Good afternoon and Happy Valentine’s Day!Here’s your Daily News for Sunday, February 14. 1. Trump acquitted, denounced in second impeachment trial Donald Trump was acquitted of inciting the horrific attack on the U.S. Capitol, concluding a historic impeachment trial that spared him the first-ever conviction of a current or former U.S. president but exposed the fragility of...
Session starts with caution, big bills; Marsh steps down, Reed steps into Pro Tem role; Ivey touts prison plan, urges transparent gambling debate; Changes sought to Habitual Offender Act; What's on tap today at the State House
Ivey to sign prison lease deal, lawmakers bristle at higher cost revelation; AL expanding vaccine eligibility despite lack of doses; COVID protocols limiting public access to legislative session; GOP lawmakers urge Biden to meet with them on virus relief
Ivey to propose pay raises; State health officer on vaccine: 'Not enough to go around'; J&J 1-dose shot prevents COVID-19, but is less effective; Cutting edge health tech making a difference in rural Alabama, but funding is uncertain; Incentives bill filed
General Fund looks okay, law enforcement agencies ask for funds; Mental health services in schools improving, more help needed; Alabama becomes latest state to detect COVID-19 variant; The latest from Washington; First look at Medical Marijuana bill
Images, stories tell of tornado's destructive path; At education budget hearing, talk of pay raises, focus on literacy, COVID-19 fallout; Long-awaited incentives package to be filed as session nears; Feds boosting vaccine deliveries amid complaints of shortages; The latest from Washington
White House, Congress begin talks on COVID relief; Impeachment articles to be transmitted, GOP opposed; Report: Improvements needed in state's suicide prevention efforts; State launches Alabama Family Central website; Remembering Hammerin' Hank
Supply issues hinder vaccine efforts, Harris explains gaps in distribution; 2 in 5 Americans live where COVID strains hospital ICUs; For Lloyd Austin, racism challenge is personal; In first days, Biden flashes action; Hank Aaron, baseball’s one-time home run king, dies at 86