Lawmakers next week will focus on prison construction and funding legislation and two criminal justice reform bills, according to the special session proclamation released by Gov. Kay Ivey.
Last Saturday, 35 people from three different troops gathered for a state park event. During their park visit, the girls learned how to look just a little bit closer at plants, animals and nature in general.
About $15.5 million in pandemic Emergency Rental Assistance had gotten to 2,308 Alabamians as of last week, according to the Alabama Housing Finance Authority, the entity charged with distributing the federal funds.
State lawmakers adopted new legislation to extend terms one additional year. Now, elections will take place in 2025 and will join the municipal contests occurring in Birmingham and Mobile.
Senior Trooper Gregory Corble said the incident happened at 1:20 a.m., five miles south of Glencoe on U.S. 431, approximately at the 246 mile marker.
The event will take place at 12 p.m. Sept. 7 to remember those who have died and honor those who are currently afflicted with the virus. Organizers are encouraging all Alabamians to participate wherever they are that day.
The boating and recreation season on Lake Martin will extend into fall. Alabama Power has announced it will maintain the summer water level on the manmade lake until Oct. 15.
Calhoun County deputies arrested two Jacksonville residents for possession of drugs including fentanyl Thursday afternoon, according to Sheriff Matthew Wade.
During the first public hearing, a town hall at Drake State Community College in Huntsville, Alabamians let lawmakers redrawing voting districts know their wishes.
The bill says parents can opt their children out of mask requirements in K-12 public schools by notifying the school or the local board of education in writing.
Dismukes allegedly took possession of flooring material and other construction material valued at more than $2,500, his June indictment reads.
Multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children, or MIS-C, is a condition where different body parts become inflamed.
The track owners say Alabama loses $700 million a year in tax revenue to surrounding states because it does not allow a lottery, casinos, and sports betting.
Armed with new information about which districts gained and lost residents, the committee redrawing the Alabama House and Senate, Congressional and board of education maps will begin public hearings Wednesday.
The Jacksonville Police Department is seeking information about a suspect caught on surveillance camera entering the Wells Fargo Bank in Jacksonville.