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Interim Montgomery Police Chief James Graboys Alabama News
Montgomery Mayor Reed announces new interim police chief, public safety advisor as city crime draws continued criticism

Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed announced on Tuesday the appointment of a new interim chief of police and a special public safety advisor as the city continues to face criticism over the tumultuous crime escalation in recent months.

UAB Health System to acquire Ascension St. Vincent’s Health System for $450 million

The UAB Health System is in the process of acquiring Ascension St. Vincent’s hospitals and clinics for $450 million.

Mobile Youth Violence Alabama News
Mobile’s Youth Violence program expanding, not discontinuing

An initiative designed to prevent youth violence in Mobile is partnering with the Parks and Recreation Department to expand services and reach a younger audience.

Bowen Family Alabama News
Sylacauga family encourages others to live in the moment two years after the accident that changed everything

On the two-year anniversary of the crash, their father, Robert, has a message.

Katie Britt, Ted Cruz Alabama News
Katie Britt raises $250K for Ted Cruz at Birmingham fundraiser

U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) helped raise $250,000 for U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) at a fundraiser she hosted in Birmingham on Friday.

Rachel Levine Alabama News
Unsealed docs in Alabama trans youth treatment ban lawsuit show Biden admin's Rachel Levine lobbied transgender health group to remove minimum age limit for surgeries

Newly unsealed documents in a lawsuit against Alabama’s transgender surgery ban for minors reveal the Biden administration lobbied against including minimum age requirements in the World Professional Association for Transgender Health’s (WPATH) standards of care for surgeries.

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Auburn’s Briggs & Stratton lays off 38 employees

Briggs & Stratton laid off 38 workers at their Auburn location last week.

Steve Marshall Alabama News
AG Marshall backs Tennessee after SCOTUS agrees to hear case over transgender surgeries, hormones for minors ban

Attorney General Steve Marshall is backing Tennessee in its court battle to ban transgender interventions for minors after the Supreme Court of The United States agreed to hear a Tennessee case that will have massive implications for Alabama and other states.

Courtroom Alabama News
Judge shopping hearings begin for attorneys in transgender surgery ban case

U.S. District Judge Liles Burke began questioning 11 attorneys on Monday who a panel recently found engaged in "judge shopping" while suing the state of Alabama over its Vulnerable Child Compassion and Protection Act. 

Strug1996 Alabama News
Olympic Gold Medalist Kerri Strug coming to Baldwin County Sept. 5; Heroine of 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics

Olympic hero Kerri Strug to speak in Daphne on September 5.

Birmingham PD Alabama News
Birmingham mayor vacates assistant police chief and deputy police chief positions

Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin removed two members of Police Chief Scott Thurmond’s command staff. According to reports, the positions of assistant police chief and deputy chief were vacated.

Scott Brewer Alabama News
Ivey appoints J. Scott Brewer to Talladega County District Judge

On Monday, Gov. Kay Ivey announced J. Scott Brewer had been appointed as District Judge in Talladega County.

Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall. Alabama News
AG Marshall celebrates two-year anniversary of Roe V. Wade's death — 'Life is winning in Alabama'

Attorney General Steve Marshall recently celebrated the “countless lives saved” from abortion after the state was able to implement its hefty restrictions on abortion since the overturning of Roe V. Wade two years ago today.

Birmingham-Southern Alabama News
Miles College signs letter of intent to acquire Birmingham-Southern College campus

Miles College in Birmingham has reportedly signed a letter of intent to purchase Birmingham-Southern College, which closed on May 31 after legislation to give the financially distressed college a $30 million loan failed to garner enough support in the Alabama House.

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Satsuma Police Department accuses National Police Association of ‘fear mongering’ for donations

The National Police Association, a nationwide non-profit that advocates for law enforcement, is accused of fear-mongering and using political controversies to collect donations.

Kittle and RFK Alabama News
Farmer in legal fight with Alabama Farm Credit details government scheme to force out family farms on 'RFK Jr. Podcast'

Whether bullied by big industry, restrictive government policies, or foreign interests buying up land, many feel the American farmer and the nation’s food supply are under attack.

David Black Alabama News
Republican activist David Black dies Saturday in Shoals

Former Colbert County Commissioner David Black died Saturday in the Shoals.

Steven Reed Alabama News
ATF, FBI assisting in investigation of massive Montgomery shootout that injured at least 13

At a Sunday evening press conference, Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed joined members of local, state and federal law enforcement to address a shooting that injured at least 13 earlier that day.

City of Fairhope crest Alabama News
68 Ventures seeking 'equal justice' in going forward with state lawsuit against City of Fairhope

68 Ventures' federal lawsuit against the City of Fairhope has been dismissed, but the threat of state proceedings remains.

Harrybutler Alabama News
Gadsden newsman, political leader, Harry ‘Shug’ Butler dies

Gadsden leader Harry 'Shug' Butler died Sunday. He was the father of State Rep. Mack Butler.

crime scene Alabama News
At least 13 injured in Sunday morning mass shooting in Montgomery (Video)

At least nine people were shot, and at least another four were injured in a massive Sunday morning shooting in Montgomery.

voting, election Alabama News
‘Save Our U.S. House’ citizens project registering voters in Alabama's second congressional district

Citizens' group "Save Our U.S. House" is registering new voters and pushing turnout in contested Alabama congressional district AL2.

Scott Stadthagen Alabama News
Alabama legislators rally to defeat Mississippi counterparts in 10-inning charity softball game

Despite jumping out to a four-run lead in the first inning, an Alabama squad of lawmakers had to rally late to defeat a team of members from the Mississippi Legislure in a charity softball game on Saturday.

Clean Up Alabama Rees Alabama News
Clean Up Alabama's Hannah Rees speaks on sparking a statewide movement to rid libraries of inappropriate children's books

When Hannah Rees set out to clean up her local library of sexually inappropriate children’s books, she had no idea her bold actions would turn into a statewide movement.

Panama City Beach. Photo: Watercress Condominiums. Alabama News
Birmingham men who drowned in PCB identified by Bay County, Fla. Sheriff

The Bay County, Fla. Sheriff’s Office identified the three Birmingham men who drowned in Panama City Beach, Fla. Friday night.

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Three Alabama men die following desperate search in Gulf of Mexico

First responders in Panama City Beach pulled three men out of the Gulf of Mexico after receiving a call about distressed swimmers Friday night. The three men, who were from Alabama, died at local hospitals.

Autauga County Jail mold. Alabama News
Autauga County Sheriff Mark Harrell stands by jail evacuation over mold infestation, fight continues with county commission

Autauga County Sheriff Mark Harrell is still at odds with the county commission weeks after Harrell evacuated the county jail until health and safety hazards, like prolific black mold, are addressed.

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