A man is in the hospital recovering from a gunshot wound to the chest. The wound stems from a shooting between him and another individual. But police say it sounds like he’s to blame for starting the shooting that occurred in a West Birmingham gas station parking lot, early Monday morning.
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.
Sheriff’s office spokesman Randy Christian says deputies responded to reports of a shooting on the 100 block of Chalkville Manor Drive.
Blount County law enforcement and the coroner are battling the district attorney They’ve filed a lawsuit against the district attorney.
Birmingham Fire and Rescue Service confirms a large fire is ablaze behind Tuggle Elementary School.
Some parents of home-schooled children are supporting proposed legislation that would allow their kids to play competitive sports with public school students.
Police in Birmingham say three people were shot Tuesday evening near 3rd Street North and Graymont Avenue.
Search crews are now on their third day or looking for a missing man in the Black Warrior River.
ALDOT says the latest proposal will not reroute traffic down 11th Avenue North, because the city and the BJCC expressed concern.
The Plight of the Painted Dogs free event will be held at the Birmingham Zoo. It begins at 6:30 p.m.
Lakita Shameka Swinnie was given additional charges after her arrest for aggravated child abuse.
Alagasco has filed a motion asking a judge to condense the five separate suits against them into one.
Southwest Airlines spokeswoman Jenna Williamson says the airline has not used Runway 18 or Runway 36 for several months.
A former Childersburg City Councilwoman was sentenced to nearly three years in prison for bank fraud.
After efforts to repeal Common Core fell flat, a state senator on Tuesday urged lawmakers to let local school systems opt out of the education standards.
Police in Oxford are on the scene of a standoff, according to Lt. Owens with the Oxford Police Department.
The Senate voted 34-0 Tuesday night for the bill by Republican Sen. Paul Sanford of Huntsville. The bill now goes to the House.
A female was able to make it out of the fire safely, but 85-year-old Arthur McShan died in the blaze, according to the Jefferson County Coroner.