Municipalities limited by “big government” from statehouses.
After legislative restructuring of how Birmingham’s government works, fractures between councilors may be starting to show.
The practice of contract farming now accounts for all the poultry produced in Alabama — but it’s not always good for the farmers.
The Governor’s Office of Minority Affairs signals a recognition of the value of diversity in the state.
Less scorn, more support shown for Islamic believers after highly publicized incidents.
In the wake of efforts by Chief Justice Roy Moore to uphold the ban, various voices speak out against the legality of his actions.
Exploring the uneasy feelings that follow Muslims living in the Bible Belt.
Two encouraging news items for public health in Jefferson County.
A journalist’s firsthand account reveals the already growing connections between Alabama and Cuba.
Governor Bentley's intention to refuse refugees fails to remember the mistakes of the past.
A noted activist was telling it all in Tuscaloosa last week.
Alabama's "leadership" continues to bleed the state's education funding.
The Pursuit of Hippo-ness and Other Documentaries to see at Sidewalk 2015.
The budget debacle in Montgomery may result in decreased funding for education.
Alabama Guard soldiers continue building trust in Romania and showing their presence to the Russians.