The third article looking at candidates for the Republican party nomination to Alabama Senate District 12. Previously interviewed were candidates Wayne Willis and Wendy Ghee Draper. Read the full story
During a McClellan Development Authority meeting Wednesday local officials and stakeholders discussed a $5.2 million water infrastructure project at McClellan that’s been on the back burner for the last decade.
After the ceremony, country music filled the shady area at the Elwell Park where 48 crafters and booth owners sold their goods, greeted old friends and made new ones.
Once they arrived at the hospital, a neurosurgeon spent that day and the next conducting tests, and then he performed a craniotomy to remove a large mass.
JoJo’s Swamp Shack, formerly located in Jacksonville, will open in a new, bigger location Wednesday -- the old Heroes restaurant building on Alabama 21 between Anniston and Jacksonville
Local leaders took another step toward saving the radio system that allows first responders quick, simple communication, though a fix may not soon arrive.
Calhoun County’s mayors gathered at the Oxford Civic Center for State of the Cities, a yearly update on municipal activity organized by the county Chamber of Commerce.
The countywide P25 radio system allows police, fire, EMA, 911 and other organizations to communicate at the flip of a switch.
A singular theme resonated Thursday at commencement ceremonies that shepherded hundreds of Alabama high school seniors into the next phases of their lives: Perseverance.
Motorists who frequent this stretch of Alabama 21 have watched the new intersection take shape, as highway workers paved a path to connect the state route to Veterans Memorial Parkway by extending Iron Mountain Road to the “midway” area between Anniston and Jacksonville.
Gov. Kay Ivey is being asked to veto a bill approved Monday to delay until 2024 a requirement that third grade students who can't read proficiently must repeat the grade.
The Senate on Monday gave final passage to House Bill 137 to create a sexual assault survivor “bill of rights” and set a requirement for how long law enforcement must preserve evidence from sexual assault cases.
In one of its final moves of the 2021 session, the Alabama Legislature Monday ensured that restaurant owners don’t have to pay state income taxes on the newest round of COVID-19 federal relief.
A bill that would have shortened state of emergency orders and given the Legislature a say in extending them died Monday, the final day of the legislative session.
The Alabama Legislature moved to allow city police officers to issue citations for some misdemeanor offenses rather than taking offenders into custody. Senate Bill 59 now goes to Gov. Kay Ivey.
Gov. Kay Ivey on Monday signed Senate Bill 46, which outlines the usage of medical marijuana along with its regulation and distribution. The law goes into effect immediately.
Lawmakers quietly gave final approval to a bill seeking more legislative oversight of government agencies’ spending, including that of the executive branch. But it didn’t pass in time to avoid a possible veto.
As the state’s plan to lease new mega-prisons hit another apparent roadblock Monday, more lawmakers appear ready for the state to instead borrow money to construct its own new facilities.
The Alabama Legislature gave final approval this week to a bill creating a new state authority to oversee the expansion of high-speed broadband internet services throughout the state.
Alabama could reach herd immunity from COVID-19 by mid-summer, the state's top doctor told lawmakers on Wednesday. But it could take longer if the vaccine rate continues to decrease.