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.
Lieutenant Governor Will Ainsworth announced on Friday that almost $179 million has been officially awarded to 327 K-12 public schools across the state that submitted applications and demonstrated a need for capital improvements in their facilities.
Alabama’s labor force participation rate and unemployment both increased in October from previous months, but only slightly.
It could be a homecoming of sorts for former Limestone County Sheriff Mike Blakely.
Since the October 7 terrorist attacks by Hamas, the non-profit's founder and CEO Heather Johnston said the mission of supporting Israel has become more critical.
At the board meeting for the Alabama Public Library Service (APLS), board members criticized lawmakers and Gov. Kay Ivey for suggesting cutting funding to libraries that fail to adopt sensible policies regarding sexually explicit books made available to minors.
Legislators and state officials have begun deliberations over how to spend hundreds of millions of dollars the state of Alabama has received in litigation settlements with pharmaceutical companies.
The man sentenced to death in a 1993 deadly home invasion was executed Thursday night.
U.S. Rep. Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) criticized the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) on Thursday after the federal agency failed its sixth audit in a row.
The Alabama Public Library Service recently voted to delay the anticipated vote to disassociate the agency from the American Library Association.
A Mobile County grand jury came back with a no bill in the investigation into the death of Jawan Dallas, a man who died after being arrested by Mobile Police.
The Alabama Securities Commission filed a cease and desist administrative order against GS Partners Global, a company that sells MetaCertificates to prospective customers.
When Republican voters go to the polls in Alabama’s March 5 primary, they may be surprised to find nine candidates running for president. They may also be surprised that they are not familiar with some of the names.
Tarrant Mayor Wayman Newton has put the city’s police chief on administrative leave and filed a complaint in court following a shootout on Interstate 59.
On Tuesday, the U.S. Senate rules committee passed a measure to bypass U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville's (R-Auburn) military promotions hold by allowing them to be approved in one bulk vote.
A group of neoconservatives sided with Democrats on Wednesday night to challenge U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville’s (R-Auburn) hold on mass military nominations over the Department of Defense over its abortion policy.
The U.S. Senate on Wednesday passed a continuing resolution to fund the federal government through early next year.
Smith Warren Management Services resumed providing administrative services to Alabama’s Board of Massage Therapy on Wednesday.
After a record-breaking year in 2022, homicides are down in Birmingham compared to this time last year, according to police.
Alabama GOP chairman and Alabama Public Library Service Board member John Wahl announced on Wednesday his plans to motion for the board to officially disaffiliate from the American Library Association.
The man convicted in the shooting death of Moody Police Lt. Stephen Williams in 2020 was sentenced to death Wednesday.