After a roller coaster ride of temps this week. The weekend will be great.
For years, drivers coming into Birmingham have been updated on the time and temperature, thanks to an electronic sign on top of the Two North Twentieth building. Now, they have a recommendation for a beverage.
The search continues for information tied to the disappearance of Tabitha Franklin. Related: PHOTOS: Searching for Tabitha Franklin
Back in January, Dr. Zenko walked 6 miles in the ice and snow to operate on Army Veteran Tony Robinson. Today, Tony was able to walk out of the hospital for the first time.
Check out the full plans for Birmingham’s new transportation hub.
Saturday, March 15th, the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center is a holding a special conference to help young survivors’ in their particular stage of life.
Looking for something to do this Saturday? Why not sample around 100 different chili’s, and help The Exceptional Foundation at the same time!
A former Alabama football star is back in town and he’s giving back to the community. CBS42 caught up with Heisman Trophy winner, Mark Ingram, as he helped fight hunger.
Road crews will be working on two different stretches of road this weekend.
Patrick Stallings, 33, is charged with Britini Champagne’s murder.
Police on the scene tell CBS42 construction crews doing some sort of trenching work on Georgia Road found what appeared to be remnants of a meth lab.
Jason Arnold, the Birmingham Police Officer accused of arson in 2012, has pleaded guilty to the crime.
After recently coming under fire for writing employees checks that were bouncing, the owner of an Etowah County Ambulance Service is now in the clear. The charges against Roger Stanmore have been dropped.
A typical traffic stop led to a big drug bust in Jefferson County.
So many families are being torn apart by drugs that a new program was created to help those affected get back on track.
The full documentary from July 2011, documenting the storms that struck Central Alabama on April 27th, 2011.
A full schedule of events for the 2014 Bridge Crossing Jubilee in Selma.
A march from Selma leads to “Bloody Sunday” and Alexander Graham Bell patents the telephone. Plus the Beatles make their broadcast debut, find out all the details in this edition of, “This Day in History”.