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1 hr ago | WTVY Dothan
Next month..., the Samson City Council will seek bids on the first of three downtown sidewalk projects.
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3 hrs ago | WAFF-TV Huntsville
The Alabama's Sheriff's Association came out against the bill that would allow people to carry loaded guns in their vehicles without the need for a concealed carry permit, if it passes into law.
3 hrs ago | Alabama Live
In 2008 a bipartisan state panel found the conditions at Tutwiler Prison for Women to be "deplorable" and "inhumane" and looked forward to plans to tear it down and replace it the following year.
4 hrs ago | Alabama Live
After all, the company that is now Alabama's largest brewery started brewing its beer before it even had its own brewery - working an arrangement with Lazy Magnolia Brewing Co.
5 hrs ago | Alabama Live
On Thursday, the Legislature gave final approval to a bill by Senate President Pro Tem Del Marsh to exempt from new regulations barbers who have been cutting hair at least 10 years.
7 hrs ago | Jurist
The bill is being pushed by the Alabama Department of Corrections [official website], and passed [AP report] the House by a vote of 77-19.
7 hrs ago | Alabama Live
The Alabama Farmers Market has issued an easy to use, state-wide map of every Farmers market in the state.
8 hrs ago | Alabama Live
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Parker Griffith before speaking to the Downtown Democratic Club in Birmingham at a luncheon at the Harbert Center on Thursday, March 6, 2014.
12 hrs ago | WIAT-TV Birmingham
The Alabama Department of Transportation listed the meeting as taking place Thursday, it will instead be held on Tuesday evening, March 11th.
13 hrs ago | The Montgomery Advertiser
In the past few weeks of the Alabama Legislature, we have heard debate on everything from reciting a government-written prayer to posting the Ten Commandments in public schools and on government property.
The State of Alabama promised paid tuition for families' hard-earned dollars through the Alabama Prepaid Affordable College Tuition program, also known as PACT.
Alabama legislators passed several restrictive abortion bills this week, including one that could mean felony charge against any doctor performing such a procedure on a woman who'd been pregnant as little as six weeks.
An Alabama woman accused of killing her baby son 10 years ago in Allentown wants the statements she made to police in Alabama kept out of her Lehigh County homicide trial.
House members voted 77-19 for the bill being sought by the Alabama Department of Corrections.
The Alabama House of Representatives has approved a bill to keep the manufacturers and suppliers of lethal injection drugs confidential.
During the heated debate, Rep. Holmes said, "Ninety-nine percent of all of the white people in here are going to raise their hand that they are against abortion."
In 2014, AL.com is looking beyond political battle lines to examine how the Affordable Care Act is affecting the cost, availability and quality of health care in Alabama.
L og and clapboard churches were among the most important buildings in the Alabama Territory in the early to mid-1800s.