The Mobile City Council unanimously approved a terminal and berthing agreement with Carnival Cruise Line, during its regular meeting Tuesday.
A parent of a Jefferson County student who was suspended earlier this month for pretending his finger was a gun in a game of cops and robbers spoke out on Alabama Unfiltered on NewsTalk 93.1 on Tuesday.
Auburn Police arrested D'Andre Frederick Hartwell, 22, on a warrant charging him with felony second-degree assault on Tuesday.
Members of the Legislative Council approved a resolution to begin negotiating a lease agreement for a new State House with the Retirement Systems of Alabama (RSA) in July.
Several members of Alabama’s congressional delegation came out Tuesday to fully support the impeachment inquiry.
Alabama Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries Rick Pate recently announced his endorsement of Supreme Court Justice Sarah Stewart in her campaign to be Alabama’s next chief justice.
Businessman Robert Lane McCollum announced on Tuesday that he will be seeking the Republican nomination for president of the Public Service Commission in 2024.
A football player for the University of Alabama was arrested on Monday and charged with sexual assault in his home county.
The Alabama Department of Corrections will celebrate the largest correctional officer graduation in years on Thursday. Sixty trainees will graduate from the Alabama Criminal Justice Training Center at Wallace State.
Brenda Palmer, a former interim chief financial officer of Montgomery Public Schools, pleaded guilty on Monday in Montgomery County Circuit Court to two counts of state ethics law violations and two counts of making false statements to investigators.
Alabama likely won’t be successful in appealing a recent decision by a panel of federal judges that struck down a congressional map passed by state lawmakers in July, according to Hans von Spakovsky, a senior legal fellow at the Heritage Foundation.
Candidate qualifications for Alabama’s Republican candidates in the 2024 election cycle will begin in October as the states gear up for several pivotal elections.
Some of the citizens addressing the council wanted books to be reconsidered, while the majority of those in attendance were speaking in support of all books remaining on the shelves.
Entertainment management company Live Nation might be leaving Pelham’s Oak Mountain Amphitheatre for a new venue in downtown Birmingham, but it’s gaining a professional indoor soccer team.
Gov. Kay Ivey recently announced the special election for the currently vacant House District 10 seat after the former officeholder resigned after being arrested on voter fraud charges.
The group that began expressing concern over adult content in children’s books at the Prattville-Autauga Library is displeased with the recent decision by the Autauga County Library Board to require children under 16 to be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
In a civil case involving a company owned by Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) director John Cooper, the defendant has filed for a preliminary injunction to stop Cooper's company and new plaintiffs from keeping the defendant from his property.
Two vacant office buildings in Homewood may soon become living communities for disabled and LGBTQ seniors.
Criminal charges are pending from a fight that left a man and woman unconscious early Sunday morning, according to the Auburn Police.
"This isn’t an Oprah giveaway where she gets to say, ‘You get a car. You get a car. You get a road project. You get a road project.'"
A recent study named one small town in Alabama one of the fastest-growing college towns in the United States, even as enrollment in higher education is declining nationwide.
A viral video of a parking lot brawl near Auburn University has many viewers calling for one of the assailants to be charged with attempted murder.
The Mobile City Council will soon vote on a new terminal and berthing agreement with Carnival Cruise Line.
A lawsuit filed by Katherine Church, a former bar employee, against Phillip McCallum, former Alabama State Bar director, was dismissed recently.
During this week's broadcast of Alabama Public Television's "Capitol Journal," Alabama Public Library Service director Nancy Pack addressed some of the controversies confronting her organization and other libraries around Alabama.
No lives were lost on Alabama waterways during the Labor Day weekend travel period, which was September 1 through September 4. This was the second year in a row that there were no marine-related fatalities on the three major holidays of the summer: Memorial Day, Fourth of July and Labor Day.
Speculation is rampant as to why Gov. Kay Ivey's Alabama Department of Transportation, under the leadership of director John Cooper, is willing to spend in excess of $1 billion of federally unmatched state gas tax revenue on the so-called West Alabama Corridor project.