Hosea Williams, left, who led a march in Selma, Ala., leaves the scene as state troopers break up the demonstration on what is known as Bloody Sunday on March 7, 1965. Behind him, at right, John Lewis of the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee is put on the ground by a trooper. Lewis suffered a possible skull fracture. Supporters of black voting rights organized a march from Selma to Montgomery to protest the killing of a demonstrator by a state trooper and to improve voter registration for blacks, who are discouraged to register. (AP Photo)

Selma honors anniversary of ‘Bloody Sunday’

Speakers at the annual commemoration of a key event in African Americans' fight for voting rights urged Congress to resurrect the requirement for many Deep South states to get federal approval of their election laws.…
TDIH Mar. 9th

This Day in History: March 9th

The Barbie doll is introduced and Notorious B.I.G. is murdered in Los Angeles. Plus Alabama adopts an official state song, find out all the details in this edition of, “This Day in History”.…
Earnest Gambrell

Family of Pell City man finally has closure

A Pell City man will finally be laid to rest after six years of no one knowing what happened to him. CBS42 spoke with his sister about finally having some closure.…
Jeffco cleanup

Residents taking clean-up initiatives into their own hands

Community pride is growing in Jefferson County despite budget cuts, which have impacted county services. Among the services impacted, roadside trash removal, but that isn’t stopping neighbors from rolling up their sleeves to ensure their communities are clean.…
TDIH Mar. 8th

This Day in History: March 8th

Volkswagen introduces the bus, and Ali and Frazier have the “Fight of the Century”. Plus we say goodbye to the originator or UA’s “Big Al” mascot, find out all the details in this edition of “This Day in History”.…
UPS Plane Crash

Airline warns pilots about runway after UPS crash

The nation's largest regional passenger airline told pilots to avoid landing on the runway where a UPS cargo jet crashed in Birmingham because an internal review following the accident concluded planes come "dangerously close" to nearby hills if even a few feet too low. …
Pepsi sign over Birmingham

Debate over new Pepsi sign continues

For years, drivers coming into Birmingham have been updated on the time and temperature, thanks to an electronic sign on top of the Two North Twentieth building. Now, they have a recommendation for a beverage.…
Mark Ingram fights hunger

Mark Ingram returns to Alabama for a good cause

A former Alabama football star is back in town and he's giving back to the community. CBS42 caught up with Heisman Trophy winner, Mark Ingram, as he helped fight hunger. …