The American Cancer Society Relay for Life is today! This year’s event in Birmingham will benefit Hope Lodge, which provides housing for families with… More »
“Walked out my front door and I see this guy driving this little concrete machine crush down as the trailer he drove it off of, got hit by the train, “ Henry Copeland, a witness of the accident, said on Thursday. “Did quite a bit of damage, but real lucky this guy’s alive.”
Museum curators are collecting artifacts from Vulcan for a new exhibit called Vulcan Keepsakes.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — Birmingham Restaurant Week is still a few days away, but you can celebrate tonight! A preview party is tonight at… More »
Alabama ranked 46th on the list, meaning the state is not very happy when it comes to Twitter posts.
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Children in fourth grade through seventh grade are learning how to be prepared for emergencies.
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Each of the first 1,000 adults in the gates get a free jersey. There’s also fireworks after the game.
On Sunday, Crimson Tide fans will have the opportunity to take in an open practice at Bryant-Denny Stadium before Alabama’s annual Fan Day begins.
The campaign, called $5 Fun Days, offers a discounted $5 admission on August 3rd and 4th, August 10th and 11th and August 17th and 18th.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — The Alabama Sales Tax Holiday weekend is here!
Parents will pack the stores across the state, shopping for tax-exempt back-to-school… More »
The AG Gaston Boys and Girls Club is hosting its annual luncheon “Hats, Pearls and Gloves” Saturday, August 3rd at the Hyatt Regency –… More »
“Texting and driving puts yourself and everyone on the road in danger. It’s dangerous, and it’s against the law in Alabama. Over half a million people are injured and thousands die every year due to distracted driving.”
McNeil’s alleged attacked, Craig Lawson of Ontario, Canada, was scheduled to have a preliminary hearing Tuesday, it was postponed until September 3, 2013.
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Tuscaloosa County law enforcement officials joined forces on Monday to promote an anti-smurfing campaign.
The 12-week study will include various levels of exercise.