The Department of Justice is suing the state of Idaho arguing that the state's abortion bill is an illegal ban on abortion access.
The Alabama Bureau of Pardons and Paroles announced Thursday it was beginning preparations to implement a new statewide electronic monitoring program, which according to a press release, will be capable of monitoring "up to 4,000 people per year" starting in January.
It has been verified that the accused kidnapper and killer, Jose Paulino Pascual-Reyes, is an undocumented resident in the country illegally. More so, Pascual-Reyes had previously been deported from the country.
Officers from the Birmingham Police Department (BPD) delivered school supplies and clothing to the home of Rosemary Allen, who lost two girls during a storm on July 21.
A state lawsuit against the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) has been moved to federal court after a student claimed she was raped by a football player and the school didn’t do enough to help.
Jon Sumrall’s first fall camp practice as the Troy football head coach included the start of yet another quarterback tussle for junior Gunnar Watson.
Members of Prattville’s first responders conducted active shooter exercises at a local school.
The Coosa County Sheriff’s Office arrested a man after tense moments at a home on Thursday, July 28.
UAB offensive lineman Matthew Trehern laughs softly when asked about a moment caught on tape and sent out for the world to see on social media.
On Wednesday, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp (R) announced that he is extending his state’s gas tax holiday through Sep. 12 by executive order.
"The fact that Ayman al-Zawahiri, one of the masterminds of the 9/11 attacks, was living in Kabul is proof that President Biden lied to the American people last year when he falsely claimed that al-Qaida was ‘gone’ in Afghanistan,” said Rep. Rogers.
Horrific details are emerging in the kidnapping turned double murder in Tallapoosa County. After a kidnapping investigation, Federal, state, and local law enforcement uncovered the remains of two bodies in a Dadeville residence.
Sen. Tommy Tuberville is sounding the alarm on foreign land ownership in the state of Alabama, and the nation.
Crimson Tide Sports Marketing vice president and general manager Jim Carabin announced on Wednesday that Gold, the longtime Voice of Alabama football, will be out for the beginning of the season because of health issues and Chris Stewart will take over Gold’s role.
The annual Rock the South music festival will take place in Cullman this weekend.
“Joe Biden Inherited a Recovery and Created a Recession, When Joe Biden took office in January of 2021, he inherited a booming COVID recovery from the Trump Administration. His economic prescriptions have now had a year to be absorbed by the economy and it's clearly bad medicine. All of his policies on issues from energy, to dealing with supply chain issues, to inflation, have led to this economic mess.," said Rep. Aderholt.
"The public and private sector has embraced James Hardie’s presence in our state, which has led the company to announce in August 2022 that it will double its square footage and add 200 jobs to the Prattville/Autauga County location," Nicole Jones said.
If you have an open wound, be careful about getting in the water around the coast or eating raw seafood.
Alabama Power Company customers will see an increase in their power bills starting this month, which according to the utility, fuel costs are to blame for the increase.
EPA Administrator: Michael Regan, U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, and White House Infrastructure Coordinator Mitch Landrieu visited Lowndes County on Tuesday to announce a new federal program to improve wastewater treatment systems in the rural county.
Listen as 1819 News Reporter Craig Monger talks with Phil Williams of Rightside Radio about the kidnapping & apparent murders in Tallapoosa County, along with some details provided by the county sheriff and prosecutor.
Law Enforcement confirmed disturbing details Tuesday after a young kidnapping victim was found, along with two decomposing bodies in Tallapoosa County.
CrimeStoppers of Central Alabama confirmed a kidnapping suspect out of Montgomery was captured Tuesday after a search for him and the unidentified victim.
A plan to add a Short-Term Vacation Rental Overlay District (STVROD) to Dauphin Island is getting pushback from some property owners who say the plan would take away their rights as property owners.