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Shrimp season partially closes in Mississippi, Alabama

The closure took effect just after midnight. But in other areas the shrimping season continues.

Lawsuit challenges Alabama voting rules during pandemic

The lawsuit asks a federal judge to require Alabama to waive those requirements. It also seeks to require Alabama to offer curbside voting.

Ivey allows beaches, retail stores to open with limits

Ivey said a 'Safer at Home' order will take effect Thursday evening when the current stay-home order expires.

Alabama jobless rate up substantially to 3.5%

Statistics released by the state on Friday show the state's jobless rate has increased in March from the record-low 2.7% in February.

Former Alabama speaker’s ethics conviction partly overurned

The all-Republican court overturned five counts but upheld six others against the once-powerful Republican speaker.

Senate to debate medical marijuana bill

The bill is on the proposed debate agenda in the Alabama Senate.

Alabama inmate set to die for slayings of 3 police officers

Woods and Kerry Spencer were sentenced to death in the slaying of three Birmingham police officers in 2004.

Sessions, Tuberville head to runoff in Alabama Senate race

Awaiting the runoff winner in November is the Democratic incumbent Doug Jones.

Senate advances bill to trim death penalty appeals

The proposal drew criticism from a defense lawyer who said inmates have been exonerated but those cases took years

Medical marijuana bill clears Alabama Senate committee

The Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a public hearing on the bill Wednesday morning and could take a vote.

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