The clean up to remove toxic chemicals from soil in North Birmingham yards is underway. But the big question is, once the clean-up is complete, what happens next? In this special report, Tiffany Westry tells us how people in North Birmingham are looking to another state for help.
The Birmingham Botanical Gardens reopened its conservatory Monday, which has been closed since April of 2011.
UPDATE: Branham was found safe in Nashville Monday night at the Nashville Rescue Mission.
A hearing in Washington D.C. has shed more light on the deadly crash of UPS Flight 1354, which killed two crew members on August 14, 2013.
The explosive politics of health care have divided the nation, but America’s governors, Republicans and Democrats alike, suggest that President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul is here to stay.
Due to extended coverage of golf on CBS Sunday afternoon, programming for Sunday evening has changed.
Back and better than ever after being destroyed by the April 27. 2011, tornadoes, the church formerly known as Alberta Church of God is read to debut its new look.
Firefighters are on the scene of a house fire at 3rd Place North and 12th Avenue North, which is near Tuggle Elementary School.
Action-packed new releases couldn’t stack up to 3-D hit “The Lego Movie,” which took the No. 1 slot in its third weekend at the box office.
It’s been nearly a year since retired University of Alabama librarian Kate Ragsdale’s body was discovered in her historic Highlands home.
It’s precision and control. It’s beauty masking strength. It’s grace masking pain.
A state lawmaker has proposed legislation to allow people older than 70 to withdraw from jury pools.
A fire left significant damage to a home on Center Street South in Birmingham Sunday morning.
Alabama lawmakers are proposing a multitude of school prayer and religious expression bills this session. Legislators say the bills are an effort to push efforts to squash all vestiges of religion from the public square.
It started with a $65 homebrewing kit and the nastiest batch of beer Jeremy Pate had ever tasted.
Someone is attacking animals in East Alabama. There have been three reports in three towns in three weeks time.
A Navy veteran is out of a job after removing a tattered American flag from the business where he worked. Rick Heilman says he removed the flag on Monday after reporting its poor condition to management.
A new piece of artwork is giving people a reason to drive down 18th Street South in downtown Birmingham.