Willie L. Phillips, Jr. is the only person from Alabama to chair the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).
Demopolis is the best spot for a new Alabama School of Healthcare Sciences, according to a feasibility study released this week.
A new bill introduced in the Alabama Legislature would make it illegal for church clergy to have sexual interactions with children and teens under 19 years old.
Last week, during a press conference unveiling a comprehensive gambling bill and constitutional amendment, State Reps. Chris Blackshear (R-Phenix City), Andy Whitt (R-Harvest), Sam Jones (D-Mobile) and State Sen. Greg Albritton (R-Atmore) touted polling data from KAConsulting showing broad support for their effort.
The ninth annual 'Firearms Freedom Conference' will be on Saturday, February 24 at the Doster Center in Prattville.
Alabama’s Baptist leadership has come out in opposition to the proposed gambling legislation currently being considered by Alabama lawmakers.
As comprehensive gambling gains momentum in the Alabama House of Representatives, the chances of a bill passing the Senate remain uncertain.
There’s a new favorite spot for visitors to the USS Alabama Battleship to pose for their photos – an airplane donated by Mobile’s own Jimmy Buffett.
The fallout from Special Counsel Robert Hur’s report on President Joe Biden’s handling of classified documents continued Friday with U.S. Rep. Gary Palmer requesting the full recordings of interviews with the president to be released.
During an appearance on Friday's broadcast of Alabama Public Television's "Capitol Journal," Alabama Farmers Federation (ALFA) director of external affairs Brian Hardin questioned lawmakers' desire to expand gambling statewide.
Huntsville's Fantasy Playhouse is presenting an original scientific fantasy for kids on February 22 to 25 called "Rapunzel and the Beanstalk."
Mobile’s Dent Boykin has become Alabama’s unofficial "Pundit Laureate." He posts one to five (sometimes more) funnies a day. Rarely does a day go by that his followers aren’t entertained by a "Boykinism."
The Archbishop of the Mobile Catholic Archdiocese, Thomas Rodi, says he will submit his offer of retirement in March. Rodi will turn 75 years old on March 27, and that is the required age to submit an offer of retirement to the Pope.
The Prattville-Autauga Library board recently passed a series of policies on Thursday regulating policies for ordering and placing “obscene” books in the local library.
Many power customers in Alabama are experiencing high power bills with some more than doubling in January.
Marco Antonio Perez, 24, of Theodore, was sentenced to death for the capital murder of Mobile Police officer Sean Tuder.
Birmingham Zoo wants to know your child’s pronouns
A Huntsville attorney started a movement on Friday to return the Ten Commandments monument to the Alabama Judicial Building.
PCI is requesting amendments to both the constitutional amendment (HB151) and the enabling legislation (HB152) and asking members to oppose the legislation if the amendments are not added.
The first week of the 2024 legislative session passed without House Speaker Nathaniel Ledbetter (R-Rainsville) engaging in his traditional period of addressing the media on his priorities and expectations during the coming months.
University of Alabama System Chancellor Finis “Fess” St. John IV is stepping down from his current role to serve as the inaugural executive director of the Shelby Institute for Policy and Leadership at the University of Alabama, starting in April.
The Alabama Senate passed legislation requiring public schools to post information about teaching materials and curriculum online on Thursday.
The Eastern Shore Republican Women (ESRW) hosted the two candidates for Alabama’s newly drawn first congressional district on Thursday for its monthly luncheon.
As the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Thursday in the case for removing Donald Trump from the 2024 ballot, U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) stood outside in support of the former president.
'Rhapsody in Blue' is 100 years old. The state of Alabama is honored to have its birthday celebration in Birmingham at the Alys Stephens Center on February 10 and February 11.
Marco Antonio Perez, 24, of Theodore, was found guilty of capital murder for the 2019 shooting death of Mobile Police officer Sean Tuder.
The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency issued an Amber Alert Thursday for one-year-old Prince Burge out of Decatur.