On Wednesday, the Alabama Legislature approved a bill to prohibit transgender collegiate athletes from competing in sports designed for the opposite sex.
Legislation by State Sen. Dan Roberts (R-Mountain Brook) prohibiting state contracts with businesses that boycott certain sectors of the economy based on environmental, social and governance (ESG) policies passed the House Financial Services Committee on Wednesday.
A bill to require random audits of Alabama elections has cleared House Constitutions, Campaigns, and Elections Committee.
According to Lt. Gov. Will Ainsworth, the Alabama Education Association was working to kill an effort to reduce the state's share of the burden of the grocery tax on consumers.
Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall published an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal on Tuesday criticizing ESG agenda proponents who purport to be defenders of the free market.
The Birmingham Water Works announced a new billing initiative on Tuesday, which it claims will address the utility’s billing issues that customers experienced last year.
The controversial What is a Woman Act, which defines man, woman, boy, girl, father, mother, male, female and sex in the Code of Alabama, passed the House Health Committee on Wednesday, moving it one more step to final passage as the session winds down.
Former gubernatorial candidate Tim James has a unique perspective on the building of a new bridge over the Intercoastal Waterway in Baldwin County.
Members of the Alabama House Ways and Means Education Committee passed legislation that would cut the state’s sales tax on groceries by 2% on Wednesday.
The president of the Alabama State Conference of the NAACP, Bernard Simelton, compared Alabama to Florida as he openly condemned the Alabama Legislature for its efforts to pass a law banning Critical Race Theory and other "divisive concepts" from the classroom.
Carfentanil, also called Wildnil, has been identified in Walker County. The synthetic opioid is nothing new but hasn’t been a top concern for law enforcement until now.
The Alabama Senate passed an expansion of the Alabama Accountability Act tax credit program late Tuesday night after over five hours of filibusters from Democrats and Republicans.
A group of concerned parents and community members gathered in Guntersville Tuesday evening to discuss concerns of racial discrimination within the Guntersville City School system.
The Alabama House of Representatives voted to concur with the amended version of a bill that would prevent Chinese acquisition of Alabama land.
The hotly debated bill designed to crack down on ballot harvesting has passed a Senate committee with amendments after holding a public hearing for critics to voice concerns.
Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall filed a lawsuit against the owner and vice president of a telemarketing company that is responsible for billions of robocalls across the nation.
Gov. Kay Ivey is imploring the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles to deny the release of convicted child murderer Judith Ann Neelley.
An Alabama state representative and member of the Democratic party has been charged with conspiracy and obstruction of justice and will now be resigning from the Alabama Legislature.
Harvest Church in Dothan is currently suing the United Methodist Church over a property dispute after the church announced recently it was disaffiliating from the denomination.
Alabama Supreme Court Justice Jay Mitchell published an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal on Friday expressing concerns about a proposed uniform bar examination due to its commitment to “ensure that diversity, fairness and inclusion pervade … test products and services.”
An online petition has been gaining signatures daily in the ongoing battle of Autauga County residents addressing LGBTQ+ books in the children’s section of the public library.
Pro-abortion nonprofit Planned Parenthood is aggressively advertising on students newspapers at Auburn University and the University of Alabama Birmingham (UAB).
Concerned citizens addressed the Fairhope City Council Monday about the Color Fairhope with Pride 2023 event. The Fairhope residents asked the council to improve the vetting process for events and one man requested the councilmen attend the event in drag.
Saturday evening, The Birmingham Festival Theatre put on a “family friendly drag show” in which performers accepted tips from attendees, many of whom were children.
In a new report, World Atlas identified eight towns in Alabama with the best main streets. Those compiling the list took into consideration local stores and eateries, landscapes, monuments and area attractions.
An attorney representing the city of Montgomery and Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed asked a federal court last week to dismiss a civil lawsuit by former Montgomery Police chief Ernest Finley.
Birmingham Police Department officers had to respond to five shootings in the city over the weekend which resulted in 11 injuries and two deaths, continuing the violent crime epidemic that has been plaguing the city since at least the beginning of 2022.