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Illegal alien with prior record charged with murder in Mobile County

Semmes Police recently arrested Antonio Antonio Rodas, an illegal alien, after allegedly driving drunk and causing a collision that killed Adam Luker, 19, about a week after the wreck.

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Limestone County Commission declines to request AG opinion on library board issue

The Limestone County Commission convened on Monday, yet a crucial motion was not discussed. If passed, this motion would have requested the Attorney General intervene in the ongoing dispute between the city of Athens and the county commission regarding appointments to the library board. 

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State of Alabama to begin accepting applications for another $30 million in site development funding

The State of Alabama will begin accepting applications for another round of $30 million in site assessment and development grants this summer.

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'It’s sickening' — Birmingham Mayor Woodfin laments recent Mother's Day shootings while slamming Trump for 'praising' NRA

Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin recently bashed former President Donald Trump for his acceptance of the National Rifle Association’s (NRA) endorsement for his presidential campaign while his city still reels from Mother's Day shootings.

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'What an insult to the parents of our state': Advocates outraged over library obscenity bill failure due to gambling gridlock

Parents and reform advocates are outraged that instead of taking steps to protect children from potentially harmful material, the state legislature instead prioritized a gambling bill that got lost in political gamesmanship.

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National winner of 'MasterChef Junior' is 11-year-old from Opelika

12-year-old Opelika boy Bryson McGlynn won "MasterChef Junior." He wins $100,000 and the start of a culinary career.

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174-year-old historic church burns in Coosa County

The historic Blue Springs Baptist Church was destroyed by fire Monday in rural Coosa County.

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'How were we breeding such cold, callous killers?': Mobile PD's John Young questions lack of 'outrage' over black-on-black violence

Mobile Police Officer John Young asks, “Where is the outrage over violence in the city?”

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Britt on Trump trial: 'If they'll do it to him, they'll do it to you'

Britt reacted to the trial saying the criminal charges are only for political purposes.

United Auto Workers President Shawn Fain speaks to reporters in Tuscaloosa, Ala., on Friday, May 17, 2024, after workers at two Alabama Mercedes-Benz factories voted overwhelmingly against joining the UAW. Alabama News
WSJ editorial board on UAW’s Mercedes-Benz loss: ‘Many workers aren’t interested in what the union is selling’

The Wall Street Journal editorial board dismissed UAW president Shawn Fain’s complaints about Mercedes-Benz’s anti-union tactics a “classic excuse” after a majority of workers in Vance declined to join the union last week. 

ALDOT to demolish toll plaza on Beach Express bridge; Traffic changes announced

The Alabama Department of Transportation will complete the purchase of the Beach Express toll bridge this week and traffic changes will go into effect immediately.

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Third infant surrendered into Madison Safe Haven Baby Box

Madison Fire and Rescue received another infant in its Safe Haven Baby Box the City of Madison announced Monday.

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Suspect in Montgomery shooting that left innocent woman paralyzed released on bail after weekend arrest

A suspect in the Montgomery shooting that left an innocent woman paralyzed was released on bail after being arrested on charges related to the crime over the weekend.

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Britt, Cruz propose bill to ‘protect both life and IVF’ in joint WSJ op-ed

On Sunday, the Wall Street Journal published an editorial written jointly by U.S. Sens. Kaite Britt (R-Montgomery) and Ted Cruz (R-Texas) about their legislative efforts to “clear up confusion after an Alabama Supreme Court ruling” on in-vitro fertilization.

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Hoover Channel passes milestone as questions linger over Hoover city government transparency

The Hoover Channel YouTube Page posted its 200th video this past Saturday.

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Secretary of State investigating suspicious voter registration forms sent from Alabama Medicaid Agency

The Alabama Secretary of State’s Office is investigating how some voter registration forms are being mailed to people at addresses in which they never lived.

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REPORT: Auburn RB Brian Battie in critical condition after fatal shooting

Brian Battie is in critical condition after a shooting in Sarasota, Florida. Battie's brother, Tommie was killed in the shooting.

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Arrest made in deadly hit-and-run in Randolph County; Victim identified

The Wedowee Police Department arrested a 19-year-old in connection to a deadly hit-and-run that happened late Saturday night.

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Ainsworth touts Trump election, legislative wins during Huntsville Men's Republican Club breakfast stop

Lieutenant Gov. Will Ainsworth spoke to a large crowd on Saturday at the Huntsville Republican men's breakfast. The group was founded by the late Elbert Peters and has hardly missed a monthly meeting since its inception in 1985. Saturday was the group's 473rd consecutive meeting. 

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Barry Moore pleads for U.S. House response to conviction of Mountain Gateway pastors in Nicaragua

U.S. Rep. Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) held a special order to once again call for the release of 11 pastors arrested in connection to Mountain Gateway in Nicaragua.

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Home Builders Licensure Board warns homeowners of repair scams following storms, tornados

The Home Builders Licensure Board is warning homeowners against repair fraud following storms and tornados that recently damaged homes.

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Two teens hit, one killed in Wedowee; Search underway for driver

The Wedowee Police Department is investigating a deadly hit-and-run that happened late Saturday night.

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'Alabama Unfiltered' co-hosts 'Ladies of Liberty' discuss the 'pathetic legacy' of modern feminism — 'This whole thing has been a lie'

The “Ladies of Liberty” Amie Beth Shaver and Allison Sinclair from “Alabam Unfiltered” joined 1819 News Bryan Dawson on a recent episode of “1819 News: The Podcast” to discuss how feminism is leading women astray.

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State Sen. Orr: 'I don't know what the House was thinking when the Senate sent down a lottery bill'

During his weekly appearance on Huntsville radio WVNN's "The Dale Jackson Show," State Sen. Arthur Orr (R-Decatur) reacted to the public frustration from gambling proponents.

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‘This is so strange’ — Another Alabama woman receives mystery ring likely tied to scam

A second East Alabama woman received a ring in the mail that she didn’t order. The ring is likely part of a nationwide scam that the United States Postal Inspection Service (USPIS) is warning about.

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Barry Moore demands briefing from DOD on Fort Novosel after two canceled meetings

U.S. Rep. Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) sent a letter on Friday to Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin and Army Secretary Christine Wormuth in which he expressed his disappointment regarding the continued cancellation of briefings scheduled to discuss the reported reprogramming of funds away from the U.S. Army Aviation Center of Excellence at Fort Novosel.

State Sen. Chris Elliott. Photo: Erica Thomas. Alabama News
State Sen. Elliott: Senate Republicans 'more conservative' than House Republicans on gambling

As the hangover from the 2024 legislative session lingers, some members are speaking out about this year's failed comprehensive gambling effort now that the legislature has adjourned sine die.

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