UPDATE: Highway 119 has officially been re-opened to the public. Shelby County School officials are now awaiting word from the Sheriff’s Office and Alagasco that it is safe to transfer students back to their normal schools.
The Sigma Kappa Delta English Honor Society will host a summer movies series at Jeff State Community College in Clanton, beginning April 11.
The defending Southern League Champions are back in town!
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A community is in mourning after a five year old is mauled to death by a pit bull. Tonight a close friend of the family spoke with CBS 42.
Rev Birmingham is the organization behind the ReadBox.
The Continental Ballroom in Birmingham is still planning to have a party on April 18, despite a shooting this past weekend.
Alabama public school students will soon take new standardized tests that gauge academic performance
Police say the suspect held up the CVS on Bessemer Road in Ensley on March 17.
Normally, those circumstances would be a headache for the 30 or more families who live down the road.
Summer produce season is coming fast, but only if the weather cooperates.
Rain may have slowed the start of the Legacy Credit Union $25,000 Pro Circuit Challenger at Pelham Raquet Club, but it certainly didn’t stop the show.
Cleaning crews, both volunteer and professional, are swarming all over the Chandalar neighborhood again Wednesday.
On Wednesday, Monique Hahn is realizing she’s got a lot of people who care about her – from friends to complete strangers.
Heavy rains that caused flooding and damage in parts of Jefferson County Monday also caused backups and overflows to sanitary sewers in the county, deputy director Daniel White confirmed.
The dog that killed a 5-year-old Riverside boy has been euthanized, according to Sheriff Bill Murray.
An elderly western Alabama man has pleaded guilty in the death of a former tenant, and will spend nearly 15 years on probation.