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Some areas of North Alabama are getting a speed boost from the state. Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey announced more than $1 million in grants for... [Read More]
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When Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey took her oath of office January 14, she publicly committed to fixing some problems throughout the Alabama Department of Corrections,... [Read More]
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This afternoon, Gov. Kay Ivey toured the destruction left behind when an EF-2 tornado hit part of Wetumpka on Saturday afternoon. The storm destroyed an... [Read More]
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Gov. Kay Ivey toured the area where a tornado on Saturday destroyed homes and churches near the Coosa River in the heart of Wetumpka. [Read More]
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey is visiting Wetumpka Monday to tour tornado damage. [Read More]
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Gov. Kay Ivey will visit Wetumpka on Monday to tour the damage left behind by a Saturday afternoon tornado. [Read More]
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As Gov. Kay Ivey looks to replace Alabama's troubled state prisons, one option would be to lease facilities built by private developers - a strategy... [Read More]
Monday is Robert E. Lee Holiday in Alabama. It is the perfect day for Gov. Kay Ivey to issue an executive order returning the historical... [Read More]
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Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey's options for replacing state prisons could include leasing facilities built by a private firm. Ivey in her inaugural address Monday said... [Read More]
As Gov. Kay Ivey looks to replace Alabama's troubled state prisons, one option would be to lease facilities built by private developers... [Read More]
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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. -- Veteran Huntsville attorney Patrick Tuten has been named by Gov. Kay Ivey to serve as a district court judge in Madison County. Tuten's... [Read More]
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Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey's options for replacing state prisons could include leasing facilities built by a private firm. Ivey in her inaugural address Monday said... [Read More]
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The administration might pursue a bond issue or a build-lease plan, under which private firms would build the prisons and lease them to the state. [Read More]
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Gov. Kay Ivey's newly formed Governor's Safe Council training task force is now holding sessions around the state with one in Florence today. [Read More]
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In May 2017, Gov. Kay Ivey signed a bill that clarified and defined moral turpitude. However, Secretary of State John Merrill denies he's obligated to... [Read More]
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