Bill would change state's grand jury secrecy laws; Biden releases budget; Trump goes after Pence, McConnell in speech to party donors; Unusual treatment shows promise for kids with brain tumors; Matsuyama wins Masters
AL Mask order ends but some cities and schools continue; Affair derails Merrill’s political hopes; Speaker McCutcheon: Reps divided over trans bill; Virus recovery funds to promote tourism; Labor tires to regroup after Amazon loss
Busy day, week ahead in the State House; Poll: workers concerned about transportation, childcare, benefits; Biden infrastructure plan could avoid filibuster; McConnell warns corporations of political 'bullying'; Baylor dominates Zags to win it all
‘Essential business’ bill goes to governor; House passes alcohol delivery bills; Lawmakers criticize, delay $1.5M prison PR contract; State to begin vaccinating prison inmates; US employers add 916,000 jobs in March as hiring accelerates
What happened at the State House; Attorneys general sue Biden admin over stimulus tax rule; Strike set for Alabama coal mines barring late agreement; High court sympathetic to college athletes in NCAA dispute; Bradley lands Martha Roby
More weather coming through; All you need to know about Mo; Alabama, other states sue to undo Biden pause on oil & gas lease sales; New study triples estimate of red snapper in Gulf; Report: Bald eagle populations soar in lower 48 states
Senator looking for fix on tax-filing interest issue; Bills would limit cities' gas tax spending; Lawmakers express frustration over delay in Census redistricting data; Slower mail, fewer office hours part of Postal Service plans; AstraZeneca accused of cherry-picking vaccine study data
Bill seeks changes to visitation policies; With virus aid in sight, Democrats debate filibuster changes; Cuomo defiant as top Dems turn against him; Five key takeaways from the February jobs report; Will Whatley: What would Lincoln do?
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...