Beginning in 1944, the Alabama Cattlemen's Association has grown to become the largest state cattlemen's association in the nation, now representing over 10,000 members across the state.
Coach Lefty Driesel died February 17 at age 92 at his home in Virginia Beach.
During an appearance on Mobile radio FM Talk 106.5's "The Jeff Poor Show," State Sen. Chris Elliott (R-Josephine) said the so-called comprehensive gambling bill that passed the State House of Representatives could not pass in the State Senate as currently written.
Spirit-based, ready-to-drink cocktails should remain under the control of the ABC Board, according to a report filed by the legislative Mixed Spirits Beverage Task Force on Wednesday.
Due to President Joe Biden’s many public gaffes and a special counsel report calling him an "elderly man with a poor memory," people on both sides of the political aisle are growing concerned about his mental capacity.
On Friday's broadcast of Alabama Public Television's "Capitol Journal," Gov. Kay Ivey weighed in on the first two weeks of the legislative session, which included the House of Representatives' passage of a comprehensive package she endorsed.
The Alabama Public Service Commission (APSC) blamed the Biden administration for higher power bills across the state.
The premiere of the 2024 season of American Idol will be on Sunday at 7 p.m. It will feature a 15-year-old high school kid from McIntosh: Triston Harper.
Attorney General Steve Marshall recently led a 22-state brief in support of former President Donald Trump, asking for a stay in his prosecution until the U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) rules on his presidential immunity for charges of conspiring to overturn the 2020 election.
High school band members are invited to register and experience a day with the Million Dollar Band on A-Day, the spring football game.
An embryo created through in-vitro fertilization (IVF) is a child protected by Alabama’s wrongful death act and the Alabama Constitution, the Alabama Supreme ruled on Friday.
On Friday, U.S. Rep Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) introduced a resolution condemning the imprisonment of 11 pastors in Nicaragua on what Moore says are trumped-up charges.
Governor Kay Ivey recently praised the House of Representatives for passing a series of comprehensive gambling bills allowing for casino gaming, sports betting, and a lottery in the state.
Legislation giving boards of registrars a pay raise passed the Senate by a 15-10 margin on Thursday.
Albertville City Schools is in desperate need of more funding to accommodate its rapid growth and immigrant population, according to Superintendent Bart Reeves.
The law enforcement community is mourning the loss of one of its own after a tragic incident in Fultondale Thursday.
Legislation by State Rep. Phillip Ensler (D-Montgomery) that would add criminal penalties for swatting in the state is heading for a vote in the Alabama House of Representatives.
Alabama folks age 50 and up can compete in the Alabama Senior Olympics 2024 Games.
It may have seemed like a smart opportunity. Quiet Sunday afternoon in out-of-the-way Fultondale. One store clerk on duty (a female at that).
With less than three weeks until the primary election on March 5, five Republican candidates in the newly created congressional district 2 discussed immigration, the national debt and their backgrounds at a forum in Montgomery hosted by the Montgomery County Republican Party and the Capital City Young Republicans on Thursday night.
Thursday's 67-31 vote for House Bill 152, the enabling legislation accompanying a constitutional amendment on gambling, marked the end of a contentious week for members of the Alabama House of Representatives.
The gambling debate will now move to the State Senate after the House of Representatives passed two comprehensive bills on Thursday.
One of the best-known voices and faces in the Birmingham television market has died. Scott Richards passed away from a medical emergency on Valentine’s Day.
Did you ever think you’d live to see colonization of the Moon? One small step for a man from Alabama, a giant leap for mankind.
The Alabama House of Representatives passed two bills on Thursday to allow comprehensive gambling in Alabama.
Caroleene Dobson, a Montgomery attorney and native of rural Monroe County in the district, addressed a problem that has plagued Mobile and southern Alabama for decades.