Dan Morris has his signature show on Newstalk 93.1FM and provides a unique perspective on how politics and current events effect his audience.
Federal investigators are trying to figure out who made a wave of bomb threats across the U.S. and parts of Canada. It turned out to be an elaborate extortion hoax
Police in Indiana credit a phone tip for helping thwart a potential mass shooting at a school
A California lawmaker accused of child cruelty is speaking out, saying he intended to discipline his 7-year-old daughter with a spanking.
On ‘Fox & Friends,’ Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen assures that public safety is her top priority and gives an update on the current status of the caravan at the border.
New information ties President Trump to his campaign’s efforts to silence women who claim they had sex with him more than a decade ago.
Smart home devices are becoming more popular. It’s estimated there are now more than one billion internet-connected devices in homes across North America
Diamond and Silk say that Rep. Nancy Pelosi’s comments are out of touch that government employees need a paycheck not border wall funding.
CBS confirms it paid a secret $9.5 million settlement to actress Eliza Dushku this year after she accused the star of CBS’ “Bull” of harassment.
Legal expert Jonathan Turley slammed President Trump’s former personal attorney Michael Cohen, saying he has “betrayed everyone.”
Child abuse suspects Danielle Nicole Martin, Joshua Daniel Martin, and Vickie Seale Higginbotham made their first appearance in Autauga County District Court Monday.
Bass was responding to an emergency call in October 2016 when he crashed into another car, killing 52-year-old Elaine Merritt. He wasn’t initially charged with manslaughter but was indicted in July 2017.
Superintendent argues games such as target tag, kickball and musical chairs can cause emotional and physical harm to children.
All sorts of things, your state information, your election data, it is stored on state computer networks and there are hackers trying to gain that information.
Tuesday Aug. 28, there will be a special election to select a new member for city council district four. By now, all of the registered voters in that district should have received their voter information cards.
This summer, Montgomery Regional Airport added two new destinations for their travelers to visit.
Five women are wanted by multiple law enforcement agencies around Alabama
Blount County school system to become one of the first to act on a new law allowing the ‘In God We Trust’ motto to be displayed on school property.
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President Trump says he would “love” to see a government shutdown over the immigration reform he wants. Congressional leaders want to settle the funding issue before they get to immigration and border security.
Something overcame them, grabbed them and turned them into something else during the 2016 election campaign. They devolved into political animals.
Gov Ivey made the list. The people like what we are doing. Republican Governors are solving problems and addressing needs.
Another government corruption investigation may be in the works for Alabama. Several state lawmakers have received subpoenas from a grand jury.
Napolitano addresses the confusion over the change in language to the White House version of the Nunes surveillance memo.
Democrats greeted much of the state of the union with dissent or stony silence. A CBS News poll shows 3 out of 4 Americans who saw the SOTU approve of the president’s message.
This is his first radio interview since becoming Active Superintendent
Republican lawmakers “hurt their credibility” when they hype bogus conspiracy theories to distract from the investigation into Russia’s interference in the 2016 U.S. election.
The plan says “The State Is In Control” and that MPS Board Members and Officials have very limited power. This Intervention will target finances, student achievement and MPS ability to keep it’s accreditation
New pressure on so-called sanctuary cities. The Department of Justice is threatening to subpoena records in nearly two dozen states and cities if they don’t comply with the demands of ICE.
- Congresswoman Martha Roby defeated Bobby Bright in a landslide victory. You may remember Bobby Bright held this seat as a Democrat years ago.
- Attorney General Steve Marshall beat Troy King in the Attorney General runoff. King served as AG from 2004-2011.
- State Representative Will Ainsworth defeated PSC President Twinkle Cavanaugh. This race was extremely close but Ainsworth took it away in the end.
- Rick Pate defeated State Senator Gerald Dial in the Ag Commissioner runoff.
- Sarah Stewart defeated Supreme Court Justice Brad Mendheim for the Supreme Court Place One seat. Brad Mendheim hasn’t been on the bench long. He was appointed by Governor Ivey in early 2018.
- Christy Edwards defeated Michelle Thomason in their Court of Civil Appeals runoff.
- DA Chris McCool defeated Rich Anderson in the Court of Criminal Appeals runoff.
- Rep. Alvin Holmes, the longest serving member of the Alabama House of Representatives, was beaten by Kirk Hatcher by nearly 20 points.
- State Representative John Knight was again defeated by Coach David Burkette by a huge margin. John Knight was a very powerful legislator in the Democratic Party in the House.
- Baldwin County Commissioner Chris Elliot defeated David Northcutt for the Senate District 32 seat being vacated by Trip Pittman.
- Will Dismukes, a 28 year old businessman, defeated Autauga County Probate Judge Al Booth by one of the biggest margins of the night.
- State Senator Larry Stutts defeated Steve Lolley in his reelection bid for Senate District 6
- Randy Price defeated Mike Sparks in Senate District 13 seat being vacated by Gerald Dial.
- State Rep. Pebblin Warren was reelected by defeating Johnny Ford in the House District 82 seat.