Hubbard lawyer says Gov. Ivey has a job for him
Ivey announces Carpenter Technology Corporation plans for Alabama Emerging Technology Center
Jones testifies before International Trade Commission on negative impact of newsprint tariffs
Palmer: “Vladimir Putin is a bad man”
Alabama Clean Fuels Coalition holds workshop on propane alternatives
Attorney General Steve Marshall defeats Troy King for GOP nomination
Will Ainsworth captures GOP nomination for lieutenant governor, toppling Twinkle Cavanaugh
Roby thanks Trump, Pence for helping her defeat Bright
Sewell, LaHood introduce bipartisan bill to strengthen ambulance services, combat fraud
After Trump-Putin Summit, Byrne says Russia is an adversary
Roby beats Bright again
Knight, Holmes are defeated in Montgomery
Bill Baxley endorses Joseph Siegelman
A move to reunify BCA is underway
The fix was in
Opinion | BCA takes out the trash, finally
Opinion | No, Mr. Marshall, it’s you
Ethics Review Committee is a long con
Opinion | Alabama voters: You just don’t care
Opinion | Alabama: The confused state
Opinion | Inside the Statehouse: Potpourri/Notebook from June 5 primary
Opinion | The anti-American American president
Opinion | Our duty to refugees
Opinion | Americans are better off now
Opinion | Pro-Life Movement momentum is strong
Opinion | Gerald Dial is a steady hand for Alabama
Opinion | Sez you, Nikki Haley
Opinion | Groups, initiatives align under AlabamaWorks! success plus
The family of a 3-year-old who died last year after falling into an unsecured grease trap at an Auburn ice cream shop has filed a lawsuit...
A piece of legislation that would have implemented a method to track racial profiling data in police stops didn’t make it out of this year’s legislative...
A controversial bill that would exempt a class of “economic development professionals” from having to register with the state as lobbyists appears to have made it...
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...
There was no irony in the Alabama House of Representatives on Thursday evening. Oh, several members of the House billed it as such, when the Republican-dominated...
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...
A bill that would place a referendum on November’s ballot to drastically redefine the role of the lieutenant governor and strip many of the position’s responsibilities...
On my Scott Beason Radio program this past Monday, a regular contributor mentioned that a bill to eliminate payday lending had passed the Alabama Senate, and...
During a hearing on Wednesday to discuss the controversial economic development bill, HB317, not a soul present addressed the critical problem with the bill — the...
By Chip Brownlee Alabama Political Reporter The Alabama Senate on Tuesday approved a bill by Sen. Gerald Dial, R-Lineville, that would authorize a state referendum on...