Fourteen Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) contracts worth well over $100 million are still being delayed over three weeks since legislators placed holds on the contracts over a dispute about the West Alabama Corridor at a committee meeting.
State Sen. Arthur Orr (R-Decatur) will try again in the 2024 legislative session to privatize retail liquor sales in Alabama.
Capstone Communities, the developer behind the attempt to alter the plan for a Hoover community to construct hundreds of residential units, a parking garage and a hotel, responded on Thursday to a request for comment by 1819 News.
Pike County was forced to forfeit their high school football game against Headland after it ended in the second quarter after a brawl broke out on the field between the two teams.
U.S. Rep. Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) stood alone as the sole Alabama member of Congress to oppose the continuing resolution designed to fund the government for 30 days, averting a shutdown.
California Senator Dianne Feinstein passed away Thursday night, ending an over 30-year career in the United States Senate.
The 1792 Exchange released a new “spotlight bias report” detailing the percentage of “pro-ESG” resolutions supported by state pension funds in 2022, and the Retirement Systems of Alabama (RSA) landed near the top of the list.
A civil lawsuit has been filed against the Alabama Department of Human Resources director in a Madison County court.
Kelly Ann Scott, the editor who supervised the complete left-wing shift of AL.com, the website for the once-daily, now-defunct Birmingham News, Press-Register and Huntsville Times owned by Alabama Media Group (AMG), a subsidiary of New York billionaires Donald and Samuel Newhouse's Advance Publications, is resigning her post.
The Mobile Police Department is investigating after at least five fights at Baker High School were caught on camera.
Alabama Secretary of State Wes Allen objected to all three congressional district map proposals released by a Special Master Richard Allen this week.
U.S. Rep. Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) recently joined in a letter with the House Freedom Caucus opposing a temporary measure to prevent a government shutdown.
Members of the Joint Interim Sunset Committee voted to recommend ending the Alabama Board of Massage Therapy on Thursday at the end of fiscal year 2024.
On Thursday, Alabama congressmen grilled U.S. officials over the Biden administration’s decision to make Colorado Springs the permanent location of U.S. Space Command instead of Huntsville.
Trussville City Schools Superintendent Patrick Martin told 1819 News on Thursday that the controversial Alabama Campaign for Adolescent Sexual Health lied to school officials about the material presented to students at a health fair last spring.
An out-of-state anti-religion group recently found itself, once again, unsuccessful in trying to force a standdown from Alabama universities and leaders for allowing permitting religious activities.
Huntsville-Madison County Public Library is pausing its plans to relocate certain books on library shelves after it was reported that Executive Director Cindy Hewitt had ordered LGBTQ-related children's books to be moved into the adult section.
Pastor Franklin Graham recently applauded Gov. Kay Ivey's stern response to the Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) after the foundation sent a series of letters criticizing religious activity in Alabama universities.
Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin applauded the U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) on Wednesday for denying Alabama’s emergency stay request over an August ruling prohibiting Alabama from using the congressional map passed by state lawmakers in July.
Attorneys for the Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission asked a Montgomery County Circuit Court judge on Wednesday to dismiss a lawsuit filed by Verano Alabama, an applicant for a medical cannabis integrated facility license.
U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) is now advocating a negotiated end to the current hostilities between Russia and Ukraine as additional Ukrainian funding lies at the heart of congressional debate that could force a government shutdown.
Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Board administrator Curtis Stewart defended plans for a new, bigger central warehouse and office facility on Wednesday.
Several lawsuits have been filed against the Alabama Department of Human Resources commissioner Nancy Buckner and State Superintendent Eric Mackey following an investigation by the Department of Justice.
It is the annual Harvest Moon, meaning the full moon closest to the advent of fall.
State Rep. John Rogers (D-Birmingham) has been indicted on two counts of obstructing justice in a Jefferson County fraud case that has already forced one member of the House of Representatives to resign.
A federal court was “speaking out of both sides of its mouth” in its recent Alabama congressional redistricting rulings, according to U.S. Rep. Robert Aderholt (R-Haleyville).
The Montgomery Police Department is investigating an incident involving an officer.