Some wealthy families are hiring disabled tour guides to help them skip to the front of the line at Disney World.
Ammunition manufacturers are running at capacity to meet the demand.
CBS42′s Leigh Garner will have more on this story on CBS42 News at 6.
The American Diabetes Association will host its annual Tour de Cure in Birmingham on Saturday. The goal is to raise money for diabetes research, education and advocacy.
Alabama Governor Robert Bentley told chamber of commerce leaders Wednesday that a delay will give schools time to try to get off the failing list.
More than a hundred parents are fired up and anxious to hear the outcome of a vote that could send their children to a different school in the fall. The Birmingham School Board has a plan to shift elementary students from Jones Valley K-8 to the new school being built at Oxmoor Valley.
TALLADEGA, Ala. (WIAT) – It’s been 10 days and the family and friends of Nick Bower now know what happened to him. His body… More »
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (WIAT) – Veterans from Tuscaloosa’s VA Medical Center are playing mind games. Actually, they are playing a game that will hopefully… More »
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) – The April shooting death of a mother in Birmingham’s Gate City neighborhood led police to meet the community on foot… More »
We continue exclusive coverage of the increase in pet thefts. The most common victims: purebred dogs. CBS 42′s Melissa Crabtree reports, owners have to be extra vigilant to ensure their animals stay safe.
CBS 42′s Kaitlin McCulley explains why honey bees across the country are dying and what you can do to help keep them alive.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) – There are a number of smartphone applications that claim to put a stop to texting behind the wheel.
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“Only about 5 to 10 percent of breast cancer is inherited from the BRCA genes,” says Holt.
A look at the threat imposed by Colony Collapse Disorder.
UPDATE: According to Talladega County Deputy Coroner Larry Seals, the body that was found has been identified as that of Nicholas Bower.
In the Birmingham area, a Ride of Silence will be held in Homewood on Wednesday at 7 p.m. It will begin behind Cahaba Cycles on South 18th Street.
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On Tuesday afternoon, Craig Cagle, a band director at North Jefferson Middle School, was presented with the $1,000 check as a part of the One Class At A Time grant program.