Republican House Rep. Will Dismukes is facing widespread calls to resign from his position within the state legislature as well.
Democrats and Republicans are both demanding Rep. Will Dismukes' resignation for attending an event honoring Nathan Bedford Forrest.
The late congressman and civil rights leader was honored during a memorial ceremony in Selma, Alabama, on Sunday.
A week-long revival event at Warrior Creek Missionary Baptist Church was shut down early after an attendee tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
Researchers also found another news species of prehistoric shark in Georgia.
The Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma was the scene of the Bloody Sunday civil rights march where the 80-year-old had his skull fractured by police.
Congressman John Lewis and about 600 other civil rights leaders were beaten and tear gassed by police on the Edmund Pettus Bridge on "Bloody Sunday," March 7, 1965.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends washing them after each use.
Tuberville, a former football coach, defeated Jeff Sessions in a contested runoff to clinch the Republican nomination.
Tommy Tuberville defeated former Attorney General Jeff Sessions in the GOP Alabama primary, having been heavily backed by the president.
Former Senator and Attorney General Jeff Sessions was defeated by Tommy Tuberville, who President Donald Trump staunchly supported, in the Alabama GOP primary.
"Some of you have reported that I slapped or hit him," Tommy Tuberville said in 2012. "You're dead wrong."
President Trump endorsed former football coach Tommy Tuberville ahead of Tuesday's runoff.
Lou Saban won two AFL Championships with the Buffalo Bills during a coaching career that spanned over 50 years.
"And he's great, Lou Saban, what a great job he's done," President Donald Trump said Monday, apparently referencing current Alabama football coach Nick Saban.
The president has thrown his weight behind Jeff Sessions' rival for the nomination, Tommy Tuberville, ahead of the primary vote.
Terry Willis started walking from his home in from Huntsville, Alabama, toward the Minnesota city on June 2 after seeing the widely shared video of Floyd's death.
A man from Tuscaloosa, Alabama who refused to wear a face mask recently died from the novel coronavirus. His family is using his story to urge others to wear a mask.
Coronavirus cases are surging across the nation as measures which were implemented to stem the spread are lifted.
"Unless there is some dramatic change, a week from today Tommy Tuberville is soon to be the junior senator from Alabama," a political consultant told Newsweek.
Shootings at three shopping malls in Alabama, Massachusetts and Ohio have left at least five people injured.
Ross Greenwood, a police officer in Mentone, Alabama, was placed on leave earlier this week after a citizen complaint was filed against him for posting "racist comments on his personal Facebook page."
According to the state's department of health, there were at least 1,758 newly reported cases as of Friday, June 3, topping a previous high of over 1,400, reported on June 28.
People around the nation are attending parties despite the continued risks of catching coronavirus during the ongoing epidemic.
Esiason, a former NFL quarterback, suggested players from prominent programs are testing positive for COVID-19 now so they could have a better advantage come November and December.
Trade winds blow dust from the Sahara westwards over the Atlantic every year.
Alabama health officials confirmed the state's highest single-day jump in cases of the novel coronavirus on Thursday, trailing a recent influx of new diagnoses reported since businesses started to reopen more than six weeks ago.
The dust cloud could bring sensational sunsets to states in the southeast.
The states where masks are currently optional include Texas, Florida, Arizona, North Carolina, South Carolina and Alabama
The top conference of college football is dealing with pressures from its own players and media—from College Station, Texas to Gainesville, Florida—about how to deal with statues, a state flag and fight songs that commemorate figures and traditions tied to slavery and the Civil War.