Employees with Gadsden Etowah EMS Inc. are reportedly walking off the job, and they say they haven’t gotten paid in several weeks.
Five-year-old Tristan and his mom Carolyn Bell enjoyed a beautiful day on their front porch Friday, but it’s not because they had a choice.
In Walker County, a tense night of lightning and wind gusts gave way to a calm clear day. However, the storm didn’t leave the county unscathed.
UPDATE: Miles was taken into custody Friday afternoon and was placed in the Tuscaloosa County Jail without bond.
A state legislator is seeking a Senate floor showdown on his proposal to repeal the Common Core curriculum standards, an issue that has divided the state’s Republicans and sparked passionate debate over what the standards mean for Alabama classrooms.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, heart disease costs Americans more than $1 billion a year.
Breastfeeding moms in the area have a new ally called the Baby Café.
Alabama’s physician governor plans to sign legislation that places restrictions on teenagers using tanning salons.
Police in northeast Alabama say they’ve charged four Gadsden residents with capital murder in the gunshot killing of a Tuskegee man last month.
It’s no secret that men and women across the country experience trouble getting enough sleep. Many of them are using various types of sleep aids, such as Ambien.
The Food and Drug Administration is looking to revamp its system for regulating hundreds of over-the-counter drugs, saying the decades-old process is not flexible enough to keep pace with modern medical developments.
Oak Mountain State Park’s trails will be getting a bit of a facelift in the coming months thanks to a $60,000 grant awarded by Governor Robert Bentley.
A Northport podiatrist voluntarily surrendered his practice after multiple pharmacies issued complaints that he was writing bogus prescriptions.
Ena Park is a Montgomery businesswoman.
Due to power outages and storm damage, some schools around the area will be closed on Friday, Feb. 21st.
Alabama Power works to restore service around the area, after Thursday’s storms.
The CBS42 Tower Cam in Fayette watched the storm roll in and cause power outages in the city.
Ahead of the severe weather expected in Alabama, some storm sirens in Walker County are still not functioning. Related: MAP: Working tornado sirens in Walker Co.