The forum will be held in the Richard Arrington Junior Auditorium of the Birmingham Public Library.
Is it a barbecue restaurant or nightclub? This isn’t the first time Archibald and Woodrow’s barbecue has had neighbors complaining about the noise at night.
The stabbings happened early Saturday at the Lakeview Country Club.
The company says 84 percent of people traveling during the holiday weekend will hit the road, traveling 50 miles or more from home.
There were about 30 arrests during the event.
Birmingham Police Chief A.C. Roper released a statement on Monday addressing the recent homicide investigations.
Rayah Easterling’s body was later found behind a convenience store in Hoover on Lorna Road on Sunday.
Samford University is opening its doors to families of children with special health care needs all week long as a part of its Camp Us event.
The fundamentals camp is for athletes of all ages, from beginners to advanced players.
People spent the day inside of UAB’s Rec Center participating in safe driving stimulators and lectures to learn ways to keep their focus on the road while behind the wheel.
Hostess is hoping success will be even sweeter the second time around.
The rhino, named Ethan, is at the Montgomery Zoo.
Two years after being destroyed by the April 27th tornadoes, the EastSide Baptist Church reopened their doors this past weekend.
Animal keepers from the National Zoo captured a red panda in a Washington neighborhood Monday after it went missing from its enclosure at the zoo.
Just before 6 a.m., members of the Birmingham Police Department found the woman’s body near East Lake Park.
Birmingham City Schools security and two school system employees went inside the old Banks Middle School building to inspect an area where hundreds of files containing student records were discovered by two residents.
Only 24 percent of those surveyed have enough savings to cover sixth months of expenses.
The Supreme Court has 11 cases, including the term’s highest profile matters, to resolve before the justices take off for summer vacations, teaching assignments and international travel. Included in those cases is the Voting Rights Act which directly affects Alabama.