The 100th birthday of Hank Williams will be celebrated this month in Montgomery with a three-day concert event and memorial service.
District 1 Councilman Devyn Keith was recently forced to cease renting out rooms at his home in north Huntsville, according to reports, since it was in violation of city ordinances against short-term rental properties. But the inactive listing on Airbnb still offers a glimpse into the lifestyle and mind of one of the city's notable officials.
The celebration launch of the Alabama Emerald Coast Conference of the Global Methodist Church kicked off in Montgomery on Friday.
Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) announced in August it was seeking a new warehouse and central office for its operations.
A new report sheds light on what the Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) called a “security incident” last month, which involved a prisoner with a gun who may have taken guards hostage.
Alabama has become the first Republican-led state to have one of its municipalities reinstitute mask mandates over fears of a COVID resurgence.
Claremont Institute’s senior director of State Coalitions Scott Yenor joined First Things Magazine’s Mark Bauerlein to discuss a recent study detailing diversity, equity and inclusion programs at Auburn University and the University of Alabama.
The Lanett Police chief said two officers have been fired following multiple charges against them.
The man who buried the body of a Trussville woman in 2019 made a plea deal and will serve three years behind bars.
Legislation that would place many state occupational licensing boards under one state office will be tried again in the 2024 legislative session, according to State Sen. Chris Elliott (R-Josephine).
Two legislators on opposite sides of an ongoing battle over the future of the West Alabama Corridor project delayed all Alabama Department of Transportation contracts being considered at a committee meeting on Thursday afternoon.
While talking about needed infrastructure projects in Alabama Thursday on FM Talk 1065’s “The Jeff Poor Show,” Lt. Governor Will Ainsworth claimed that Alabama Department of Transportation director John Cooper has threatened lawmakers who are pushing for a project on Interstate 65.
U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) accompanied Sen. J.D. Vance (R-Ohio) on Thursday in support of his effort to prevent the federal government from mandating masks in the future.
Alabama Public Library Service board member and Alabama GOP chair John Wahl intends to introduce a proposal to address statewide concern with sexually explicit library books for minors.
U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) has been under constant fire for his continued holds on military confirmations over the Department of Defense’s rule on funding certain costs for out-of-state abortions for service members and their dependents.
The mother of a young girl who died in a crash on July 22 has been charged with reckless murder and felony attempting to elude.
CEO of the Retirement Systems of Alabama David Bronner recently leveraged the RSA’s newsletter to advocate against education savings accounts, which he claimed would jeopardize public schools and leave private schools unaccountable.
The Orange Beach Police Department is investigating two deaths in the 2400 block of Perdido Beach Boulevard.
Despite the Ivey administration's best efforts, the so-called West Alabama Corridor that would complete a four-lane route between Mobile and Tuscaloosa with a price tag approaching $1 billion remains a controversial use of public dollars.
They were for it. Then they reconsidered it. Then they delayed a vote on declaring September as American Christian Heritage Month until their next meeting in two weeks.
It appears that there will be no resolution to the ongoing legal saga between the Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission (AMCC) and companies that weren’t awarded a license in previous commission meetings over the summer.
The mayor of Foley says he agrees with Gov. Kay Ivey after she wrote a letter questioning Alabama Public Library Service (APLS) director Nancy Pack. Ivey listed nine questions about inappropriate books being made available to children and teens across the state and how the process works in the state.
The president of the Faith, Family, Freedom Coalition of Metro Mobile, Dr. Scott Catino, spoke this week to the Mobile City Council about his concerns with woke policy and the indirect impact those policies can have on residents.
The City of Orange Beach gets 30 cents per car that travels across the Intercoastal Waterway via the Beach Express toll bridge. The fact that the city gets money from the toll has been a talking point for those supporting a new taxpayer-paid bridge nearby.
U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) recently said his proposed Name, Image and Likeness legislation will help defend women’s sports in Universities nationwide.
U.S. Rep. Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) accused Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas of lying under oath, citing comments made by the bureaucrat to the House Judiciary Committee about the border.
The Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression and College Pulse released the fourth annual College Free Speech Rankings, ranking the free speech cultures of 248 of America’s largest and most prestigious campuses in order from best (Michigan Technological University) to worst (Harvard University) on Tuesday.