“I would actually drive a bus to school with my peers and then take them home that afternoon,” Snowden said.
Birmingham Mayor William Bell is far away from home. He’s a guest of the Mind And Life Institute in Kyoto, Japan.
CBS has announced Colbert will sit down with David Letterman on the Late Show on April 22.
Twenty juniors and seniors from 10 high schools across Alabama competed in the Ford AAA Student Auto Skills Competition Tuesday in Birmingham.
Alabama’s Splash Adventure promises a newly revamped experience for you and your family. In addition to a water park, non-water rides are coming back, including a new roller coaster and kid’s helicopter rides.
If you were one of the many people who rushed to get your tax return to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), your tax preparer may have asked you about health insurance.
Tornadoes ravaged Tuscaloosa on April 27, 2011. But what many of us forget is that another tornado hit the city just 12 days prior to that storm.
Air pollution in Asia could be changing weather patterns in the United States, according to a theory from a researcher at NASA.
It could be because you’re hungry. Researchers at Ohio State University found that married people who had low levels of blood sugar due to hunger tended to get angrier at their spouses.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) calls it a public health epidemic. So what can you do about it, and why is it so prevalent?
Cason Park, 25, was hit on Highway 82 in Oktibbeha County Sunday morning.
Homewood legislator Paul DeMarco so far has the fundraising in the crowded GOP primary for Alabama’s 6th Congressional District seat.
A number of new job opportunities will soon be available for people in Tuscaloosa County.
Volvo is designing a new inflatable car seat for parents on the go.
Jefferson County contractors have redirected most of the raw sewage flowing into a Hoover creek. It’s coming from a sewer line that was damaged in last week’s flooding.
Auburn has officially cancelled classes and suspended operations due to concerns over a handwritten threat discovered in a restroom on campus.
Former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin is scheduled to be in Alabama next week.
The developer went before the Irondale City Council to appeal the planning and zoning committee’s denial of that request.