State Board of Education picks Eric Mackey to lead Department of Education
Alabama executes 83-year-old Walter Moody for 1989 murder of federal judge
State Board of Education to select new superintendent today
Bogus endorsement causes controversy in Dem governor’s race
State Rep. Chris England endorses Walt Maddox
Jim Bridenstine confirmed as NASA administrator
Former First Lady Barbara Bush dies at 92
Sen. Doug Jones co-sponsors bipartisan legislation to address opioid crisis
On Tax Day, Shelby praises GOP tax cuts but calls for a flat tax
EJI’s National Memorial for Peace and Justice to open next week in Montgomery
Rusty Jessup campaigns for House District 30
GOP gubernatorial candidates hold debate in Birmingham
Walt Maddox proposes Opioid Crisis Plan
Opinion | The black hand behind Perry Hand
Opinion | Hey Batter, Batter: Taunting Ivey over debates is a silly thing
Opinion | Court of Criminal Appeals continues its failure to rule in Hubbard case
Opinion | Bentley left office one year ago today. Still, rogues and scoundrels remain
Will Gov. Ivey unmuzzle Hart and Albritton?
Opinion | The Pulitzer Prize: The Good Journalism Seal of Approval
Opinion | Inside the Statehouse: Races to watch
Opinion | Hot buttons worth pressing
Opinion | Inside the Statehouse: A look at our current congressional delegates
Opinion | If they won’t debate, they don’t deserve your vote
Opinion | The push for a balanced budget
Opinion | Vengeful Alabama to kill 83-year-old man
Opinion | How we can make our schools safer
Opinion | Answering Alabama’s infrastructure needs in the 21st Century
Opinion | Kay Ivey: One year in, serving Alabama
A provision added to the House version of a bill to increase penalties for the trafficking and distribution of Fentanyl could inadvertently increase civil penalties for a...
House Bill 317, a controversial piece of legislation that has received pushback from both sides of the aisle and prompted threats of a filibuster, never made...
Previously thought to be dead for this legislative session, a massive rewrite of Alabama’s juvenile justice statutes surfaced in the Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday, again raising...
Two other states have nitrogen hypoxia listed as a method of execution in the state law books, but Alabama would be the first to offer it...
A bill that would license many more currently unregulated religious day care facilities in the state has been signed into law by the governor. The governor’s spokesperson said...
A bill that would have allowed teachers to be armed in classrooms across the state is dead for this session. The bill, sponsored by Guntersville Republican...
The Alabama House of Representatives on Tuesday gave final passage to a bill that would establish more severe penalties for those found guilty of obstructing an investigation...
Doug Jones delivered his first speech on the floor of the U.S. Senate, calling on lawmakers to enhance background checks and close purchasing loopholes
The bill would bump funding from last year's levels of $244.7 million to $279.6 million this year
A bill that would create a new class of individuals dubbed “economic development professionals” and essentially exempt them from lobbying provisions in the state’s ethics laws...