When former Crimson Tide All-SEC defensive end John Croyle was planning to take the next step in his football career into the NFL in 1974, he first went to his coach, the legendary Paul “Bear’ Bryant, for advice.
Today’s culture is out of order. But how do we set things right? The answer comes down to worldview.
Friday night Alabama softball hosted the opening round of the NCAA Tournament for the 18th straight time, defeating Long Island University 5-0, led by an outstanding pitching performance from Jaala Torrence.
Thursday on Fox Business Network's "Kudlow," U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) discussed President Joe Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan and called it “completely unacceptable, totally reckless and unethical.”
In a recent interview with 1819 News, Alabama AG Steve Marshall said he supported State Rep. Dan Roberts’ anti-ESG bill and was “appreciative” that Roberts was addressing the issue for the state while Marshall focuses on the national level.
Transfer portal departures didn't become of way of life for Trent Dilfer's UAB football program.
The Alabama House of Representatives has voted to adjust the runoff date in the 2024 election cycle to prevent collision with Eater, but probate judges want the change to be permanent.
Recent comments by Alabama's State Health Officer Scott Harris regarding transgender laws have breathed new life into legislation changing how the state health officer role is appointed.
On Wednesday, 1819 News learned State Health Officer Scott Harris was personally reaching out to lawmakers and other state officials to dispute an 1819 News report regarding remarks he had offered earlier in the week at the so-called "Substance Use and Social Justice Symposium" at the University of Alabama Birmingham (UAB).
Legislation by State Sen. Dan Roberts (R-Mountain Brook) that prohibits state contracts with businesses that boycott certain sectors of the economy based on environmental, social and governance (ESG) policies passed the Senate on Thursday.
Jacob Cravey and Ben Petschke come through in the clutch on the mound in Samford's win at Mercer.
A bill to cut the grocery tax in half over the next four years has been filed in the Alabama House of Representatives.
The Alabama Legislature is entertaining legislation that would create a scholarship program for those attending non-public schools.
Listen to 1819 News Fiscal and Budget Reporter Justin Bogie discuss tax credit proposals in the Alabama Legislature, including a $150 million film credit, an increase of $100 million, while no legislation has yet been passed to repeal the grocery tax which would benefit all Alabamians.
Although Big Tech needs to be fixed, I must concede that from a legal perspective, these cases were not the way to do it.
Calhoun County EMA officials warn of traffic impact and safety concerns ahead of Cheaha Challenge
On Thursday, Briarwood Presbyterian Church in Birmingham announced its senior pastor, Harry L. Reeder III, was killed in a car accident.
Listen to 1819 News Editor-at-Large Erica Thomas on "Midday Mobile" with Sean Sullivan as they discuss the judge's order on the preliminary injunction in the Baldwin County Bridge Company's lawsuit against DOT Director John Cooper, with the order declaring "It is clear from the record that Director Cooper misled BCBC and the people of Alabama and lied about his reason for pursuing his own bridge."
The Alabama Department of Transportation plans to continue the fight for a new, free bridge in Baldwin County after the construction of the bridge was halted Wednesday when Judge Jimmy Pool ordered a preliminary injunction.
UAB head coach Andy Kennedy looks ahead after his finished 29-10 and played in the NIT championship game.
The grocery tax repeal is one of few issues that has widespread bipartisan support. It’s time for the legislature to make it a reality.
As part of his new $554 million city budget for fiscal year 2024, Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin proposed another cost of living adjustment for police and firefighters, which would be the third since last May.
Members of the administrative board of First United Methodist Church - Montgomery voted on Wednesday night to begin the discernment process to consider whether or not to leave the United Methodist Church (UMC) denomination.
Listen to 1819 News Operations Manager Parker Snider on iHeart Radio with JT as they discuss Alabama State Health Officer Scott Harris who is "appalled" and "outraged" by the state's strict transgender laws.
Legislation that would’ve barred Chinese citizens and entities from owning land in Alabama was amended in the Senate Agriculture, Conservation, and Forestry Committee on Wednesday.
A local executive of a Budweiser wholesaler in Montgomery is “upset” about a recent Bud Light promotion involving Dylan Mulvaney, a transgender influencer.
The incident reportedly occurred Saturday inside a restaurant on Cobbs Ford Road in Prattville, where the victim alleges she was forced into a bathroom stall in the woman’s bathroom and raped.