The city of Mobile is asking citizens to name its first fully electric garbage truck.
Those who came to watch "Police State" at the Daphne AMC Classic Jubilee Square 12 left with an extra patriotic pep in their step Monday night.
Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall asked Montgomery County Circuit Judge James Anderson on Monday to dismiss a lawsuit recently filed by Birmingham-Southern College (BSC) against Alabama State Treasurer Young Boozer for denying the private school a $30 million state loan last week.
U.S. Sen Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) recently joined in a letter asking Senate leadership not to leverage any aid to Israel with continued assistance to Ukraine.
The Cullman County Library Board recently decided to keep three challenged books in their original location.
After Jefferson County Sheriff Mark Pettway told a local news station about ongoing negotiations with Birmingham-area municipalities to open a regional jail, Jefferson County Commission president Jimmie Stephens said that the Commission, not the sheriff, must seal the deal.
Multiple calls by 1819 News to Scofield for confirmation and further questioning have gone unanswered, and several messages, unreturned.
A Mobile County Grandy Jury indicted Jonathan Daniel Sauers, 44, of Semmes on two charges related to allegations he had a sexual relationship with a student
A sentencing hearing for former State Rep. Fred Plump, Jr. (D-Fairfield) scheduled for Monday in a Birmingham federal court has been delayed.
U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) recently joined several Senate colleagues at a press conference from Tel Aviv during a visit in the wake of the recent violence that has rocked the region.
U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) vowed in a video statement released to X on Saturday to keep American taxpayer dollars from facilitating terrorism.
DHR Commissioner Nancy Buckner is asking the court to move a civil case to Montgomery County.
The city of Gulf Shores announced Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville will be part of a new development in the city. The restaurant will be in the Legendary Marina & Yacht Club.
Former band members from Sylacauga High School will gather on October 25 to recognize their band directors. For 75 years, one family supplied all the band directors – Fess Simpkins, Buddy Simpkins and David Simpkins.
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The Lieutenant Governor’s Commission on 21st Century Workforce met Wednesday in Birmingham to prepare recommendations to transform Alabama’s current workforce development initiatives.
A second former employee of WTVM in Columbus, Georgia, is in a legal battle with the television station’s parent company, after being fired for not getting the COVID vaccine.
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), a Montgomery-based far-left activist organization, sent a delegation to Geneva, Switzerland, to make recommendations to the United Nations Human Rights Committee (UNHRC).
Despite the hold placed by State Sen. Chris Elliott (R-Josephine), the ultimate price tag on the route, which would complete a four-lane corridor between Mobile and Tuscaloosa, remains an unknown.
An unnamed female staffer for U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) was robbed and carjacked at gunpoint on Thursday night in Washington D.C.
Governor Kay Ivey announced Friday that Alabama’s Commerce Secretary Greg Canfield will be leaving the officeafter serving 12 years in the office.
Two former Alabama basketball players were recently named in a wrongful death lawsuit in the death of 23-year-old Jamea Jonae Harris, who was shot dead in January
Governor Kay Ivey and State Treasurer Young Boozer recently announced that the state would increase its investment into Israeli bond holdings as the country is currently embroiled in conflict.
Activists gathered at the North Shelby County Library on Thursday night to praise the library board members for keeping an LGBTQ display in the children’s section in June after backlash from residents who felt it was inappropriate for kids.
The 1819 News team came together on October 18 to celebrate being in business across the state of Alabama for two years.
Alabama Department of Labor Secretary Fitzgerald Washington announced on Friday that the state’s labor force participation rate remained unchanged in September at 57%.