Fairhope attorney Brian Dasinger, who represents plaintiffs in federal litigation against Mobile shipbuilder Austal USA and Spanish Fort nursing home Westminister Village for not honoring religious vaccine mandate exemption, dismissed the efficacy of the 2021 law.
Environmental groups are suing Alabama Power over the storing of coal ash on the banks of the Mobile River.
Accused criminals in Montgomery County may soon be able to avoid jail time while awaiting trial thanks to a recent administrative order aimed at reforming the bond system.
In what's being hailed as a victory for the First Amendment, the Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) has updated its rules to accommodate religious requests following controversy over a group of students being compelled to choose between the tenets of their faith and a state basketball tournament.
The principal at Hewitt-Trussville High School, Tim Salem, has been put on administrative leave after it was discovered he did not report a death list made by a student nearly a year ago.
The rate of new Type 2 diabetes cases almost doubled among children in Alabama during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new study conducted by UAB.
Alabama Law Enforcement Agency's (ALEA) Driver License Division is currently experiencing a statewide network outage.
State Board of Education Superintendent Dr. Eric Mackey has requested his name and image be removed from the Alabama Campaign for Adolescent Sexual Health’s list of board members following controversy over the group’s promotion of inappropriate education materials.
Inmates at all major Alabama prisons are refusing to work.
Hurricane Ian is expected to impact East Alabama, per the latest updates.
Outraged parents in Trussville are planning to gather at the next city council meeting to address issues following the discovery of a “death notebook” that was kept from them for nearly a year.
Police said a Birmingham Police Department (BPD) officer shot an armed man on Saturday while responding to a call on the city's west side.
Alabama is home to 565 public high schools, each ranging from under 400 students to almost 3,000.
Sanders Aviation's Big Red Racing Team is back safely in Alabama after a tragic at the Reno Air Races this month.
A federal judge has ordered the state of Alabama to preserve records, supplies, and other evidence from a failed execution that was called off after officials struggled to find a vein.
The Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office presented two life-saving awards Friday after a deputy and a student saved a girl’s life during a football game on Aug. 26.
Comprehensive sexual education has been at the center of the cultural discussion within public education, and Alabama is no exception.
If you are looking for a glimmer of hope for humanity, you have come to the right place. There is a story in Dekalb County that will surely inspire.
A local Army veteran was honored by the city of Enterprise last week for his role in saving two women from a house fire recently.
Opelika native, former real estate agent and Dothan elementary Spanish teacher Anessa Sewell Kent is about to release her debut novel, “The Bitter and the Sweet,” a Character-driven historical fiction drama set in 20th-century Alabama.
The Salvation Army in the Shoals area is anticipating one of its busiest holiday seasons yet as inflation drives up need for assistance.
Over a year ago, the NCAA revised its guidelines to allow student-athletes to profit from the use of their name, image and likeness (NIL). Now U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) and U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin (D-West Virginia) are on a fact-finding quest to learn how to best craft legislation to regulate NIL collectives.
An Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) correctional officer was placed on leave after what reports say was potentially a fight with an inmate.
After a lengthy and time-crunched process attempting to execute Alan Eugene Miller, the State called off lethal injection because officials struggled to find a vein.
America was founded on Christian principals, but the number of people practicing Christianity may soon fall into the minority if current trends continue.