“It’s really out of brokenness, desperation, all those things that led us to Christ in our marriage, and now it helps us help other people.”
The Mobile County Health Department detected the West Nile Virus in two coops of sentinel chickens used to detect mosquito-borne diseases.
The office of Jefferson County District Attorney Danny Carr is working with several local nonprofits, businesses and government agencies to help formerly incarcerated individuals get to work.
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.
Make no mistake, FFRF has targeted Alabama and will not stop until they succeed in upending the practices of faith that many of us hold dear.
Alabama is known for a church on every corner, but somehow those corners are also plagued with drugs and crime. How did it get this way and what is being done to bring Alabamians back to God and break the chains that are binding and killing His people?
When we think about witnessing to someone, it often comes with a pang of anxiety or stress. We feel like the conversation would be forced or awkward. But the Lord works in mysterious ways.
We need to get on our knees and turn to God in prayer and beg Him to do a work in us – His people – and then do a work in our country. We need to do what’s right in big things and in small so that when God looks down on us, He sees a remnant of people who are faithful to Him alone, because our actions – the actions of God’s people – are what will heal our land.
We must reclaim education funding through Educational Savings Accounts (ESAs) and prepare Alabama for new and exciting microschools, which are the small, flexible, high-quality education models of the future.
The most consistent thing about government is that those in power, no matter who they are, always claim to have our best interests at heart. “It’s for your own good!” runs the executive’s trusty refrain.
Value-creating tourist destinations improve Alabama’s economy – and our lives. But subsidizing tourism with tax dollars will not create prosperity.
Auburn will have arguably its toughest test of the season this week in the top-ranked Georgia Bulldogs. What are some things to keep an eye out for during the game?
Here are a few things to watch for this Saturday night as the Tide travel to Mississippi State.
According to Saban, Alabama has to turn around and play the better team that participates in the Egg Bowl, Mississippi State.
After a Politico article suggested U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) may be the new leader of the GOP post-Donald Trump, some have speculated whether or not the freshman senator may make a run for the White House.
Congress has until the end of this week to approve 12 appropriations bills to keep the government running or else risk a shutdown.
She'll have several hurdles to overcome between now and then, but a Politico magazine piece penned by veteran journalist Jonathan Martin contemplates a world with U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) as the leader of the post-Donald Trump Republican Party.