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House Minority Ldr Daniels calls for a grocery tax holiday

With the prices of groceries rising in Alabama and across the country, some lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are pushing to suspend...

Newly-formed University of Alabama director role to strengthen industry partnerships

The University of Alabama has established a new director role within its Office for Research and Economic Development (ORED) aimed at developing partnerships with...

Revolutionary grass developed at Auburn taking root at exclusive golf courses

A revolutionary variety of grass developed in Auburn University’s College of Agriculture has recently taken root at some exclusive golf courses around the nation...

ALEA issues reminder of adherence to motor safety protocols near school zones

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) recently issued a reminder for motor vehicle operators to adhere to safety protocols near schools as students return...

State Treasurer Young Boozer: ‘The state of Alabama is financially healthy right now’

With revenue increasing and money poured in from the federal government, the state of Alabama is still in great shape financially, according to State...

University of Alabama to train needed workforce for water operations and forecasting

The University of Alabama has been awarded $3 million from the National Science Foundation to establish a unique hydrologic science research and training program for graduate students. The NSF Research...

Auburn University grads become two of youngest licensed architects in U.S.

Tate Lauderdale and Hunter Swatek are friends, co-workers and 2021 graduates of Auburn University’s School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture (APLA). They have one more...

New infrastructure near NWS station likely cause of record July temperature readings, UAH scientist says

Additions of heat-capturing infrastructure around the National Weather Service (NWS) weather station at Huntsville International Airport are likely the cause for temperature data that...

Bessemer’s aerospace and aviation charter school set to open

Alabama Aerospace and Aviation High School (AAHS), a new, free public charter school dedicated to educating the aviation and aerospace leaders of tomorrow, is...

1818 Farms celebrates a decade of success, new partnership with BloomTV

Located in historic Mooresville, Alabama, 1818 Farms celebrated its 10-year business anniversary this past week with friends, family and associates that have contributed to...

Regions Bank named ‘Best Place to Work for Disability Inclusion’ for second consecutive year

Last week, Regions was awarded the highest possible score of 100 on the 2022 Disability Equality Index (DEI), the leading nonprofit resource for business...

Dylan Smith tapped to serve as editor of Yellowhammer News

After one year of service as staff writer for Yellowhammer News, Dylan Smith has been selected to lead Yellowhammer Multimedia's flagship website as editor. The...

Coca-Cola UNITED president and CEO John Sherman retires

John Sherman, president and CEO of Coca-Cola Bottling Company United, Inc. (UNITED) since 2016, retired on Sunday. His retirement marks the end of a more...

South Alabama’s Whiddon College of Medicine welcomes largest class

The Frederick P. Whiddon College of Medicine at the University of South Alabama welcomed its largest-ever incoming class, 80 members of the Class of...

Former 911 building is being repurposed for Madison County Sheriff’s training center

The former Madison County 911 Dispatch building has been vacant for two years, but it will be finding a new life soon and will...

Multiple Alabama colleges evacuated after receiving bomb threats

Authorities are investigating bomb threats that were received by several collegiate institutions throughout the state of Alabama on Wednesday. Auburn University, Jefferson State Community College...

Samford, UAB form partnership for students’ futures in pharmacy

A partnership between Samford University’s McWhorter School of Pharmacy and the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Master of Science Program in Multidisciplinary Biomedical Science...

13-year-old Alena Analeigh, future UAB med student, details academic journey

Alena Analeigh, a resident of Texas's greater Fort Worth area, was recently accepted to the University of Alabama at Birmingham's Heersink School of Medicine...

Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle: ‘We feel very confident’ U.S. Space Command is still coming to Redstone Arsenal

Since it was announced that U.S. Space Command would be relocated to Huntsville, members of Colorado's congressional delegation have criticized the move. Despite that...

Birmingham’s World Games makes donation to Ukraine athletes

Last Sunday, on the final day of competition for The World Games, a formal check presentation was made hours before the closing ceremony at...

Nominate a 2022 Alabama Woman of Impact

Every year, Yellowhammer Multimedia honors 20 women who have made a significant impact in the state of Alabama. This event is a celebration of strong...

Cavanaugh slams Biden climate edict — ‘He’s clueless’

President Joe Biden on Wednesday announced that he would bypass Congress and take executive action over what he termed “a climate crisis.” Alabama Public Service...

Guilty pleas mount in case of Mobile Chinese restaurant employing illegal workers

For nearly eight years, federal agents investigated a case involving a Chinese restaurant in Mobile over suspicions that it was employing and housing illegal...

Samford grad Ted Alling elected to Coca-Cola UNITED board of directors

Entrepreneur and Vestavia Hills native Ted Alling has been elected to the Coca-Cola Bottling Company United, Inc. board of directors. Claude B. Nielsen, chairman of...