The Birmingham City Council called a special meeting on Friday after unexpectedly naming councilman Darell O’Quinn council president on Tuesday.
Firefighters across the state are concerned about fire safety after the Alabama Forestry Commission (AFC) re-issued a Fire Alert this week.
The Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission will decide Thursday whether to rescind all previously-awarded cannabis business licenses.
Bishop State Community College unveiled the Gene Haas Center for Advanced Manufacturing Technology this week.
A bill to approve the 9/11 Remembrance Flag to be flown on public property and create criminal penalties for flying unapproved flags on public property was recently pre-filed in the Alabama Legislature.
U.S. Sen Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) is continuing to fight for additional funding for Israel while refusing to give “another dime” to the war effort in Ukraine.
U.S. Rep. Gary Palmer (R-Hoover) said on Wednesday that U.S. Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-N.Y.) “should be expelled” from Congress after he was charged with pulling a fire alarm in the Capitol building last month as Republicans deliberated on a spending measure to keep the government open.
A committee of legislators, law enforcement, educators, and state agency directors met on Tuesday to begin examining school safety again in Alabama.
Montgomery County Circuit Judge James Anderson dismissed a lawsuit on Wednesday filed by Birmingham-Southern College (BSC) last week against Alabama State Treasurer Young Boozer.
Two sociology professors at the University of Alabama Huntsville have signed onto an open letter supporting Gaza and Palestinians while condemning Israel for fighting back after it was attacked by the terrorist group Hamas.
Members of the Birmingham City Council on Tuesday thought they elected Councilman Darrell O’Quinn as the new city council president. Now, according to reports, they might have to cast another vote.
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Auburn University head basketball coach Bruce Pearl was featured on FNC's "Fox & Friends First" Wednesday to rally support for Israel.
Dan Bongino, a former New York Police officer and Secret Service Agent turned conservative political commentator, mentioned 1819 News on his podcast Tuesday when talking about his new movie "Police State."
Former State Rep. Charlotte Meadows has thrown her hat into the ring, announcing her candidacy for the Alabama State Department of Education (ALSDE) District 3 seat.
Abortions in Alabama declined from an average of 635 per month to zero after the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) overturned Roe v. Wade in June, 2022, according to a new study.
Attorney General Steve Marshal held a memorial for the three fallen Alabama law enforcement officers who lost their lives in the line of duty last year during the 24th Annual Attorney General’s Law Enforcement Summit.
A Federal Appeals court blocked an Iowa school system’s policy requiring school staff and students to use the preferred pronouns of others. Attorneys from Alabama-based Foundation for Moral Law had a part in the court victory.
A trial date has been set for the case involving Baldwin County Bridge Company versus Alabama Department of Transportation Director John Cooper. Both parties agreed Tuesday to schedule the trial for Aug. 12, 2024.
TRUSSVILLE — Several East Jefferson County mayors met on Tuesday morning and discussed possibilities and concerns about a potential new jail that could house inmates for municipalities in the Birmingham area.
Alabama ranks 39th in the nation for its business tax climate, according to a new study released on Tuesday.
One Mobile County man said he was punished for doing just that and now he wants to be compensated.
The city of Mobile is asking citizens to name its first fully electric garbage truck.
A Hoover city councilman thanked state lawmakers for working on legislation to increase penalties for false reporting following the staged kidnapping of Hoover’s Carlee Russell, which gained national attention earlier this year.