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Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin proposes $13.5 million 'cost of living adjustment' for city employees after already approving raise in recent budget

The Birmingham City Council is considering a pay raise for its employees that would cost the city over $13 million if approved.

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Ledbetter formally elected as House Speaker, Greg Reed reelected as Senate Pro Tem

Tuesday’s Organizing session for the Alabama legislature saw a slew of new leadership in the House, and a sweep of incumbent reelections in the Senate.

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Alabama woman who joined ISIS hopes to return to the U.S. — ‘If I need to sit in prison and do my time, I will do it’

An Alabama woman who moved to Syria to join ISIS in 2014 but is currently trying to renter the United States now says she’s willing to serve time in prison.

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Ivey executive order to change ADOC's so-called 'good time' policy

Gov. Kay Ivey issued an executive order on Monday to address some of the mounting issues affecting the Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC).

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U.S. House passes bill to defund 'army' of 87,000 new IRS agents

As is its first official act following the contentious Speaker race, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill Monday night with the help of Alabama's delegation to strip the IRS of new funding for 87,000 new agents.

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Former Alabama House Speaker released from prison after serving time for ethics conviction

Former Alabama House Speaker Mike Hubbard, who served 28 months in prison in connection to ethics violations, has been released from the Limestone Correctional Center.

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Dozens of properties across Alabama, including much of the Trussville Entertainment District, listed in money laundering scheme indictment

The investigation into a possible multi-million dollar illegal sports gambling conspiracy, tax evasion and money laundering scheme could lead to the seizure of 30 properties, many across Alabama, including several that make up the Trussville Entertainment District (TED). 

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Alabama GOP enters no-confidence vote in reelection bid of RNC chairwoman Ronna McDaniel

The Alabama GOP (ALGOP) announced plans on Monday to introduce a vote of no-confidence in the reelection bid of Republican National Committee (RNC) chairwoman Ronna McDaniel.

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Some lawmakers wary of proposed rule changes to be considered by the Alabama House of Representatives on Tuesday

On Tuesday, the Alabama House of Representatives is expected to consider several significant rule changes that could alter the balance of power in the legislature's lower chamber.

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Two dead in Baldwin County: Investigators say husband was shot and killed after shooting and killing his wife

An investigation is underway in Baldwin County after a husband and wife were shot and killed Saturday night.

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The great Alabama outdoors: Saltwater anglers break 11 records from 2021 to 2022

The salt life was a good one for anglers in Alabama during the period of October 2021 through October 2022.

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City of Birmingham considers purchasing 'micro-shelters' for homeless

The Birmingham City Council is considering building “micro-shelters” to address the homelessness problem in the city.

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Lifeline: Pro-life Christian organization in Birmingham helps broken and struggling families

Herbie Newell was recently in Kansas meeting with a real estate agent about a piece of property. When the man asked him what he did for a living, Newell told him.

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'There's just something special about him': East Alabama child collects items for those in need instead of asking for Christmas gifts

For those who remember going through the old “Sears Christmas Wish Book” and circling all of the toys they wanted from Santa as a child, there is no doubt that kids have a little extra hope during the Christmas season. But for one east Alabama child, hope was something he gave to others in 2022.

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'Self-managed' abortions could still bring criminal prosecution under child chemical endangerment laws

Pills and other self-managed abortions could run afoul of Alabama law, even though the prevailing law does not hold mothers criminally liable for receiving an abortion.

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Crimson Tide football legend turned cattleman John Hannah decries beef industry ‘oligarchies,’ inflation — ‘I’m going to go out of business’

John Hannah is a Crimson Tide and New England Patriot football legend. Now he raises beef cattle in Blountsville, and he said inflation could put him out of business if it continues at its current rate.

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'They are trying to cancel my whole existence': Huntsville drag queen teacher discusses retirement in NYT article

In a newly released New York Times article, now-retired Huntsville drag queen teacher, James Miller, discusses backlash after videos of drag queen story hour went viral. 

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Kevin McCarthy wins Speakership — All six Alabama Republicans in House of Representatives back McCarthy, longest Speaker race in over 100 years

U.S. Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) was elected Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives on Friday night during the 15th ballot cast in the contentious leadership election by a 216-211 vote, with five members voting "present."

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ADPH pushes further vaccination and boosters in wake of new subvariant

The Alabama Department of Public Health is once again encouraging Alabamians to receive their COVID-19 boosters as a new subvariant begins to rear its head.

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Faulkner University decides not to raise tuition during poor economy

Montgomery's Faulkner University won’t be raising tuition for students enrolling in fall 2023.

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Teen involved in crash killing Auburn sportscaster Rod Bramblett, wife Paula, arrested again; Bond revoked

A Lee County judge revoked the bond for the teen sentenced in connection to the 2019 deadly crash that claimed the lives of Rod Bramblett, the voice of the Auburn Tigers, and his wife Paula.

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Two north Alabama teens killed around New Year's Day in separate car crashes

Crossville City Schools as well as the surrounding communities have already experienced more than their fair share of grief in the new year after two teens were killed in separate car accidents.

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RSA’s Bronner tells legislators to 'think long and hard' about tax cuts

Despite large state budget surpluses, legislators should “think long and hard” about cutting taxes in 2023, according to Dr. David Bronner, Retirement Systems of Alabama’s CEO.

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Birmingham Police Department looking for ways to respond to exhibition driving issue after video of drag race bust goes viral

The Birmingham Police Department is looking for new ways to combat the reckless driving that continues to plague the city.

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U.S. Sen. Katie Britt: No endorsement for presidential candidate in 2024 GOP primary

U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) has announced she will not be endorsing a presidential candidate in the 2024 primary.

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Contract Review Committee approves PR contracts for Lt. Governor, Senate Pro Tem Offices

On Thursday, members of Alabama’s Contract Review Committee approved two public relations contracts for Lieutenant Governor Will Ainsworth and State Senate Pro-Tem Greg Reed (R-Jasper).

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City of Loxley implements software to allow 911 callers to livestream video

The city of Loxley invested in a new software program that leaders believe will help with response times and investigations.

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