Katie Muse took to the streets of Forestdale recently to meet with Michael Hannah who says the potholes near his home were horrendous.
There could be another tax-free holiday weekend in Alabama’s future.
Winter weather, and California’s severe drought, could drive up prices for some of your favorite grocery items.
A warning for parents using noise machines to help their babies sleep. Some of them may be too loud, increasing an infant’s risk for hearing loss.
When is the best time to book a flight in order to get the cheapest price?
Trial is on hold for the man accused of opening fire inside a Tuscaloosa bar.
UPDATE: Ross has been found, according to the Talladega Police Department.
There is an ongoing investigation into a debit card theft and Tuscaloosa Police are asking for your help.
The Blount County DA’s office is offering a $10,000 reward for any information about the death of a retired school teacher. Rhonette Lyles, 77, was found dead inside her burning home in the Horton community on February 8th.
People who work downtown will have some new scenery to check out this morning. Buffalo Rock has placed their new sign that is front and center to both the north and south sides of the Magic City.
A scam we have told you about before is back in the area and this time it’s targeting local businesses.
The Alabama House is set to debate four abortion bills Tuesday, including a “fetal heartbeat” measure that supporters and opponents agree will likely face an immediate court challenge if it becomes law – and in some ways that’s exactly what proponents want.
Joab Thomas, who served as president of the University of Alabama for seven years in the 1980s, died Monday at age 81, officials said
Blount County District Attorney Pamela Casey is asking for the publics help in finding the person responsible for the death of 77-year-old Rhonette Lyles.
Blount County investigators are close to figuring out who shot and killed two zebras in Oneonta.
Crystal Clowdus, a former teacher at Susan Moore High School, entered a guilty plea for inappropriate contact with a student.
Shaw Drive in Holt is typically quiet, but early Sunday morning Greg Donley heard a different loud boom next door where Lakendel Church and her mother live.
Police in Birmingham are investigating an early morning shooting that left one woman with eye injuries.