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Tuberville, Britt call for sanctions on Nicaragua following Mountain Gateway arrests

U.S. Sens. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) and Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) signed a letter to President Joe Biden asking for sanctions on Nicaragua over religious persecution. U.S. Sens. Rick Scott (R-Fla.) and Ted Cruz (R-Texas) also signed the letter.

State Rep. Mack Butler Alabama News
State Rep. Butler: 'We're all pretending' transgender behavior is normal — 'Up until Obama, it was always a mental defect, and he kind of popularized it'

During a Thursday appearance on Birmingham radio Truth 101.1 WXJC's "Priority Talk," State Rep. Mack Butler (R-Rainbow City) discussed his legislation to expand the prohibition of the discussion of sexual orientation and gender identity in K-5 classrooms to K-12 classrooms.

Mobile Civic Center Renderings Alabama News
New $300M Mobile arena to hold over 10,000; Future plans include hotel, theater, mixed-use space

Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson recently announced a detailed plan to demolish the Mobile Civic Center and build a new $300 million arena in its place.

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Board fires Prattville library director; Chaos ensues when employees attempt to shut down library in protest

Chaos erupted after Andrew Foster, the director of the embattled Autauga/Prattville library, was fired on Thursday for allegedly sharing confidential information with the media.

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Cullman City Schools offering 75% Space Camp refunds for some students after recent transgender controversy

Cullman City Schools is offering some parents the option to opt out of sending their children to Space Camp for 75% of the fee after controversy arose surrounding the employment of a transgender camp worker.

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Huntsville Police Department issues traffic alert for Saturday's St. Patrick's Day Parade

The Huntsville Police Department issued a traffic alert to all motorists who plan to transit through downtown Huntsville this Saturday for St. Patrick’s Day.

Tuberville Alabama News
Tuberville questions generals about possible terrorists entering northern border

While the illegal migrant crisis continues at the U.S. southern border, U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) wants to make sure the northern border doesn't become just as bad.

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New band brings new mountain sound to Mobile, Birmingham: 'Clay Street Unit'

New band with new mountain sound brings national tour to Mobile, Birmingham. 'Clay Street Unit'

Gulf Shores Shooting Alabama News
Gulf Shores shooting suspect granted bond reduction, house arrest

The man arrested for a March 27, 2023 shooting near The Hangout restaurant and Gulf Place in Gulf Shores has been granted a reduced bond with conditions of house arrest and GPS monitoring.

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Tuberville continues push to prevent men from competing in women's sports - 'We've got to do something or we're going to lose Title IX'

On Thursday, the former Auburn football coach appeared on Fox News Channel's "Faulkner Focus" along with former ESPN host Sage Steele to discuss how they are combatting the White House's efforts to "erase women's sports."

Mack Butler. Alabama News
State Rep. Mack Butler proposes solution to transgender Space Camp worker

State Rep. Mack Butler (R-Rainbow City) is one of the Alabama lawmakers vowing to address the recent drama at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center Space Camp through the legislative process.

John Wahl Alabama News
ALGOP chair Wahl backs bill requiring post-election audits – 'I want to see Alabama leading the nation in common sense solutions'

The Alabama Republican Party is backing legislation requiring county probate judges to conduct mandatory ballot audits after every county and statewide election.

Courtroom Alabama News
State Supreme Court hears oral arguments in Jackson Hospital COVID-19 liability case

Members of the Alabama Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Thursday at Auburn University in a wrongful death case at Jackson Hospital in Montgomery in 2020.

Child migrants Alabama News
Ghost kids: How unaccompanied migrant children get lost in Alabama

Executive director of Family Services of North Alabama Sherrie Hiett said after a child is placed in a sponsor home, little to nothing is done to keep track of their location or quality of care, which increases their risk of being mistreated or trafficked.

Judge Self Alabama News
Attorneys for indicted presiding Lauderdale County judge question perjury charge

Attorneys for the legally embattled presiding Judge of the 11th Judicial Circuit in Lauderdale County, Gilbert P. Self, are questioning a perjury charge against their client.

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Ranked-choice voting ban advances in Senate

Members of a Senate committee voted last week to advance a bill that would ban ranked-choice voting in Alabama.

Dubose Alabama News
Space Camp scandal renews calls for legislation defining sex, gender – 'Space Camp needs to have consistent information to go by'

The recent debate regarding a transgender worker at Huntsville's U.S. Space and Rocket Center Space Camp has reinvigorated calls for legislation in the state to address the issue of male and female spaces.

Katie Britt Alabama News
Katie Britt: 'The liberal media isn't interested in the truth'

Although the fallout has subsided, U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) is still taking some shots from not only the national media but also the media at home in Alabama for her impassioned State of the Union response last week.

Wilcoxhome Alabama News
Walking back into history: Wilcox County offering tours of historic homes March 23

Seven homes, two churches and other historic structures are on the Wilcox Tour of Homes Saturday, March 23 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Camden and Oak Hill, Alabama.

Katie Britt Alabama News
Britt introduces 'Laken Riley Act' in U.S. Senate — 'Laken Riley’s heartbreaking murder was a direct, preventable consequence of willful open border policies by President Biden'

U.S. Sens. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) and Ted Budd (R-N.C.) on Wednesday introduced the Laken Riley Act, which is the Senate Companion to H.R. 7511, initially introduced by U.S. Rep. Mike Collins (R-Ga.).

Pettway Alabama News
Jefferson County Sheriff could be in legal trouble, county’s GOP chair says

On Wednesday, Jefferson County GOP chairman Chris Brown said he had heard discussions from multiple sources that Jefferson County Sheriff Mark Pettway was in legal trouble.

Katie Britt Alabama News
CNN issues correction to story suggesting Katie Britt misrepresented trafficking victim’s story

CNN reworded parts of an article and issued a correction at the bottom of the article after trying to cast doubt on a story U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) told during her rebuttal of the State of the Union address.

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Barry Moore lone Alabama no vote in House on bill that could ban TikTok in U.S.

Legislation that could ban TikTok, a social media app, in the United States passed the House on Tuesday.

Wes Allen Alabama News
Secretary of State Allen tells U.S. Senate committee verifying citizenship is a challenge

Secretary of State Wes Allen addressed the United States Senate's Committee on Rules & Administration Tuesday to discuss election integrity and election administration.

Get the led out feature1 Alabama News
Alabama’s Led Zeppelin fans to Mobile Saenger March 24 for tribute by ‘Get the Led Out'

Tribute band 'Get the Led Out' performs at 8 p.m. Sunday, March 24 at Mobile's Saenger Theater. 'Led Zeppelin'

Kyle Lewter Madison County Courthouse Alabama News
Court documents reveal gruesome details in Kyle Lewter murder, sexual torture case

Newly released details in the Kyle Lewter murder case paint an even more disturbing picture of how he allegedly tortured and killed long-time acquaintance Derek Franklin Wells.

sports betting Alabama News
'Red44' illegal sports betting trial involving six from Alabama delayed

The case of 11 defendants charged in connection to a possible multi-million-dollar illegal sports gambling conspiracy has been continued for the second time.

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