So far in 2013, 46 percent of jobs in the oil and gas industry went to women.
The new additions to the center field concourse include the DRASH Scrapyard Bar, which is a beer and liquor bar, a beer garden, and Dreamland Big Daddy’s Barbecue Shack.
As a part of the Knapsacks for Kids campaign, members of Cullman First United Methodist Church are collecting various types of food to distribute to students from West Elementary.
Summer lunch programs for low-income students gearing up.
The inaugural NCAA Football Youth Clinic is set for June 15 at Municipal Park in Mobile.
MOUNTAIN BROOK, Ala. (WIAT) – A secret group of U.S. Soldiers played an important role during World War II which wasn’t revealed until decades… More »
“You know, it is Memorial Day, so we want to honor those who went before us and made it possible for us to be here,” Whitley explained.
Birmingham Police Department dispatch confirmed the shooting on Monday evening.
Alabama Democrats cried foul when Republicans pushed through a sweeping education law that will create new income tax credits to help some parents pay private school tuition.
Beef prices are on the rise. CBS 42′s Melissa Crabtree spoke with shoppers to find out if these higher prices will effect what they’re cooking out on the grill this Holiday.
MONTEVALLO, Ala. (WIAT) — Families are gathered at the Alabama National Cemetery for a bittersweet ceremony.
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In one area of Birmingham, a group of service men gathered at the Rainbow Viaduct, an overpass that connects Southside Birmingham with downtown Birmingham, to lay a wreath in honor of the 167th Infantry Division.
The program featured music from the Montevallo Community Chorale.
In Spanish Fort, a ceremony was held to commemorate the opening of the new Alabama State Veteran’s Cemetary.
The Alabama Gulf Coast Reef and Restoration Association says the ships will be a part of an artificial diving reef.
Instantly recognizable- “Taps” is one of the most somber, haunting songs associated with our nation. This Memorial Day weekend- we follow a local bugle player to a military memorial to learn about “Taps” and what it means to him.
The annual program has run for over a decade, and Monday’s event produced a large turnout.
About 50 people turned out for the sixth annual event that was held at the war memorial site in front of the Sumiton Community Center.