Patrick Stallings, 33, is charged with Britini Champagne’s murder.
Police on the scene tell CBS42 construction crews doing some sort of trenching work on Georgia Road found what appeared to be remnants of a meth lab.
Jason Arnold, the Birmingham Police Officer accused of arson in 2012, has pleaded guilty to the crime.
After recently coming under fire for writing employees checks that were bouncing, the owner of an Etowah County Ambulance Service is now in the clear. The charges against Roger Stanmore have been dropped.
A typical traffic stop led to a big drug bust in Jefferson County.
So many families are being torn apart by drugs that a new program was created to help those affected get back on track.
Back in January, Dr. Zenko walked 6 miles in the ice and snow to operate on Army Veteran Tony Robinson. Today, Tony was able to walk out of the hospital for the first time.
A march from Selma leads to “Bloody Sunday” and Alexander Graham Bell patents the telephone. Plus the Beatles make their broadcast debut, find out all the details in this edition of, “This Day in History”.
UPDATE: Cullman Sheriff Mike Rainey tells CBS42 that the search and digging at the Vinemont home off County Road 1136 is now over. No evidence of Tabitha Franklin was discovered. Related: PHOTOS: Searching for Tabitha Franklin
Investigators are currently excavating around a home located on County Road 1136 in Cullman, looking for evidence in the disappearance of Tabitha Franklin.
Dennis Brown, Jr., 49, of Gadsden has been arrested and charged in connection to possession of child pornography.
If you’re looking for a great deal on a prom gown you may want to check out Prompalooza this Saturday.
It’s a sport that continues to grow in popularity around the area. Whether it’s moms looking to get in shape, or children who prefer non-team sports, tennis is something that many folks are enjoying these days.
UPDATE: The human remains found in Lake Logan Martin are male.
Attorneys for two defendants in a wrongful death lawsuit are asking to be removed from the case.
A woman’s death, that had originally prompted a homicide investigation, has now been ruled an accidental drug overdose.
There are big changes ahead for Birmingham’s public transportation system.
The outcry over abuse at the hands of male guards inside Tutwiler Prison for Women has sparked change.