Judge Delays Decision on Whether Ed May Remains Fairfield’s Mayor, Orders May to Include Council in His Lawsuit
The question of who is Fairfield’s rightful mayor won’t be answered definitively any time soon, as Circuit Court Judge Pat Ballard ordered Ed May II, who was elected mayor, to add members of the City Council to his suit against the Jefferson County Personnel Board.
The number of new teachers coming out of education colleges and programs in Alabama fell by about 40 percent comparing 2010-2011 and 2015-2016, according to the latest available federal data. The decrease could be worse nearly three years later.
By Hank Black The Alabama Power Co. announcement that it will retire its three coal-fired units at the William Crawford Gorgas Electric Generating Plant on April 15 is just the latest blow to coal power as economic realities pile up on the industry. In the past four years, Alabama Power has reduced its coal-fired units […]
PowerSouth CEO Blames ‘Extremist Environmental Ideology’ for Shuttering a Coal-Fired Plant in South Alabama
One of Alabama’s oldest coal-fired power plants will close next year. PowerSouth Energy Cooperative’s chief executive blamed the closure on “extremist environmental ideologies” and “environmental activists” in announcing that the Charles R. Lowman electrical generation plant on the Tombigbee River would be shuttered.
Danny Carr didn’t stammer as he provided closing thoughts to a gathering Thursday night in downtown Birmingham. The Jefferson County district attorney was making a point to reduce the deaths of young African-American men and boys.
Birmingham Council Supports Renaming CrossPlex for Langford, Question Parker’s Bid to Bring Oakland Raiders to Legion Field
Mayor Randall Woodfin and members of the Birmingham City Council announced Tuesday that they would support changing the name of the Birmingham CrossPlex to honor former Mayor Larry Langford, who died last month.
A NASA Engineer Tells 6-Year-Old Nephew To Aim High
Protector Of N.H. Primary Claims ‘You Can’t Hack This Pencil,’ But Worries Persist
Actress Annabella Sciorra Testifies That Harvey Weinstein Raped Her
Pharmaceutical Executive John Kapoor Sentenced To 66 Months In Prison In Opioid Trial
Trump Administration Targets ‘Birth Tourism’ With New Visa Rule
Holocaust Survivor Returning To Auschwitz: ‘It’s Like Going To The Family Cemetery’
Supreme Court Could Be Headed To A Major Unraveling Of Public School Funding
Federal Government May Tighten Restrictions On Service Animals On Planes
Chinese Authorities Begin Quarantine Of Wuhan City As Coronavirus Cases Multiply
New Jersey Mandates Severance Pay For Workers Facing Mass Layoffs
Amtrak Reverses Course On $25,000 Bill
Utah Becomes Latest State To Ban Discredited LGBTQ ‘Conversion Therapy’
Architect Of CIA’s Torture Program Says It Went Too Far