Businesswoman and celebrity Paris Hilton thanked U.S. Sens. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) and Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) and other lawmakers on Monday for co-sponsoring a bill that, if passed, would reform the juvenile justice system and foster care.
The Mobile City Council Tuesday delayed a vote changing the police department’s video footage policy due to the need for more discussion.
Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall agreed to pay a requested $515,000 bill from court-appointed special master, Richard Allen, for fees and expenses related to drawing congressional redistricting maps in October for the 2024 election.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) sent a letter to the Baldwin County School system after a social media post by Foley High School showed a student-made “prayer mirror” in the girls’ bathroom.
The Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission (AMCC) and multiple cannabis companies who have unsuccessfully sought a cannabis business license might have reached a settlement in multiple lawsuits.
Alabama GOP chairman and Alabama Public Library Service Board member John Wahl recently praised Gov. Kay Ivey for her attentiveness and recommendations for the state library board to address sexually explicit library books.
Earlier this month, the Argo Police Department was working to track down a suspect and sought public help by posting information online. Before he knew it, Chief Alan Busler said people from the community were volunteering to take matters into their own hands.
Decatur Mayor Tab Bowling released a statement Monday in response to the shooting death of a man killed during an interaction with police.
State Rep. Susan DuBose (R-Hoover) announced on Monday she will co-host a “Girls Day At The Capitol” event on Monday, December 18.
Alabama Congressional District 5 candidate Daniel Boman may have issues with the Alabama Republican Party in addition to his legal trouble.
Historical events from 163 years ago in Alabama were featured on Sunday's CBS's "60 Minutes."
The man charged in the 2019 crash that took the life of the voice of the Auburn Tigers Rod Bramblett and his wife Paula pleaded guilty last week to child porn charges.
An Alabama man is leading a campaign to remove the board of directors at Alabama Farm Credit alleging the lender is guilty of corruption, conflicts of interest and extortion.
The Alabama Supreme Court agreed last Friday to hear oral arguments in Harvest Church’s lawsuit against the United Methodist Church.
The Mobile City Council will vote Tuesday on a change to the police department’s policy on video footage from body-worn cameras and dashcams.
Three homicides occurred within 12 hours of each other on Saturday in West Birmingham, each inside the same five-mile radius.
U.S. Rep. Dale Strong (R-Huntsville) has come out against the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) decision to move Jackson County from the Huntsville Designated Media Market Area (DMA) and into the Chattanooga, Tenn. DMA.
Kids to Love, a non-profit that supports foster children in Alabama, is holding its annual Christmas for Kids ornaments program.
A new $50 million resort-style hotel is coming to Foley in 2025.
Alabama stargazers should be able to see the Leonid meteor showers this year—God’s own fireworks.
Almost 10 months after former President Jimmy Carter, 99, went into at-home hospice care, his wife Rosalynn, 96, joined him.
U.S. Rep. Robert Aderholt introduced a bill this week cutting spending by almost 30% and limiting funding for what he called “controversial grantees.”
The City of Foley is completing a project to turn portions of the Bon Secour River headwater into a municipal wetland reserve.
Former Auburn basketball player Gary Godfrey and former Alabama running back Kerry Goode teamed up at the Alabama State Capitol on Thursday to kick off the second annual “Kerry & Gary Challenge to Defeat ALS.”
U.S. Sens. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) and Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) are demanding from the Biden Administration over a recent rule to refuse export licenses for civilian firearms and equipment.
There’s a new, healthy eating and coffee option in Baldwin County and the warm, welcoming vibe is bringing people together for fellowship and productivity. Press & Co., in Daphne, opened in August and has since focused on community and nutrition.