“So many of our babies are being shot down and killed in the streets of Birmingham, it’s just ridiculous.”
“We will be suing the state of Alabama for discrimination, denying our right to full and equal access as every other married couple – whether that be health insurance coverage, disability rights,” Todd said on Wednesday.
From snakes to scorpions there’s plenty of pests to worry about this summer.
CBS 42′s Kaitlin McCulley talks with a psychologist to try to understand what makes people snap and turn to violence.
On Thursday, testing centers across the nation will offer free HIV testing to anyone who asks to be tested.
On Tuesday, an alarm at the Springville Road facility brought officers out to investigate.
According to Alabama Attorney General Luther States, Tuesday’s U.S. Supreme Court decision cleared the way for Alabama’s new photo voter ID law to begin in 2014.
The Rocky Ridge Animal Clinic is offering vaccinations after being approached by a pet owner who wanted to make sure his dog was vaccinated before a hunting trip.
CBS 42′s Melissa Crabtree explains what led to a Hanceville police officer killing his K9 partner during a training exercise.
“This has turned into a jungle. What used to be weeds is now trees and it’s coming on over: snakes, turtles, frogs, lizards,” explains Vanessa Long Lewis of Midfield.
Alexius Foster, 34, is wanted for questioning in the death of George Foster, Jr.
Justin Jones, a 17-year-old, was arrested on Wednesday, according to his attorney Charles Salvagio.
Judge U.W. Clemon stood with representatives from the SCLC, NAACP and Bishop Calvin Woods.
A new study shows that many Alabamians are in favor of increased protections for gay and transgender residents, according to a release from the Alabama Stonewall Democrats.
New research by the National Resources Defense Council revealed that Alabama’s Gulf Coast is in good condition.
Researchers at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio say tubing with boat injuries are up 250 percent in the last two decades.
In the most recent fiscal year, the non-profit organization saw its operating loss more than double to $24 million.
Alabama will award nearly $7.3 million in grants to increase the number of children enrolled in its pre-kindergarten programs.