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Congressional map for 2024 elections in Alabama chosen by federal court revealed

A panel of three federal judges chose remedial map 3 for Alabama to use in its upcoming congressional elections in 2024.

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Anniston’s Pelham Range renamed in honor of mid-20th century female officer due to federal orders

What was previously Calhoun County’s Pelham Range Army Reserve Training Center became the Clarke Range Complex after military officials renamed the facility last week.

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Palmer defends McCarthy support: 'It’s just really been a very, very frustrating time'

U.S. Rep Gary Palmer (R-Hoover) recently defended his vote not to vacate the Speaker of the House of Representatives.  

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Clean Up Alabama: Ivey proposed policy changes 'do not go far enough' on sexually explicit children's books

The issue of sexually explicit books made available to minors in Alabama libraries has taken front and center in the state’s political landscape.

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Southeast Cannabis Company asks court to end restraining order on Cannabis Commission

It’s been nearly a month since attorneys with the Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission and attorneys representing certain license applicants last met at the Montgomery County Courthouse to find a path forward in implementing Alabama’s new medical cannabis industry.

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Report: Samford, UA, Auburn, have some of the most conservative students in America

According to a recently published report from Niche, three Alabama universities are among the most conservative colleges in the United States.

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Rick & Bubba rip Biden for pushing back against 'extreme' label from GOP — 'It's just ridiculous'

Tuesday, the two hosts of the “Rick & Bubba Show” reacted to President Joe Biden recently claiming that nothing from his presidency should be considered "extreme."

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Eastern Shore Republican Women president kicks off election season at national convention

Eastern Shore Republican Women President Judy Barlow attended the 42nd biennial National Federation of Republican Women in Oklahoma City. Barlow said she came back with some tools to use here in Alabama.

Governor Kay Ivey visited J.F. Shields High School and spoke to students during an assembly Monday September 11, 2023 in Beatrice, Ala. Alabama News
Ivey responds to state library director, calls for policy changes: 'I still lack confidence that our libraries are most effectively fulfilling their mission'

Gov. Kay Ivey recently responded to Alabama Public Library Service director Nancy Pack’s defense of the state’s partnership with the American Library Association, expressing no abatement to her concerns and suggesting policy changes.

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Libertarian Party of Alabama fined $2,400 by Ethics Commission

Members of the Alabama Ethics Commission fined the Libertarian Party of Alabama $2,400 for two violations of the state’s Fair Campaign Practices Act on Wednesday.

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Former Montgomery Public Schools CFO receives 6-year sentence for role in $291,000 theft scheme

Montgomery County Circuit Judge James Anderson sentenced Brenda Palmer, a former interim chief financial officer of Montgomery Public Schools, to a five-year sentence in community corrections and one year of supervised parole on Tuesday.

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Pike County suspends multiple players, has suspension lifted by AHSAA

Pike County, one of two teams involved in a massive brawl during a high school football game on Friday, had their suspension lifted by the Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) on Tuesday.

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Gen. Flynn calls on Ivey to push back against federal overreach — 'I hear a lot of talk, but I don’t see a lot of action'

It took a presidential pardon by former President Donald Trump to clear General Michael Flynn of an FBI investigation in 2020, and Flynn said the efforts of the federal government to target citizens it disagrees with have only gotten worse.

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Mobile County GOP seeks to hold library accountable for shelving sexually explicit content for children

The Mobile County Republican Executive Committee passed a resolution Tuesday opposing inappropriate material found in the children’s sections of public libraries.

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Alabama House Republicans stick with McCarthy on successful motion to vacate speaker's seat

The Republican wing of the Alabama congressional delegation stood behind House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) as Congress surprisingly voted to vacate his chair.

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Federal judges ‘will rule shortly’ on congressional map in Alabama for 2024 elections

A panel of three federal judges said they’d soon choose which map will be used in congressional races in Alabama in 2024.

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Protests underway at Ivey event following Decatur officer-involved shooting

Protesters gathered Tuesday outside the Double Tree Hotel in Decatur, where Gov. Kay Ivey was speaking at the Decatur-Morgan County Chamber of Commerce’s Legislative Update.

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Death penalty possible for suspect in kidnapping and murder of three-year-old Kamille ‘Cupcake’ McKinney

A suspect in the gruesome 2019 death of Kamille “Cupcake” McKinney has been denied a motion to throw out the death penalty.

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Justin Holcomb challenging Aderholt for Alabama's 4th congressional district

Alabama native Justin Holcomb officially declared his candidacy to be the next Representative of Alabama’s 4th Congressional District in the 2024 election cycle.

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ALGOP chair Wahl: Legislature could move to strip public libraries of obscenity law exemptions

Alabama Republican Party chairman John Wahl said there were actions the Alabama Legislature could take to respond to public libraries opting to include what some deem objectionable sexual content in their children and young adult collections.

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Wall Street Journal defends proposed execution method in Alabama

A recent opinion written in the Wall Street Journal gave a lengthy defense of Alabama’s plans to carry out the world’s first execution by Nitrogen suffocation.

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Federal court to hold final hearing on redistricting map for 2024 congressional elections in Alabama

A hearing with a three-judge panel in federal court in Birmingham today will decide which of the final three maps released last week by a Special Master will be used in congressional elections in Alabama.

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Man who found wife hanged, two children drowned asks for donations, support

The family of a man who lost his wife and children in Semmes last week is rallying behind him and raising money for support.

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Palmer calls for Democrat congressman to be expelled after pulling fire alarm to delay funding vote

U.S. Rep. Gary Palmer (R-Hoover) is cosponsoring a resolution to expel a Democrat from the U.S. House of Representatives.

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Election activists push bill to require post-election audits in 10% of Alabama precincts

Two citizen activists from Lee County have prepared a bill to require each Alabama county to conduct a post-election audit on 10% of the voting precincts. Those sample precincts would be selected at random.

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Gang activity crisis in small town Alabama: Lawmakers and law enforcement work to curb group crime

In May of this year, a small town graduation ceremony was put on lockdown after law enforcement became aware of possible gang activity. It was that communication to officials that may have saved lives and helped police gain intelligence to what’s been lurking in the shadows.

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Lawsuit alleges defamation against Montgomery-based Southern Poverty Law Center for 'anti-immigrant hate group' label — 'The beginning of the beginning'

D.A. King, a plaintiff in a defamation lawsuit against the Montgomery-based Southern Poverty Law Center, said in a podcast appearance on Monday that his case against the far-left activist organization is just “the beginning of the beginning.”

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