The U.S. Israel Education Association (USIEA) hosted supporters Tuesday evening in Mobile and Auburn men’s basketball head coach Bruce Pearl served as the speaker.
The Birmingham City Council unanimously voted to enter a $4.5 million funding agreement on Tuesday with PNC Bank to provide for improvements to the historic baseball stadium Rickwood Field.
During an appearance Tuesday on CNN's "The Source," U.S. Rep. Terri Sewell (D-Birmingham) predicted the federal courts would not stop with Alabama's congressional districts regarding the U.S. Supreme Court's break with prior precedent on the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
Tuesday's ruling by a three-federal judge panel deeming Alabama's congressional maps insufficient in creating a second minority-majority congressional district was not a surprise to many, including State House Speaker Nathaniel Ledbetter (R-Rainsville).
The Prattville City Council voted down a resolution on Wednesday to limit sexually explicit books to individuals under 18.
Lt. Gov. Will Ainsworth announced on Tuesday that the application process for a new $179 million grant program for K-12 public schools across the state is open.
Greg Lowery, a candidate in the Republican primary for the House District 16 special election, was removed from the ballot by the Alabama Republican Party last week.
The state of Alabama announced on Tuesday they plan to soon appeal a recent Allen v. Milligan ruling handed down in federal court to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Amidst concerns from some state officials over projected costs, multiple West Alabama mayors met in Thomasville to argue for the value of the West Alabama Corridor on Tuesday.
A popular conservative commentator outed Gov. Kay Ivey for blaming unvaccinated individuals in 2021 for a spike in COVID-19 cases after a report claimed the government hid data on COVID cases among the vaccinated.
Alabama politicians are divided across party lines in their support of condemnation of Tuesday’s 11th Circuit Court decision to bar the state from using the recently crafted congressional map in the 2024 election.
Governor Kay Ivey is demanding answers from Alabama Public Library Service (APLS) director Nancy Pack, whose office has been placed at the center of the statewide debate surrounding sexually explicit library books for minors.
A federal court has ruled that Alabama may not use the recently drawn congressional map in the 2024 election and has assigned a special master and cartographer to draw a new map while the inevitable appeals from Attorney General Steve Marshall play out.
Singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett's untimely death surprised many of his devoted fans.
Local libraries are quickly becoming the latest battleground in today’s culture war, but State Rep. Susan Dubose (R-Hoover) is determined to keep them a safe place for children to study and learn without being exposed to sexually explicit materials.
The Birmingham Police Department is investigating two shootings they believe are related.
“I think a lot of young people are looking for hope. They’re looking for identity, and they’re putting their identity in things that are not Christ. You’re seeing where that’s leading now.”
Attorneys for the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) recently blocked U.S. Assistant Secretary for Health Rachel Levine from being subject to legal discovery as Alabama attorneys defend a state ban on transgender surgeries and hormones for minors.
Reportedly gambling will once again be up in the Alabama Legislature in 2024.
Since she was 14 years old, Caroline Joyous, of Calhoun County has been interested in politics. She got an early start as a political commentator and once had a dream to run for office.
A lawsuit was filed Thursday in Macon County Circuit Court against Brighter Path Tuskegee, previously known as Sequel Tuskegee, its executive director, and other individuals, bringing allegations of continued physical abuse and neglect of a 15-year-old boy at the youth residential facility.
Sunday, during an interview with CNN's "State of the Union," Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo, fresh off her China trip, took a few moments to criticize Alabama's restrictions on elective, on-demand abortions.
Retirement Systems of Alabama (RSA) CEO David Bronner is warning state legislatures against developing education savings accounts, saying it could cut the State Education Fund's revenue by $1 billion annually.
Tourists along the Gulf Coast honored the memory of legendary singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett over the Labor Day weekend following his death Friday.
Lieutenant Gov. Will Ainsworth said last week he was committed to a full repeal of Alabama's share of the grocery tax.
Brilyn Hollyhand, 17, has made his way around the nation meeting and speaking with Republican leaders for nearly six years. He has done multiple interviews on network TV and has made a name for himself.