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Marilyn Lands Alabama News
Marilyn Lands: HD10 outcome shows people want 'reproductive freedom'

Despite earning 3,715 votes in a state with 3,779,749 registered voters and an estimated 161 million voters nationally, State Rep. Marilyn Lands (D-Huntsville) allies in the national mainstream media continue to tie statewide and national significance to her special election victory on Tuesday.

Brewbaker Pro Life Alabama News
Brewbaker endorsed by nationally-known pro-life organization NRLC in AL-2 runoff

The National Right to Life Committee (NRLC), a pro-life organization, endorsed former State Sen. Dick Brewbaker (R-Montgomery) in the runoff for Alabama’s Second Congressional District.

Caroleene Dobson Alabama News
National conservative women’s PAC Maggie’s List endorses Dobson in Alabama’s second congressional district runoff

Strong values and fiscal responsibility are two reasons a federal political action committee is voicing support for AL-2 Republican candidate Caroleene Dobson.

birmingham-southern college Alabama News
Birmingham-Southern seeking ‘smoothest possible transition’ after closure

Birmingham-Southern College will host meetings next week with students about transfer opportunities.

Steve Perkins Alabama News
Huntsville media refuse to air ALEA body cam footage of Stephen Perkins shooting

Huntsville media have refused to air the ALEA body cam footage in the shooting death of Stephen Perkins in Decatur.

Unite bama Alabama News
'Put the devil on notice': 'Scores' of students baptized at Unite Bama event

Thousands showed up at Coleman Coliseum at the University of Alabama campus on Wednesday for a night of worship hosted by Unite Bama, and a large number left with their lives forever changed.

Kristy Siple pleaded guilty in March to first-degree human trafficking in the death of her five-year-old daughter Kamarie Holland. Alabama News
Mother of slain five-year-old Kamarie Holland pleads guilty to human trafficking after murder charges dropped

Kristy Siple, the mother of slain five-year-old Kamarie Holland, has pleaded guilty to human trafficking in the first degree after the state dropped charges of first-degree murder for Holland’s killing.

Mountain Gateway Pastors Alabama News
Mountain Gateway pastors wrongfully sentenced to prison in Nicaragua after hosting mass evangelical events

The 11 Mountain Gateway pastors arrested in Nicaragua in December have been sentenced to 12 to 15 years in prison and have been ordered to pay over $80 million each in fines.

Voter registration Alabama News
Secretary of State Wes Allen: National groups targeting ‘primarily Democratic voter blocks’ in Alabama through voter registration mailers

Out-of-state voter registration groups mailing pre-filled voter registration forms to Alabamians are targeting “primarily Democratic voter blocks,” according to Alabama Secretary of State Wes Allen.

Gulf Shores Video Alabama News
UPDATE: Shooter in custody, one injured in Gulf Shores; Video shows people running for cover

Heavy police presence was seen Wednesday night near The Hangout in Gulf Shores, as people ran for safety after an unknown incident.

Michelle Marie Bradshaw Alabama News
Alleged 'super liberal' attacker of HD27 candidate Billy Ray Todd identified

The identity of the “super liberal” woman accused of attacking Republican House District 27 candidate Billy Ray Todd at a Walmart in Arab Tuesday has been released.

Johnny Letron Brown Alabama News
Suspect in Dadeville Sweet 16 party shooting is third to plead not guilty

A third suspect in the Dadeville Sweet 16 shooting last year has pleaded not guilty and waived his arraignment.

Butch Thompson Alabama News
Auburn baseball's Butch Thompson, former BSC pitcher, 'sad' about school's closure — 'It’s pretty unbelievable'

Auburn University head baseball coach Butch Thompson on Tuesday said he was "stunned" to learn Birmingham-Southern College, where he pitched and met his now-wife, was closing its doors at the end of the school year.

Alabama sets lethal injection date for death row inmate who killed couple in 2004

Floyd and Vera Hill, an elderly couple, were inside their Marion County home in 2004 when they were brutally attacked, leading to their deaths.

Pablo Mendoza Alabama News
Tuberville blasts Biden for 'aiding and abetting these monsters' after illegal alien arrested in Coffee County for alleged rape of ‘mentally incapacitated’ 14-year-old female

Enterprise Police arrested Pablo Mendoza, a 23-year-old illegal alien, for allegedly raping a female, 14, on Monday.

Caroleene Dobson Alabama News
Caroleene Dobson starts first TV ad for AL-2 runoff

Congressional candidate Caroleene Dobson started her TV ad campaign Monday in her runoff campaign for AL2. She weighs a difference on two issues – support for Donald Trump and raising taxes.

billy ray todd attacked Alabama News
GOP HD27 candidate Billy Ray Todd claims he was attacked by 'super liberal' while campaigning — 'She was coming for my face'

Todd sustained a couple of bloody scratches on his arm, apparently from where the woman grabbed him during the struggle.

Department of Labor Alabama News
State Sen. Elliott files bill to consolidate 38 licensing boards into Department of Labor

The administration of thirty-eight licensing boards in Alabama would be consolidated into a new office inside the Department of Labor under a bill filed last week by State Sen. Chris Elliott (R-Josephine).

Perkins shooting Alabama News
Exclusive — Watch: ALEA video with bodycam footage of Decatur Police shooting involving Stephen Perkins

In the early morning hours of September 29, 2023, Decatur Police Officers were assisting in a repossession when they shot and killed Stephen Perkins.

Attorney General Steve Marshall Alabama News
AG Marshall: 'I never thought I would be having to litigate who's a boy and who is a girl'

Marshall spoke about the opioid crisis, illegal immigration, transgender issues that are impacting minors and efforts his office is making to support Donald Trump during his politically-motivated legal battles.

Voicesthatwillnotbesilenced Alabama News
Alabama author Terri LaPoint pens book exposing child abductions by authorities

“Voices That Will Not Be Silenced,” the new book by Alabama's Terri LaPoint, is out April 2. It tells the sad and ironic story of how loving families can lose their children to authorities.

Alabama political news kay ivey Alabama News
Ivey on unionization push in Alabama: ‘UAW now wants to cash in on the gains of southern workers’

The United Automobile Workers unionization push into Alabama is an attempt to “cash in on the gains of southern workers,” according to Gov. Kay Ivey.

prattville autauga library Alabama News
Prattville Library Board attorney Laura Clark refuses to apologize, retract statements on terminated library director

Laura Clark, the attorney for the Autauga/Prattville Library Board, has refused the demands from the recently terminated library director, Andrew Foster, who called for a retraction and apology from Clark for statements surrounding Foster’s firing.

birmingham southern college Alabama News
Birmingham-Southern College to close in May after $30 million state loan stalls in House

Birmingham-Southern College will shut down on May 31 after legislation to give the financially distressed college a $30 million loan stalled in the Alabama House.

Tuberville and Britt Alabama News
Tuberville, Britt introduce resolution in connection to Mountain Gateway arrests in Nicaragua

U.S. Sens. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) and Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) are among four senators who introduced a resolution condemning the Nicaraguan government’s treatment of 13 people associated with Mountain Gateway Christian ministry.

Baldwin County Alabama News
Baldwin County 911 Board names new director, two deputy directors

The Baldwin County 911 Center has a new director, months after the board did not renew the contract for the former director. Two deputy directors have also been named in response to unprecedented growth in the county.

Uaw Alabama News
UAW president visits Alabama, says Mercedes-Benz, Ivey, BCA ‘trying to make you afraid to stand up’

United Automobile Workers (UAW) President Shawn Fain met with workers at a gathering in Coaling on Sunday a few weeks after the union announced a majority of employees at a Mercedes-Benz plant in Vance had signed up to join the union.

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