1819 News called and emailed Craft, asking several questions about his position on the decision and about what will happen next. However, he is unable to answer those questions after he said he was advised to wait until a decision is made by the Supreme Court.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and officials on Alabama’s Gulf Coast are preparing for hurricane season.
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.
Whose bed have your boots been under? One South Alabama woman hopes the Coastal Cowgirl Music City AirBnB will be what you choose.
The city of Gulf Shores announced several traffic modifications that will be in place between May 8 and May 25 for the 2023 Hangout Music Festival.
The judge in the case of Baldwin County Bridge Company, LLC v. John R. Cooper, in his official capacity as director of the Alabama Department of Transportation extended a deadline for both parties to submit proposed orders.
A judge could make a decision as early as Friday on whether to halt a bridge project in Baldwin County.
The suspected shooter in a March 27 incident near The Hangout and Gulf Place in Gulf Shores is asking for a reduced bond, claiming he is not a flight risk.
Organizers on the Alabama – Florida line are gearing up for one of the biggest weekends in the area.
A hammerhead shark washed up Thursday on the shores of Orange Beach.
Testimony in the case of Baldwin County Bridge Company, LLC v. John R. Cooper gave a bit of insight into the motivation of the Alabama Department of Transportation’s (ALDOT) director in getting a new bridge built in south Alabama.
Hearings will resume Wednesday in the case of Baldwin County Bridge Company, LLC v. John R. Cooper.
The suspected shooter in a Monday night incident near The Hangout and Gulf Place, in Gulf Shores, has been identified as Rafiq Sh’mare Joel Bradley, 21, of Fairhope.
Gulf Shores police are on the scene of a shooting that took place Monday night at The Hangout on Beach Boulevard.
The entire months of March and April are considered the Spring Break season for Gulf Shores and Orange Beach. City officials are preparing for a busy season this year and want to warn visitors that their goal is to keep everyone safe in a family-friendly environment.
The City of Gulf Shores is looking into ways to restore its beaches after Hurricane Nate caused significant erosion in 2017, followed by Hurricane Sally in 2020 and multiple winter storms in 2022.
The investigation into a possible multi-million dollar illegal sports gambling conspiracy, tax evasion and money laundering scheme could lead to the seizure of 30 properties, many across Alabama, including several that make up the Trussville Entertainment District (TED).
The Alabama Supreme Court affirmed the dismissal of a lawsuit filed by Gulf Shores City Schools (GSCS) asking for a share of a one-cent sales tax that goes to schools in Baldwin County.
The goal is to “make waves,” and if that’s possible for a school system, the Gulf Shores City Schools system has reached that goal. With only three years under its belt, the system is well on its way to being the best in Alabama.
The city council of Gulf Shores passed an ordinance to amend its beach parking ordinance but some business owners said the changes could be bad for business.
Beachgoers could soon see changes to parking in Gulf Shores. The city is considering an amendment to its beach parking ordinance that would increase daily rates, add paid parking in three areas, eliminate some four-hour parking options, and expand paid parking times.
The city of Gulf Shores is moving forward with a plan for a 127-acre Coastal Gateway Community Park and the North/South Connector Road.
One of the last hurdles for beachgoers before arriving at Alabama's Baldwin County beaches is the Intercoastal Waterway.
A coastal Alabama resident urged researchers to examine a strange landscape feature near Mobile Bay. They found a 1,400-year-old canal.
Gulf Shores and Orange Beach tourism achieved record-shattering numbers in 2021 following a weak year due to COVID-19 in 2020. But how did Alabama beaches do in their most popular season this year?
This week is Shark Week, and Gulf State is hosting a week-long event to educate the public about sharks and rays.
July is Parks and Recreation Month, and Parks and Recreation departments around the state plan to use the month to celebrate their parks and the employees that run them.