“Well ever since I was 6 months pregnant, they were trying to get here,” Hughes laughs.
CBS 42′s Melissa Crabtree shows us how a traveling food truck is making healthier food options more available to people.
Chief A.C. Roper says they are searching for Anderson Lee, who is accused of posing as a family member and then stealing from a high end department store.
The Birmingham City Council has drafted a resolution asking the owners of ArrangementFinders.com to voluntarily take the billboard down.
The water will fall a couple of feet over a ledge into the team’s hot and cold tubs.
The Hunt Company says the oil was accidentally diverted into the river instead of going through a water processing area.
Since last May, Facebook users have been allowed to make, register and display their donor status on their Facebook page.
According to the CDC, a graphic and controversial anti-smoking campaign could be part of the reason smokers are quitting.
Splash Adventure Water Park in Bessemer is hosting the event.
The Seattle-based coffee chain will begin posting calorie counts on menu boards for drinks and pastries.
For the next two weeks, the students will take classes at Samford University and participate in a host of extracurricular activities.
CBS42’s Sherri Jackson joined the students at the Alabama Broadcasters Association Headquarters in Hoover on Tuesday.
Gov. Robert Bentley sent a letter to state agencies saying he plans to reinstate merit raises starting Jan. 1. State employees got their last merit raises and cost-of-living raises in late 2008. There have been none since then because the recession affected state tax collections.
The Tuscaloosa City Board of Education is scheduled to vote on the new policy on Tuesday evening at 6 p.m.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) issued the recall for the Nap Nanny and Nap Nanny Chill, is no longer in business.
“This is the first public hearing to start discussing whether a city school system for Pelham makes sense or doesn’t make sense,” Hayes said on Monday.
Supreme Court justices ruled 7-2 in favor of striking down the law.
A counterfeit scam is running rampant in Walker County. CBS 42′s Melissa Crabtree talks to one business owner who has already lost money because of this illegal currency crime.