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Alabama Supreme Court allows Harvest Church’s lawsuit against United Methodist Church to continue

n Friday, the Alabama Supreme Court allowed Harvest Church's lawsuit against the United Methodist Church (UMC) to continue.

Tax increaw Alabama News
House committee paves way to raise online sales tax; Estimated $121 million split between cities, counties, State Dept. of Ed.

On Wednesday, the House Ways and Means Education Committee approved a bill to raise the state's online sales tax from 8% to 9.3%, matching the current average sales tax.

Frostyinn Alabama News
Baby Boomers of East Alabama recreate their youth April 27: Frosty Inn Reunion

Gathering of East Alabama Baby Boomers April 27. Frosty Inn Reunion at Blue Bell Central Park in Sylacauga.

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Sean of the South: About today

Someone once told me that tomorrow is a day with no mistakes in it.

Capitol Dome Alabama News
Eric Hare: Congress, help employers offer competitive benefits

There aren't many things that are as important to an employer – no matter the size of the company – as being able to offer competitive, affordable health benefits. Today's labor market is competitive, and if a business isn't able to do its part by ensuring their employees and their families have access to high-quality healthcare coverage that doesn't break the bank, you can expect us to lose out on top talent.  

Barry Moore speaking on FISA, 4/12/2024 Alabama News
Barry Moore lone Alabama holdout on FISA renewal

By a 273-147 vote, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the renewal of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), with six of Alabama's seven members voting for the measure.

SCOTUS Mc Donald Alabama News
Were Stan McDonald's free speech rights violated? Is criminalizing political contributions constitutional?

The recent resignation of Ethics Commissioner Stan McDonald has shone a glaring light on the potential constitutional frailty of the ethics law that compelled him to resign after admitting to donating to political candidates.

Atlanta Hwy Alabama News
Shootout on Atlanta Highway: 10 shots fired leaving innocent driver injured

The Montgomery Police Department responded Friday afternoon to a shootout on Atlanta Highway, near Eastdale Mall.

Kay Ivey Alabama News
Ivey directs flags lowered in honor of Montgomery County Deputy Sheriff Jermyius Young

Governor Kay Ivey has directed flags be flown at half-staff in honor of Montgomery County Deputy Sheriff Jermyius Young on the day of his interment, Monday, April 15, 2024.

Dauphinislandgallery Alabama News
Plein Air: Artists to paint on location at Dauphin Island, Bayou La Batre April 26-28

Plein air realtime painting: This art lovers’ experience will be on April 26 -28 on Dauphin Island, Alabama. 

Child Alabama News
Jennifer Oliver O'Connell: The library wars — reading pornography out loud seems to be the way to win

Reading these works aloud at every possible opportunity and exposing the filth is the only way to make parents aware of the dangers, and to protect the children at whom they are targeted.

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'City Walk Birmingham': Exercise, events, activities free daily in downtown

City Walk is under the I59/20 bridge in Birmingham. It has free activities daily and special events.

Cam Ward Alabama News
Alabama Bureau of Pardons and Paroles to host job fair in Huntsville for parolees

The Alabama Bureau of Pardons & Paroles, partnering with Alabama Power, the Economic Development Partnership of Alabama and J.F. Ingram State Technical College, will host an Alabama Experience mobile job fair.

Chief Paul Prine Alabama News
'We want you, we need you': Officers voice support for Mobile Police Chief Paul Prine

A rally is planned Saturday for Mobile Police Chief Paul Prine and officers are coming forward to voice their support for him after he was put on administrative leave.

Athens Limestone Library Alabama News
Dysfunction at the Athens-Limestone County Library as board not following its own policies

According to information shared with 1819 News and policies published online, the Athens-Limestone County Public Library, the only public library in the county, has not been operating in accordance with its publicly available policies for some time.

Former Sen. Doug Jones, D-Ala., speaks to reporters following Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson's Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing Alabama News
Doug Jones: No 'nefarious' GOP plot to keep Biden off Alabama ballot

On Thursday, Jones took to his Twitter account to emphasize there is no Republican plot to keep Biden off the Alabama ballot. 

Albritton, Brewbaker Alabama News
State Sen. Albritton endorses Dick Brewbaker in Republican CD2 primary runoff

State Sen. Greg Albritton (R-Atmore) endorsed Dick Brewbaker on Friday in the Republican primary runoff election for the Second Congressional District.

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State Sen. Albritton on gambling negotiations: ‘It’s going to be difficult’

The Senate will likely agree to go to a conference committee next week to try to negotiate an agreement with the House on the two chamber’s competing gambling proposals, according to State Sen. Greg Albritton (R-Atmore).

AI kid Alabama News
Senate passes measure prohibiting AI-generated child porn

The Senate passed the Alabama Child Protection Act on Thursday.

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Senate approves largest-ever $3.7 billion General Fund budget

The Senate approved a $3.7 billion General Fund budget on Thursday for fiscal year 2025.

Katie Britt Alabama News
Charles Kiplinger: An open letter to Sen. Katie Britt

Dear Sen. Katie Britt: On behalf of the North Central Alabama Republican Assembly, I must say we are extremely disappointed in you for voting YES on the recent spending bill.

State Rep. Mack Butler (R-Rainbow City). Alabama News
'Do some ultraviolet lights up your rectum' — House Dems rail against resolution condemning World Health Organization

The Alabama House of Representatives began its 21st legislative day with significant gridlock over a House Joint Resolution to encourage federal lawmakers to permanently end taxpayer funding of the World Health Organization (WHO).

Shane Stringer Alabama News
House committee advances legislation preventing financial institutions from tracking firearms sales, collecting data on gun owners

The House Public Safety and Homeland Security Committee voted Wednesday to advance legislation prohibiting financial institutions from collecting transaction data specific to firearms and ammunition sales.

Madison Co Court House 2 Alabama News
Judge orders Kyle Lewter to mental health facility after hallucinations, manic behavior

The suspect in the torture and murder of a Madison County man will be moved to a specialized mental health facility after jail officials and attorneys said they are concerned for the safety of staff and inmates.

Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson Alabama News
Mobile Mayor Stimpson: Chief Paul Prine went 'AWOL'

Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson responded to claims made by Police Chief Paul Prine, following the city’s decision to put the chief on administrative leave.

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Hoover City Schools takes online library system offline to ensure 'books with mature sexual content are removed'

On Thursday, Hoover City Schools announced the online library system, SORA, students use to access books online has been made unavailable while the system conducts an internal audit.

Kyle Calvert Alabama News
'Pansexual' nonbinary Irondale man arrested for explosive device left outside AG’s office linked to far-left ‘Antifa’ movement

An Irondale man who allegedly tried to bomb the Alabama Attorney General’s Office building in Montgomery is a far-left “anti-fascist” sympathizer who advocates violence against law enforcement and his political enemies, according to court records and social media.

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