Truck pops trailer over car. Driver survives.
Police in Birmingham are investigating a Saturday evening shooting in Wylam that left a 34-year-old man dead.
Kaye Emack knows the dangers of concussions firsthand. She watched her son, Carter, spend two weeks suffering from one recently.
A look at some of the biggest stories you were talking about from February 23rd-March 1st. Related: PHOTOS: The Week in Headlines: Feb. 23-Mar. 1
The 1A Boys State Championship basketball tournament featured a familiar face, with the St. Jude Pirates looking to go back-to-back. Their opponent, however, was a new face on the block. The Parrish High School Tornadoes were making their first ever appearance in a state championship game.
Alabama is primed for the next big fire season that usually begins in March. And the cold weather we’ve had recently isn’t helping the situation.
There could soon be a change to your child’s school calendar. A bill removing restrictions on makeup days is moving through the legislature. It would change required instruction time from days, to hours.
There won’t be any more “springing forward” and “falling back” if one bill makes it into law. The bill would keep Alabama on Daylight Savings Time, year round.
Alabama offers mountains, beaches, and a lot of things in between. But the most visited attraction last year is truly out of this world.
Rescue crews race up a mountain in Huntsville, ready to save two people trapped at the bottom of a well. They had to drop more than 100 feet to even reach the men on Thursday.
Every day, about 141,000 vehicles pass along I-20/59 in Birmingham. Typically, Alabama ranks higher in traffic fatality rates than other states.
Federal regulators plan to make the most of out of production when it comes to poultry processing.
The Choice Bus helps students realize the difference in earning potential and accommodations of teens who graduate from high school and those who don’t.
Ashely Mac’s Cafe is collecting toys for foster children at their locations in Jefferson and Shelby Counties.
Paige Prine loves reading to her kindergarten students at Chelsea Park Elementary School.
The City of Tuscaloosa plans to install more red light cameras within the next month.
The Northern Beltline project is expected to take 30 years and billions of dollars to complete, and Phase One of the project began Thursday.
A woman accused of abandoning her newborn at DCH Regional Medical Center five months ago is back in jail and facing a chemical endangerment charge.