Aniah’s Law is a constitutional amendment sponsored by State Rep. Chip Brown (R - Mobile) that allows prosecutors and judges broader discretion in requesting and denying bail to those accused of committing violent crimes.
A trailblazer at Huntsville Hospital, Daisy P. Swinton was the first African American ICU Nurse Manager there. A new scholarship is available in her memory to encourage and empower future nursing students.
Lawyers for Toforest Johnson, a man on Alabama’s death row, argued in the Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals that Johnson should receive a new trial because the prosecution failed to disclose evidence favorable to the defense at trial.
Investigators said Bradley and his wife Muthana, of Hoover, who has also expressed her support for ISIS, were arrested while attempting to travel together by cargo ship to the Middle East to join and fight for ISIS.
Attorney General Steve Marshall joined 12 other state attorneys general in filing suit Wednesday to block the Biden administration’s suspension on all future oil and gas leasing and drilling permits on federal lands.
Also, because of declining COVID-19 cases and more people being vaccinated, the ACCS anticipates all community college campuses in the state will resume normal, on-campus operations for the Fall 2021 semester.
The lawsuit alleges that MCSO discriminated against current and former female corrections officers and other similarly situated female employees on the basis of sex, in violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, by subjecting them to a sexually hostile work environment.