Paul Trammell was snowed in at work on Highway 280 Tuesday and Wednesday.
Sherri Jackson shares her story from what turned out to be a memorable and crazy few days.
The deadline for filing a claim for lots purchased at George Washington Carver Memorial Gardens is quickly approaching.
An early morning wreck in Jefferson County left one person dead, according to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office.
Barber Motorsports was buzzing Saturday with the sweet song of racing, but these aren’t multi-million dollar, well-oiled machines.
With a first name like “Trip,” an Alabama senator was bound to prompt jokes by pushing a bill mandating drug testing for legislators. But Sen. Trip Pittman says he’s serious.
When it comes to brain diseases, researchers tend to notice a specific, and currently irreversible trend: protein misfolding. It has been recognized in Parkinson’s and ALS, for example.
A suspicious package that briefly shut down parts of Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery contained only food.
Based on witness statements and physical evidence, investigators have since charged Roderick Dale Washington Jr. with capital murder with no bond.
The City of Birmingham, along with several other cities declared no vehicles would be towed after being abandoned on road ways during this week’s winter storm.
Sometimes a simple act of kindness can make a major impact on someone’s life.
The last couple of days were full of heroes and people who went the extra mile for another person in need.
As crews worked hard to make sure roads were clear and motorists began making their way back to their cars, members of the National Guard hit the roads to make sure things went smoothly and safely.
The Alabama Department of Revenue’s Motor Vehicle Division has granted an extension to the due date for January tag renewals until February 10.
The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office launched a death investigation Thursday after a body was found on Dewey Goodwin Road.
Jefferson County deputies are urging people who left their cars during Tuesday’s treacherous conditions to make their way back to their cars.
The Alabama Senate has voted to make bestiality a crime.
Gov. Robert Bentley says people shouldn’t be playing the blame game for the epic ice storm that caught Birmingham off guard, stranding motorists on interstates and students in schools.