U.S. Sens. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) and Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) signed a disapproval resolution under the Congressional Review Act recently that would block the Department of Energy's final rule on gas furnace efficiency standards.
The University of Alabama System (UAS) Board of Trustees approved the appointment of Dr. Ronnie Hebert as vice president for student affairs, dean of students for the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) on Friday.
Lawmakers are expected to take up a comprehensive gambling bill early in the 2024 legislative session set to be underway next week.
Since 1993, Sand Mountain Sam has employed his meteorological expertise in forecasting a long winter or early spring, depending on whether or not he saw his shadow, much like his Pennslyvania counterpart.
State Rep. John Rogers (D-Birmingham) will face additional charges of mail fraud, wire fraud and obstruction of justice in the ever-growing scandal surrounding a youth baseball kickback scheme that has already seen one State Rep. resign his position.
Investigators said two people were stabbed by their roommate, Lester Cruz, after a verbal altercation.
Travelers of the United States often have Oxford, Mississippi on their bucket lists because of its history of Southern writers. Now, they are adding Oxford, Alabama because of its musical performances. And it calls out for more than one trip.
The Spot of Tea restaurant in Mobile will reopen Friday after previously announcing it was permanently closed.
Despite speculation about the effort in the House to pass comprehensive gambling legislation, State Sen. Sam Givhan (R-Huntsville) still sees it as a long shot in 2024.
An investigation of ghosts and paranormal activity will be conducted February 17 at the Comer Museum in Sylacauga.
It's more than a 1,000-mile drive from the U.S.-Mexico border to Albertville, yet the small city known for its fire hydrants and chicken processors has become the face of immigration, legal or otherwise.
The Alabama Republican Party has released its legislative priorities with less than a week until the Alabama Legislature gavels in for the 2024 session.
In a statement, Moore said this legislation forces President Joe Biden to deport illegal immigrants who have been convicted or committed the offense of driving while drunk or impaired.
During a Thursday appearance on Real America's Voice's "Bannon's War Room," U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) sounded off about the bipartisan border security deal that's emerging in the U.S. Senate.
The suspect in a January 16 rape remains in the Baldwin County Jail on an ICE hold after being given bond on the first-degree rape charge.
A man is officially charged in connection to a wild crash that happened on New Year’s Day in Mountain Brook.
"Pageant," the musical comedy, is playing now through February 11 at the Birmingham Festival Theatre.
Rick and Bubba announced their show was going to end at the end of the year after 31 years.
Alan Regalado, the public affairs specialist for U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) told 1819 News processing such a large number of individuals has been overwhelming at times. He said the answer to the problem starts at polling places.
Alabama has Republican and Democrat primary elections on March 5 and Wednesday was the deadline for campaigns to file their 2023 end-of-year finance reports. The most competitive campaigns to watch this cycle are the first, second, and sixth congressional district races.
A former Montgomery police officer is claiming that she faced retaliation and was ultimately fired by the Montgomery Police Department (MPD) after refusing to have an affair with Montgomery Police Chief Darryl J. Albert.
Mobile County District Attorney Keith Blackwood confirmed a 16-year-old student will be charged as an adult in connection to a Tuesday shooting at LeFlore Magnet High School.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation is claiming a victory in Mobile County after the public school system allegedly complied with its request.
The Huntsville/Madison County Public Library Board held a meeting on Tuesday evening where the group's Moms for Liberty and Read Freely Alabama were given 10 minutes each to present their case concerning certain books located in the kids and teens section of the library.
Blacksher White-Spunner has built his last project. He has died in his beloved Mobile.
Starting February 1, state residents will be able to voice their concerns with the Alabama Public Library Service as it considers implementing Gov. Kay Ivey’s proposed administrative rules changes.