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.
Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn has endorsed Bryan Taylor for Alabama Chief Justice.
On Saturday Deadheads in Alabama will be heading to the Southside of Birmingham to the club, Zydeco. 'Cosmic Charlie' will do their tribute to "The Grateful Dead.'
The trial for a Gulf Shores tattoo artist accused of trying to rape a woman in the parking lot of Mud Bugs Pub & Club on August 28, 2022, has been rescheduled.
Two bills sponsored by State Sen. Chris Elliott (R-Josephine) on changing how boards for local libraries and the Alabama Department of Archives and History are appointed drew the ire of Senate Minority Leader Bobby Singleton (D-Greensboro) on Wednesday.
On Wednesday, the Alabama House Democratic caucus came out in staunch opposition to Gov. Kay Ivey’s proposed school choice legislation that will be debated during the 2024 legislative session.
The Sound of Freedom Act unanimously passed the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday, bringing it one step closer to final passage.
U.S. Rep. Bruce Westerman (R-Ark.) spoke in Washington, D.C. Wednesday on behalf of over a dozen people imprisoned by the Nicaraguan government.
Members of the Senate Education Budget committee will likely take a vote on legislation creating a new $100 million education savings account school choice program next week.
Tuesday, on the syndicated radio program "Right Side Radio," State Sen. Larry Stutts (R-Tuscumbia) signaled his support for Gov. Kay Ivey's school choice legislation, titled the CHOOSE Act.
Transgender medical care is growing in hospitals across the nation as more medical institutions sign on to help those who do not identify as their biological selves.
A giant billboard in Tuesday’s Mobile Mardi Gras parade read: “Jimmy Buffett’s last hit. Changes in Altitude.”
Tuesday was all about gambling at the Alabama State House, as lawmakers and advocates spent time either opposing or supporting the proposed legislation currently being debated by legislators.
While the debate over a comprehensive gambling bill is underway in Montgomery, the Republican Party in Alabama's most populous county is making its opposition to the gambling effort known.
The Alabama Association of the Boards of Registrars opposes legislation giving registrars pay raises due to concerns about the bill possibly mandating racial quotas on county boards of registrars.
Legislation changing how the Alabama Department of Archives and History’s Board of Trustees is appointed advanced out of the Senate County and Municipal Government committee on Tuesday.
U.S. House Republicans voted Tuesday to impeach Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas over his mishandling of the illegal immigrant crisis at the southern border.
Legislation increasing penalties on ballot harvesting in Alabama passed the State Senate on Tuesday by a 27-8 margin along party lines.
There are two loopholes in a proposed gaming bill that open the possibility of a casino in Baldwin County, despite years of denial from the Poarch Band of Creek Indians (PCI) to bring a casino to OWA Parks & Resort in Foley.