An "industrial accident" at Montgomery Regional Airport (MGM) on New Year’s Eve claimed the life of one American Airlines ground crew member and shut down air traffic for several hours.
A suspect linked to the deadly New Year’s Eve shooting in Mobile was apprehended by police Sunday.
The ruling is pertinent for Alabama because Gov. Kay Ivey signed a similar bill into law last year. House Bill 322 (HB322) requires public K-12 schools to designate the use of rooms where students may be in various stages of undress based on biological sex.
The moment you walk through the doors of Stacey’s Olde Tyme Soda Fountain in Foley, you are transported to a simpler time. The days when a cup of coffee was 10 cents and you could sit and talk about life and politics with your neighbor. There was always a familiar face and a soda jerk with a smile.
There are many things that put the "sweet" in "Sweet Home Alabama," but among them are the good times we enjoy with our friends and family in the state. Often overlooked by surrounding metro areas and cultural regions known for their unique music, food and entertainment industries like New Orleans, Nashville and Atlanta, it's easy for us to underappreciate the talent we have right here in Alabama.
Early Sunday, multiple reports surfaced that Mobile Police have confirmed nine people were shot near the annual "Moon Pie over Mobile" event in downtown Mobile shortly before midnight.
Alabama is known for its quaint and quiet towns, country roads and beautiful mountains, lakes and beaches. But beyond those peaceful scenes are violent, unthinkable acts happening before our eyes. Alabama lawmakers and law enforcement agencies are battling homegrown crime daily and in 2022, they were very busy.
1819 News CEO Bryan Dawson sat down with two Alabama ministers to figure out the answer to a question many conservative Christians have been asking in 2022: When is it OK to disobey the government?
Friday, Governor Kay Ivey named David Hill to serve as Autauga County Sheriff for the remainder of the term ending on January 16, 2023.
Eliminating Alabama’s state sales tax on groceries is a ”logical first step in our tax reduction efforts,” according to new State Rep. Ben Harrison (R-Cartwright).
Alabama Congressmen are criticizing House Democrats after the Ways and Means Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives released former President Donald Trump’s tax returns.
The content of public education has been a matter of contentious public discourse in the United States, and Alabama was no different in 2022.
The Alabama Secretary of State referred 113 candidates and political actions committees (PACs) to Attorney General’s Office for violating campaign finance rules, according to Secretary of State John Merrill.
An Abbeville daycare worker has been arrested and charged with multiple counts of child abuse.
An Alabama man that appeared in more than 30 movies and TV series and worked as a professor at UAB died on Christmas day at the age of 87.
In June, the Supreme Court of the United States struck down Roe V. Wade, which claimed that abortion was a Constitutional right.
This month, a program used statewide to train law enforcement officers celebrated 50 years. On December 7, the founders of the Northeast Alabama Law Enforcement Academy gathered to celebrate.
The Hoover Police Department shared several tips on how to protect your wallet online:
U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) successfully pushes a bill that allows veterans to grant their dependents post-9/11 GI benefits more efficiently.
New State Rep. Kerry Underwood (R-Tuscumbia) is hoping to use his CPA and mayoral experience to help Alabama small businesses and attract more high-paying jobs to the state.
They were worried about running out of water on Christmas. Now, Selma is out of danger of that happening, according to Mayor James Perkins, Jr.
In Birmingham, 2022 was another year stained with blood. With a spree of holiday homicides, the city is set to close off one of the most violent years in recent history.
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) ruled to extend a Trump-era COVID-19 policy that lessened illegal immigration.
As a cold front brought subfreezing temperatures to much of the country over the past Christmas weekend, the TVA broke from its 90-year history and, for the first time, instituted rolling blackouts and cut the power to thousands of customers, including in north Alabama, to lessen the burden of the unexpected increase in demand.
The dumping of waste from a dog food manufacturer in Calhoun County is causing a big stink in a subdivision near White Plains.
A new report from the Family Research Council (FRC) indicates that acts of hostility toward Christian churches in the United States are on the rise.