WBHM 2014 Fall Fund Drive

Fall 2014 Fund Drive

Thank you to everyone who contributed during the Fall 2014 Fund Drive helping us reach our goal of $250,000! You make the difference for public radio in North Central Alabama!

Governor Robert Bentley: Alabama's Republican Gubernatorial Candidate

Governor Robert Bentley: Alabama's Republican Gubernatorial Candidate

Incumbent Republican Governor Robert Bentley is running for re-election. He faces Democratic former U.S. Representative Parker Griffith on November 4th. WBHM's Sarah Delia caught up with Governor Bentley after a press conference in Birmingham last week to discuss his re-election campaign. He started off by describing his first term in office.

Bob Steward: Honoring a Legacy

Bob Steward: Honoring a Legacy

In a plaque unveiling at WBHM, the late Bob Steward was honored as one of the station's most distinguished volunteers.

Billboard: Hateful to Some, Free Speech for Others

Billboard: Hateful to Some, Free Speech for Others

This summer, a billboard appeared off I-20 on the way into Birmingham. It reads: Anti-racist is a code word for anti-white. To many quoted in the media, the billboard felt aggressive and hateful, especially in a city which recently celebrated 50 Years Forward, a reflection on how far the city has come since the Civil Rights Movement of the 60's. So is a billboard deemed hateful to some, considered speech? And if so, how is hateful speech protected under the First Amendment?

Parker Griffith: Alabama's Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate

Parker Griffith: Alabama's Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate

Parker Griffith is a former congressman and state law maker as well as a retired physician. He's also the Democratic gubernatorial candidate facing incumbent Governor Robert Bentley on November 4th. WBHM's Sarah Delia spoke with Griffith about his campaign.

John Archibald: Don't Despair about Political Corruption

John Archibald: Don't Despair about Political Corruption

Corruption seems to be gaining the spotlight in Alabama politics after being dormant for a few years. That's thanks to the indictment of Alabama House Speaker Mike Hubbard on 23 corruption charges. He's the latest in a long line of politicians wrapped up in corruption cases. But Alabama Media Group columnist John Archibald says don't despair.

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