State Rep. Donna Givens (R-Loxley) is celebrating the final passage of a bill allowing fire stations and medical centers to install “baby boxes” for mothers to surrender children within 45 days.
Sine die came and went without House Bill 209 (HB209), legislation that would have cracked down on so-called ballot harvesting, getting a vote on the State Senate floor.
I can still flee Minnesota and go to Alabama or another red state. But if Alabama makes the same mistakes and falls to the left, then where will you go?
Trustees for the Alabama-West Florida Conference (AWFC) of the United Methodist Church (UMC) released an updated disaffiliation eligibility policy on Tuesday, which conservative Methodist leaders are calling a “nail in the coffin” for conservative churches in the conference who are seeking to leave the denomination while retaining church property.
Alabama will have to redraw its districting map and be subject to another game of judicial peek-a-boo.
Although the What is a Woman Act failed to receive deliberation in the Alabama House of Representatives, State Rep. Susan DuBose (R-Hoover) is confident in having the bill passed next session.
The Alabama Tourism Department is celebrating the economic impact of the state’s travel and tourism industry. New numbers show tourism dollars have more than doubled in Sweet Home Alabama over the past decade.
Joran van der Sloot pleaded not guilty in a Jefferson County court Friday to charges of extortion and wire fraud.
A federal civil lawsuit against 46 defendants, including Jefferson County Domestic Relations Court judges, claims there is a widespread and sophisticated racketeering scheme taking place.
The Dothan Police Department arrested two individuals on Wednesday after the dispatch computer system used by the Dothan Police Department, Houston County Sheriff’s Department and the Houston County Emergency Management had allegedly been accessed by someone who was not authorized to do so.
Freshman State Rep. Mark Shirey (R-Mobile) says he believes State Health Officer Dr. Scott Harris survived the scrutiny of the Alabama Legislature because of the lobby working under the Medical Association of the State of Alabama (MASA) banner in Montgomery this session.
Will higher teacher salaries do anything to improve Alabama’s lagging national test scores?
There is magic in old things. You can’t find this charm in glowing monitors or phone screens.
The prisoner who escaped from Lauderdale County with a corrections officer, prompting a nationwide manhunt, was sentenced to life in prison without parole on Thursday. The sentence was part of a plea deal.
When the U.S. Department of Defense began renaming the nine Army installations named for Confederates soldiers, including Alabama’s Fort Rucker, it originally allocated $1 million to the effort. That figure quickly rose to $21 million, with the Army now expecting to pay $39 million for new signs, gates, patches and other changes.
A Supreme Court of the United States ruling dealing with redistricting that was decided against the state of Alabama is “not a done deal yet” but was a surprise, according to former Reapportionment Committee Chair State Sen. Jim McClendon (R-Springville).
Jeff Poor, the now former executive editor at 1819 News, has been promoted to editor-in-chief to lead the outlet to new heights as its “head coach,” CEO Bryan Dawson said.
On Thursday, Donald Trump announced he is being indicted for allegedly mishandling classified documents at his Mar-a-Lago home in Florida, marking the first time a former president has been federally indicted.
Nick Saban is no stranger to Washington, D.C. His visits are usually from being honored by the President of the United States as NCAA football national champions, but his most recent trip was all business.
The author of the Montgomery-based Southern Poverty Law Center’s (SPLC) recent annual report, which listed several parental rights organizations as “hate groups” along with the Ku Klux Klan and neo-Nazis, met with a Biden administration counterterrorism official in January, according to a report.
I don’t think there’s any group of people in America today under attack like our kids. We must fight for them.
Eighteen years after the disappearance of Mountain Brook teen Natalee Holloway, the suspect in her death has been extradited to Alabama to face charges in connection to the case.
State Rep. Shane Stringer (R-Citronelle) calls the recent death of a man convicted of the 1975 murder of two Mobile County deputies “long overdue.”
Roy Brook, the Alabama man who started the “American Flag Project,” will soon be reunited with his United States flag.
Thursday, immediately following the U.S. Supreme Court's 5-4 ruling declaring the Alabama Legislature's congressional maps unconstitutional, U.S. Rep. Terri Sewell (D-Birmingham) appeared on CNN to declare the decision a win for "black Alabama voters."
Despite a surprising 5-4 Supreme Court of the United States decision against the state of Alabama in its redistricting case, the case is not over, according to Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall.
If you do not want frivolous dumb ethics complaints made against you, don't say dumb unsubstantiated things on the public airwaves.