The suspect stabbed a convenience store clerk several times at a store on Crescent Ridge Road on July 27.
CBS 42′s Kaitlin McCulley has the latest on Matt Pitt’s latest felony charge, including why supporters claim deputies violated his rights.
“It’s important for the public to work with us so we can really keep a good track of our sex offenders, where they are living,” Roper said. “The rules clearly state they cannot live within 2000 feet of a school or daycare or anything like that.”
William Golden, 19, was arrested and charged with capital murder in connection with the death of Justin Kindred.
Jennifer Collins McNeill is accused of having sex with a minor under the age of 16. She’s formally charged with sodomy and rape.
They are involved in an event, called “Ripple Effect”, which is hosted by the University of Alabama’s Community Service Center.
Parking for the fair is free, but the Men of St. Joseph will be taking donations for McNeil’s family.
Alabama had the second lowest unemployment rate in the Southeast in July.
Lyme disease is about 10 times more common than previously reported, health officials said Monday.
CBS 42′s Melissa Crabtree has reaction to the $3 million dollar windfall for Cordova after two long years of waiting on funding.
“Then, later on he said he would, ‘take my a** outside and do me in,’ or something to that effect.”
“I don’t think there’s anything wrong with it unless, you know, just depending on what they’re talking about of course,” Yashica Holloway said. “I wouldn’t want a teacher on here talking about anything inappropriate with my child.”
A Shelby County judge has issued a writ of arrest for Matt Pitt, a youth evangelist who started The Basement in 2004.
Low-income students who attend failing public schools are being hurt by a new Alabama law that gives tax credits to families that transfer their children to private schools, the Southern Poverty Law Center claimed Monday in a federal lawsuit.
The sales tax proposal passed unanimously Monday evening with an amendment. At least 35 percent of the new tax collected will be earmarked for public safety.
CBS 42′s Kaitlin McCulley explains what East Lake neighbors want from the Birmingham Airport Authority in light of the recent plane crash.
The university released a revised weapons policy on Friday covering possession of weapons on the campus by students, employees and visitors.
“The kids being in school, most people being at work, so you have less people in the apartments during the day than you would at night,” said Lt. Jason Hallman with the Homewood Fire Department.