An overpass and a section of I-85 South in Montgomery is closed after an 18-wheeler carrying lumber ran head-on into a bridge column and caught on fire on Tuesday morning.
The lawyer who prosecuted State Rep. David Cole (R-Madison) during an election contest earlier this year told 1819 News that Cole's arrest on Tuesday stemmed from under-oath testimony he gave during a deposition in May related to his voter registration.
A team at Rainbow Omega received a national award on Tuesday for its work with car manufacturer Honda.
Orange Beach Mayor Tony Kennon spoke for the first time Tuesday after a Supreme Court of Alabama ruling that will allow the building of a new bridge in Gulf Shores to continue. He said he wants to clear up misconceptions and he hopes the expensive bridge project doesn't take away from other transportation needs in the city.
Dale County Commissioner Adam Enfinger made official requests Tuesday to remove two books from the young adult section of the Ozark Dale County Library.
State Rep. David Cole (R-Huntsville) was arrested on Tuesday and charged with voter fraud, stemming from long-standing complaints from the 2022 election.
After handing out bottled water to residents and businesses, the City of Hamilton seems to be returning to normal as the effects of the disastrous holdup of its water system winds down.
On Tuesday, Gov. Kay Ivey voiced her "confidence" in embattled Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission director John McMillan.
State Sen. Tim Melson (R-Florence) said on Monday he planned on returning to work after his cardiac arrest in South Korea recently left him hospitalized.
After weeks of hearing concerns surrounding the death of Jawan Dallas, the city of Mobile made an announcement Tuesday about the footage from body-worn cameras.
Governor Kay Ivey appointed Bureau of Pardons and Paroles operations director Gabrelle Simmons to the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles on Friday.
The Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Board is considering the construction of a new warehouse and central office for its operations.
On Monday, Montgomery County Circuit Judge James Anderson extended a temporary restraining order on most proceedings of the Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission (AMCC) until September 6.
1819 News recently spoke with an Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) correctional officer in a major prison in central Alabama. For his protection, his identity has been omitted.
A slight increase in COVID cases in the U.S. has caused rumblings among those concerned about the reaction the government may take if another resurgence in cases occurs.
U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) joined other Senate colleagues in demanding answers from the Biden administration for the $6 billion it paid in “ransom money” to Iran in exchange for American prisoners.
The Ozark Dale County Library pulled all young adult LGBTQ+ books from the shelves to review them after a complaint from the Ozark mayor. The books have been returned to the shelves, but the library is now planning a community meeting to hear from the public and discuss what actions will be taken going forward.
The state of Alabama will seek to carry out its first execution by nitrogen hypoxia for Kenneth Eugene Smith.
While many celebrated that recent decision by the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals overturning the preliminary injunction against Alabama’s law banning transgender surgeries and hormones for minors, Cornell Law professor and founder of popular legal website Legal Insurrection William Jacobson said the fight to protect children from harmful medical treatments is far from over.
The University of Alabama has become the subject of controversy among state lawmakers after hearing several complaints about diversity, equity and inclusion practices at the school.
The Mobile County 911 Director was arrested early Sunday in Baldwin County. Charlie McNichol, 58, is charged with Driving Under the Influence (DUI).
The Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission has departed from the objective licensing system it used to score license applicants and now finds itself in an “endless loop of licensing” do-overs, according to a letter sent to Gov. Kay Ivey from Verano CEO George Archos on Thursday.
Since 1953, the Huntsville City Council has been asked eight times to increase water rates, according to Huntsville Utilities president and CEO Wes Kelley. Now, it’s being asked to raise the rates again to meet the city's growing demand.
The Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) recently arrested a prison mental healthcare worker for attempting to smuggle marijuana and methamphetamine into a prison facility.
During an interview that aired on Friday's broadcast of Alabama Public Television's "Capitol Journal," Harris acknowledged skepticism of his agency's recommendations, including the COVID-19 vaccine, was still a problem.