January 15, 2018

Governor Ivey Issues State of Emergency in Preparation for Winter Weather

MONTGOMERY – Governor Kay Ivey has issued a State of Emergency effective at 6:00 p.m. Monday for all Alabama counties in preparation for potential severe winter weather. The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for a large portion of Alabama in anticipation of snow, sleet and freezing
January 15, 2018

State of Emergency: Winter Weather

 
January 12, 2018

Religious Freedom Day

January 11, 2018

State Public Health Emergency: Influenza

 
January 11, 2018

Rare Disease Day

January 11, 2018

Human Trafficking Awareness Month

January 11, 2018

Digital Learning Day

Toyota-Mazda selects Alabama for $1.6 billion auto plant with 4,000 jobs</br><span style='color:#000000;font-size:75%;'>Project is a joint venture in North Alabama</span>
January 10, 2018

Toyota-Mazda selects Alabama for $1.6 billion auto plant with 4,000 jobs
Project is a joint venture in North Alabama

MONTGOMERY, Alabama — Governor Kay Ivey joined Toyota and Mazda leaders today to announce that the automakers have selected Huntsville, Alabama, as the site of their new joint-venture manufacturing plant. The new plant will have the capacity to build 300,000 vehicles annually, with production split evenly between two lines for
2018 State of the State Address
January 9, 2018

2018 State of the State Address

Watch: Governor Kay Ivey’s 2018 State of the State Address 2018 State of the State Governor Kay Ivey January 9, 2018 President Marsh, Speaker McCutcheon, members of the Alabama Legislature, Chief Justice Stuart, justices of the Alabama Supreme Court, distinguished guests – and my fellow Alabamians: As we begin the 2018
January 9, 2018

Governor Ivey Announces Kimber Manufacturing to Open Facility in Troy with 366 Jobs

MONTGOMERY – Governor Kay Ivey announced Tuesday that Kimber Manufacturing Inc., a leading U.S. firearms manufacturer, has finalized plans to open a production facility in Troy, where it will create 366 jobs and invest $38 million into the local economy over the next five years. “With talented Alabamians already manufacturing