More than 10,000 restaurants are teaming up with Wiltshire Oil Recycling to spearhead the effort.
A new program, Taxis on Patrol, equips and trains some taxi drivers in the Birmingham area with the tools needed to spot and report crimes.
The Kilgore House at the University of Alabama is set to be demolished on Tuesday.
Lamar County dairy farmer, Will Gilmer, was chosen as a winner of the Faces of Farming and Ranching competition. As a part of his prize, he received $5,000 to donate to a charity.
The RAMP program allows addition counties to take part in the Alabama Transportation Rehabilitation and Improvement Program (ATRIP), an initiative to improve roads statewide.
Students in Mrs. Dunbar’s class at Deer Valley Elementary have written and published a book called, “Silver, Gold and Amber.”
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT)– A tragic day on the roadways in Birmingham on May 11th.
One person is dead after a truck overturned while exiting… More »
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) – A local church put on a big time Mother’s Day surprise for a local mom. The happy moment brought back… More »
It was the perfect setting for a special celebration at an Alabama home for girls and some pigs.
HUNTSVILLE, Ala.– Two people are dead after a stand off with police Saturday morning. Huntsville police say the stand-off was a domestic situation. After… More »
The Dreams on Wings program gives ill children and their families a day to forget about the issues they’re dealing with and do something exciting –fly.
The Southwest Corridor Transit Study suggests several ways to improve mass transportation options in the Birmingham area.
It was a wild night in Tarrant! Bodies falling, punches flying and even a chair being throw. But’s it wasn’t a criminal act. It was all for a good cause.
CBS 42′s Melissa Crabtree shows us how the school district is helping classmates of the 6 year old Cullman boy who was killed get their this process of grieving.
CBS 42′s Kaitlin McCulley shares the journey of a damaged steeple from a Shelby County church all the way to a “wedding castle!”
Bryan Butts was arraigned in a Talladega County courtroom Friday morning.
Ludacris was in town to promote his new single “Raised In The South.”
Hundreds of women and some men gathered at the Wynfrey Hotel on Friday to fight heart disease on Friday.