“The police will never know the results of the test, and we will never be able to link them to an individual,” Lacey said.
The Girl Scouts of North Central Alabama (GSNCA) voted unanimously on Wednesday to reconsider the three phase property plan approved in May 2012.
ABERNANT, Ala. (WIAT) – By the end of June, the Abernant Volunteer Fire Department will no longer respond to emergency calls. Fire officials… More »
Communities hit by April 2011 tornadoes are anticipating a second round of recovery funding. CBS 42′s Melissa Crabtree talks to folks in Cordova about an upcoming construction project.
CBS 42′s Kaitlin McCulley talks with the principal of Chelsea Middle School to find out how he and his staff are improving security, in light of the hostage situation that happened at the school in February.
According to Information Referral Specialist Dedra Lewis, they are running out of fans quickly, and even though they have more on the way, they want as many as possible for the long summer ahead.
A crowd of scouts and scout leaders rallied on Wednesday morning outside the headquarters for the Girl Scouts of North Central Alabama.
One witness, Christopher Davis, testified that officer Curtis Thornton and another man, Jason Arnold, tried to convince him to help set a fire.
Space One Eleven’s Summer Art camp is held for children in the second grade through the eighth grade.
The building is modeled after Carpenters’ Hall in Philadelphia, the building where the First Continental Congress met.
The $3.6 million expansion of the A-G Gaston will begin in August.
CBS42 has a crew on the scene and will provide updates as more information becomes available.
The popular cruise ship company, Carnival, spent millions of dollars on repairs after an engine fire in February caused the ship to spend a number of days adrift at sea.
According to documents obtained by CBS42, Sims, who was charged $100,000 for each kidnapping and $15,000 for a terrorist threat, was released on bond on June 6, 2013.
Beginning on Monday, June 17, people can make stops at three different locations to get some assistance with power bills.
Technicians there are working from 6 a.m. to 12 a.m. with 30-50 new calls a day.
Businesses in the eastern Alabama town of Weaver will soon be able to sell beer, wine and liquor on Sundays.
Officials from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development will present Governor Robert Bentley with a check for $49 million to be used to help local communities rebuild from damage caused by the April 27, 2011 tornadoes.