A community in a Minnesota town comes together to help high five a little boy, battling cancer, into the record books.
During Third Friday, the restrooms of Forest Park and South Avondale merchants like Naked Art Gallery, Silvertron Café, Avondale Brewery, The Painted Shovel, etc… are turned into art installations by local artists. Learn more about the “Tour de Loo” here.
History teacher Andrew Reid was surprised when CBS42 showed up during lunchtime at McAdory Middle School.
Get the latest information on the 12th annual Alabaster CityFest here!
The Birmingham Zoo will open their brand new zip-line on Friday. Guests of all ages can soar 20 feet above the ground.
Pinson Valley High School’s theatre department is presenting “Hairspray” this weekend.
The Hueytown High School theatre department is performing “Big River: the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.”
The Oak Mountain Spring State Fair, featuring games, food, and exotic animals, starts Thursday.
If you’re looking for some family-friendly events for the weekend, check out the “Ultimate Fair” in Fairfield.
There are plans to build the city’s very first municipal and recreational facility, and the groundbreaking is Tuesday. The facility will be located at the former James A. Davis Middle School, between Hall Avenue and Clarendon Avenue.
Most will agree when you look good, you feel good; and when you feel good, you have a more positive outlook on life. Hard times come to everyone. Dealing with them often involves help from others.
They have been hard at work, planning and paying down their debt.
Friends and neighbors came together Saturday to remember 5-year-old John Harvard.
The sale opens to the public Friday morning at 9 am at the former JC Penney store at Century Plaza.
Amber Parsons is this week’s recipient of a $1,000 grant as a part of CBS42’s One Class At A Time grant program.
Homewood Police help to get many of the evacuated families into nearby shelters after the flooding Monday morning.
Did you know nearly 26 million Americans suffer from diabetes? It’s that shocking statistic that moved hundreds to ride in and volunteer at Saturday’s Tour de Cure.
Boutwell Auditorium was packed Saturday morning with many volunteers and even more patrons for Project Homeless Connect.