Five of the six statewide amendments on Alabama’s ballot passed Tuesday.
Trump won Alabama overwhelmingly Tuesday night over Democrat Joe Biden.
Tommy Tuberville will serve as the next U.S. senator from Alabama. He'll serve alongside current U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby.
Voters are turning out Tuesday to vote in the 2020 general election.
Sen. Doug Jones, who is up for reelection on Tuesday, says the platform of his opponent, Republican Tommy Tuberville, has mostly been copied from President Trump.
Your guide to the 2020 Election.
Today, Thursday, Oct. 29, is the last day to apply for an absentee ballot.
Birmingham's Roebuck neighborhood is getting a new grocery store in an effort to reduce food deserts in the city.
Here are a few dos and don'ts at the polls this Election Day.
The city could sell six parking decks, the proceeds from which could help offset a significant budget shortfall sparked by the pandemic.
This was the first of three public hearings scheduled to review ADEM's permits detailing how coal ash will be managed at various power plants.
The software could include facial recognition technology.
The school system will return to a blended model of instruction, though many families still prefer virtual learning.
A record number of people in Alabama have applied for and cast absentee ballots ahead of the November 3 election.
Officials note a 99.9% response rate for Alabama. What's behind that number is tricky.
To vote absentee you must now provide a photo ID and have the signatures of two witnesses or a notary.
It was a working weekend of those in the clerk’s office as they set the stage for what they hope is a more efficient processing of in-person absentee voters.
The city of Birmingham's newly passed 2021 fiscal budget is nearly $50 million smaller than last year. Among the numerous budget cuts was funding to external nonprofits.
The Birmingham City Council approved Mayor Randall Woodfin’s proposed 2021 city budget this week. The $412 million budget includes nearly 250 indefinite furloughs with more than half coming from the city’s library system.
Pearl Slay is one of more than 2,300 Alabamians who have died from COVID-19.
Protesters gathered outside Birmingham City Hall on Tuesday morning, but they weren’t allowed to speak at the City Council meeting going on three stories above them.
A proposal to close 12 of Birmingham's recreation centers is facing pushback by city council members.
A proposed budget for the city of Birmingham wants to cut funding to the Birmingham Public Library for the third time.
Dauphin Island was hard hit by Hurricane Sally causing flooding on the already nearly two mile wide island. But the effects of climate change on the island have been taking place for years.
Voters return to the polls next month for municipal runoffs around Jefferson County.
The number of people hospitalized in Alabama for COVID-19 has dropped to less than half the peak figure of more than a month ago.
Jefferson County commissioners are set Thursday to consider a budget that would include $1.485 million for a one-time longevity payment to each county employee.
Jefferson County's attorney filed a motion yesterday asking that the county be removed from its consent decree.
The city of Birmingham's proposed 2021 budget has faced criticism for funding cuts including those for the city's school system, libraries and social services.
Solar power users in Alabama will see a new fee after a vote by the Alabama Public Service Commission this morning.
The Birmingham Board of Education voted Monday to make Mark Sullivan the superintendent of the school district.
The city and the library board are at odds over whether the mayor has the right to furlough hundreds of employees.