Marco Antonio Perez, 24, of Theodore, was found guilty of capital murder for the 2019 shooting death of Mobile Police officer Sean Tuder.
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.
The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency issued an Amber Alert Thursday for one-year-old Prince Burge out of Decatur.
The Alabama House of Representatives will release two bills publicly that pertain to gambling in Alabama on Thursday. One is a Constitutional Amendment, and the second is the gambling legislation in itself.
State Senate President Pro Tem Greg Reed’s (R-Jasper) “Parents’ Right to Know” bill was approved by the Senate Education Policy Committee on Wednesday.
As the contentious 2024 presidential election looms, Alabama Senate Republicans are hoping to outlaw ballot harvesting in one of the first bills put forward this session.
Members of the Alabama House Gaming Study Group revealed their plan for a comprehensive gaming plan as the push for statewide gambling begins in Montgomery.
The Alabama Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Harvest Church's lawsuit against the United Methodist Church on Wednesday.
Attorney General Steve Marshall will assume the prosecution of Aaron Cody Smith, the former Montgomery police officer convicted of manslaughter who is now seeking a Rule 32 hearing to potentially overturn the conviction.
U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) continued his push for his new bill, the Women in Olympic and Amateur Sports Act Wednesday.
The musical version of 'Little Women' is coming to the Oxford Performing Arts Center (OPAC) this Thursday at 7 p.m.
Gov. Kay Ivey recently appointed Amy Minton, a long-time critic of sexually explicit and age-inappropriate children’s books, to the Alabama Public Library Service.
House and Senate education budget chairs Danny Garrett (R-Trussville) and Arthur Orr (R-Decatur) filed education savings account legislation called the Creating Hope and Opportunity for Our Students’ Education (CHOOSE) Act on Tuesday.
Weeks of inquiries and investigations into Mayorkas’ alleged failure to fulfill his duty in securing the Southern border culminated in an impeachment vote that ended 214-216 against the measure.
New legislation filed by State Sen. Jabo Waggoner (R-Vestavia Hills) on Tuesday would replace Alabama State Treasurer Young Boozer as the administrator of a $30 million loan program designed to bail out Birmingham-Southern College.
Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall’s office said in a recently obtained opinion that the Alabama Public Library Service (APLS) may make funding contingent on specific policies but could not dictate protocols directly to libraries.
The tribute to Ronstadt will be performed at Montgomery’s MPAC on Friday, Feb. 9 at 7:30 p.m. by Tristan McIntosh.
Alabama legislators should pass a constitutional amendment allowing for expanded legalized gambling to appear on the ballot in November, according to Gov. Kay Ivey.
Country music star Toby Keith passed away on Monday at the age of 62 after a battle with stomach cancer.
The former Auburn football coach ripped the Democratic Party for being "totally against gender" and wanting women "to be extinct" by allowing biological males to participate in sports with biological females.
The Eagle Forum of Alabama wants to know, “What is a woman?”
Montgomery Advertiser city editor Joe Azell interviewed Hollywood legend Mae West in her hotel room at the Jefferson Davis Hotel. Just the two of them. She was wearing a negligee of some sort.
A three-day seminar will be in Mobile February 8-10 on rekindling a church. ‘Shepherd’s Summit.’
Monday on FBN's "The Evening Edit," U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) derided the so-called border bill deal brokered between Senate Democrats and U.S. Sen. James Lankford (R-Okla.).
State Sen. April Weaver (R-Brierfield) pre-filed a bill Monday that would add material produced through artificial intelligence (AI) or "deepfake" technology to Alabama's existing statute prohibiting child pornography.