Despite all the anticipation in brings, sometimes Election Day is boring with little actually happening during the daylight hours. Alabama Daily News Publisher Todd Stacy and award-winning political consultant David Mowery have you covered with a new "In the Weeds" podcast full of commentary about all the races on the ballot, plus the constitutional amendment on education governance.
Byrne finds himself in the middle of another high-profile fight as he seeks to win a U.S. Senate seat by first outmatching two better-known Republican rivals in former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions and former Auburn football coach Tommy Tuberville.
In a political landscape where tricky issues can sometimes cause politicians to split hairs on policy, the former football coach and current candidate for U.S. Senate candidate has found a winning formula: be blunt, keep it simple and always pivot back to Donald Trump.
Alabama's state and federal political leaders confirmed Sunday that a Department of Homeland Security facility in Anniston will not be used to quarantine passengers from a cruise ship known to have been home to the spread of COVID-19, better known as the Coronavirus.
Presented by the Yes For The Best Education Committee Good afternoon! I hope everyone has had a safe and fun time celebrating Mardi Gras this weekend. Here’s your Daily News for February 23. 1. Coronavirus patients possibly coming to Anniston News broke yesterday that passengers from the Diamond Princess cruise ship who...