A federal fight over coal ash contamination has environmental groups raising concerns over toxic materials coming from Alabama Power plants ending up in the ground and waterways.
The North Alabama Conference of the United Methodist Church’s Board of Pension and Health Benefits approved an investment on Thursday in Birmingham-Southern College for $2.5 million in support of the College’s efforts to remain open as it continues to secure funds for its permanent endowment.
Thursday night was Alabama Symphony Orchestra conductor Daniel Cho’s first time drinking beer while performing, he said.
If you would like to travel the world but lack the time and money, you can visit 70 countries without leaving Alabama.
Decatur Police Chief Todd Pinion said the internal investigation into the death of Steve Perkins has been completed.
State Rep. Kenneth Paschal (R-Pelham) is asking Alabamians to use the Veterans Day weekend as a reminder to check on their veteran friends and family.
In light of the recent terror attacks by Hamas on Israel, Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall has asked the Biden administration to revoke the visas for students who have endorsed terror activity or provided material support to foreign terrorist organizations.
The city of Mobile has narrowed down names for its first fully electric garbage truck.
Two cannabis companies appealed a ruling in Montgomery County Circuit Court last week that allowed the Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission (AMCC) to consider scoring evaluations its used previously for a third time to award cannabis licenses in December.
House Minority Leader Anthony Daniels (D-Huntsville) announced Thursday his candidacy for Alabama’s new Congressional District 2.
A group of veterans who also serve as national security experts with the Heritage Foundation gave their support to U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville’s battle over a Department of Defense policy that aids female soldiers in obtaining abortions.
The co-captain of Montgomery’s Harriott II involved in a brawl in Montgomery's Riverfront Park that got national media coverage in August has not been charged with assault.
State Rep. Juandalynn Givan (D-Birmingham) will announce she’s running for Alabama’s new Congressional District 2 on Friday.
During a roundtable addressing the rise of anti-Semitism on college campuses held by the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions, U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) condemned anti-Semitism and read aloud a statement from Auburn head basketball coach Bruce Pearl.
Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall applauded a federal court on Thursday for denying relief in a 2005 murder case involving a Radio Shack employee in Birmingham.
Alabama House Speaker Nathaniel Ledbetter (R-Rainsville) was in south Alabama Wednesday to honor veterans and give a legislative update.
The Republican National Committee announced on Thursday it had selected NewsNation, "The Megyn Kelly Show" on SiriusXM, the Washington Free Beacon and Rumble as partners for the fourth Republican presidential primary debate, which will take place in Tuscaloosa on December 6.
The eyes of the country music world, and thousands of others who do not normally watch, experienced an unusual and moving musical celebration of the life of the late Jimmy Buffett.
When delegates from Alabama’s Southern Baptist churches, called “messengers,” gather in Montgomery November 14-15, it will start as a celebration, a birthday party.
The co-captain of Montgomery’s Harriott II involved in a brawl in Montgomery's Riverfront Park that got national media coverage in August has been charged with assault.
The Biden administration sent letters to various red state governors in September alleging land-grant historically black colleges and universities have been underfunded over the last 30 years compared to predominantly white land grant institutions.
Members of Gov. Kay Ivey’s Study Group on Efficiency in State Government recommended creating a new state agency to house occupational licensing boards and commissions on Tuesday.
Gov. Kay Ivey set the execution date for Kenneth Eugene Smith, who could be Alabama’s first death row inmate to be executed by nitrogen hypoxia.
Auburn University’s Turning Point USA (TPUSA) chapter will welcome former U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary and American Cornerstone Institute Founder Dr. Ben Carson on Thursday.
Governor Kay Ivey issued a statewide drought emergency declaration Wednesday, meaning no outdoor burning will be allowed.