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Right-to-work group labels UAW president Shawn Fain ‘America’s latest election denier’

The Center for Union Facts slammed United Auto Workers president Shawn Fain as “America’s latest election denier” in a full-page ad in the New York Times on Thursday.

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Katie Britt: The left is 'now effectively doing' the Iranian Ayatollah's work for him

During a Thursday interview on Huntsville WVNN radio's "The Dale Jackson Show," U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) accused the left of "effectively doing Iran's work for them."

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Record boating under the influence arrests on Memorial Day weekend; Six traffic fatalities, one boating fatality, ALEA says

Troopers investigated six traffic fatalities and one boating fatality.

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Alabama students dominate Eastern National Archery Tournament

Archery bullseye for Alabama students. Three school teams from Alabama and six individual archers placed in the top 10. One perfect score.

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Alabama’s hands-free law goes into effect June 1: What you can and can't do and how it will be enforced

The Alabama Department of Transportation hopes a new "hands-free" law will help drivers be less distracted on the road.

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Huntsville native’s investment in Preakness Stakes winner Seize the Grey pays off

Emma Michele Lucas, a Huntsville native and University of Kentucky student, got a good start to her summer break at the Preakness Stakes in Baltimore on May 18.

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State Rep. Ingram proposes state intervention for failing municipal police departments

During an appearance on Wednesday's broadcast of Mobile radio FM Talk 106.5's "The Jeff Poor Show," Ingram laid out his vision for how the law, if enacted, could work.

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Jamie Mills appeals to SCOTUS to halt Thursday execution; State rejects claims of prosecutorial misconduct

Convicted double-murderer Jamie Ray Mills appeals to the Supreme Court of the United States in an attempt to halt his execution scheduled to take place tonight.

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Sixth-grader from Enterprise makes quarterfinals of National Spelling Bee

11-year-old Ayden Nguyen of Enterprise made it to the quarterfinals in the National Spelling Bee.

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Christians plan gathering in downtown Fairhope ahead of pride festival

A group of Christians are planning a gathering on Saturday preceding the Color Fairhope with Pride Festival. The Baldwin County County Conservative Coalition and the Baldwin County Pastor’s Group will host the second annual Faith Family Freedom Fest.

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Shomari Figures gets 'Red to Blue' DCCC funding in tight AL-2 race

Shomari Figures will get help from the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee in a close race to represent the newly redrawn second congressional district. 

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Tuberville, Britt back legislation to repeal Biden admin emissions tax — 'Joe Biden has waged war on American energy'

U.S. Sens. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) and Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) recently joined in introducing legislation to repeal the Natural Gas Tax included in the Biden administration’s Inflation Reduction Act.

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'Legal art' in Alabama Judicial Building: Supreme Court Chief Justice Tom Parker’s bust of Blackstone

Bust of foundational jurist William Blackstone placed by Chief Justice Tom Parker in Alabama Judicial Building.

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Birmingham law firm hired to investigate allegations by former Mobile police chief

The Mobile City Council officially hired a Birmingham law firm to investigate allegations made by former police chief Paul Prine.

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City of Hoover buries Certificate of Need meeting notice as first day proceedings include blackmail, intimidation accusations

The press release arrived at 6:52 p.m. on Memorial Day; its subject line was “The City of Hoover to Participate in CON Hearings Starting Tomorrow.” 

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Last-minute efforts underway to halt Thursday execution of convicted double-murderer Jamie Mills after 11th Circuit rejects appeal

An advocacy group has sent a petition to Gov. Kay Ivey in an attempt to halt the scheduled Thursday execution of convicted double murderer Jamie Ray Mills after an appeals court declined Tuesday to stay his execution.

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Biden's NLRB ‘has potentially given the UAW a back-door way to overturn’ the Mercedes election warns labor policy expert

The United Auto Workers (UAW) asked the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) last week for a new union vote at two Mercedes-Benz factories in Alabama.

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Former stray dog in Mobile selected for National Disaster Search Dog Foundation

"Red," former stray dog in Mobile, has been chosen for the National Disaster Search Dog Foundation.

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State Rep. Simpson: 'I'm tired of the people in Montgomery telling people that aren't in Montgomery how to do their life and how to live'

State Rep. Matt Simpson (R-Daphne) visited the Common Sense Campaign on Tuesday to recap victories and failures of the 2024 legislative session.

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Have a song idea? 'Songwriting for Non-Songwriters' workshop June 1-2 at Dauphin Island

Do you have a song idea in your head, but it hasn’t gotten much farther than that? The two-day workshop, "Songwriting for Non-Songwriters" may be for you.

Daphne quadruple homicide suspect indicted in death of family members, friend

Jared Tarant Smith-Bracy, the man charged with capital murder in the February 22 murders of four people in Daphne, was indicted by a grand jury during its May session.

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Baldwin County Library Cooperative fires entire staff; Commission investigating 'very rogue' actions

The Baldwin County Commission is investigating the firing of the entire Baldwin County Library Cooperative (BCLC) staff.

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Britt, Senate colleagues continue push to pass Laken Riley Act

U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) is continuing to push for Senate Democrats to allow a vote on bipartisan legislation that would mandate the deportation of illegal aliens who commit certain crimes.

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AG Marshall asks court to uphold 2022 transgender surgery ban law — ‘Heartbreaking instances of regret and detransition are occurring’

Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall filed a motion for summary judgment on Monday in a lawsuit brought by liberal groups against the state of Alabama's transgender surgery ban.

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Montgomery leaders play the blame game as community outrage over crime grows

Leaders in Montgomery are continuing to pass the buck as residents express displeasure with how the City handles crime after a suspect in a shooting that paralyzed an innocent woman swiftly made bail after his arrest.  

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Alabama Ethics Commission’s website goes dark on Tuesday morning

The Alabama Ethics Commission’s website was unusable on Tuesday for an unknown reason.

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Man falls into Logan Martin Lake, drowns while trying to help dock pontoon boat

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency’s Marine Patrol division and several other agencies worked late into the night after a man drowned while attempting to help dock a pontoon boat.

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