Friends of Kevin Turner are determined to climb one of the world’s highest mountains, just to show how much they care. On March 18th, they will climb Mount Kilimanjaro, in what they call “Climb for Kevin.”
Birmingham police say a 6-year-old kindergarten student brought a gun to school Monday.
Although questions have arisen recently concerning the safety of kratom usage in its pill form, the plant itself is quite common in areas of Southeast Asia. In fact, it has herbal roots. Related: What’s inside Kratom pills sold in Birmingham?
Justin James Clements, 17, was arrested Feb. 22 and charged one count of incest, two counts of first-degree rape and two counts of first-degree sodomy.
A Pell City man arrested on Feb. 19 admitted to five burglaries, according to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office.
An Alabama group that monitors radical organizations says right-wing extremism is on the decline in the United States.
An Alabama legislative committee has voted to ban abortion after a fetal heartbeat is detected — something that can happen as early as six weeks into a pregnancy.
The Gadsden City Council approved a resolution Tuesday to increase the mayor’s salary. The resolution will increase the mayor’s salary to $98,764.64.
Most of us aren’t saving as much money as we should. This week is “America Saves” week. A study from America Saves says 68% of Americans make more than they spend, but they are not saving enough for a rainy day.
Walker County is now home to a community storm shelter. Monday workers used a huge crane to place the first storm shelter on its concrete slab in the Thach community.
The wait in line for car tags will soon be shorter for residents of Jefferson County.
Nissan is recalling nearly 17,000 Frontier pick-up trucks.
Gov. Robert Bentley is serving as the state co-chair of the Appalachian Regional Commission for 2014.
Some Alabama lawmakers and animal lovers want to make sure that nonprofit spay and neuter clinics can continue to operate in the state.
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.