“We’ve been at this for almost a year,” said Rep. Paul Beckman, R-Prattville, a member of the House Judiciary Committee. “We need to get moving.”
Ledbetter’s road to the White House began years earlier when she sued over gender pay discrimination that occurred when she worked at the Goodyear tire plant in Gadsden.
More than 300 livestock farmers in the area have already applied for such aid through the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Livestock Forage Program.
“We think this is a unique opportunity to showcase the city of Talladega to a worldwide audience.” -- City Manager Patrick Bryant
Twenty five percent more people died in car wrecks statewide in 2016 compared to the year before, according to traffic data released Tuesday by the University of Alabama’s Center for Advanced Public Safety.
LINCOLN -- The family of a Lincoln couple found dead at their home last week has started a gofundme account to help with funeral expenses.
As the number of black bear sightings increase, Munford students have joined efforts to collect data as experts assure residents there’s nothing to worry about.
In five days Barack Obama will become a former president. History will decide whether he’s the cool, professorial reformer many in the press seemed to see, or the far-seeing peacemaker the Nobel committee lauded, or the ominous figure depicted in a thousand red-state political ads.
The city of Anniston will get a $496,375 grant from the National Park Service to restore and preserve the former Greyhound bus station made famous by the civil rights activists known as the Freedom Riders, the park service announced Thursday.
RAGLAND -- The St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a shooting that occurred late Tuesday night involving a grandfather and grandson.
LINCOLN -- Members of the Lincoln City Council during their meeting Tuesday unanimously approved a Sunday alcohol sales resolution.
TALLADEGA -- A Goodwater man facing capital murder charges in Talladega has asked to be tried as a youthful offender.
PELL CITY -- The Pell City Council on Monday night unanimously approved vacating rights-of-way on property that developers plan to use for constructing a new car dealership.
Three weeks before state workers discovered a 250,000-gallon oil leak on the Colonial Pipeline in Shelby County, the cash-strapped Alabama Department of Environmental Management declared its plan to back out of the spill-response business.
He argues that the posts were not intended to be public, that he has a guaranteed right to free speech and that other people, particularly black officers, have not been disciplined for insensitive posts.
ST. CLAIR COUNTY -- The St. Clair County Sheriff's Office is investigating a shooting on Interstate 20 westbound near the Moody area. The incident took place around noon Saturday, Jan. 7.
The nonprofit health insurance company, with 2.9 million customers in Alabama and other states, dropped CVS from one of its “pharmacy networks” at the start of the year, a change that will affect 390,000 of the company’s customers.
Make-A-Wish Alabama’s first Trailblaze Challenge fundraiser, culminating in a 26.3 mile endurance hike in the Talladega National Forest, is set to begin with informational meetings Jan. 23 through Feb. 11.
For the past two years, the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency has used the service Geofeedia, even though many social media companies severed ties with the company months ago, citing privacy concerns.