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Last-minute efforts underway to halt Thursday execution of convicted double-murderer Jamie Mills after 11th Circuit rejects appeal

An advocacy group has sent a petition to Gov. Kay Ivey in an attempt to halt the scheduled Thursday execution of convicted double murderer Jamie Ray Mills after an appeals court declined Tuesday to stay his execution.

UAW Alabama News
Biden's NLRB ‘has potentially given the UAW a back-door way to overturn’ the Mercedes election warns labor policy expert

The United Auto Workers (UAW) asked the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) last week for a new union vote at two Mercedes-Benz factories in Alabama.

Red the dog Alabama News
Former stray dog in Mobile selected for National Disaster Search Dog Foundation

"Red," former stray dog in Mobile, has been chosen for the National Disaster Search Dog Foundation.

State Rep Matt Simpson Alabama News
State Rep. Simpson: 'I'm tired of the people in Montgomery telling people that aren't in Montgomery how to do their life and how to live'

State Rep. Matt Simpson (R-Daphne) visited the Common Sense Campaign on Tuesday to recap victories and failures of the 2024 legislative session.

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Daphne quadruple homicide suspect indicted in death of family members, friend

Jared Tarant Smith-Bracy, the man charged with capital murder in the February 22 murders of four people in Daphne, was indicted by a grand jury during its May session.

Songwriter Alabama News
Have a song idea? 'Songwriting for Non-Songwriters' workshop June 1-2 at Dauphin Island

Do you have a song idea in your head, but it hasn’t gotten much farther than that? The two-day workshop, "Songwriting for Non-Songwriters" may be for you.

Baldwin County Library Cooperative Alabama News
Baldwin County Library Cooperative fires entire staff; Commission investigating 'very rogue' actions

The Baldwin County Commission is investigating the firing of the entire Baldwin County Library Cooperative (BCLC) staff.

Katie Britt Alabama News
Britt, Senate colleagues continue push to pass Laken Riley Act

U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) is continuing to push for Senate Democrats to allow a vote on bipartisan legislation that would mandate the deportation of illegal aliens who commit certain crimes.

Steve Marshall Alabama News
AG Marshall asks court to uphold 2022 transgender surgery ban law — ‘Heartbreaking instances of regret and detransition are occurring’

Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall filed a motion for summary judgment on Monday in a lawsuit brought by liberal groups against the state of Alabama's transgender surgery ban.

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Montgomery leaders play the blame game as community outrage over crime grows

Leaders in Montgomery are continuing to pass the buck as residents express displeasure with how the City handles crime after a suspect in a shooting that paralyzed an innocent woman swiftly made bail after his arrest.  

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Alabama Ethics Commission’s website goes dark on Tuesday morning

The Alabama Ethics Commission’s website was unusable on Tuesday for an unknown reason.

ALEA Marine Patrol Alabama News
Man falls into Logan Martin Lake, drowns while trying to help dock pontoon boat

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency’s Marine Patrol division and several other agencies worked late into the night after a man drowned while attempting to help dock a pontoon boat.

Universitiyclub Alabama News
Historic University Club now open in Tuscaloosa

"University Club" now open in Tuscaloosa for public dining and groups.

Russell Bedsole Alabama News
State Rep. Bedsole on Montgomery mayor CoS's gun violence rant: 'My District has the same gun laws with not even a fraction of the gun violence'

A Republican lawmaker pushed back against Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed’s chief of staff Chip Hill’s prolonged weekend gun-violence screed in which he both denied the existence of rampant crime in Montgomery and blamed the violence on Alabama’s gun laws.

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Permanent gag order issued in case of officer-involved shooting death of Stephen Perkins following video release

Morgan County Circuit Judge Charles Elliott issued a permanent gag order in the case of Mac Bailey Marquette, a Decatur police officer charged with murder in the death of Stephen Perkins.

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Birmingham’s Vulcan Materials rejects Mexico's offer for property buyout

Vulcan Materials of Birmingham rejects a demand by Mexico for its assets there.

dead fish Alabama News
Department of Public Health issues fish consumption advisory restricting 19 locations

The Alabama Department of Public Health published a lengthy advisory in May 2024 for consumers of fish in Alabama.

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Self-proclaimed citizen journalist YouTubers cause 'commotion' attempting to 'root out tyranny' at local governments

A pair of YouTubers have been causing a stir at local government buildings in Alabama.

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Tip Tops rock start Alabama’s summer in Fairhope on Friday

The Tip Tops kick off summer on May 31 in Fairhope. A walk down memory lane.

State Sen. Chris Elliott Alabama News
State Sen. Elliott still 'adamantly opposed' on Medicaid expansion — 'They tried to sneak it in with the gambling legislation'

There have recently been rumblings that Gov. Kay Ivey is considering expanding Alabama's Medicaid eligibility. This would mean a difficult choice for the Alabama Legislature: oppose the Governor with the possibility of political consequences or put the state's stable general fund budget in peril.

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Alabama’s ‘Free Fishing Day’ June 8 — No license required

On Saturday, June 8, you do not need a fishing license to fish in Alabama.

Reed Ingram, Chip Hill Alabama News
'I don’t think that constitutional carry has had a bearing on crime': State Rep. Ingram, Montgomery mayor's office at odds over Alabama gun laws

State Rep. Reed Ingram (R-Pike Road) took aim at Montgomery Mayor Steve Reed and other Montgomery leadership, announcing plans to file legislation allowing the state to appoint a police chief if a municipality’s crime rate exceeds a certain level.

Memorial Day Alabama News
'It’s a time to reflect on the sacrifices that have been made for all of our freedom': Alabama leaders highlight Memorial Day

While folks nationwide prepare for a long Memorial Day weekend, Alabama’s political leaders are ensuring citizens remember the sacrifices made by American servicemembers who gave us the long weekend. 

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Tuberville honors fallen Alabama servicemen from Senate floor in Memorial Day presentation

U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) recently paid homage to two fallen Alabama servicemen in a Memorial Day Tribute from the floor of the U.S. Senate.

Quest club Alabama News
Second victim shot at The Quest Club in Birmingham dies from injuries

The second person shot at The Quest Club in Birmingham has succumbed to his injuries, police said Sunday.

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Sarah Palin spotted at Marshall County BBQ joint

Residents of north Alabama were delighted to see former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin visit over Memorial Day weekend.

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Alabama woman honors late husband, fallen Army Ranger Cpt. Kyle Comfort —'He was just one of a kind'

Her husband, the love of her life, U.S. Army Ranger Cpt. Kyle Comfort, had made the ultimate sacrifice for his country

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