The Montgomery County District Attorney is voicing his concerns about dangerous criminals being able to work out in the community but the Department of Corrections is firing back, saying that the workMore >> The Montgomery County District Attorney is voicing his concerns about dangerous criminals being able to work out in the community but the Department of Corrections is firing back, saying that the work release program saves the state millions of dollars.More >> A group of Alabama citizens are inside the Alabama Capitol building, according to a statement from state senator Hank Sanders (D-Selma), and say they do not intend to leave the premises.More >> Seven protesters were arrested Thursday night after refusing to leave the Alabama State Capitol building after it closed, according to Anna Morris, a spokesperson for the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency.
At long last, football season is here! High school games kick off Thursday and college gameday is Saturday.Here in Alabama every year around this time, people gear up for the tailgates, food, and of course,More >> The action on the gridiron leads to big money for businesses and the city of Montgomery.More >> An outdoor learning lab at Coosada Elementary School in Millbrook has created a science lesson no one planned to teach.As many as 12 snakes have been spotted over the last week. In the hall and even sunbathingMore >> An outdoor learning lab at Coosada Elementary School in Millbrook has created a science lesson no one planned to teach.More >> The strategically positioned southeastern Ukraine town of Novoazovsk appears firmly under the control of Russia-backed separatists as concerns grow about the opening of a new front in the Ukraine conflict.More >> Ukraine accused Russia on Thursday of entering its territory with tanks, artillery and troops, and Western powers said Moscow had "outright lied" about its role and dangerously escalated the conflict.More >>
updated August 15, 6:40 p.m.
Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore Alabama associate justices meet concerning Chief Justice Roy Moore's decision. And, as supporters of Chief Justice Moore gather in Montgomery for Saturday's rally, a nationally known lawyer and advocate of the Ten Commandments says he is not sure the judge's actions were the best course of action.
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The monument must be moved and if it is not, it could cost Alabama taxpayers thousands of dollars.
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November 18, 5:45 p.m.
Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore has 30 days to remove the controversial Ten Commandments Monument from the state Judicial Building. He says he will appeal the ruling.More >>
November 18, 5:50 p.m.
It appears Chief Justice Roy Moore will appeal the recent ruling requiring the ten commandments monument be removed from the state judicial building. If he does, the legal fees could reach into the millions of dollars. More >> The controversy over the Ten Commandments thrust Justice Roy Moore into the national spotlight years ago. More >>
last updated August 22, 10:25 a.m.
Chief Justice Roy Moore has been temporarily suspended with pay and removed as Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court. Prayers for mercy could not persuade the commission not to forward the complaint to the Court of the Judiciary.
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September 16, 11:00 p.m.
Roy Moore is taking his batter over religion in government to a national stage. Alabama's now-suspended chief justice said today he is offering his Ten Commandments monument to Congress for display in the US Capitol.More >>
updated August 21, 5:00 a.m.
Wednesday was a day of peaceful protest, but the day was not without excitement as individuals determined to protect the Ten Commandments found themselves in the Montgomery County jail.More >>
August 20, 5:24 a.m.
The deadline to remove the Ten Commandments monument from the rotunda of the state's judicial building is drawing near and supporters of Judge Roy Moore are prepared for a long day of prayer and petition. Meanwhile, the attorney general weighs in again on the issue.More >>
August 16, 4:35 p.m.
Judge Roy Moore received an enthusiastic welcome at a rally attended by thousands Saturday morning.Audio and picture gallery included More >>