It was the second building that was hit and destroyed in Tuscaloosa on April 27th. In a matter of seconds, 78% of the Environmental Service Department’s fleet was rendered useless or destroyed at a time when they were needed the most. Today, they proudly unveiled their new facility almost three years to the day after the storm.
The Cullman County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help finding a missing 18-year-old boy.
The Continental Ballroom’s business license is up for revocation and it will go before the entire city council Tuesday.
Mashable, released what it calls a ‘heartbleed hit list’, detailing companies affected by the bug. That list includes Pinterest, Instagram, Flicker, Netflix, and Youtube.
Parents know first-hand getting your child to open up to you can be very challenging.
Congressman Spencer Bachus will retire at the end of his current term. Several candidates have their eyes on his position. Candidate took questions from Hoover High School students about everything, from healthcare, the economy, and even the legalization of marijuana.
The Gardendale Magnolia Festival is back for its thirteenth year, complete with a carnival, car show, and top notch food vendors.
The death of a five-year-old, because of a dog attack, is the motivation behind a proposed dog ordinance in St. Clair County.
Families visiting Railroad Park in downtown Birmingham get to explore PNC Bank’s mobile learning adventure.
The medical industry will continue to need workers, especially as the nation’s population grows older. Students in the Piedmont School System can learn to become certified nursing assistants.
The Department of Public Safety will pull the plug on computers and online services starting on Friday, April 25th, at 5 pm, until 8 am on Wednesday, April 30th.
Governor Robert Bentley has awarded $1.7 million in grants to the Alabama Department of Public Safety and to the Regional Traffic Safety Offices across the state.
Members of the Birmingham Bar Association helped teach students at Hudson K-8 school. They talked about how researching and writing are big parts of their jobs in the judicial system.
This week is Parental Alienation Prevention week. At Tuesday’s Baron’s game, bubbles of love will float through the air just after the National Anthem.
The public is invited to sit in as the Pelham Board of Education conducts interviews with several people who’ve applied to be the systems first superintendent.
A Russian delegation got a taste of southern hospitality in Tuscaloosa on Monday. The group visited the RISE school and the students put on a big show to welcome their guests.
Birmingham police say one person was shot on the 3100 block of Avenue D in Ensley Monday night.
Hoover City Schools attorney Donald Sweeney responded Monday to statements from State Superintendent Dr. Tommy Bice on the district’s choice to instill a fee-based bus system.