Many families trapped in their homes by flood waters last week say it was the first time they had ever experienced such a thing.
A car accident on Interstate 59 near mile marker 83 caused multiple injuries Monday afternoon.
When we last caught up with the Riverbend Community in Moundville, they were anticipating that the flood waters from last week’s storms would recede towards the weekend and that they would go back to life on land.
Areas along Cahaba Valley Road are still littered with flood damaged cars, appliances, trashed carpets, decks and furniture. A nearby church parking lot is full of flood ruined items.
Center Point Elementary School is ready to move in to a new building just two years after a tornado destroyed the previous building.
The school year is almost over, but at Center Point Elementary School kids are just getting their first look at classrooms Monday.
Just days before his trial was supposed to begin, Brandon Levoy Davis pleaded guilty to two manslaughter charges Monday morning.
A two-month investigation by the West Alabama Narcotics Task Force led to the seizure of 4,500 packets of synthetic marijuana known as “Spice,” and over $550,000 in cash made from sales.
Each day a service will be held at Jasper’s First United Methodist Church. They’re scheduled to begin at 12:05 p.m. and lunch will be played after the service.
Tuscaloosa police responded to a home invasion call on Pinbrook Lane and found the homeowner holding 21-year-old Daniel Pearman at gunpoint.
Authorities looking for two men wanted on outstanding warrants discovered an active meth lab in the Sayre community. Deputies arrested three people on the scene.
As severe weather season approaches, it’s important to stay prepared. One thing that is highly useful in times of severe weather is a weather radio.
They have been hard at work, planning and paying down their debt.
The next informational meeting will be held Tuesday, April 15 at the Harriman Park Recreation Center.
The Jefferson County Department of Health is holding a public meeting that will allow those in attendance to speak.
You can find them at Five Points South West Library in Birmingham. They’ll be there from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m.
The Birmingham branch of the NAACP is on a mission to make sure everyone gets the word. They’re calling it their Voter Photo ID Victory Project.
Experts say that doesn’t have to be a dream of yours. Rather, it’s something that is very attainable.