Judge Roy Moore weighs-in on attorney general’s race
Opinion | This is why Alabama’s government is broken
Neither gubernatorial candidate has taken any Soros money so far
Republicans outraise Democrats in every key statewide race
Shelby, Jones press Commerce Department to enforce anti-dumping laws to protect American catfish farmers
Brooks warns of potential debilitating national insolvency after deficit jumps 17 percent
Alabama has small but growing immigrant population
Alliance for Retired Americans endorses Lee Auman for US Congress
Trump approves Emergency Disaster Declaration for Alabama counties impacted by Hurricane Michael
Wasyluka slams Butler for not filing statement of economic interests
Opinion | Reading right, left and center
Opinion | The people have a right to know if their attorney general is a cheat
Opinion | Terminal corruption and its accomplices
Opinion | I dare you
Opinion | The last refuge of a scoundrel
Opinion | Maddox accuses Ivey and staff of having used private email accounts
Opinion | Collier’s allegations are not about Ivey’s health — they’re about retaliation
Opinion | Kay Ivey’s official calendar is surprisingly empty
Opinion | Can’t write too much about voting until it’s too late
Opinion | Brett Kavanaugh: Chief Justice Moore 2.0
Opinion | Our HBCUs are at risk – we need to step up to protect them
Opinion | Water infrastructure vital to Alabama’s economy
Opinion | Retiring Republican state senator: Alabama should expand Medicaid
Opinion | Voters beware: Amendment 1 is a wolf in sheep’s clothing
Walt Maddox (D) accused Kay Ivey and members of her Lieutenant Governor’s staff of having used private email accounts. Maddox claimed that according to records currently...
Not that anyone expected him to, but state auditor Jim Zeigler isn’t giving up quietly on his lawsuit claiming the state violated competitive bid laws when...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter Legislation making the Office of Information Technology a stand-alone agency will go into effect on October 1, 2017, but nothing...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter On Friday last, a package was hand-delivered to the State’s Attorney General’s Office containing the results of two investigations into...
By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter MONTGOMERY—Thursday, January 12, 2017, the Alabama Board of Adjustment (BOA), which decides claims against the State of Alabama, elected State...
By Josh Moon Alabama Political Reporter Over the past year, APR has broken a number of prominent, statewide stories. While many of those have been picked...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter Chanting the much-ballyhooed mantra of “streamlining government, transparency and efficiency,” the administration of Governor Robert Bentley and the Republican-controlled State...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter The State Department of Finance will miss its 13th Accounting Period Deadline because the $47 million dollar software program known...
By Chip Brownlee Alabama Political Reporter MONTGOMERY—After a Federal audit of the State’s Finance Department, which has yet to be made public, Governor Robert Bentley announced,...
By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter Wednesday, September 21, a hearing will be held in a lawsuit challenging Gov. Robert Bentley’s (R) controversial $47 million no-bid...