Legislation placing deadlines on public records request responses in Alabama by State Sen. Arthur Orr (R-Decatur) failed to come to the House floor on the final day of the 2023 legislative session.
Former Congressman Mo Brooks is calling for an in-person hearing to oppose the “frivolous complaint” filed against him by Alabama State Department of Education vice president Wayne Reynolds.
The far-left activist organization, whose input is taken at face value by the FBI and many big tech companies, placed several parental rights groups on its 2022 “hate map,” along with the Ku Klux Klan, skinheads and neo-Nazis.
Legislation that would establish new fines, fees and regulations related to the vaping industry in Alabama wasn’t passed into law this session.
Alabama Senate Majority Leader Clay Scofield and other state lawmakers are lending their support for locating U.S. Space Command’s permanent headquarters in Huntsville.
The Alabama House of Representatives honored Randy Owen of the country music band Alabama on the final day of the 2023 legislative session.
Soldiers from the Alabama National Guard, the U.S. Army and Romanian Armed Forces came together to visit with locals in Slobozia, Romania.
Legislation exempting the overtime pay of Alabama hourly workers from state income taxes was amended by Gov. Kay Ivey on Tuesday.
The Week-long “Pridefest” hosted in Auburn featured a number of public displays of drag, several of which featured children.
The Alabama Legislature approved a bill to create a loan program for universities in financial distress after Gov. Kay Ivey returned the previous bill with an executive amendment.
Legislation establishing criminal penalties for certain types of absentee ballot assistance died in the Senate after never making it on the calendar for a vote in the last days of the session.
An 18-year-old is charged with impersonating a police officer after he applied for a job as a Limestone County corrections officer.
The 2023 session saw the legislature enact the largest budgets in state history. And while progress was made on tax relief efforts, more of your money should be returned to you.
For several months, city officials in Mobile have been working with the FBI to correct crime data that led to an incorrect report stating that Mobile was the second most dangerous city in the United States.
U.S. Rep. Dale Strong (R-Huntsville) is helping Alabamians beat the heat this summer by ensuring the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) is ready for the extra load on the power grid.
Baldwin County EMA Director Zachary Hood turned in his resignation Monday. The County Commission accepted the resignation Tuesday during its regular meeting.
Legislation by State Sen. Dan Roberts (R-Mountain Brook) prohibiting state contracts with businesses that boycott specific sectors of the economy based on environmental, social and governance was signed into law by Gov. Kay Ivey on Tuesday.
Several Mobile residents addressed the city council Tuesday requesting an ordinance banning drag shows in public venues where minors could be present.
U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) sat down with Fox News Channel's "Fox & Friends" on Tuesday and once again affirmed his support for Donald Trump’s 2024 presidential campaign.
Members of the Millbrook City Council unanimously passed a one-cent city sales tax increase on Tuesday morning at a special-called meeting in an attempt to beat Gov. Kay Ivey’s possible signature on grocery tax cut legislation passed by the House and Senate last week.
Warrior Police Department chief Scott Praytor defended his department after a Birmingham-area television news station obtained a video from an anonymous viewer depicting two WPD officers tackling and punching a suspect repeatedly while on the ground.
Last week, the Alabama Legislature sent the so-called "criminal enterprises" bill to Gov. Kay Ivey, where it awaits her signature. According to State Rep. Shane Stringer (R-Citronelle), the law will significantly help combat the threat of gang crime.
A United States District Judge delayed the sentencing of Dothan pastor Kenneth Glasgow last week until July.
State Rep. Scott Stadthagen (R-Hartselle) insisted upon the necessity of the recently-signed Property Protection Act (PPA), which prohibits certain foreign governments from purchasing land in Alabama after a Chinese jet flew dangerously close to a U.S. aircraft over the Taiwan Strait.
The Alabama Legislature has approved a bill that would allow for police bodycam and dashcam recordings to be released to the public under certain circumstances.
For years, Roy Brook has traveled all over Alabama and neighboring states sharing his love for the nation and the United States flag. But now, Brook is asking for help after he misplaced his flag while on a trip to Florida.
I am sick of seeing ugly shows of self-inflicted pain done in vain. I am nauseated from witnessing conservative politicians fall on the sword of their principles to no considerable effect whatsoever.