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Alabama was represented at Wednesday's "Audit the IRS" rally in Washington. Thousands gathered to protest the targeting of conservative groups.
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A 19-year-old woman has been arrested on kidnapping charges in Texas for allegedly taking a baby from Birmingham .
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An small area around the Dothan Police Department was closed Wednesday morning because of a suspicious package in the parking lot.
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The Alabama Accountability Act will open school choice to thousands of students attending so-called "failing schools," but thousands more could lose that option at the start of the next school year.
Alabama's Department of Revenue determined the state's new private school tax credits don't apply to students who are already in private schools, even if they live in zones where failing public schools operate.
Who knew that a beauty pageant could be brimming with so much socio-political insight? The Miss USA pageant on Sunday gave us not one, but two, remarkable observations on the state of the Union.
Gov. Robert Bentley says he plans to reinstate merit raises starting Jan. 1. State employees got their last merit raises and cost-of-living raises in late 2008.
State Treasurer Young Boozer said he and those in his office have worked with state lawmakers to save the state millions, but he said there is more work to be done and he will run for the office again in 2014.
The Alabama Department of Education on Tuesday morning will release the list of the state's "failing" schools where parents will be eligible for tax credits to help pay tuition at a private school or non-failing public school.
The Alabama Department of Transportation says they will begin roadwork on Alabama 123 from the Hartford city limits through Wicksburg to US 84. The work will involve resurfacing and pavement widening.
Two deaths and five hospitalizations last month of patients at a dialysis center here have no common thread tying them together, and the Bessemer Kidney Center will be allowed to re-open, a state health official said today.
But when the Alabama Department of Transportation makes its decisions on funding road projects, it boils down to a simple question.
Lighting repairs along U.S. 31 -- also known as the Elton B. Stephens Expressway or the Red Mountain Expressway -- will require lane closures during the next month, according to the Alabama Department of Transportation.
Alabama Board of Education member Mary Scott Hunter of Huntsville is considering entering the Republican race for governor and plans to decide by the end of summer.
Texas Governor Rick Perry is joined by Reagan Bohac, whose father, Rep. Dwayne Bohac of Houston, who drafted the state's new "Merry Christmas Bill," at the law's signing last week.
A strong economic case has been made for why Alabama should make Medicaid health coverage available to more of our citizens.