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Host of Lawmakers Across the State Endorse Kay Ivey for Governor

Forty-five Alabama lawmakers from across the state today endorsed Kay Ivey for Governor, citing her leadership in creating jobs, putting more money back in Alabamians pockets and prioritizing conservative values. A complete list is available below. “From my experience as…

Gubernatorial Candidate Scott Dawson Announces "The Time is Now" Bus Tour

Early Wednesday morning, Scott Dawson announced "The Time is Now" bus tour which will rally grassroots conservative voters by sweeping every corner of the state ahead of the June 5th primary.   Beginning on May 29th, the tour will will involve six days of stops canvassing thirty-seven…

Democratic Candidate Wins ADC Endorsement

  A spokesman for Democratic Candidate for Governor Walt Maddox says he has been endorsed by the Alabama Democratic Conference. He had already been endorsed by the other large black political organizations in the state, The New South Coalition.  …

Civil Rights Pioneer Bruce Boynton Honored

An unheralded pioneer of the civil rights movement is being recognized in his native Alabama. A ceremony will be held May 18 honoring 80-year-old Bruce Carver Boynton of Selma. Boynton is a black man who was arrested for sitting in…

Family of Man Missing More than a Month Pleads for Help

The family of Santonio Daniels, 38, is asking for the public's help to find him. Daniels was last seen on Friday, April 2, 2018 at his residence which is located in the 700 block of Coliseum Boulevard in Montgomery.  Daniels’…

Two killed in wreck

State troopers say two people died in an accident near Uniontown Wednesday Morning:    "A two-vehicle crash at 11:18 a.m. today, May 16, claimed two lives. Sarah lyrene, 70, and Edward Charles Lyrene, 75, both of Northport, were killed when…

Herb Day Celebrates Hops...

Herb lovers held their 21st annual meeting at Old Alabama Town today, and the Internal Herb of the Year ---hops---was a main focus. More information about the Old Alabama Towns Herb Society is here:  http://www.oathsblog.com

Arrest Warrant Issued For Sue Bell Cobb Campaign Manager

An arrest warrant has been issued for a campaign manager for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Sue Bell Cobb. Paul Littlejohn, III, is Cobb's Jefferson County campaign manager, and a registered sex offender. The Jefferson county sheriff's office says it issued the…

One Month Countdown

The Democratic and Republican Parties will elect the candidates to run in November one month from now. The Primary Elections are on June 5th statewide. Voters have to decide the party primary in which they want to vote. The winners…

Alabama Pre-K Program to Add 107 New Classrooms Across 33 Counties

Governor Kay Ivey and the Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education announced on Monday that the state’s First Class Pre-K program will add 107 classrooms to 33 counties this fall. The new classrooms will expand access to Alabama’s high-quality, voluntary pre-kindergarten program…

Confederate Monument Anniversary

Soldiers with the Montgomery Field Artillery attend the ceremony for the laying of the cornerstone of the Confederate Monument on Capitol Hill in Montgomery on April 29, 1886. The first and only President of The Confederacy, Jefferson Davis, attended the…

Constitutional Amendments will be the November Ballot

Secretary of State John Merrill signed four proposed amendments to Alabama's 1901 Constitution. But voters will have the final say. It has already been amended more than 900 times and is the longest state constitution in the United States. Proposed…

Van Hits at Least 8 People in Toronto

Canadian police say a van in Toronto has struck at least 8 people, but that the cause of the incident and the extent of the injuries are not yet known. Authorities say the white van hit the crowd of pedestrians…

Tornadoes Confirmed from Alabama Storms

The National Weather Service confirms at least three tornadoes in Alabama from Sunday storms, and is surveying other parts of southern Alabama and the Florida Panhandle. A storm with estimated winds of 80 mph (130 kph) overturned five recreational vehicles…

Huntsville City Councilman Charged with DUI

 A city councilman in Alabama has been accused of driving under the influence. News outlets report Madison County Jail records show 57-year-old Will Culver was booked into the jail early Sunday morning on a DUI charge. Culver represents Huntsville's District…

New Alabama State Superintendent of Schools Selected

The state school board has selected Dr. Eric Mackey as the new superintendent of schools.  Mackey currently serves as the executive director of School Superintendents of Alabama. Board members voted five to four to…

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