Frustration, Confusion mark early vaccine rollout; State houses prepare for possible violence; Judge deems transgender license policy unconstitutional; GOP parrot far-right talk of civil war; Le Fleur: AL’s environment best it’s been
Good morning and Happy Friday! Here’s your Daily News for January 15. 1. Washington locks down ahead of inauguration All through downtown Washington, the primary sound for several blocks was the beeping of forklifts unloading more fencing. The U.S. Capitol, which proved such a soft target last week, was visible only through lines of...
Bama wins it all, again; House speeds toward impeachment, Senate may not meet until inauguration; State House security will include state troopers; CARES funds redirected to shore up unemployment, avoid tax increase; ABC temporarily closes 41 stores
Learning more about the Capitol riot and the rioters; Pelosi attempts to move forward with impeachment; Lawmaker: Local school boards need say in extended school closures; New multi-state agronomy venture based in Decatur;
Ivey: Brooks ‘does not speak’ for all Republicans; AG Marshall asks review of his GOP group’s rally involvement; Alabamians 75 and older, first responders to receive COVID vaccine; State House upgrades in time for session; 2nd GOP senator urges Trump to resign
117th Congress begins; 'I just want to find 11,780 votes': Trump pressures Georgia officials to recalculate election in his favor; Wine, beer home delivery bills coming this session; Likely wasting disease found in 2 more Mississippi counties; 'Mask Up' video contest to show importance of wearing masks
Baker bringing bill to fix teacher retirement imbalances; Pelosi likely speaker again, but vote will be 'tricky'; Restoring longleaf pines, keystone of once vast ecosystems; Nashville bombing spotlights vulnerable voice, data networks; Auburn ignoring upheaval, hoping to beat No. 15 Northwestern
Senate rejects vote on Trump's push for $2K checks; Mo finds his huckleberry: Hawley will join election challenge; Jones in quarantine after wife tests positive for COVID-19; The stories that defined 2020; Will Whatley: To better days ahead
Presented by the Alabama Rural Broadband Coalition Good morning! Here’s your Daily News for Wednesday, December 30. 1. COVID-19 update Alabama ranked sixth on the list of states with the most new COVID-19 cases per capita over the past week, according to Johns Hopkins University. Alabama’s latest average positivity rate — the...