The Birmingham branch of the NAACP is on a mission to make sure everyone gets the word. They’re calling it their Voter Photo ID Victory Project.
Experts say that doesn’t have to be a dream of yours. Rather, it’s something that is very attainable.
An Alabama Air National Guard unit has a new name to fit its role supporting the military’s special forces troops.
Mount Olive Baptist Church sustained roof and water damage last Monday.
The cleanup is over, but there are still plenty of questions about the spill’s long term health effects.
A Thorsby teacher facing several rape charges will wait another month before she heads to court.
In the inaugural Room for Improvement podcast, the CBS42 web team takes a look at the incredibly deep 2014 draft class. Plus they talk SEC quarterbacks including AJ McCarron and Johnny Manziel.
A Shelby County man is dead after an ATV accident late Saturday night.
Birmingham Fashion Week is still a week away, but visitors to the Birmingham Museum of Art got a sneak peak at some of the rising design stars Sunday.
St. Clair County coroner Dennis Russell tells CBS42 News that 87-year-old Charlie Hester was using a pole to push debris from around his dock when he fell into the lake.
Corey Garmon has a lot to celebrate as he gets ready to begin a new chapter in his life.
The new $60 million performing arts center to be constructed by the University of Alabama on the Bryce Hospital grounds is planned as a state-of-the-art venue for the Department of Theatre and Dance.
A neighborhood is stunned after police raid a house for drugs just a few blocks from a school. This all happened about an hour before school let out in Vestavia Hills. Now two men are in jail facing some very serious charges.
The Greek system at the University of Alabama has many traditions proudly touted by the member institutions.
Student leaders at the University of Alabama have approved a resolution supporting the full integration of the school’s fraternities and sororities.
Gov. Robert Bentley signed the education budget for the next fiscal year on Friday even though it did not include the 2 percent raise that he sought for teachers and school employees.
The cause of death for a Bibb County father whose body was found miles away from home has now been determined.
Monday’s flash flooding totaled many cars that were parked in low-lying areas. But, according to Clay Ingram with AAA Alabama, you may need to have your vehicle checked out even if it wasn’t completely submerged.