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The board gave unanimous approval to initiate the project, which will ultimately result in a building with room for faculty offices, classrooms, multi-use rooms and laboratories.
Auburn's Board of Trustees will consider a proposal Friday for a new building that would house classrooms, faculty offices and other facilities for the College of Education.
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Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who was previously Alabama's junior senator, has resigned from his post as the nation's top law enforcement officer.
Republican Gov. Kay Ivey easily won her first full term as governor Tuesday night, sailing past her Democratic challenger Walt Maddox, the mayor of Tuscaloosa.
Rogers defeated Democratic challenger Mallory Hagan in the race for the 3rd Congressional District, which includes Auburn and Auburn University.
From the Ten Commandments to abortion: Here's what to know about the four constitutional amendments on the ballot
If you're going to vote on Tuesday, you'll also see four proposed constitutional amendments on your ballot. These ballot measures require a majority vote on Nov. 6 to be added to Alabama's already lengthy state constitution.
Former aerospace engineering chair's lawsuit against Auburn alleges widespread racial discrimination
The allegations of discrimination on the basis of race and national origin extend beyond just the College of Engineering. The suit alleges administrators in the provost’s office also engaged in discrimination against Majdalani.
Close to 116,000 people are registered as active or inactive voters. That number is an increase of nearly 6,000 registered voters over the number in September of this year, when only 110,082 people were on the rolls in Lee County.
We are the ones who will have to live the rest of our lives with decisions that are made today. No matter how you view politics, there are long-term, structural issues that need to be confronted today so that we still have an amazing country to grow old in.