate who claims a corrections officer sexually assaulted him.
According to Secretary of State John Merrill, if the Alabama Legislature follows the recommendations of the Alabama Republican Party executive committee to institute a closed primary system, it could hurt voter participation.
Birmingham is experiencing its third year in a row of high homicide rates.
A Montgomery man was arrested in Chambers County Wednesday afternoon after multiple jurisdictions from Alabama to Georgia were looking for him in connection to interstate shootings.
Lawrence County School Board member Shanon Terry, also the chairman of the Lawrence County GOP, released a statement Thursday morning pushing back against calls for his resignation for what he had called a "mistake."
Law enforcement agencies across Alabama have been warning citizens about a phone scam in which crooks use a number that appears to come from the police department or sheriff’s office.
The pre-trial hearing has been set for the Dadeville man accused of murdering two and kidnapping one.