Jefferson County Commission members have not been on the same page regarding allowing the bingo halls to operate, but Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall said the Supreme Court has made it clear the bingo halls are illegal.
The state government being in the liquor business with the Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Board operating retail stores is seen as a questionable use of power and resources.
Lucy Helland, a sixth grader at Bumpus Middle School, is collecting money to purchase pillows for foster children.
Several retailers and restaurants are choosing to give employees time off for Thanksgiving this year. Even some big-box stores known for opening late for Black Friday Eve sales are putting the kibosh on the tradition.
Birmingham MAX Transit buses have been experiencing delays and cancellations, which officials are blaming on worker shortages due to COVID-19 and the flu despite receiving millions in federal funding to help with those issues.
The Alabama State Department of Education released on Friday its statewide school report cards for 2021-2022.
A new Alabama State House security preclearance policy for registered lobbyists and state agency heads will begin during the 2023 legislative session.
Attorney General Steve Marshall spoke Friday at an event for health care providers focused on the opioid crisis.
Alabama’s infant mortality rate showed an increase from 2020 to 2021, which is continually higher than the national average
The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals heard arguments Friday for overturning a preliminary injunction filed against Alabama's Vulnerable Child Compassion and Protection Act (VCAP).
Secretary of State John Merrill announced the passing of Hugh R. Evans, III. Evans passed away on Thursday, November 17, with over 25 years of public service as a well-respected attorney.
The Alabama Supreme Court ruled unanimously Friday to allow a free speech lawsuit to proceed by a Young Americans for Liberty chapter and student-member Joshua Greer against the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH).
On Friday, Gov. Kay Ivey's office revealed Alabama's October seasonally adjusted labor force numbers, which showed the state's unemployment rate at 2.7%, up from September's number of 2.6%.
Underpayments, overpayments and retirement account reporting problems have been plaguing city employees' paychecks since July.
When Rich Wingo first ran for office in 2014, he did it with the intention of only serving two terms. Now that he’s leaving, he still sees more work to be done.
A new core curriculum reducing some liberal arts requirements was approved by University of Alabama faculty on Wednesday.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture, the state of Alabama and local farmers have reached an agreement to provide fresh produce to schools where the majority of students receive free and reduced-cost lunches.
Wednesday evening, local leaders and school officials gathered at Selma High School (SHS) and spoke with parents and others to address community issues after the death of an SHS student.
The U.S Senate on Wednesday passed the hotly-debated Respect for Marriage Act, which would federally enshrine the right to same-sex and interracial marriage into law.
Alabama received one of the worst woke scores among the schools surveyed by The Heritage Foundation — worse than California and New York.
Kenneth Eugene Smith, an Alabama man convicted in a murder-for-hire plot of a pastor’s wife, is set to be executed today.
Decatur Mayor Tab Bowling admitted to violating the city’s ordinance prohibiting short-term rentals.
A Ukrainian pastor with ties to Alabama continues to hunker down with members of his congregation and community as the world around him crumbles.
Members of the Montgomery City Council delayed voting on an ordinance at a Tuesday night meeting that would increase the city’s lodging tax.
Birmingham Water Works is planning to repay certain customers who were overcharged for water, but some might get back less than expected.
An Alabama solar farm is involved in a $1.3 million multi-state settlement for violations of the Clean Water Act.
A week after being elected as Alabama’s next Secretary of State, Wes Allen sent a certified letter to the Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC) stating that Alabama would cease participation with the non-profit upon his inauguration on January 16, 2023.