The former Pelham High Assistant Principal will be in court Wednesday morning.
City leaders are asking a judge to make the owner of Good Friends Chinese & Seafood Restaurant turn in his passport so he’ll keep his April 22, 2014, court date.
UPDATE (x2): The name of pedestrian struck by a trolley on Tuesday afternoon has been released. Related: Trolley accident witness: ‘It was unreal’
The Oxford Police Department needs your help in identifying a suspect.
Trial is on hold for the man accused of opening fire inside a Tuscaloosa bar.
There is an ongoing investigation into a debit card theft and Tuscaloosa Police are asking for your help.
The Blount County DA’s office is offering a $10,000 reward for any information about the death of a retired school teacher. Rhonette Lyles, 77, was found dead inside her burning home in the Horton community on February 8th.
A scam we have told you about before is back in the area and this time it’s targeting local businesses.
Police in Birmingham are investigating an early morning shooting that left one woman with eye injuries.
A Cullman County man is behind bars in connection with the shooting death of a Blount County woman Sunday.
A Birmingham business owner facing serious charges will get a chance to plead his case to keep his business license.
Police in Birmingham are investigating a Saturday evening shooting in Wylam that left a 34-year-old man dead.
Sommer Wilford has been charged with “Reckless Murder”; but what constitutes that type of charge? CBS42 reached out to Shelby County’s Assistant District Attorney, Jill Lee, to explain what Reckless Murder means.
Two teenagers accused of throwing a brick off an interstate overpass and injuring a driver have pleaded guilty.
Sommer Wilford’s neighbors react to the news of the wreck and death of little Jayden Allen, early Friday morning. Related: Infant remains found in burning car, woman charged with reckless murder
Even those who protect us, sometimes need protection themselves. Hoover Police Chief Nick Derzis was attacked in his home on February 10th.
A former Cleburne County teacher and girls basketball coach who pleaded guilty to having sex with a student will have to spend another 7 months in prison.
A judge has denied Joyce Garrard’s request for a change of venue.