Ivey: state will end extra federal jobless benefits; Lawmakers want another shot at state-owned prison plan; Pipeline officials hope most service will be back by weekend; McConnell readies blitz against Democrats' elections bill; Pfizer COVID-19 shot expanded to US children as young as 12
Legislation to untax Rescue Plan relief may have to wait; Cyberattack on pipeline is linked to gang; McCarthy backs ousting Cheney from No. 3 job; Weak jobs report spurs new arguments over big fed spending; Alex Cejka wins Regions Tradition
Strap in for a day at the State House; Harris: herd immunity possible by mid-summer if vaccine rate increases; Redistricting process starts with contentious first meeting; 'John-shaming' bill advances to the Senate with change; Liz Cheney clings to GOP post as Trump endorses replacement
Storms pound Alabama, flood threat remains; Medical marijuana debate goes into the night; Revamped gambling package goes to House floor; Biden, Ivey: states not using vaccines could lose them; Cheney could be 'toast' in fight with Trump over GOP future
J&J vaccinations resume; Bill would remove barriers, costs for local school projects, but contractors aren't on board; Alabama tourism weathered pandemic better than most states; Bo Bikes Bama marks 10 years with virtual ride
Good afternoon and Happy Sunday!Here’s your Daily News for April 25. 1. Lawmakers to vote on gambling, marijuana and trans bills Alabama legislators in the closing days of the session will face decisions on gambling, medical marijuana as well as legislation that would ban the use of medications to help transgender youth transition. House Speaker...
Charter school bills could move this week; Half of American adults have received at least one COVID-19 shot; Sweet potato now Alabama's official vegetable; New migrant facilities crop up to ease crowding, again; Treasury Department creates office to oversee virus relief