A look at the 2014 Alabama A-Day game.
A community in a Minnesota town comes together to help high five a little boy, battling cancer, into the record books.
In what is being described as one of the largest seizures of illegal spirits ever in Lowndes County, 200 gallons of moonshine has been collected by agents.
Easter is Sunday, but if you are thinking about getting your child a rabbit, you might want to stick to the chocolate kind.
Need something to do this weekend? Discover Birmingham’s Antwon Ervin fills you on a few events going on in the Magic City over the next few days.
CBS42′s Nic Gulas sits down with special guest Chris Griffin to talk about Liverpool, MLS Atlanta and soccer in the southeast
Get the latest information on the 12th annual Alabaster CityFest here!
There have been seven fires in the last two-and-a-half months or so and all are believed to have been intentionally set, according to Birmingham Fire Department Battalion Chief CW
Moody Crime Scene team and Police Chief are back out at the house where two men backed a truck up to an ATV and tried to steal it.
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.
Ford is celebrating the golden anniversary of its iconic Mustang by going back in time. It unveiled its new 2015 model from the top of the Empire State Building.
There is new help in the battle against smart phone thefts. Kill switches will be coming to smartphones next year.
It’s a position many have been in at one time or another, you’re out at night, and no one knows where you are, or when you’ll be home.
If you’re looking for some family-friendly events for the weekend, check out the “Ultimate Fair” in Fairfield.
According to kayak.com, Americans are searching out warm and sunny destinations for Memorial Day, and thinking internationally for summer. This year, the trend for Memorial Day is to head south of the border.