Nine students from George Washington Carver High School were stranded during Alabama’s recent winter storm.
An herbal substance called Kratom is making its way into the Birmingham area.
Highway 31 through Hoover was a mess this time last Tuesday there were abandoned cars littering the side of the road and a lot of people desperately looking for warmth and eventually food. The employees of Jim ‘N Nick’s Bar-B-Q in Riverchase were there to accommodate them.
Gabriell Coleman confessed that she was not kidnapped, and that she had made the story up.
Rosa Parks’ courage is uniquely displayed at Troy University’s Montgomery campus.
Walk inside the Birmingham Police Department’s (BPD) headquarters and you’ll find a little museum that tells you the history of the BPD.
About 50 people rallied on the Statehouse steps in Montgomery to show their support for legislation limiting interest rates on payday and title loans.
Alabama House Republicans are pushing for the expansion of a program that lets high school students take job training classes at two-year colleges.
Many people are reeling from the news of Philip Seymour Hoffman’s death over the weekend.
Several million people will reduce their hours on the job or leave the workforce entirely because of incentives built into President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul, the Congressional Budget Office said Tuesday.
Two Birmingham businessmen have received six months jail sentences and paid $1.4 million in restitution for evading state tobacco taxes.
The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office says a body was found in a ditch on Warrior-Trafford Road Monday morning.
Civil Rights activist Rosa Parks is born, and Major League Baseball finally begins to induct Negro League players. All this and more in today’s special edition of, “This Day in History”.
Alabama legislators are returning to Montgomery after last week’s meeting schedule got interrupted by the winter storm.
There was some good news and bad news at the Leeds City Council meeting Monday night.
A former Ku Klux Klan leader has pleaded guilty for his role in a 2009 cross burning outside an Ozark neighborhood.
Steve Cozza is still haunted by the memories. Although he tried to save the life of someone who was burning alive, he says nothing could put out the gasoline-fueled blaze.
Former Lt. Gov. Jim Folsom Jr. said Monday that he’s not planning to run for lieutenant governor even though he filed paperwork creating a campaign committee for this year’s race.