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Jeff Foxworthy Alabama News
‘You Might be a Redneck’ comedian Jeff Foxworthy coming to Alabama

Jeff Foxworthy, best known for his “You Might be a Redneck” skit, is coming to the Ozark Civic Center March 14.

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'The Music of Pink Floyd': Alabama Symphony Orchestra with full rock band March 16

'The Music of Pink Floyd': On Saturday, March 16 at the Birmingham Jefferson Civic Center at 8 p.m., the Alabama Symphony Orchestra will back up a full rock and roll band and a vocalist playing the Pink Floyd repertoire.

UAB RESEARCH ANIMALS Alabama News
UAB accused of tormenting animals following USDA inspection citing trauma, injury, death

USDA inspectors performed a routine inspection of research laboratories at the University of Alabama at Birmingham on January 31, which led to multiple citations.

Mobile City Council Alabama News
Mobile City Council puts off vote on police raid policy following request from chief

The Mobile city council voted Tuesday to lay over a vote on a police raid policy that would be citywide. The council will consider the ordinance again in two weeks.

JOHN WAHL Alabama News
ALGOP chair hopes busy Dem races prevent ‘liberal, leftist, woke’ crossover votes

The Alabama Republican Party chairman spoke on Mobile radio FM Talk 106.5’s “The Jeff Poor Show” on Primary Tuesday, saying while rain could prevent some from heading to the polls, he is less concerned with voter turnout than he is with crossover voting.

State Rep. Paul Lee. Alabama News
House Health Committee chair State Rep. Paul Lee attempts impromptu public comment do-over after shutting out IVF 'fix' opposition last week

House Health Committee Chair Paul Lee attempted on Tuesday to rectify last week’s actions of allowing only supporters of the IVF bill to speak in favor of the bill while not allowing any of those who had signed up in opposition to the bill a chance.

Mobile Police Chief Paul Prine Alabama News
Mobile Police chief seeks clarification ahead of council consideration of 'no-knock,' 'pre-dawn raid' ban

An ordinance banning no-knock warrants and pre-dawn raids within the city of Mobile is on the agenda for the Mobile City Council Tuesday.

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Super Tuesday preview: Primary ballot features critical state and federal races, constitutional amendment

Super Tuesday is upon us, and several critical seats in both state and federal politics, along with a constitutional amendment, will be on statewide ballots.

Matt web Alabama News
British blues guitar sensation Matt Schofield in Columbiana March 9

British guitar sensation Matt Schofield performs on Saturday, March 9 at 7:30 p.m. at the Song Theater.

Boatremoval Alabama News
Mobile begins abandoned boat removal project: We 'look forward to taking more of these eyesores out of our waterways'

The City of Mobile kicked off a project Monday to remove all abandoned boats and other marine debris from its waterways.

Steve Marshall Alabama News
AG Marshall finalizes $220 million settlement with two opioid distributors

The State of Alabama settled for $220 million with two opioid distributors over their role in the opioid crisis.

Kids to Love Box Madison Alabama News
Decatur City Council takes steps to become second city in Alabama with Safe Haven Baby Box following Madison

The City of Decatur took a step closer to becoming the second city in Alabama with a Safe Haven Baby Box. The city of Madison was the first in the state and has already successfully received two babies, with the first just 12 days after installation. The Decatur approved initial set-up costs for the Safe Haven Baby Box.

Barkley Alabama News
Charles Barkley: ‘If I see a black person walking around with Trump’s mugshot, I’m gonna punch him in the face’

Charles Barkley said over the weekend he’d punch a black person if he saw them wearing a t-shirt with former President Donald Trump’s mugshot.

Liles Burke Alabama News
Alabama federal judge rules Corporate Transparency Act unconstitutional

A U.S. District Court of the Northern District of Alabama Judge in Huntsville granted summary judgment to the National Small Business Administration (NSBA) in its challenge of the constitutionality of the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA) recently.

Wind Creek Casino Alabama News
Poarch Band of Creek Indians compact, lottery remain in revised gambling legislation in Senate

Alabama State Senators will likely consider a revised version this week of the gambling and lottery legislation passed by the House in February.

ERIC SMITH PAM HORN Alabama News
UAH professor with DEI 'expertise' awarded by state teachers' group

The Association of College English Teachers of Alabama awarded UAH professor of English Dr. Eric Smith with the 2024 Eugene Current-Garcia Award for Distinction in Literary Scholarship.

cabrini Alabama News
America's 'Mother Teresa': Movie 'Cabrini' premieres in Alabama March 8

The movie "Cabrini" premieres in Alabama on March 8. It tells the true story of "America's Mother Teresa."

Dale Strong Farmer Alabama News
Strong's U.S. farmland bill fighting Chinese Communist Party included in anti-China bill

U.S. Rep. Dale Strong (R-Monrovia) on Monday announced his bill, the "Protecting America's Agricultural Land from Foreign Harm Act," has been included in the Republican Study Committee’s "Countering Communist China Act".

John Wahl Alabama News
ALGOP chairman John Wahl opposes adding ‘monetary cap’ to school choice bill

The Alabama Republican Party opposes adding a funding cap to the school choice bill currently making its way through the legislature, ALGOP chairman John Wahl said on Monday.

Trump Alabama News
Alabama lawmakers, politicos praise SCOTUS Trump decision — 'The commies will have to find other ways to 'defend democracy''

Alabama politicos are praising the U.S. Supreme Court decision that restored former President Donald Trump to stay on the Colorado presidential ballot.

AG Explosive Device Attorney General Alabama News
$5K reward offered for information leading to conviction in detonated explosive device investigation outside Alabama AG’s Office

Gov. Kay Ivey announced a $5,000 reward on Monday for any information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the individual or individuals involved with the explosive device that was detonated at the Alabama Attorney General’s Office.

Fireball play Alabama News
‘Fireball,’ world premiere of Alabama play, coming to Montevallo March 8-10

“Fireball” performs for the first time ever March 8-10 at the Parnell Memorial Library Theater in Montevallo.

Katie Britt Alabama News
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich: ‘Some very smart people’ think Katie Britt will be Trump’s VP pick

After being picked to give the Republican response to President Joe Biden's State of the Union address Thursday, more people are speculating that U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) has a real shot at being Donald Trump's running mate should he win the GOP nomination.

Kamala Harris Alabama News
Kamala Harris calls for Gaza cease fire in Selma 'Bloody Sunday' speech

Vice President Kamala Harris brought the Biden administration road show to Selma for the 59th anniversary of the "Bloody Sunday" march on the Edmund Pettus Bridge.

Foreigner Alabama News
‘Foreigner’ farewell tour in Mobile March 6, Orange Beach August 16

The Farewell Tour of band, 'Foreigner' comes to Mobile and Orange Beach.

Alabama state house Alabama News
State Sen. Orr says expect CHOOSE Act vote 'late next week'

Friday, during an interview with Huntsville radio WVNN's Dale Jackson, Senate Education Trust Fund Committee chairman State Sen. Arthur Orr (R-Decatur) said he expected a Senate vote on the education savings account bill, the CHOOSE Act, late next week.

Sarah Stewart, Bryan Taylor (collage) Alabama News
Final days of Republican primary for Supreme Court Chief Justice heats up between Stewart, Taylor

Bryan Taylor, a candidate for Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice, called his opponent, Justice Sarah Stewart, “desperate” on Friday after her campaign released a new ad on every major television market in Alabama with days left before the primary election on March 5.

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