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41 min ago | WTVY Dothan
The AEA says the former governor is profiting from the Alabama Opportunity Scholarship Fund, but Riley says he hasn't received any money in his position as chairman of the organization.
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4 hrs ago | Alabama Live
A group urged Alabama to create an inspection program for the hundreds of dams across the state, most of which they say go unregulated.
9 hrs ago | National Public Radio
In Alabama, Stephen Black is trying to get college graduates to stay in the state and make life better for Alabamans.
13 hrs ago | Alabama Live
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama - An Alabama trade association has announced it is backing Alabama state Rep. Paul DeMarco in the race to fill Alabama's 6th district Congressional seat, which U.S. Rep. Spencer Bachus is vacating at the end of this term.
Monthly insurance premiums and co-pays for Alabama education employees will remain the same for the next school year, after a vote Monday.
Some members of the Alabama Republican Party have apparently adopted a new strategy to influence the citizens of this state.
The wait is over, well sort of over. Gov. Robert Bentley has signed the state education budget for fiscal year 2015, a budget that does not include the two percent pay increase that Bentley has said he wanted for public school teachers and other education personnel.
If a man meet a little mule and he wanna get married to the little mule, as long as he and the little mule get along all right, that's fine with me.
Gov. Robert Bentley ended a week of uncertainty today and said he would sign the 2015 education budget passed by the Legislature even though it does not include the pay raise he sought for educators.
More than 100 people rallied on the Alabama State House steps Wednesday to demand a state representative "pay up" on a $100,000 bet that no one could show him a "whole bunch of whites" in the state who had adopted black children.
The right lane along U.S. 31 northbound near Brookwood Hospital is closed. Drivers can expect the closure to continue through Thursday, Alabama Department of Transportation spokeswoman Linda Crockett said.
Jess Meuse of Slapout continues her quest for the "American Idol" crown. She's among the top eight finalists on the popular reality series.
The Blake Bottom Road bridge was expected to be finished last fall, but nine months later there is still work to be done.
Parents who have adopted children of another race and other adoption advocates rallied outside the Alabama State House today to condemn Rep. Alvin Holmes' remarks last month that white parents rarely adopt black children.