The superintendent of the second-largest school system in Alabama said his school system would follow the law when it comes to policies concerning transgender and non-binary issues. He also said changes were necessary after Title IX expansion.
A rumor of girls wearing wiretaps caused paranoia among sororities at the University of Alabama (UA) last week. One girl claims she was dropped from the recruitment process after being accused of wearing a mic.
His bond with quarterback Bryce Young is getting stronger by the day. His crowning moment in college football is solidly in the rearview mirror. His focus on working toward a new crowning moment is solidified.
The Clay County Sheriff's Office announced the capture of a suspect in a shooting that left one person dead and another injured.
Listen to 1819 News Reporter Will Blakely on The Jeff Poor Show as they discuss the different types of libertarianism and libertarian chances in the upcoming elections now that they have ballot access.
“Cybercrime has been rising for decades, but the pandemic and remote users working from home have created the perfect storm for criminal hacking.”
U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Saks) joined House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) and U.S. Reps. Michael McCaul (R-Texas), Mike Turner (R-Ohio), and James Comer (R-Ky.) in commemorating the occasion in an op-ed posted on Fox News.
The World Games 2022 came to a close in Birmingham last month after falling $14 million short of breaking even.
A plastic fabrication plant in Helena is facing two misdemeanor charges and up to a $500,000 fine in connection with the death of a worker in 2017.
Recently, API began a project to gather information from school board members from across the state in an effort to inform parents and the general public about how elected and appointed school board members felt about issues such as Critical Race Theory, Social Emotional Learning, school choice and education related equity.
Ryan Davis was a full participant in UAB football practice on Monday morning.
There are few things a reclusive introvert and political malcontent (such as I am) loathes more than attending a large political fundraiser dinner party. Alas, there I was at the center of the Alabama GOP’s Summer Dinner, feeling like a distraught stranger in a strange land.
The Franklin County Watermelon Festival is this weekend in Russellville.
Concerns are raised as President Joe Biden is expected to sign a bill into law that would double the number of IRS personnel over the next 10 years.
Last week, a report from Mobile-based newspaper Lagniappe revealed a new twist in the ongoing legal saga between political consulting groups Matrix LLC and Canopy Partners based on legal filings last week.
A Winfield man charged with animal cruelty after a video showing him abusing puppies circulated on social media, pleaded guilty and begins his 90-day jail sentence in the Tuscaloosa jail.
Monday, Baldwin County District Judge Michelle Thomason signed off on Baldwin County District Attorney Bob Wilters decision to dismiss a public intoxication charge against Mobile City Councilman Ben Reynolds.
Ask anyone with insight into the Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC), and they'll tell you it is understaffed.
The Alabama Republican Party intends to spend twice in this cycle what it spent electing Republicans in the last cycle.
A Decatur man has been charged with two felony sexual assault charges months after being released with no bail on a previous charge of sexually assaulting a person under 12.
The questions now facing the nation as well as Alabama’s state government are how did America get into this situation, and how to fix it. There are two basic answers: monetary policy and fiscal policy. They work in tandem. Both created the problem, and both are needed to correct it.
Lee Witherspoon made an impact at running back during UAB’s first full-scale scrimmage of fall camp on Saturday.
The Alabama Republican Executive Committee passed a resolution honoring the conservative majority of the U.S. Supreme Court for several recent landmark decisions.
It’s a phrase you’ve probably heard before. The phrase has been attributed over time to Thomas Paine, General George Patton and even Lee Iacocca, but whoever it was that said it I would hazard the guess that it was someone with a strong personality, a sense of mission and the need to get something very important done.
During an appearance on APTV's "Capitol Journal," Daniels said he was opposed to a closed primary system.
The point is, with Chris Hatcher running the show, chances are pretty good that Samford is going to be good at quarterback.