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House Pro Tem Pringle calls for action to protect inmates: ‘The gangs are running our prisons’

Violence between inmates remains a major problem in Alabama Department of Corrections prisons across the state.

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Jefferson County judge recuses himself from Black Contractors’ Association lawsuit to halt amphitheater construction

Jefferson County Circuit Judge Donald Blankenship recused himself from a lawsuit filed by the Black Contractors’ Association of Alabama to stop the construction of the Birmingham Jefferson Civic Center’s open-air amphitheater.

Heath Harmon Alabama News
AHSAA names Heath Harmon new executive director

The Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) named Oxford High School principal Heath Harmon their new executive director on Thursday.

Attorney General Steve Marshall Alabama News
Marshall, 20 AGs demand American Bar Association end diversity requirements for law schools

Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall and 20 state attorneys general sent a letter to the American Bar Association on Thursday demanding the group immediately stop requiring law schools, as part of the accreditation process, to treat students and faculty differently based on race.

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‘She is going to win that race’: Powerhouse PAC known for turning Democrat districts red supporting Caroleene Dobson for AL-2

One of the nation’s most proven political action committees is putting its support and influence behind Alabama's Caroleene Dobson, according to a recent report from the National Journal.

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Birmingham PD confirms Family Court building shot into; One injured by shattered glass

The Birmingham Police Department is investigating after someone shot into the Family Court building at 120 2nd Court North in downtown.

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Autauga County Sheriff Mark Harrell evacuates jail over health and safety concerns

Autauga County Sheriff Mark Harrell has announced his plans to evacuate the county jail due to a "moral obligation" to the health and safety of all who enter or reside there.

MARSHALL COUNTY PROPERTY Alabama News
Judge sets fifth court date for ALDOT director’s criminal charge

Once again, the trial of Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) Director John Cooper has been pushed back.

Tommy Tuberville Alabama News
Tuberville doubles down on Trump support: 'I’m not going to just stand by while they run our country in the ground'

U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) is not backing down from his support for former president Donald Trump in the wake of his recent New York felony convictions while promising to block Biden appointments and "any Democrat bills designed to tear our country apart."

Moms for liberty Alabama News
Madison Moms for Liberty chair blasts Biden DOJ for tracking group along with KKK — 'They came up empty-handed'

Moms for Liberty’s political efforts fighting for parental rights have reportedly landed the organization on a watch list at the U.S. Department of Justice.

Hillary Clinton Alabama News
Hillary Clinton compares sacrifices at D-Day to 'just voting' this November 5

Hillary Clinton compares voting this November to fighting at D-Day.

Steven Reed. Alabama News
State, federal law enforcement investigating Montgomery triple homicide after string of crimes against Hispanics in the city

On Wednesday, Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed and interim Police Chief John Hall spoke regarding the triple murder that occurred in the city on the Troy Highway Tuesday night.

D day2 Alabama News
Ivey pays tribute to WWII veterans on 80th Anniversary of D-Day

Gov. Kay Ivey released a video tribute to those who served 80 years ago at D-Day.

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Alabama's largest private hospital drops United Healthcare as in-network

Negotiations between Infirmary Health and United Healthcare failed to yield success after months of talks to keep the insurance company’s contract with the healthcare system.

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Increase in shootings put strain on Montgomery's blood, plasma, other resources — 'We run very low sometimes'

While Montgomery’s rising crime has a ripple effect throughout the city, members of the healthcare community are sounding the alarm on the negative effects on staff and resources caused by increased gun violence.

Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed Alabama News
Montgomery Mayor Reed asks city council to fund $6 million violence intervention, again blames permitless carry for rise in gun crime

On Tuesday, Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed petitioned the city council for $6 million annually to fund a community violence initiative hours before police responded to a triple homicide in the city.

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Toyota Alabama expansion to create 350 jobs, bringing investment to $1.7 billion

The Toyota Alabama plant in Huntsville will expand to offer more products to its already vast engine assembly line.

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Alabama Ethics Commission fines State Rep. Marilyn Lands $4,500 for campaign finance violations

The Alabama Ethics Commission upheld a $4,500 fine on Wednesday against State Rep. Marilyn Lands (D-Huntsville).

Starlinerlaunch Alabama News
Successful manned Starliner launch with technology developed in North Alabama

Boeing Starliner successfully launched two U.S. astronauts into space Wednesday.

Eagles Alabama News
Students across the Southeast unite in Huntsville for 4th annual Leadership Institute-Student Eagle Leadership Conference

The collaboration between the Leadership Institute and Eagle Forum aims to cultivate and reinforce conservative values in young individuals.

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Testimony reveals City of Hoover is undergoing a forensic audit; Questions of authorization, payment remain

The City of Hoover is in Week 2 of hearings related to a contested Certificate of Need. Testimony from Mayor Frank Brocato last week included claims of alleged blackmail, allegations that prompted a detailed denial by lobbyist Pat Lynch. 

Foley Public Library Alabama News
Former Baldwin County Library Cooperative director denies requesting firing of all employees

The former director of the Baldwin County Library Cooperative is denying she ever requested the board fire all employees, as was reported to the Baldwin County Commission by board members.

D-day Normandy Alabama News
Mobile family remembers father I.G. Reeves who served as a medic on D-Day

80 years since Allied troops landed on the French coast for the D-Day invasion. Alabama medica I.G. Reeves was there.

Lillian Boat Explosion Alabama News
Man rescued from water after boat explosion in Perdido Bay

Multiple agencies responded Tuesday afternoon to a boat fire in Perdido Bay.

Tuberville Alabama News
Tuberville: 'The American people need to wake up — This is a war'

U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) defended a recent letter he signed stating he’d block Democrat spending proposals and legislation after a New York State jury rendered a 34-count guilty verdict against former President Donald Trump. 

Barry Moore and Merrick Garland Alabama News
U.S. Rep. Moore calls out DOJ on politically motivated stunts, tells Merrick Garland he's concerned for the future

U.S. Rep. Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) said Tuesday he is concerned for the future of the country following the political prosecution of former president Donald Trump. Moore made the comments while addressing U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland during a House Judiciary Committee on concerns with the Department of Justice.

Gas stove Alabama News
Marshall, 22 state attorneys general oppose Biden’s new ‘energy-efficiency’ standards for stoves and ovens

Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall joined a coalition of 22 states in opposing the Biden Administration’s new energy-efficiency standards for stoves and ovens on Tuesday.

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