Law enforcement in Cullman County arrested a suspect at gunpoint Sunday afternoon in connection with a shooting that left one dead in the Berlin community, according to Chief Mike Rainey with the Cullman County Sheriff’s Office.
A group of entrepreneurs are bound for Texas after a brief pit stop in Birmingham.
Whether it’s a medical problem, or something else every one of us probably knows a tough kid who is going through some hard times.
The man behind “The Cat in the Hat” was born, and Wilt Chamberlain scores 100 points in a single game! All this, including a White House visit 86 years in the making, and more in today’s “This Day in History”.
A woods fire in Bessemer broke out Sunday morning, threatening a nearby neighborhood.
Numerous fire departments responded to a large woods fire in Bessemer Sunday morning.
Two Alberta churches that were destroyed by the tornado that decimated that section of the city on April 27, 2011, have reopened their doors after being displaced for nearly three years.
Police in Birmingham are investigating a Saturday evening shooting in Wylam that left a 34-year-old man dead.
Kaye Emack knows the dangers of concussions firsthand. She watched her son, Carter, spend two weeks suffering from one recently.
About 60 middle school girls took part in this year’s “I Can Girls and Engineering Conference at Alabama Power Saturday.
Firefighters are out in West Birmingham, at the scene of an apartment fire on Tuscaloosa Avenue.
Charles Lindbergh’s son is kidnapped and three women are charged with witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts. All this and more in today’s “This Day in History”.
A look at some of the biggest stories you were talking about from February 23rd-March 1st. Related: PHOTOS: The Week in Headlines: Feb. 23-Mar. 1
A look at some of the biggest stories of the week, through photos!
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
Sherri Jackson sits down UNCF Scholarship Recipient: Rasheed Miles.