It hasn’t happened in seven years, and it is a sight to behold. A total eclipse of the sun will occur on April 8.
If Brewbaker is to emerge as the GOP nominee for November's general election contest, he says he will do so without Club for Growth or the House Freedom Caucus.
With high inflation, rampant illegal immigration and heightened political tensions, the American Dream may seem like a thing of the past for many struggling to get by. But Honduran native JR Rivas is living proof that the U.S. is still the land of opportunity and success can still be achieved in the Yellowhammer State.
The Georgia deputy killed during a high-speed chase in Chambers County last Wednesday will be laid to rest Monday.
Alabama’s first classical charter school in Alabama is opening in Prattville in August.
An Arkansas Air National Guard Commander resigning recently over the Biden administration’s military abortion travel stance is another example of “good people” leaving the military over social justice policies, according to U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn).
The Alabama-based advocacy group Clean Up Alabama is petitioning the Alabama Legislature to address the ongoing drama concerning sexually explicit library books for minors.
U.S. Rep Mike Rogers (R-Saks) recently criticized the United Nations' attempts to interfere in a scheduled Alabama execution of a convicted murderer.
Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall applauded an announcement by the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday that it will review the Colorado Supreme Court’s ruling to remove former President Donald Trump from the state’s ballot.
Jefferson County Commission President Jimmie Stephens told 1819 News on Friday that the commission is “completely against” the Birmingham Police Department housing those they arrest on misdemeanor charges in the county jail.
Three hundred and seventy-eight cops nationwide including eight from Alabama were shot in the line of duty in 2023.
Although many conservatives are applauding Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) for the way he is dispersing illegal immigrants around the country to sanctuary states and cities, U.S. Rep. Gary Palmer (R-Hoover) says it will not be without consequences.
Law enforcement responded to bomb threats Friday at multiple shopping centers and malls across the state.
The two women convicted in the killing of a man who tried to help them in Cheaha State Park were sentenced this week.
A federal lawsuit filed by the Mobile Baykeeper against Alabama Power has been dismissed without prejudice. The lawsuit claimed the power company’s plan to leave 21 million tons of coal ash at a plant north of Mobile would allow pollutants to seep into public waters.
The Alabama Chapter for Moms For Liberty (MFL) recently sent a letter to state legislators, asking them to intervene in the ongoing saga over sexually explicit books for minors.
The Leeds Police chief confirmed a man was taken into custody late Thursday after a mental breakdown Thursday at Bass Pro Shops in Leeds.
A former Prattville High School teacher and football coach has pleaded guilty to second-degree assault after being accused of having sexual contact with an unnamed 18-year-old female student.
The Mount Vernon City Council voted to terminate its police chief following his December arrest for domestic violence.
U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) has high hopes for the bill he introduced last month to prevent the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs from using government resources to take care of illegal immigrants.
U.S. Rep. Robert Aderholt (R- Haleyville) joined the U.S. Speaker of the House Mike Johnson (R-LA) and 64 other House Republican Members in a visit to the southern border on Wednesday to put pressure on President Biden as the crisis at the southern border grows.
The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) is investigating a deadly high-speed chase that ended in the death of a Georgia deputy Wednesday morning.
The Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office obtained a warrant on Tuesday for a Birmingham woman whose 3-year-old boy accidentally shot and killed himself before Christmas.
The James D. (Jim) Martin story will air on Alabama Public Television on Thursday at 9 p.m. and again on Thursday, January 18 at 12 a.m.
Two Montgomery County Circuit Court judges refused on Wednesday to reinstate two disqualified candidates for Jefferson County Treasurer.
As the 2024 legislative session creeps closer, school choice is lining up to be one of the more contentious subjects debated by lawmakers once the session begins in February.