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AG Marshall asks Judge Griffin to reconsider special master appointment in Mabel Amos Memorial Fund lawsuit

Montgomery County Circuit Judge Greg Griffin should reverse a recent decision to appoint a special master and certified public accountant in the Mabel Amos Memorial Fund lawsuit, according to a filing by the Alabama Attorney General’s Office on Tuesday.

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U.S. Sen. Tim Scott’s name remains on Alabama March 5 presidential ballot despite ‘suspension’

On the November 10 deadline for qualifying to run for president in Alabama’s March 5 Republican primary, one of the nine who qualified was U.S. Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C). Two days later, he announced he was “suspending” his campaign.

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Birmingham Fraternal Order of Police urges city to implement take-home car program for law enforcement

The Birmingham Fraternal Order of Police is working with the city to implement a take-home car program for the Birmingham Police Department, which it hopes will reduce crime and retain officers.

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'He was always with me': $1,000 reward offered for missing 'Tiger Jake'

Tiger Jake, an Auburn football legend in his own right, is missing and his owner is desperately searching.

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Etowah County GOP passes resolution condemning 'obscene' library books for children and minors

The Etowah County Republican Party recently joined the growing list of local Republican chapters passing resolutions condemning state libraries' inclusion of sexually explicit books in public libraries.

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Kids to Love gains support from thousands; Still no word from Ivey

Kids to Love is gaining support amid a lawsuit and letter to Governor Kay Ivey concerning issues with the Alabama Department of Human Resources.

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AG Marshall promotes bill to combat border crisis; Doubles down on call to revoke student visas for supporting terrorist groups

Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall spoke at the Cullman County Republican Women's Dinner on Tuesday where discussed the ongoing crisis at the southern border and conflict in Israel.

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State Sen. Jones: 'I hope a future where we’re at 0% for grocery taxes is on the way'

Members of the Joint Study Commission on Grocery Taxation met on Tuesday for their first meeting of the quadrennium to begin considering the feasibility of eliminating the state’s sales tax on groceries.

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‘Miracle-on-the-Hudson’ pilot Sullenberger to speak in Mobile November 30

The 72-year-old, now the U.S. Ambassador to the International Civil Aviation Organization, is the keynote speaker for Mobile’s Hargrove Foundation at their annual dinner.

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Alabama officials seeking input from grandparents raising grandchildren as state commission studies ways to assist

Alabama officials are looking to hear from grandparents raising grandchildren in the state as a recently formed commission continues to study how the state can assist grandparents and others raising family members.

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AG Marshall sends letter to local officials to reinforce terms of $300 million in opioid settlement funds

Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall sent a letter to municipal leaders around the state on Monday to explain how they are allowed to use the approximately $300 million in opioid settlement money to be paid over several years.

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Former DeKalb County soccer coach sentenced in sex with student case

Former Crossville High School soccer coach Issac Hunter Dismuke was sentenced to 10 years in prison with 18 months to serve, after pleading guilty to one count of a school employee having sexual contact with a student under 19.

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Rock the South producers launch new ‘Rock the Country’ festival; Star studded lineup coming to Mobile in June

The producers of the legendary three-day country festival Rock the South are bringing country music across the nation.

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Weatherman James Spann off air for emergency surgery; Forecast for complete recovery this week

When most TV or radio weather personalities are not on the air as scheduled, not many folks notice. That is not the case when the meteorologist is Alabama’s James Spann.

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Enterprise grad one of five U.S. Special Operations soldiers killed in tragic training accident near Cyprus

Five of the Army’s most elite aviators and crew from the 160th SOAR recently perished in a helicopter training accident over the Mediterranean Sea, according to the Department of Defense.

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Alabama woman leading group in Washington March for Israel

A group from Alabama is among the thousands in Washington, D.C. Tuesday for the March for Israel.

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Muscle Shoals officials blocked Chinese Communist Party-linked EV manufacturer from locating in Alabama: Report

An electric vehicle manufacturer with alleged ties to the Chinese Communist Party tried to locate in Alabama before local economic development officials turned down the project over national security concerns.

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Montgomery Judge dismisses lawsuit from Methodist churches seeking to disaffiliate with UMC, 'hopeful' for Supreme Court appeal

A Montgomery County Circuit Court Judge recently dismissed a lawsuit brought by 45 Alabama Methodist churches seeking a vote to disaffiliate with the United Methodist Church and retain church property amidst nationwide turmoil within the denomination.

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Clean Up Alabama claims state library director Nancy Pack plans to rejoin American Library Association in June after previously pledging to disaffiliate

The state organization behind challenging sexually explicit library books is calling for the resignation of Alabama Public Library Service (APLS) director Nancy Pack after Pack allegedly proposed to renege on APLS’s pledge to disaffiliate from the American Library Association (ALA).

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City of Mobile makes immediate changes to police policy after shooting of 16-year-old

The Mobile Police Department released information after a deadly incident involving officers early Monday and Mayor Sandy Stimpson announced immediate changes to the department’s policies and procedures.

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U.S. Reps. Rogers, Strong vote to fund FBI's new $300 million HQ; Whistleblower decries Republicans in support of agency — 'Soulless demons. Go to hell'

After several Republicans and Democrats voted against an amendment that would’ve prohibited funds for a new FBI headquarters in the Financial Services and General Government Appropriations (FSGGA) bill, one former whistleblower has dubbed the Republicans in question “soulless demons.” 

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Former Auburn quarterback Nick Marshall arrested in Georgia

Former Auburn Tigers quarterback Nick Marshall, who led the team to contend for the National Championship during the 2013 season, has been arrested and charged with possessing a “sawed-off shotgun, sawed-off rifle, dangerous weapon or silencer.” 

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Dale Strong announces support for Mayorkas impeachment resolution — 'He must go'

U.S. Rep. Dale Strong (R-Hunstville) is joining South Alabama U.S. Rep. Jerry Carl (R-Mobile) by supporting a privileged resolution calling for the impeachment of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas for his failure to secure the U.S.-Mexico border.

Guns Alabama Alabama News
‘We dare defend our rights’ and our households: Alabamians locked and loaded

“Who’s going to protect you? The police are minutes away when you’ve got seconds.”

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Man accused of hitting, killing Mobile runner turns down plea deal

The man accused of hitting and killing a Mobile runner in September last year turned down a plea deal, according to court records.

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Fox News Channel's Kilmeade to hold book signing in Fairhope

Booker T. Washington was the founding president of Alabama’s Tuskegee Institute, now a university, and headed it for 30 years until he died in 1915.

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Judicial Inquiry Commission chairman Billy Bedsole dies

Bedsole was a graduate of the University of Alabama Law School. He was admitted to the bar association in 1963 during the Kennedy administration.

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