The people of Alabama see it time and time again. A big lottery jackpot is up for grabs and folks race across state lines to purchase their chance at millions.
Alabama will be one of 15 states not to participate in an upcoming federally-funded summer program that provides EBT benefits to kids for groceries.
United Auto Workers officials announced on Wednesday that 30% of the Mercedes-Benz plant’s workforce have signed union authorization cards.
The family of Robert Harris, a 35-year-old former Mobile Police Officer who died in custody at the Washington County Jail, recently filed a federal lawsuit against Washington County Sheriff Richard Stringer and an unnamed detention officer.
Bryan Taylor, one of two candidates running for the soon-to-be-vacated chief justice seat on the Alabama Supreme Court, continues to call on his “woke” opponent to a public discussion on their respective positions.
Legislators unveiled a tentative proposal to be considered in the upcoming session that would allow for pre-made mixed drink beverages to be sold in grocery and convenience stores in Alabama.
Tuesday, during an appearance on Newsmax TV, U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) criticized President Joe Biden and his administration for its handling of the absence of Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin after a weeklong stint at the intensive care ward at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center earlier this month.
Prichard City Councilman Derrick Griffin was arrested on Tuesday for two counts of insurance fraud stemming from a December 2023 grand jury indictment.
State Rep. Wes Kitchens (R-Arab) emerged victorious on Tuesday in the three-way special election for Senate District 9.
Republican Bryan Brinyark has won the Alabama House of Representatives District 16 special election.
With less than two months to go before the primary election on March 5, a race for a Montgomery County Circuit Judge seat is starting to get entertaining.
The University Club has been closed since the COVID pandemic of 2020, three years sitting unused. Now, it is undergoing a $17 million makeover.
The city of Mobile is asking for community members to come together to work with city leaders to understand what’s happening with crime and efforts to stop it.
The ALFA endorsement went to political newcomer Caroleene Dobson, raised on a family farm, now a lawyer in Montgomery and mother of two daughters.
United Launch Alliance had a successful rocket launch on Monday in Cape Canaveral, Florida, thanks in large part to the efforts of its manufacturing operations in Decatur.
From its 2017 opening to its planned resort hotel completion, the OWA project in Foley is expected to become a total investment of $414 million by the Poarch Band Creek of Indians (PCI).
Two Montgomery County Circuit Court Judges rejected restraining order requests on Monday filed by two disqualified Jefferson County Democrat candidates against Jefferson County Probate Judge James Naftel and Alabama Ethics Commission Director Tom Albritton.
Judson College is attempting to reach a settlement and satisfy its debts over time with a Chapter 11 plan.
Michigan will defeat Washington in the college football national championship on Monday, according to U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn).
U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) is warning of another world war after learning Iran ramped up its nuclear program at the same time U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin was secretly hospitalized.
Retired NFL and University of Alabama defensive end Wallace Gilberry announced on Monday he was dropping out of the race for the newly-drawn second congressional district in Alabama.
The capital murder trial of Marco Antonio Perez, 24, of Theodore, is scheduled to begin this week in Mobile County.
On Sunday, heavy metal band Metallica announced Auburn University had won its inaugural marching band challenge.
November 2023 was the first month the city of Mobile collected sales tax from businesses in the newly annexed areas.
What seems like a layup for a supermajority Republican-led Alabama Legislature has eluded the body for the last few years.