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.
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.
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”.
If you’re looking for a great deal on a prom gown you may want to check out Prompalooza this Saturday.
Aspirin is patented and a decision is made in the Dred Scott case. All this and more, in today’s “This Day in History”.
Technology continues to take on a greater role in our everyday lives. Nowhere is that more evident than in how we educate our children.
CBS42′s Katie Muse sits down with Brian Atkinson of Birmingham’s CommuteSmart.org.
The Hula-Hoop is patented, and the Boston Massacre sets in motion an American Revolution. All this, including the television debut of the Jackson 5, in today’s “This Day in History”.
Local charities need your help to make ends meet this year but you can get something out of it too, wine and food!
FDR told us “the only thing we have to fear is fear itself,” and John Lennon’s comments on religion spark outrage. All this, and “The Old Man and the Sea”, in today’s “This Day in History”.
Katie Muse took to the streets of Forestdale recently to meet with Michael Hannah who says the potholes near his home were horrendous.
UPDATE: Ross has been found, according to the Talladega Police Department.
People who work downtown will have some new scenery to check out this morning. Buffalo Rock has placed their new sign that is front and center to both the north and south sides of the Magic City.
This week’s eCo Savings Race update comes from the Morgan family.
Helen Keller meets her “Miracle Worker” and the very controversial “The Birth of a Nation” premiers. All this, including the adoption of a national anthem, and more in today’s “This Day in History”.
What’s better than a warm delicious stack of pancakes? How about a free warm delicious stack of pancakes!
On Monday, Noah’s Park Child Care in Alabaster, released balloons to honor 19-month-old Jayden Allen, who died last Friday.