CBS42 recently found out that police have been putting a stop to the charity service, because the city’s food truck ordinance doesn’t allow food truck operators to give food to the hungry.
The Alabama Legislature has approved a bill to encourage adoptions by providing a one-time state tax credit of $1,000.
The body of a man who went missing in the Black Warrior River last Saturday was recovered Wednesday, according to Darrin Parris with the Alabama Marine Police.
Law enforcement in Jefferson County arrested a convicted sex offender who was found umpiring girls’ softball in Hueytown.
Luther Winn of Greenetrack was just one of the passionate speakers at Tuesday afternoon’s called meeting.
Vestavia Hills is now the first city in the state to process tag renewals for its residents.
Gov. Robert Bentley has signed legislation permitting the University of Alabama at Birmingham to do a study of a marijuana derivative to treat seizures.
“Enough is enough we’re tired of this and we’re going to take a stand and we’re going to scream it from the roof top that child abuse has to stop now,” Assistant Director Nancy Bryant said.
A brush fire in Morris spread from a homeowner’s backyard Tuesday prompting the response from multiple fire departments.
Birmingham police say one person was killed in a shooting Tuesday afternoon.
Administrators at two Gadsden area schools say they’re helping students cope with the loss of three children who died in a small plane crash in Colorado.
A bill banning abortions when a fetal heartbeat can be detected could pass before the Alabama Legislature wraps up its session next week, along with three other bills regulating abortions.
CBS42 viewers may have noticed our surroundings on the CBS42 News Desk look a little different than usual.
Blue ribbons are often used to signify autism awareness. New numbers estimate that one in 68 children in the United States have the disorder.
Republican Rep. Greg Wren of Montgomery has submitted his resignation from the Alabama Legislature after being charged with ethics violations.
A big ruling may change some of the standard features available in your next new car. Beginning in 2018, all new vehicles less than 10,000 pounds must be equipped with back-up cameras.
Having a college degree doesn’t guarantee you a high-paying job. About 260,000 graduates made at or below the federal minimum wage of $7.25 per hour in 2013, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
People in part of North Birmingham claim coke plants in the area have negatively impacted their health.