A look at some of the biggest stories of the week, through photos!
The Supremes, Smokey Robinson, Marvin Gaye, and countless others, all of them part of the world famous Motown sound. A little of that motor city soul, came to Birmingham; bringing with it its unique blend of classical and popular music.
Alabama offers mountains, beaches, and a lot of things in between. But the most visited attraction last year is truly out of this world.
A look at movie times for the new film Son of God.
Are you the star during karaoke night? Or do you belt out the hits at traffic lights? If so, it’s time to display those golden pipes in public!
Southern celebrity chef Paula Deen is back, and she’s ready to get cooking. She plans to open a restaurant this summer at Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
The Alabama Tourism Department says the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville was Alabama’s most visited paid attraction in 2013.
Mark your calendars for a charity event to benefit, My Sister’s Closet at the YWCA, which gives prom gowns to local girls in need.
It’s known for making education fun for kids. And just like them, it’s ready to grow! The McWane Science Center is expanding!
Taco Bell is getting into the breakfast business. The company is rolling out a new breakfast menu nationwide, beginning March 27th.
In honor of Tuesday being “World Spay Day,” GBHS is offering to spay or neuter your pet for only $20.
Some Alabama lawmakers and animal lovers want to make sure that nonprofit spay and neuter clinics can continue to operate in the state.
The Birmingham Botanical Gardens reopened its conservatory Monday, which has been closed since April of 2011.
Action-packed new releases couldn’t stack up to 3-D hit “The Lego Movie,” which took the No. 1 slot in its third weekend at the box office.
A look at some of the biggest stories of the week, through photos.
Each year, the IRS releases the “Dirty Dozen” of tax scams to help you stay informed and safe during tax season. Here is this year’s list.
A look at some of the damage from around the area caused by Thursday’s storms.
CBS42′s Tiffany Westry went to Washington this week for the NTSB hearing on the UPS plane crash from August 2013.