The provision requires companies with more than 50 employees to provide coverage or pay a $2,000 fine per worker.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) – Beginning Wednesday night, AAA-Alabama and wrecker services across the state will offer Tow-for-Life. The program provides free towing services to… More »
The annual migration of jellyfish along the Alabama portion of the Gulf Coast has arrived.
The Cullman City School Board named Dr. Doreen Griffeth as the district’s new superintendent on Wednesday morning.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) –The Moon River Canoe Launch will link up with 2 other launches as part of the Cahaba Blueway project and the… More »
The company says it is having a hard time paying debt with the revenue from its stores.
“We have minimal fire danger due to the rain so we’re okay with it. We cover all of our explosives with plastic and if necessary we shoot right through it,” said Neu.
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GADSDEN, Ala (WIAT) – It’s only been about four days since Etowah Co. Sheriff’s deputies raided the Center Stage event center and seized two… More »
Darrian Balongie is making the long trek from New York to San Diego to raise awareness and money for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in his hometown of Memphis.
“We understand what happened those last few minutes,” Vansant said. “To know that they were watching that fire build up and then it turned on them and came back. It’s frightening to even think about.”
Daniel Oravet, 24, is charged with prostitution in the second degree.
A fireworks ban went into effect in January.
Nineteen-year-old Jaylon Butler was arrested in Ensley, and 46-year-old Herman Lamb was arrested in North Birmingham.
After a nearly eight year process, the Alabaster City School System became official on Monday.
Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School’s Jumpstart Program has taken the students in and is providing them with a fun, learning environment.
After questioning 34-year-old Alexius Foster about his uncle’s murder, they released him.
A medical examiner from Jacksonville has testified for prosecutors that George Zimmerman’s injuries were insignificant.